Existentialism and a Department of Methodology for self-development and sport performance improvement
Does incorporating the fundamentals of existentialism – encouraging people to build their lives with purpose and passion – with the Department of Methodology bringing together the work of multi-disciplinary teams result in better performance?
Exploring mechanical doping in cycling, testing for machines and technological fraud regulations.
The “mental illness is like any other illness” trope may inflate stigma rather than reduce it.
Bringing character strengths into the world like integrity, honesty, hope, more humanity, fairness and courage.
Interventions to increase the consistency and quality of exercise provision for people being managed conservatively with intermittent claudication due to peripheral artery disease
This study will develop and test interventions to enhance the exercise provision for people with peripheral artery disease.
Research agendas spanning psychology and neuroscience converge on the idea that engagement in an activity decreases as a function of time between intention and planned behaviour.