Existential & informal learning: talented youth athletes

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Over the past two years, a ground-breaking European-funded project, Learn2, has been taking place to investigate the role of existential and informal learning in the lives of young, talented, pre-elite athletes in Finland. The international, multi-disciplinary research team was led Continue reading Existential & informal learning: talented youth athletes

Annual HART seminar

As part of the School of Sport & Exercise Science Seminar Series, postgraduate research students in HART presented their doctoral research at the initial seminar in the annual series. In addition to HART’s Joanna Blackwell and Georgia Clay, we were Continue reading Annual HART seminar

Publications success for Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Team

The end of 2020 coincided with a series of publication successes for members of Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research and HART. Dr Matthew Bird, along with Eadie Simons and Dr Patricia Jackman, recently published a paper that examined mental toughness, sport-related well-being, and Continue reading Publications success for Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Team

Welcome to Prof Tatiana Ryba

We are delighted to welcome Professor Tatiana V. Ryba as an Associate Member. Tatiana is a professor of sport psychology, currently holding research and teaching posts in the Department of Psychology and the Methodology Centre for Human Sciences at the University Continue reading Welcome to Prof Tatiana Ryba

International research on pre-elite youth sport

HART researchers, led by Dr Noora Ronkainen of the University of Jyväskylä and HART associate, in conjunction with Dr Tatiana Ryba (Jyväskylä) and Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson (Lincoln), have been undertaking research, based in Finland, on the lives of pre-elite youth Continue reading International research on pre-elite youth sport