BSc. (Hons), MSc., PhD., PGCAP., FHEA., FRSA., CPsychol., CSci.
BASES Accredited Sport and Exercise Scientist (Psychology Research)
Ollie is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Performance Psychology at King's College London. His research focuses on understanding and enhancing learning and performance in domains including sport, dance, education, and the military. Ollie has experience in delivering contract research and consultancy in a variety of performance settings. His work has featured in numerous media outlets, including various appearances on TV and Radio.
Edel is the Programme Leader for Dance Science at the University of Chichester and has over a decade of experience as a dance teacher, lecturer, researcher and dance scientist. Edel is conducting her PhD with Ollie using an ecological approach to investigate the definition, measurement, and training of movement in dance.
Dave is a Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching at the University of Chichester and martial arts coach (Sifu in Wing Chun). Dave is conducting his PhD with Ollie investigating challenge, autonomy and motivation in motor learning.
Christopher Vine is a doctoral student with the Occupational Performance Research Group at the University of Chichester. His research principally relates to the physical and cognitive demands of military load carriage. Ollie co-supervises his PhD, focusing on cognitive performance.
Alex is a Research Assistant working with Ollie on an International Paralympic Committee and International Blind Sports Federation funded project to develop evidence-based classiciation in football for vision impaired athletes.
Yuko is the recipient of a King's Undergraduate Research Fellowship and will be working in collaboration with the England and Wales Cricket Board to conduct a systematic review of the existing literature relating broadly to talent development environments and talent ID in female athletes.
Juhi is the recipient of a King's Undergraduate Research Fellowship and will be working in collaboration with the England and Wales Cricket Board to conduct a systematic review of the existing literature relating broadly to talent development environments and talent ID in female athletes.
Dr Phoebe Sanders - England and Wales Cricket Board
Experimental and Social Psychology Group - King's College London
Occupational Performance Research Group - University of Chichester
Expert Performance and Skill Acquisition Group - St Mary's University
Dr Richard Bruce - King's College London
Dr Olly Witard - King's College London
Dr David Harris - University of Exeter
Dr Ricardo Twumasi - King's College London
Dr David Mann - VU Amsterdam
Professor Peter Allen - Anglia Ruskin University
Marie Simonet - Université de Lausanne
Professor Mark Williams - University of Utah
Dr David Broadbent - Brunel University
Dr Ed Hope - University of Essex
Dr Phil Birch - University of Chichester
Dr Jenny Smith - University of Chichester
Dr Naomi Datson - University of Chichester
Ben Sharpe - University of Chichester
Matt Jewiss - Universiy of Hertfordshire
Dr Matt Smith - University of Winchester
Matt Shaw - Inner Drive