Eric Brymer
Eric Brymer
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Extreme sports: A positive transformation in courage and humility
E Brymer, LG Oades
Journal of humanistic psychology 49 (1), 114-126, 2009
1612009
Extreme sports are good for your health: a phenomenological understanding of fear and anxiety in extreme sport
E Brymer, R Schweitzer
Journal of health psychology 18 (4), 477-487, 2013
1462013
Extreme sports as a precursor to environmental sustainability
E Brymer, G Downey, T Gray
Journal of Sport & Tourism 14 (2-3), 193-204, 2009
1422009
Risk taking in extreme sports: a phenomenological perspective
E Brymer
Annals of Leisure Research 13 (1-2), 218-238, 2010
1312010
Dancing with nature: rhythm and harmony in extreme sport participation
E Brymer, T Gray
Journal of Adventure Education & Outdoor Learning 9 (2), 135-149, 2009
1152009
The search for freedom in extreme sports: A phenomenological exploration
E Brymer, R Schweitzer
Psychology of sport and exercise 14 (6), 865-873, 2013
1072013
The role of nature-based experiences in the development and maintenance of wellness
E Brymer, TF Cuddihy, V Sharma-Brymer
Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education 1 (2), 21-27, 2010
1052010
Effective leadership: Transformational or transactional?
E Brymer, T Gray
Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education 10 (2), 13-19, 2006
1012006
The relationship between nature relatedness and anxiety
P Martyn, E Brymer
Journal of health psychology 21 (7), 1436-1445, 2016
982016
A constraints-based approach to the acquisition of expertise in outdoor adventure sports
K Davids, E Brymer, L Seifert, D Orth
Complex Systems in Sport, 306, 2013
92*2013
Evolution of the backpacker market and the potential for Australian tourism
PL Pearce, L Murphy, E Brymer
CRC for Sustainable Tourism, 2009
732009
Developing an intimate “relationship” with nature through extreme sports participation
E Brymer, T Gray
Leisure/Loisir 34 (4), 361-374, 2010
692010
The relationship between the physical activity environment, nature relatedness, anxiety, and the psychological well-being benefits of regular exercisers
E Lawton, E Brymer, P Clough, A Denovan
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1058, 2017
442017
Physical, psychological and emotional benefits of green physical activity: an ecological dynamics perspective
HP Yeh, JA Stone, SM Churchill, JS Wheat, E Brymer, K Davids
Sports Medicine 46 (7), 947-953, 2016
442016
Understanding the psychological health and well-being benefits of physical activity in nature: an ecological dynamics analysis
E Brymer, K Davids, L Mallabon
Ecopsychology 6 (3), 189-197, 2014
442014
Adventurous physical activity environments: a mainstream intervention for mental health
P Clough, SH Mackenzie, L Mallabon, E Brymer
Sports Medicine 46 (7), 963-968, 2016
432016
Extreme sports as a facilitator of ecocentricity and positive life changes
E Brymer
World Leisure Journal 51 (1), 47-53, 2009
432009
Ecological dynamics as a theoretical framework for development of sustainable behaviours towards the environment
E Brymer, K Davids
Environmental Education Research 19 (1), 45-63, 2013
422013
Extreme dude: A phenomenological exploration into the extreme sport experience
E Brymer
Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Wollongong, Wollongong …, 2005
372005
Phenomenology and the extreme sport experience
E Brymer, R Schweitzer
Taylor & Francis, 2017
322017
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