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Dr John P. Mills

Melita, Clacton Road

Thorrington, Essex, CO78EY

07932008657

Drjpmills@gmail.com

Johnpmills.com 

John P. Mills, PhD, FHEA, CPsycholA long, thin rectangle to divide sections of the document

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Sport Integrity; Leadership and Coaching; Implicit Social Cognition; and Open Science.

EXPERIENCE

Erasmus University Rotterdam – Open Science Advisor

September 2023 -

University of Ulster - Honorary Fellow

August 2023 -

University of Essex — Lecturer in Sport and Performance Science

July 2017 - July 2023

University of Chichester — Senior Lecturer in Community Sport and Coaching

July 2015 - July 2017

Buckinghamshire New University — Associate Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science

September 2014 - July 2015

Anglia Ruskin University — Associate Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science

January 2014 - August 2014

Aberystwyth University — Teaching Fellow in Sport and Exercise Science

September 2012 - May 2013

Aberystwyth University — Associate Lecturer in Psychology

September 2011 - June 2012

Variety of Football Clubs (UK and US), Sports Organisations, and Schools — Various coaching (e.g., Colchester United, Ipswich Town, Major League Soccer, Chelmsford City, Penrhyncoch, Coggeshall Town) and teaching roles (e.g., Braintree College, Colchester Institute, Nayland Primary School)

September 2001 - September 2011

EDUCATION

University of Birmingham — PhD in Sport and Exercise Psychology

Awarded 2015

Thesis: Transformational leadership integrity: an investigation of coach social cognition

Advisor: Prof. Ian Boardley

University of Suffolk — BSc Hons Psychology and Early Childhood Studies

Awarded 2011

Thesis: Exploring the Role of Peer Leadership in Youth Sport

Advisor: Prof. Emma Bond

Contributions Internationally

Play Aid CIC (2020-Present)

Website: www.playaid.org

I am Co-Director of Play Aid CIC which is an international non-profit organisation using the power of play to enhance young people's health and wellbeing. The organisation works with a range of the world’s top esports teams, universities and colleges to facilitate the development of social connections and provide free psychological first and emergency aid training. Through our industry and academic partnerships, we have trained people from every continent and delivered over 3000 modules.

Society for Transparency, Openness, and Replication in Kinesiology (STORK): Founder and Past President (2018-present)

Website: www.storkinesiology.org

The Society for Transparency, Openness, and Replication in Kinesiology (STORK) provides a platform for kinesiologists, movement scientists, sport and exercise scientists, physical activity and health scientists to come together to improve methods and practices within our respective disciplines. STORK currently has over 200 paying members from around the world.

SportRxiv: Founder (2016-present)

Website: www.sportrxiv.org

SportRχiv is the first community-led and open access subject repository dedicated to sport, exercise, performance, and health research. As a repository, we appreciate the interdisciplinary nature of our respective fields and accept submissions from those working in all aspects of sport and exercise science (also known as kinesiology and movement science), sport and exercise studies, rehabilitation and therapy, through to theatre, dance, and performance studies. SportRxiv currently has over 450 submissions.

Contributions Locally

Developing Young People through Sport Group Lead (2019-2022)

Website: https://www.essex.ac.uk/departments/sport-rehabilitation-and-exercise-sciences/research/development-of-young-people-through-sport 

I founded the Developing Young People through Sport research group at the University of Essex; bringing together approximately 20 scholars from four three faculties. The group examined ways to (1) use recreational activities for positive individual and group-level outcomes, (2) develop effective training programmes, (3) facilitate optimal development environments, (4) train effective and efficacious coaches, mentors, and facilitators, and (5) improve the lives of disadvantaged and disengaged young people and youth at risk.

Sport Integrity Lab (2019-Present)

Website: https://twitter.com/integritylab_

I created the Sport Integrity lab primarily to showcase the work I, and my students, had conducted. Within the group, I currently supervise three PhD candidates (Two as Director of Studies) and the lab has graduated one PhD candidate, Two MSD candidates, six MSc candidates and a host of BSc project students.

Memberships

Member, American Psychological Society

2020-present

Member, Society for the Improvement of the Psychological Sciences

2018-present

Member, North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity

2018-present

Fellow, Higher Education Academy

2018-present

Member, Society for Transparency, Openness, and Replication in Kinesiology

2017-present

Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society

2017-present

Associate Fellow, Higher Education Academy

2014-2018

Accepted Grants and Contracts

Total as PI = 625,677.05/ Total Combined = 1,691,230.25

Movember Foundation, Social Connection Grant

£271,500.00 (PI)

2024-present

Movember Foundation, Social Connection Grant

£114,710.00 (PI)

2021-2023

World Anti-Doping Agency, Examining the Role of Personal Ethics in Athlete and Stakeholder Perceptions of Anti-Doping

£136,000.00 (PI)

2019-2023

Leverhulme Research Leadership Award, Competition and Competitiveness

£822,440.00 (Associate Fellow)

2020-2023

University of Essex Cross-Faculty PhD Studentship, Dance, Autism, and Communication: Exploring the Feasibility of a DanceBased Exergame within the Home and School Environments to Enhance Autistic Children’s Social Communication Skills

Value £80,000

 (PI)

2020-2023

Reva App Ltd, Banish Training Programme

 £3,000.00 (PI)  

2020-2021

The Norwich School

£4,500.00 (PI)

2020-2021

Global Challenges Research Fund, Enhancing Moral Character through Sport

£3,186.00 (PI)

2020-2021

Football Beyond Borders, Support in the development and piloting of a training programme to develop life skills

£1,226.00 (PI)

2018-2020

Rugby Football Union, Age Grade Rugby: Half Game Voluntary Role Out

£14,000.00 (Co-I)

2018-2020

British Academy, Under the radar: Examining Sub-National-level athlete’s attitudes towards prohibited forms of performance enhancement

£9,945.00 (PI)

2018-2020

Make it Happen, Attitudes towards higher education: An evaluation of the Jump Higher project

£5,728.00 (Co-I)

2018-2019

World Anti-Doping Agency, The effects of permitted forms of performance enhancement on determinants of doping in UK student-athletes

£87,000.00 (Co-I)

2016-2019

Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, Assessing and enhancing leaders’ value-centred behaviours to improve collegiality and citizenship

£10,000.00 (Co-I)

2013-2014

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

  1. Mills, J., Cumbers, L., Williams, S., Titley-Wall, H., & Mills, J. P. (2023). The effectiveness of mental health literacy interventions in young people: a meta-analysis. Mental Health Review Journal, 28(4), 386-395
  2. Paoletti, V., Mayglothling, T., & Mills, J. P. (2023). The impact of training environment on Tokyo Olympic athletes’ wellbeing: a qualitative multiple case study. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 54(4), 348-371.
  3. Mills, J.P., Williams, S., Cumbers, L., & Titly-Wall, H. (In press). The Effects of Adolescent Mental Health Literacy Interventions on Improving Knowledge and Beliefs around Mental Health Disorders: A Meta-Analysis. Mental Health Review Journal.
  4. Morris, P., Hope, E., Foulsham, T., & Mills, J.P. (2023). Exploring the Use of a Dance-Based Exergame to Enhance Autistic Children’s Social Communication Skills in the Home and School Environments: A Feasibility Study. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities. DOI: 10.1080/20473869.2023.2212985
  5. Morris, P., Hope, E., & Mills, J. P. (2023). Dancing Out for a Voice: a Narrative Review of the Literature Exploring Autism, Physical Activity and Dance. Body, Movement, and Dance in Psychotherapy
  6. Morris, P., Hope, E., & Mills, J. P. (2022). The non-fitness-related benefits of exergames for young individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder: A review. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 94,
  7. Morris, P., Foulsham, T., Hope, E., & Mills, J. P. (2021). Parent-reported social-communication changes in Children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 1-15
  8. Kolliari-Turner, A., Oliver, B., Lima, G., Mills, J. P., Wang, G., Pitsiladis, Y., & Guppy, F. M. (2021). Doping Practices in International Weightlifting: Analysis of sanctioned athletes/support personnel from 2008-2019 and retesting of samples from the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games. Sports Medicine, 7(1), 1-10.
  9. Mills, J. P., & Clements, K. (2021). Effective Sports Coaching: A Systematic Integrative Review. https://doi.org/10.31236/osf.io/yhj9g
  10. Ing, C., & Mills, J.P. (2021) Why Would You Referee? An {Auto} ethnographic Account of a Football Official. Communications in Kinesiology, 1 (2), https://doi.org/10.51224/cik.v1i2.35
  11. Jones, B., Mills, J. P., Hope, E., Moran, J., Leeder, T., & Hammond, A. (2021) Play more, Enjoy more, Keep Playing; Rugby is a simple Game" has been accepted for publication in International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 16(3),636-645.
  12. Morris, P., Hope, E., Foulsham, T., & Mills, J. P. (2021). Dance, Rhythm, and Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Scoping Study. The Arts in Psychotherapy.
  13. Morris, P., Hope, E., Foulsham, T., & Mills, J. P. (2021). The Effectiveness of Mirroring- and Rhythm-based interventions for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Systematic Review. Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
  14. Caldwell, A., Vigotsky, A., Lahart, I., Tenan, M., Radel, R., Mellor, D., . . . Boisgontier, M. (2020). Moving Sport and Exercise Science Forward: A Call for the Adoption of More Transparent Research Practices. Sports Medicine. doi:10.1007/s40279-019-01227-1
  15. Zenko, Z., Mills, J., & Steele, J. (2020). Communications in Kinesiology: A new open access journal from the Society for Transparency, Openness, and Replication in Kinesiology. Communications in Kinesiology, 1(1). doi:10.5526/cik.v1i1.26
  16. Mills, J. (2019). When the Managerial Merry-go-round Stops: A Case Study of how Disconfirming Episodes Affect the Identities of Expert Football Managers. The Psychologist-Manager Journal, 22(1), 46-64. doi:10.1037/mgr0000083
  17. Mills, J. P., Ing, C., Markham, T., & Guppy, F. (2018). It is Not Black and White: A Comparison of Skin Tone by Playing Position in the Premier League and English Football. International journal of Sports Science and Coaching. doi:10.1177/1747954117749747
  18. Boardley, I. D., Smith, A. L., Mills, J. P., Grix, J., Wynne, C., & Wilkins, L. (2018). Development of Moral Disengagement and Self-Regulatory Efficacy Assessments Relevant to Doping in Sport and Exercise. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 36, 57-70. doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2018.01.007
  19. Boardley, I., Smith, A. L., Mills, J. P., Grix, J., Wynne, C., & Wilkins, L. (2018). Development of Moral Disengagement and Self-Regulatory Efficacy Assessments Relevant to Doping in Sport and Exercise. doi:10.31236/osf.io/y8v4q
  20. Mills, J. P., & Ing, C. (2018). “Hey, look at me” An {auto}ethnographic account of experiencing ADHD symptoms within sport.. Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise. doi:10.1080/2159676X.2017.1405362
  21. Boardley, I. D., Smith, A. L., Mills, J. P., Grix, J., & Wynne, C. (2017). Empathic and Self-Regulatory Processes Governing Doping Behaviour. Frontiers in Psychology, 8. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01495
  22. Mills, J. P., & Boardley, I. D. (2017). Development and initial validation of an indirect measure of transformational leadership integrity. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 32, 34-46. doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2017.05.005
  23. Boardley, I., & Mills, J. P. (2017). Response to: Cruickshank and Collins (2017) ‘Response to Mills and Boardley “Advancing leadership in sport: time to ‘actually’ take off the blinkers?”’. SportRxiv. doi:10.17605/OSF.IO/U2ZD5
  24. Mills, J. P., & Boardley, I. D. (2017). Advancing Leadership in Sport: Time to ‘Actually’ Take the Blinkers Off?. Sports Medicine, 47(3), 565-570. doi:10.1007/s40279-016-0661-3
  25. Mills, J. P., & Boardley, I. D. (2016). Expert Premier League soccer managers’ use of transformational leadership behaviours and attitude towards sport integrity: An intrinsic case study. International journal of Sports Science and Coaching, 11(3), 382-394. doi:10.1177/1747954116645011
  26. Mills, J. P. (2015). An [AUTO]ethnographic account of constructing, deconstructing, and partially reconstructing a coaching identity. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 7(5), 606-619. doi:10.1080/2159676x.2015.1008804

Preprints / Manuscripts in Development

  1. Mills, J. P., & Clements, K. (in prep). Development and Initial Validation of the Youth Coaching Effectiveness Scale. Target Journal: Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
  2. Mikuzis, J, O’Gorman, R, & Mills, J.P. (In review). Conceptualising Moral Integrity: an analysis of 21 uses. Journal of Moral Psychology. https://psyarxiv.com/5hxua/download?format=pdf
  3. Foan, N., Hope, E., & Mills, J.P. (in review). An Exploration of the Role of Character in the Identification of Talent Across Tier One Rugby Nations. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise, and Health.
  4. Mills, J. P. (2020). Authentic Arseholes and the Problem with Transformational Leaders. doi:10.31234/osf.io/5zfcs

Peer-Reviewed Journal Abstracts

  1. Paoletti, V., Mayglothling, T., & Mills, J.P. (2022). Exploring the psychological well-being of Female Italian and British athletes in the build up to the Tokyo Olympics. FEPSAC, Padova, Italy.
  2. Norman, E., & Mills, J.P. (2022). Playing through Injury: Exploring the Reasons Why Athletes Put Themselves at Risk of Further Harm. FEPSAC, Padova, Italy.
  3. Mayglothling, T., Paoletti, V., & Mills, J.P. (2022).Exploring Athlete Welfare Pre and Post the Tokyo Olympics: A Qualitative Study. FEPSAC, Padova, Italy.
  4. Mikuzis, J, O’Gorman, R, & Mills, J.P. (In review). Conceptualising Moral Integrity: an analysis of 21 uses. FEPSAC, Padova, Italy.
  5. Morris, P., Hope, E., & Mills, J. P. (2022). Assessing The Feasibility And Initial Effectiveness Of Dance-Based Exergame For Enhancing Autistic Children’s Social-Communication Skills. FEPSAC, Padova, Italy.
  6. Clements, K., Freeman, P., & Mills, J.P. (2020). Development of the Youth Coaching Effectiveness Scale. The North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Vancouver, Canada
  7. Clements, K., Mills, J.P. (2020). A Longitudinal Examination of the Influence of Coaching Effectiveness on Youth Academy Footballers. The North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Vancouver, Canada.
  8. Lohse, K., Hill, C., Zenko, Z.,  Miramonti, A., & Mills, J.P. (2019) Workshop on open-science practices in kinesiology. NASPSPA
  9. Mills, J.P. (2019). The role of personal ethics in athlete and stakeholder perceptions of anti-doping. Society for the Improvement of Psychological Sciences
  10. Mills, J. P., Zenko, Z., & Boardley, I. (2018, June 20). SportRχiv Hackathon. In The North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. Denver, Colorado, US.
  11. Mills, J. P., & Boardley, I. (2018, June 20). Development and validation of indirect measures of athletes' attitudes towards controlled and uncontrolled forms of performance enhancement in sport. In The North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. Denver, Colorado, US.
  12. Mills, J. P., & Boardley, I. (2015, July 20). An auto ethnographic account of constructing, deconstructing, and reconstructing a coaching identity.. In 14th European Congress of Sport Psychology. Bern, Switzerland.
  13. Mills, J. P., & Boardley, I. (2015, July 20). Coach ethical virtues and integrity as predictors of amateur football participants sport commitment. In 14th European Congress of Sport Psychology. Bern, Switzerland
  14. Mills, J. P., & Boardley, I. (2015, December 16). Expert Premier League soccer managers' use of transformational leadership behaviours, and attitude towards sport integrity: An intrinsic case-study.. In British Psychological Society, Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology Conference, Leeds.. Leeds.
  15. Mills, J. P., Caliskan, G., & Winstanley, C. (2014, July 21). A retrospective exploration into the impact of career transitions on the identities of expert soccer managers. In International Congress of Applied Psychology. Paris.
  16. Mills, J. P. (2013, December 18). Measuring leaders’ implicit biases towards authentic and pseudo-transformational leadership values. In British Psychological Society, Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology Conference. Manchester.

Reports

  1. Chester, N., & Mills, J. (2023.). Final Report For WADA’s Social Science Research Grant Program.
  2. Nosek, B. A., Corker, K. S., Krall, T., Grasty, F. L., Brooks III, R. E., Mellor, D. T., ... & Mboa, T. (2020). NSF 19-501 Accelnet Proposal: Community of Open Scholarship Grassroots Networks (COSGN).

Books 

  1. Mills, J. (2019.). First-Time Sports Coach. Retrieved from https://www.amazon.co.uk/First-Time-Sports-Coach-John-Mills-ebook/dp/B07W984CNP

Book Chapters

  1. Mills, J. P., & Mayglothling, T. (2021). Values Based Coaching and the Coaches Role in Moral Development. In Essentials of Exercise and Sport Psychology: An Open Access Textbook.

Invited Talks and Media (n = 14)

2021

BBC Documentary (Academic Expert), Do Black Lives Still Matter?

2021

Yeovil Town FC (Invited Talk), Developing Team Working Skills

2021

Scouts Eye Network (Invited Talk), Understanding Biases in Scout Decision Making

2019

Café Scientifique (Invited Talk), Sport as a Dress Rehearsal for Life?

2019

California State University Bakersfield (Invited Talk),

2019

Nominated for an ACSM keynote session with Kristin Sanaini and Simine Vazire (rejected)

2018

Nominated for an ACSM keynote on Open Science (rejected)

2018

BBC World News (Interviewee), The Role of Skin Tone on Playing Position in Football (https://youtu.be/jMKn2mT23wM)

2018

ITV Anglia News (Interviewee), The Role of Skin Tone on Playing Position in Football (http://www.itv.com/news/anglia/update/2018-01-16/skin-colour-impacts-football-position-essex-study-finds/)

2018

The Times, The Role of Skin Tone on Playing Position in Football

2018

iNews, The Role of Skin Tone on Playing Position in Football

2018

BBC World Service (Interviewee), The Role of Skin Tone on Playing Position in Football

2018

BBC Newsday (Interviewee), The Role of Skin Tone on Playing Position in Football

2018

BBC Focus on Africa (Interviewee), The Role of Skin Tone on Playing Position in Football

Noteworthy Blog Posts

2017

2016

The Conversation, Ashes 2017: Why Underdog Status Could do England’s Cricket Team a Big Favour = 7,000 reads

Medium, How to Manage a Football Team = 20,000+ reads

Editorial Boards

2020-present

Editorial Board Member Science and Medicine in Football

2019-2023

Registered Reports in Kinesiology, Co-Editor in Chief

2019-2021

Section Editor, Communications in Kinesiology

2015-2017

Editorial Board, Frontiers

Ad-hoc Reviewer

Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. PLOS One. The Sport Psychologist. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sport. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. Frontiers in Psychology.

National and International Service

2020-present

Reviewer, Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

2019-present

Advisory board member, Sport and Exercise Science Replication Consortia, Technological University Dublin

2017-present

Executive Committee Member, STORK

2017-2018

President, STORK

2017-2019

Steering Board Chair, SportRxiv

2017-2017

Organising Committee Member, 5th International Conference on Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise

2012-2014

BASES, Social Media Editor

University and Department Service

2019-present

Cross Faculty Research Group Lead

2020-present

Open Science Working Group (Psychology)

2018-present

Research Committee Member

2018-2020

University Open Access Steering Group

2017-2019

Faculty Ethics Committee

2017-2019

Department Ethics Officer

2015-2017

BSc Coaching Programme Lead – University of Chichester

PhD Committee Service

2021

Ella Malloy (PhD), External Examiner (University of Birmingham)

2019

Katherine McCulloch (PhD), Internal Examiner

2018-2023

Marie Winter (PhD), Panel Chair

Research-based Degree Supervision

9 postgraduate research students

Kyran Clements, MSDo

2019-2020

Nick Foan, MSDo

2019-2020

Phoebe Morris, PhDo

2020-2023

Tristan Mayglothling, PhDo

2019-2026

Henry Titley-Wall, PhDo

2019-2026

Julius Mikuzis, PhDo

2019-2025

Emily Bell, MSDo

2019-2023

Alexandria Olton, WADA Funded PhD*+

2016-2018

Ali Simmons, Self-Funded PhD*+

2016-2018

* University of Birmingham O University of Essex + Withdrew

Master’s Thesis Supervision

8 MSc Project Students

Elizabeth Norman

2021-2022

Tuana Ugur

2021-2022

Maximillian Bergin

2021-2022

Viola Paoletti

2020-2021

Siyang Yu

2020-2021

Joel Connor-Saunders

2019-2020

Fraser Field

2018-2019

Darragh Grothier

2018-2019

Aisha Idowu

2018-2019

Colleen Leung

2017-2018

Charles Ing

2016-2017

Undergraduate Honours Thesis Supervision

25 Undergraduate Project Students (recorded)

Shea McGrath

2021-2022

Cameron Ishmail

2021-2022

Callum Burnett

2021-2022

Lok F Ho

2021-2022

Callum Stevens

2021-2022

Ronnie Swash

2021-2022

Sam Williams

2020-2021

Elizabeth Norman

2020-2021

Keir Tiani

2020-2021

Billy Hudson

2020-2021

Leo Tiffney

2020-2021

Estelle Handy

2020-2021

Harry Hughes

2019-2020

Abbie Parsons

2019-2020

Dylan Rose

2018-2019

+Kyran Clements

2018-2019

Emily Bell

2018-2019

Dimitris Hadjiconstaninou

2017-2018

Aaron Williams

2017-2018

Phillip Muyingo

2017-2018

Toheeb Tijani

2017-2018

Armani Singh

2017-2018

Daniel Thompson

2012-2013

Sarah Howells

2012-2013

Ellis Edwards

2012-2013

+ Denotes Dissertation of the Year winner

I didn’t record my students between 2014-2017

Teaching Activity

Modules Tutored and Lead (n = 28 [n = 12 as lead])

Please note, these are the modules where I have had a substantive contribution (>5 hours) rather than one off lectures.

Masterclasses in Coaching (Lead), MSc

2020-2023

Teaching and Learning Through Sport (Lead)

2019-2023

Talent Identification and Recruitment in Sport

2019-2023

Sport and Exercise Psychology

2018-2023

Introduction to Coaching

2017-2023

Professional Skills and Development 1

2017-2023

Research Methods in Sport and Exercise

2017-2023

Research Project

2017-2023

Applied techniques in sport and exercise psychology, MSc

2018-2023

Social psychology in sport and exercise (Lead), MSc

2018-2023

Cognitive Processes in Sport and Exercise Psychology, MSc

2018-2023

Professional Skills 2 (Lead)

2017-2021

Issues in Sport and Exercise Science

2018-2021

Sport and Performance Psychology

2017-2020

Performance Analysis

2019-2020

Professional practice in sport and exercise psychology

2019-2020

Sport and Performance Psychology

2017-2020

Psychology of Sports Coaching (Lead)

2017-2019

Research Methods 1 (Lead)

2015-2017

Research Methods 2 (Lead)

2015-2017

Psychological Profiling for Sport (Lead)

2013-2014

Sport and Exercise Psychology

2014-2014

Skills for the Sport and Exercise Scientist 1

2012-2013

Skill for the Sport and Exercise Scientist 2 (Lead)

2012-2013

Applied and Integrated Skills 2

2012-2013

Group Dynamics (Lead)

2012-2013

Foundations of Sport and Exercise (Lead)

2012-2013

Psychobiology and cognition (Lead)

2011-2012