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Jamie completed his undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Central Lancashire, obtaining a BSc (Hons) in Sport Science in 2000 and a PhD in Sport Psychology in 2006. His PhD examined the influence of self-efficency on motor performance.
Jamie lectured in sport psychology at Liverpool Hope University College between 2003-04 before moving back to the University of Central Lancashire in 2004. He is currently a senior lecturer in sport and exercise psychology and course leader for the BSc (Hons) Sport Science.
PhD, Sport Psychology (UCLan)
GradDip, Psychology (Bolton University)
PGCert Learning & Teaching in Higher Education (UCLan)
BSc (Hons), Sport Science (UCLan)
Fellow of Higher Education Academy
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Nicholls, A.R., Polman, R.C.J., Levy, A.R., Taylor, J.A., & Cobley, S. (2007). Stressors, coping, and coping effectiveness: Gender, sport type, and level of skill differences. Journal of Sports Sciences, 25, 1521-1530.
Taylor, J.A., & Shaw, D.F. (2002). The effects of outcome imagery on golf-putting performance. Journal of Sports Sciences , 20, 607-613.
Influence of self-efficacy on effort, persistence and motor performance
Imagery use in sport and exercise
Exercise participation and adherence
Superstitious beliefs in sport
XS1300 Introduction to Psychology in Sport
PS 1500 Topics in Psychology
XS1501 Introduction to Coaching in Sport
XS2700 Methods in Sport & Exercise Science
PS2900/XS2300 Sport Psychology
PS3107 Motivation in Sport & Exercise
PS 3312 Exercise Psychology
PS 3609 Psychological Interventions in Sport
PS4902 Social and Motivational Processes in Sport and Exercise
PS4903 Psychology of Exercise and Physical Activity