This series of lectures are open to the general public, staff and students at the University of Wolverhampton.
Professor Andy Lane's lecture will focus on sports psychology and how through his work in this area he has been called up by the national media to provide comment or an expert opinion on many sporting events.
Andy Lane is a Professor of Sport Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton. He is a Fellow of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES). He is Health Professional Council registered and a British Psychological Society Chartered Psychologist. He began lecturing at Brunel University before moving to the University of Wolverhampton in 2000. He has authored more than 200 peer refereed journal articles, given numerous keynotes talks, and is on editorial boards of prestigious journals in sport sciences (Journal of Sports Sciences), Sports Medicine (Journal of Sports Science and Medicine), psychology (Personality and Individual Differences) and education (Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism). He has edited five books including the book Case Studies in Sport Science and Medicine) , a.co-authored work with Prof Greg Whyte. His recent book on sport psychology and nutrition in running, is co-authored with colleagues at the University including Tracey Devonport, Chris Sellars, and Wendy Nicholls and students, Chris Fullerton and Marcia Blake. Prof Lane has provided self-help material for runners at the London Marathon including 5 tips on how to use strategies such as if-then planning on Five audio files. Given the worldwide popularity of soccer and pressures associated with winning, Prof Lane is regularly asked for comment on TV, radio, website and newspapers. For example, he worked with Adidas on videos with Glenn Hoddle and Mathew LeTissier on penalty taking (see video 1 and video 2 for example). He has led high profile research projects such as “Can you compete under pressure?" a BBc Lab Uk led project fronted by former Olympian Michael Johnson. His applied work has involved a number of clients, including ranging from recreational to world championship level. He is a member of the UKactive Research Institute’s Scientific Advisory Board.
Andy Lane is a competitive runner and recently completed the London Marathon in 2:57:58.
Due to demand booking is essential.