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Jamie joined the University of Bath as a Teaching Fellow in November 2016. Following completion of his MSc in Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology at Bangor University, Jamie worked as a sport psychology consultant in a variety of sporting environments supporting athletes involved at all levels of sport ranging from international swimmers and football academies to regional rugby clubs and recreational distance runners. Alongside his consultancy work, Jamie attained his PGCE and taught Sport and Physical Education in a sixth form college and was an associate lecturer of the University of Brighton, leading and delivering degree level programmes.
Since joining the University of Bath Jamie has taught units on achieving sporting expertise, applied sport and exercise psychology and research methods.
Since joining the University of Bath Jamie has enrolled on a PhD within the Department of Psychology to investigate the prevalence and experience of eating disorders in elite male athletes. In addition to his thesis topic, Jamie’s other research interests include psychological responses to the elite performance environment, contributing factors to successful team performance and the concept of psychological momentum in sport.
- Eating disorders within elite level sport
- Clinical and abnormal psychology associated with elite level sport
- Contributors to successful team performance
- Effective coaching and skill acquisition
- Psychological momentum and flow
Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology, Master of Science, Bangor University
Sport Psychology, Bachelor of Science, University of South Wales
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article