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Tom completed his PhD in the psychology of sport injury in 2020 from Cardiff Metropolitan University. His research centres on the role of psychosocial factors on recovery outcomes following sports injuries. In addition to his research experience, Tom has conducted a significant amount of applied sport psychology practice, which includes working with professional and international athletes in preparation for major tournaments (e.g., World Cups and Commonwealth Games).
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Williams, T., Burley, D., Evans, L, Robertson, A., Hardy, L., Roy, S., & Lewis, D. (2020a). The structural validity of the IKDC and its relationship with quality of life following ACL reconstruction. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. 30, 1748–1757.
Cropley, B., Baldock, L., Hanton, S., Gucciardi, D., McKay, A., Neil, R., & Williams, T. (2020). Learning to thrive in sport: A multi-study exploration of the development of hardiness in sport coaches. Frontiers in Psychology, 11:1823.
Williams, T., Evans, L., Hardy., L., Robertson, A, Roy, S., Lewis, D., & Glendinning, F. (2020b). The role of optimism and psychosocial factors in athletes from ACL injury: A longitudinal study. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, 2:116.
Invited Book Chapters
Williams, T., Evans, L., & Robertson, A. R., (2014). Psychological factors in the recovery from reconstructive surgery. British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine Newsletter, 29, 15.
Ledingham, K., Williams, T., & Evans, L. (2020). Experimental psychological response to injury studies: Why so few? In R. Wadey (Ed.), Sport Injury Psychology: Cultural, Relational, Methodological, and Applied Considerations. London: Routledge.
Griffin, L., Moll, T., Williams, T., & Evans, L. (2020). (in press). Rehabilitation from sport injury: A social support perspective. Essentials of Exercise and Sport Psychology: An Open Access Textbook.