Sport and Excercise Psychology

Cognitive and Emotional Factors Related to Intrusive Mental Imagery

Domonique Doyle, Dr. Geoff Lovell and Dr. John Parker - University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia.

Time to complete - 5 minutes.
Jun
27
2016

Research project examining how cognitive and emotional factors are related to intrusive mental imagery. Please help me if you are >18 years of age and if you have completed ANY level of sport in your life at all.

Social Support and Stress within Team Athletes

Jamie Gillman, Martin Turner, Matthew Slater and Jamie Barker - University of Staffordshire, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Jun
1
2016

This research is interested in examining the effects of social support on stress within team sport athletes.

Examining the Factors Influencing Exercise Participation Among Men

Dr Michael Lewis - University of Leicester, UK.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Mar
8
2016

Sport and exercise psychology study requiring male participants, aged 18 or over, who participate in structured exercise or sport at least twice per week. The study aims to understand the factors influencing exercise participation among men.

Examination of the Broaden-and-Build Theory of Positive Emotions in Sport

Mark A. Thompson - University of Hull, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Aug
24
2015

This study examines the Broaden-and-Build theory of Positive Emotions through use of some short questionnaires that are completed twice: once now, and again 6 months later. All participants must be aged 16+ (16-17 year olds require parental permission) and take part in sport.

Psychological Investigation of People’s Involvement in Recreational Activities

Alexandra MacGregor, Professor Tim Woodman and Professor Lew Hardy - Bangor University, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Apr
13
2014

This study is a psychological investigating of people’s involvement in recreational activities. I am looking to recruit people who do not currently participate in sport or physical activity as well as people currently involved in sport or physical activity.

Stepping Up To The Plate: The Relationship Between Sports Participation and Personality

Liam Nisbet - Universit of Strathclyde, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Mar
5
2014

I am looking to recruit those who participate in sports of any kind and also those who do not currently participate in sports. All responses made are anonymous and the researcher cannot identify the participant in anyway from the information they provide.

Coping Strategies and Mood Disturbance in Injured Athletes.

Ryan Lawty - Loughborough University, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Feb
2
2014

The study is investigating the ways in which athletes, of any level, cope following an injury, and whether how individuals cope influences the amount of depressive mood they experience.

Assessing the Relationship Between Self Structure and Mental Toughnes

Jennifer Meggs Bsc and Dr. Jim Golby - Teesside University, Middlesbrough
Aug
5
2010

The current research study is assessing the relationship between self structure and mental toughness. Takes 10 minutes to complete.

Optimism, Self-efficacy and Coping: Do these Factors Predict the Efficacy of Implementation Intentions within the Context of Physical Activity?

Joanne Cummings and Dr. Madeleine Grealy - University of Strathclyde
Apr
8
2010

This study is exploring factors that are associated with physical activity participation. To take part you must have intention to increase your activity and be free from any medical issues that prevent activity participation.

Retirement from Professional Rugby Union

Claire-Marie Roberts - University of Glamorgan
Aug
18
2008

This study is assessing the cognitive, emotional and behavioural consequences of retirement from professional rugby union

Perception of Head Injuries in Sport

Mareen Weber and Martin G. Edwards - University of Birmingham
Jun
8
2008

This study investigates what people know about sport concussions and how this knowledge might influence personal well-being and recovery following a sports injury. approx. duration: 15-20 min.

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