We are seeking PhD applicants with the skills and enthusiasm to undertake demonstrating with our Sports and Exercise Sciences undergraduate cohorts. The successful candidate will undertake 120-250 hours of teaching per year alongside their PhD research. You should hold (or be expecting) at least a UK upper second class honours, in a relevant discipline and should also have an interest in teaching.
The studentship is open to UK or EU candidates and will provide fees at UK/EU level plus a stipend of £14,777 for 4 years (subject to progress).
Dr. Alison Divine
1. Divine, A., Watson, P.M., Baker, S., & Hall, C. R. (2019). Relatedness Mediates the Relationship between Facebook Use and Exercise Motivation. Computers in Human Behaviour
2. Berry, T. R., Rodgers, W. M., Divine, A., & Hall, C.R. (2018). The relationship of automatically activated associations and explicit exercise motives to exercise adherence over one year. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
3. Milne, M., Divine, A., Hall, C., Gregg, M., & Hardy, J. (2014). Non‐Participation: How Age Influences Inactive Women's Views of Exercise. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 19(3), 171-191. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jabr.12024
4. Divine, A., Roberts, R., & Hall, C.R. (2016). Revisiting the exercise imagery and exercise dependence relationship. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 16, 191-202 DOI:10.1080/1612197X.2016.1177105
Dr. Shuanna Burke
1. Brunet, J., Taran, S., Burke, S. M., & Sabiston, C. M. (2013). A qualitative exploration of barriers and motivators to maintaining physical activity participation in women treated for breast cancer. Disability and Rehabilitation, 35, 2038-2045.
2. Brunet, J., Burke, S. M., & Sabiston, C. M. (2013). The benefits of being self-determined in promoting physical activity and affective well-being among women recently treated for breast cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 22, 2245-2252.
3. Burke, S. M., Brunet, J., Jack, S., Grocott, M., & West, M. (2015). Exploring the meaning of adhering to a pre-surgical exercise program for patients with advanced rectal cancer: A phenomenological study. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 16, 88-95.
4. Burke, S. M, Wurz, A., Bradshaw, A., Saunders, S., West, M.A., Brunet, J (2017). Physical activity and quality of life in cancer survivors: A meta-synthesis of qualitative research. Cancers, 9(5).
FTE Category A staff submitted: 12.50
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