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Emily Martin

Lecturer

About Research

Emily has completed both her BSc in Sports Coaching Science (2010), and her MSc in Applied Sport Psychology (2012) here at St Mary's University. Currently Emily is half way through completing her PhD which focusses on the applied application of observation as an assessment tool within sport psychology practice.

Emily is currently teaching on the Sports Coaching Science BSc, the Sports Science BSc, and the Foundation Degree in Coaching Science. 

Her research interests lie with the applied nature of sport psychology practice, and the training of practitioners to attain competency.


Research

Conference Communications:

  • Martin, E., Winter, S., & Holder, T. (2015). An exploration of trainee practitioners experiences when using observation. British Psychological Society's, Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology conference (oral presentation). 
  • Martin, E., Richards, K., & Winters, S. (2014). Judging bias in gymnastics: Task complexity and manipulated feedback upon conformity effect. British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Student Conference: Portsmouth University, 8-9th April, 2014 (poster presentation). 
  • Martin, E., Winter, S., & Holder, T. (2015). An exploration of trainee practitioners experiences when using observation. British Psychological Society’s, Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology conference (oral presentation).