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PhD Sport Psychology (Glamorgan University)
MSc Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology (Bangor University)
BSc (Hons)Sport and Exercise Science-Psychology (Liverpool John Moores University)


Module leader SR2S127 Developing Expertise in Motor Behaviour


Peer reviewed publications:
Mullen, R., Faull, A., Jones, E. S., & Kingston, K. (2012). Attentional focus and performance anxiety: effects on simulated race-driving performance and heart rate variability. Front Psychology, 3: 426

Conference Publications:
Jones, E. S., Faull, A., Mullen, R. (2011). The Neophyte practitioner: Reflective practice as a tool for Sport Psychology Consultation Effectiveness. Oral presentation at the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science annual student conference – awarded best postgraduate applied oral presentation.

Jones, E. S., Mullen, R., Hardy, L., Woodman, T., & Cheng, K. W-N. (2010). Toward a Grounded Theory of the Cognitive Dimension of Performance Anxiety. Poster presented at the Applied Association of Sport Psychology, Rhode Island, USA.

Jones, E. S., Mullen, R., & Hardy, L. (2008). Conscious processing and motor performance: Examining the part process goal paradox. Poster presented at the World Congress of Sport Psychology, Morocco.

Jones, E. S., Mullen, R., Baker, J., Hardy, L., & Oliver, S. (2007). Conscious processing and motor performance: Examining the part process goal paradox. Oral presentation at the Postgraduate Research Conference, University of Glamorgan.

Jones, E. S., & Callow, N. (2007). The effect of holistic and process imagery on motor performance in a stress condition. Paper presented at the Imagery and Observation Research Group, School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Birmingham.


British Association of Sports & Exercise Sciences Probationary Sport Psychologist (2009-present)
Applied Association of Sport Psychology Student Member (2009-present)
Welsh Netball (2003-present)

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