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Dr Marcia Wilson

Associate Dean (interim)

Health, Sport and Bioscience



    Since obtaining my Ph.D in 2000, I have worked at several educational institutions in the USA and England. My research is in sport psychology (Expectancy Theory). I currently lead and teach on the undergraduate sport sciences programme

    Overview




    Wilson, M.A. & Stephens, D.E. (2007). Great Expectations: An Examination of the Differences Between High and Low Expectancy Athletes' Perception of Coach Treatment. Journal of Sports Behavior, 30, 358-373.


    Wilson, M.A., Cushion, C.J., & Stephens, D.E. (2006). “Put me in coach… I’m better than you think I am!” Coaches’ Perceptions of their Expectations in Youth Sport. International Journal of Sport Sciences and Coaching, 2, 149-161.


    Brown, J.F.M., Wilson, M.A., & Sharp, N.C.C. (2006). “Down But Not Out”: An Exploration of the Psychological Factors that Impact the Unexplained Underperformance Syndrome (UPS). International Journal of Sport Sciences and Coaching, 2, 163-176.


    Wilson. M.A. & Stephens, D.E. (2005). Great Expectations: How do athletes of different expectancies attribute their perception of personal athletic achievement? Journal of Sport Behavior, 28, 392-406.


    Collaborators

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    Research

    Great Expectations: An Examination of the Differences Between High and Low Expectancy Athletes' Perception of Coach Treatment. 

    Wilson. M.A. & Stephens, D.E. (2005). .

    Publications


    Funding

    Sport Psychology

    Achievement Motivation
    Expectancy Theory in Sport
    Stress and Anxiety
    Questionnaire design


    Interests

    Portfolio




    Level 1: Psychological Aspects of Exercise and Sport (BS1101)
    Level 3: Stress Management (BS3107)
    Sport Sciences
    BASES & AASP membership

    Teaching