Dr Hollie Massey (Jones)
Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology
School of Psychology and Humanities
Hollie is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, with expertise in Sport and Exercise Psychology. Hollie's research focuses on decision-making and pacing strategies during endurance performance. More specifically, previously published work has explored how visual feedback and the presence of competition influence attentional focus, cognitive processing and perceptual responses during exercise performance. Recent projects have utilised novel eye-tracking techniques to further investigate the interplay between these cognitions and performance decisions as well as exploring the importance of expertise.