Marie Stopforth

Marie Stopforth
University of Portsmouth

PhD

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Recent years have seen an interesting process of dialogue and interaction between coaching and positive psychology. On the one hand, coaching practitioners have expanded their repertoire by applying positive psychology in their practice. From the other direction, positive psychology has embraced coaching as a way of delivering and applying its insi...
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Behavioural routines have been exhibited in a variety of closed self-paced skills. However, Cohn (1990, The Sport Psychologist, 4, 301-312) suggested that more open, externally-paced sporting skills may also benefit from behavioural routines. Consultants have reported developing pre-delivery routines within the externally-paced skill of cricket bat...
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Previous research highlighted that golfers exhibited different behavioural routines for different shots (Cotterill et al., 2014). Authors suggested that golfers use different strategies depending upon the task demands. Therefore, this study aims to establish whether different behavioural routines are exhibited when receiving deliveries from differe...
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Pre performance routines have been widely researched within closed self-paced skills, with behavioural consistently being highlighted as highly important within elite athlete populations. Cohn (1990, The Sport Psychologist, 4, 301-312) suggested that pre-performance routines could also benefit athletes in more open, externally paced, anticipation-b...
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Aim: The effect of color on physiological parameters appears well documented. However, methodological weaknesses and limitations to practical application suggest it to be substantially under researched with regard to physical performance. The aim of this study was to consider the effects of red, blue and clear (control) colored lens glasses on a m...
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Mobile learning has increasingly become interwoven into the fabric of learning and teaching in the United Kingdom higher education sector, and as technological issues become addressed, this phenomena has accelerated. The aim of the study was to examine whether learning using a mobile learning device (Samsung NC10 Netbook) loaded with interactive ex...
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Previous research has considered the perceptions of athletes towards gender of coach and strength and conditioning coach. However, to date there appears little research considering the perceptions of clients towards gender of personal trainer. The purpose of this study was to investigate male and females perceptions of same-or opposite-gender perso...
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Introduction The art, or skill, of teaching often breaks down at the point of transferring the information from the teacher to the pupil. Varying methods of teaching dance have been used, such as a Movement-Based approach (Marx, 2009): Student-Centred Approach (McCarthy-Brown 2009) and Kinaesthesis method (Geber & Wilson, 2010), yet neither of thes...
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This study examined the team-serving attributional bias (TSAB), and moderators of this bias, in sports team players. The authors predicted that, in line with a motivational explanation for TSABs, members of successful teams would make more internal, stable, and controllable attributions than would members of unsuccessful teams, but only after an im...

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