Email
    acoussens@lincoln.ac.uk
    Telephone
    01522 83 7717
    Post
    University of Lincoln
    Brayford Pool
    Lincoln
    Lincolnshire
    LN6 7TS
    United Kingdom

    Dr Adam Coussens

    Senior Lecturer

    School of Sport and Exercise Science
    College of Social Science

    About Adam Coussens

    In August 2015, I completed my PhD at the University of Exeter titled ‘Examining the antecedents of social support and performance. Applying generalisability theory’. From Sep 2014 -  Jan 2015, I was employed as a Visiting Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the University of Roehampton, leading Masters level Sport and Exercise Psychology modules. Whilst completing my PhD I was employed as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Exeter teaching on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate modules, including Sport and Exercise Psychology, and Research Methods and Analytical Procedures modules.

    I have previously completed a BSc (Hons) in Geography and Sport Studies, and an MSc (BPS accredited) in Sport and Exercise Psychology, at Northumbria University. I have also completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University.

    Following the completion of my PhD I accepted the position of Lecturer in Sport Psychology at the University of Lincoln.

    Department Responsibilities

    I am responsible for delivering teaching on Sport Psychology and Research Methods modules across both the SES and SDC degree programmes. I also supervise dissertation projects for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

    Subject Specialism

    Sport and Exercise Psychology

    External Activities and Consultancy

    I have previously worked with Exeter City Football Club in providing psychological skills training and conducting needs analyses for a range of different academy teams.  I have also worked alongside Sporting Stars, at the University of Exeter, introducing school children to the importance of science and sport psychology.

    Research Interests

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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