Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Centre for Sport and Exercise Science"
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AKBARI, Hakimeh, ABDOLI, Behroz, SHAFIZADEHKENARI, Mohsen, KHALAJI, Hasan, HAJIHOSSEINI, Samaneh and ZIAEE, Vahid (2009). The effect of traditional games in fundamental motor skill development in 7-9 year old boys. Iranian Journal of Pediatrics, 19 (2), 123-129.
COPE, Edward, HARVEY, Stephen and KIRK, David (2014). Reflections on using visual research methods in sports coaching. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. (In Press)
COPELAND, Robert, CRANK, Helen, LYONS, Nicholas Matthew and GIBSON, Debra (2012). Be active: a community based approach to promoting physical activity in overweight individuals. Project Report. SHU. (In Press)
EVES, F. F., SCOTT, E. J., HOPPE, R. and FRENCH, D. P. (2007). Using the affective priming paradigm to explore the attitudes underlying walking behaviour. British journal of health psychology, 12 (4), p. 571.
FIELDING-LLOYD, Beth and MEÂN, Lindsey J. (2008). Standards and separatism: the discursive construction of gender in English soccer coach education. Sex Roles, 58 (1-2), 24-39.
FIELDING‐LLOYD, Beth and MEÂN, Lindsey (2011). ‘I don't think I can catch it’: women, confidence and responsibility in football coach education. Soccer and Society, 12 (3), 345-364.
FLETCHER, David, RUMBOLD, James, TESTER, Robert and COOMBES, Matthew (2011). Sport psychologists’ experiences of organizational stressors. The Sport Psychologist, 25 (3), 363-381.
FLINT, Stuart, HUDSON, Joanne and LAVALLEE, David (2013). Counter-conditioning as an intervention to modify anti-fat attitudes. Health Psychology Research, 1 (2).
HIND, D., SCOTT, E. J., COPELAND, R., BRECKON, J., CRANK, H., WALTERS, S. J., BRAZIER, J. E., NICHOLL, J., COOPER, C. and GOYDER, E. (2010). A randomised controlled trial and cost-effectiveness evaluation of "booster" interventions to sustain increases in physical activity in middle-aged adults in deprived urban neighbourhoods. BMC Public Health, 10 (3).
HOPKINS, Mark, GIBBONS, Catherine, CAUDWELL, Phillipa, WEBB, Dominic-Luc, HELLSTRÖM, Per M, NÄSLUND, Erik, BLUNDELL, John E and FINLAYSON, Graham (2014). Fasting leptin is a metabolic determinant of food reward in overweight and obese individuals during chronic aerobic exercise training. International Journal of Endocrinology, 2014.
OLIVER, Emily and FLINT, Stuart (2013). A new approach to regulation of body-image discrepancies: examining associations between self-talk and personality. In: Psychology Serving Humanity: Science. (In Press)
RUMBOLD, James, FLETCHER, David and DANIELS, Kevin (2012). A systematic review of stress management interventions with sport performers. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, 1 (3), 173-193.
SCOTT, E. J., EVES, F. F., FRENCH, D. P. and HOPPE, R. (2007). The theory of planned behaviour predicts self-reports of walking, but does not predict step count. British journal of health psychology, 12 (4), p. 601.
SHAFIZADEHKENARI, Mohsen, ABOLFAZLI, Roya and PLATT, Geoffrey K. (2012). Effect of visual force biofeedback on balance control in people with Multiple Sclerosis- a Pilot Quasi-experimental study. Journal of Physical Therapy, 6 (1), 21-27.
SHAFIZADEHKENARI, Mohsen and GRAY, Shirley (2011). Development of a behavioural assessment system for achievement motivation in soccer matches. Journal of quantitative analysis in sports, 7 (3).
SHAFIZADEHKENARI, Mohsen and MEHDIZADEH, Mahiar (2009). Relationship between maternal distress with fetus growth rate: mediator role of heart rate. Journal of Applied Sciences, 9 (1), 193-196.
SHAFIZADEHKENARI, Mohsen and TAYLOR, Marc (2013). Performance Consistency of International Soccer Teams in Euro 2012: a Time Series Analysis. Journal of Human Kinetics, 38, 169-177.
SLACK, Liam, BUTT, Joanne, MAYNARD, Ian and OLUSOGA, Peter (2014). Understanding mental toughness in elite football officiating : perceptions of English Premier League referees. Sport and exercise psychology review, 10 (1), 4-24.