Andrew Lane is a Professor of Sport Psychology at the University
of Wolverhampton. He is accredited from the British Association of
Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) for scientific support and
research and Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological
Society. He has authored more than 100 peer refereed journal
articles and edited two books.
He is a member of the Emotion regulation of others and self
research network (www.erosresearch.org/)
investigating emotion regulation in sport and other settings. He
sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Sports Science and
Medicine and Journal of Hospitality, Sport, Tourism, Education, and
advisory boards for the Journal of Sports Sciences. He has
organised two national conferences, including the annual BASES
His applied work has involved a number of clients including the
English Institute of Sport and the London Boxing Association
working with an athlete preparing for World Championship contests.
A former amateur boxer, he remains active in sport as a runner and
duathlete and after shedding 20 kilos is enjoying competition
Andrew gives lecturers on undergraduate to postgraduate sport
and exercise psychology modules. He supervises students taking MSc
and undergraduate dissertations. Andrew gives Research methods
lectures for Doctoral students including running workshops on
research skills for doctoral research students.
Emotion, emotion regulation, psychological skills, validity and
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Media work includes giving regular expert comment on various
aspects of sport psychology. Andrew has given interviews on
television and radio programmes. He has taken part on a debate
on boxing with promoter Frank Maloney for a Sky TV, participated in
debates on preparation for World Cup and Olympic preparation.
Andrew's work was featured in a research article in the Times
Higher Education Supplement. He is often asked to give expert
comments for numerous popular magazines. Examples from the last 12
months include Slimming World, Glamour magazine, Runner’s World,
the Daily Telegraph, and The Sun.
External examiner positions include: MPhil and PhD students at
the University of Southern Queensland, Australia, MSc external
examiner to BPS Sport Psychology degree, Staffordshire University,
MPhil Examiner: Brunel University, PhD examiner, Bangor University,
PhD Examiner, Nottingham Trent University, PhD examiner, University
of Stockholm, Sweden, PhD Examiner, University of Research
Institute for Olympic Sports, Jyväskylä, Finland,external examiner
for sport and exercise science undergraduate programme, Christ
College Canterbury, external examiner for undergraduate and
postgraduate Applied Sport Sciences Courses, University of
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