Graduate Teaching Assistant
School of Psychological and Social Sciences
T: 01904 876165
BSc in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Gloucestershire.
MSc by Research (Sport Psychology) at the University of Gloucestershire.
Currently a PhD student at York St John University.
I am teaching seminar/workshops on:
- 1PY403 Experimental Research Methods and Statistics
- 1PY406 Personality & Individual Differences
- 2PY403 Assessment of Individual Differences
My research involves examining the relationship between executive function, attentional control, and athletic performance under pressure.
My previous research has examined psychophysiological states (i.e., challenge and threat states), nonverbal behaviour, attentional control, and athletic performance.
Publications and Conferences
Brimmell, J., Parker, J. K., Furley, P., & Moore, L. J. (2018). Nonverbal behavior accompanying challenge and threat states under pressure. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 39, 90-94.
Brimmell, J., Parker, J. K., Wilson, M. R., Vine, S. J., & Moore, L. J. (2018). Challenge and threat states, performance, and attentional control during a pressurized soccer penalty task. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology.
Brimmell, J., Parker, J. K., Wilson, M. R., Vine, S. J., Moore, L. J. (2017). Do challenge and threat states predict attentional control and performance during a pressurized penalty task? – Poster presented at BASES-FEPSAC in November 2017.
Brimmell, J., Parker, J. K., Brown, M., & Moore, L. J. (2018) Does expertise influence challenge and threat states under pressure? - Oral presentation delivered at BPS DSEP in December 2018.