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image of Calum ArthurDr Calum Arthur

In 2008 Calum gained his PhD from Bangor University in leadership, his PhD was funded by the Army Recruitment and Training Division. Calum’s research is broadly concerned with the psychology of elite performance with a specific focus on leadership and coaching. Calum has applied the psychological factors that underpin elite performance in a variety of contexts including, military, NHS, business, and sport.

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Dr James Bell

 

James completed his undergraduate degree in Applied Golf Management Studies at the University of Birmingham in 2005, where he also qualified as a fully licensed PGA Golf Coach. Since then James has gained an MSc in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Bangor University where he has just completed his studies for a Ph.D sponsored by the England and Wales Cricket Board. James is centrally involved in developing a Mental Toughness Training Programme for elite age group cricketers. In addition he has experience of working with athletes and coaches from a variety of other sports including Golf, Gymnastics, Sailing, Baseball and Gaelic Football.

Email: j.j.bell@bangor.ac.uk


Dr Emily Oliver

 

Having completed an undergraduate degree in Sport Science with Psychology in 2005, and a Masters in Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology in 2006, Emily completed a Ph.D. at Bangor University. Her research interests include self-talk, motivation (with particular reference to self-determination theory), and leadership. She was appointed as a Lecturer at Aberystwyth University in October 2009. She has presented at several international conferences and received funding / bursaries / research grants from the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, the North Wales NHS Research Grants Committee, the Higher Education Academy, and the European Social Fund.

Email: ejo@aber.ac.uk
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Lauren Mawn

Lauren obtained a BSc (hons) in Psychology from Queen’s University Belfast, a MSc in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Bangor University, and is currently studying for a Ph.D. in Leadership also in Bangor. Lauren’s main interest is performance with a focus on leadership, motivation and the integration of research with applied interventions.  Other broad interest areas include: mental skills and performance strategies; coaching; injury; and athlete development. Lauren has experience in business management and has carried out applied work with the GB Telemark ski team, Bangor F.C. youth academy, and individual athletes in a variety of disciplines (e.g., karate and weightlifting).

Email: l.mawn@bangor.ac.uk
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