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School of Sport, Exercise & Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Birmingham: Finding new ways to understand/support the physical activity needs of individuals
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UniBirmingham News Aug 12
Researchers are helping teachers better understand the impact of social media on young people's health and well being - sign up for a free course here:
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College of Life and Environmental Sciences Aug 9
our colleagues at have been working with on a course to helps teachers understand the impact of social media on young people's health and wellbeing
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UniBirmingham News Aug 8
Researchers are helping teachers better understand the impact of social media on young people's health and wellbeing - sign up for a free course here:
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Uni of Birmingham Aug 8
We are launching an online course designed to help teachers better understand young people’s uses of social media and how it influences their health and well-being. Find out more:
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College of Life and Environmental Sciences Aug 8
Our colleagues at have been working with on a new online course helping teachers to better understand young people's use of social media.
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Dr Ian D. Boardley Jul 23
Recent paper with now in print: Psychosocial factors facilitating use of cognitive enhancing drugs in education: a qualitative investigation of moral disengagement and associated processes
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Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy Jul 22
2018. Vol3. An investigation into the complex process of facilitating effective professional learning: CPD tutors’ practices under the microscope. Author . .
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Vicky Goodyear Jul 22
Our latest opportunities on :
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Vicky Goodyear Jul 22
Our New Online Free CPD course sponsored by Google - starting September 29th - Optimising Social Media for Youth Health & Wellbeing - sign up now to secure your place .. more details:
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UBSportExR Jul 22
Check out this new, free, online CPD course we are delivering that is sponsored by Google - Optimising Social Media for Youth Health and Wellbeing - sign up today - plz RT -
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Deborah Falla Jul 18
CHECK OUT OUR LATEST ARTICLE: Lack of Exercise-Induced Hypoalgesia to Repetitive Back Movement in People with Chronic Low Back Pain
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Inhyang Alice Choi Jul 18
Presenting our poster about disabled athlete activism in South Korea🇰🇷! Thanks to my cross-cultural co-authors 🇬🇧 and 🇮🇪 Check our poster here⬇️
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UBSportExR Jul 19
Djokovic suggests his Wimbledon success was related to imagery - see perspective on imagery in
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Portal 4 Tennis Jul 16
Tennis: Can you imagine your way to success? Investigating the Djokovic technique: Djokovic credited the power of imagining after his Wimbledon win. Sports psychologists explain how it works.
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BBC Midlands Today Jul 16
A Birmingham psychologist says we can all learn something from Novak Djokovic
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Yu-Chiang Lai Jul 16
Glad to know they enjoyed working in the lab!
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Nicola Heneghan Jul 16
Amazing day & proud to witness so many AMP/ ⁦⁩ students graduate today ⁦⁩ Congratulations and good luck to you all! Stay in touch?
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UBSportExR Jul 16
Great to see research in
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Dr Jennifer Cumming Jul 16
Thanks for asking my thoughts on using imagery to enhance sporting success & helping to spread the message that everyone can benefit from it!
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The Institute for Mental Health, UoB Jul 16
Our researcher shares her thoughts for on using imagery to enhance sporting success following Wimbledon victory for Novak Djokovic. Read the full article here:
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