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sport and exercise science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 47 sport and exercise science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Men’s lives: the consequences of living with high levels of drive for muscularity

Historically, body image research has focused on females and their dieting and weight loss habits. McCreary and Sasse (2000) recognised that although some men desired to be thin for health, occupational, or recreational reasons, high levels of the drive for thinness in men from Western societies is relatively rare. Read more

Nationalism, populist politics and sport migrations: heroes or villains?

Right-wing populist political voices, movements and values have been on the rise. Europe has been witnessing tendencies that are frequently associated with identity politics, ethno-nationalism, racism, sexism, anti-elitism and a general sense of ‘them vs. Read more

Self-Funded PhD Opportunities in Sport and Exercise Sciences

Are you passionate about Sport and Exercise Sciences and eager to advance your research career? London South Bank University is pleased to offer self-funded PhD opportunities in Sport and Exercise Sciences for motivated and talented qualified individuals. Read more

PhD in Sport and Health Sciences

The University of Brighton’s research responds directly to the most pressing global challenges, with impact at the heart of our ambitions and success. Read more

Impact of Ischaemic Pre-Conditioning on Oxygen Uptake Kinetics: Implications for training and recovery

  Research Group: Cambridge Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences
Research Group. Cambridge Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Dan Gordon. Dr Marie Gernigon (External - University of Paris-Saclay). Read more

Enhancing adherence to exercise rehabilitation programmes for musculoskeletal conditions (Ref: SSEHS/IT)

Adherence to exercise rehabilitation is essential for effective recovery and optimal outcomes. However, rehabilitation is often boring, monotonous, sometimes lonely, and benefits are not immediately obvious. Read more

Examining mental health and wellbeing service provision for rugby players experiencing catastrophic injury (Ref: SSEHS/RFU)

Spinal Cord Injuries (SCIs) and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs) in rugby are rare, however the consequences are far-reaching. sustaining a catastrophic injury presents a rapid and life-altering shift in a rugby players’ personal and social identity and their day-to-day reality. Read more

Motivational dynamics during endurance performance (Ref: SSEHS/ITMD)

The ability to endure and persist is essential to success in sport and many other life contexts (e.g., military). Despite this importance, the ability to endure remains poorly understood, especially how physiological responses to exercise and motivation interact. Read more

Exploring the experiences of fear of movement in pregnant population as a barrier to exercise uptake (Ref: SSEHS/EPVC)

Regular participation in exercise during pregnancy is associated with significant benefits for the mother and baby, with reduced risks of common pregnancy concerns such as hypertension, gestational diabetes, weight gain, preterm birth, maternal psychosocial wellbeing and potential benefits for cognitive and language development in children. Read more

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