The Psychology of Mountaineering

Members of HART and Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research (@LincsSpExPsych), Dr Trish Jackman and Rebecca Hawkins, together with Dr Lee Crust, Dr Christian Swann, and Dr Shaunna Burke, recently published a paper on the psychology of mountaineering in the Continue reading The Psychology of Mountaineering

New papers on the psychology of policing

Members of HART and Lincoln Sport and Exercise Psychology Research (LSEPR) have recently published two papers on the psychology of policing. The first paper, published in International Journal of Police Science & Management, led by Dr Patricia Jackman (LSEPR/HART) and Continue reading New papers on the psychology of policing

Research on gender & dance

Street dancer

HART associates, Dr Helen Clegg (University of Northampton) and Dr Helen Owton (The Open University), together with HART’s Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, have recently had published an article on ‘Attracting and retaining boys in dance’ published in the Journal of Dance Continue reading Research on gender & dance

Copenhagen Consensus: physical activity & ageing

older runner

HART researchers, Joanna Blackwell and Adam Evans, together with international colleagues representing nine countries and a variety of academic disciplines met in Snekkersten, Denmark, to reach evidence-based consensus about physical activity and older adults. It was recognised that the term Continue reading Copenhagen Consensus: physical activity & ageing

High-altitude Mountaineering Multi-disciplinary Research

esearch on high-altitude mountaineers and endurance

In recent years, members of MTOUGH and HART have been working in an exciting research collaboration in a multi-disciplinary and phenomenologically-oriented series of research projects on high-altitude mountaineering, involving in-depth interviews with élite mountaineers across the globe. From a sport Continue reading High-altitude Mountaineering Multi-disciplinary Research