Sam J. Cooley
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Layered stimulus response training improves motor imagery ability and movement execution
SE Williams, SJ Cooley, J Cumming
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35 (1), 60-71, 2013
822013
The role of outdoor adventure education in facilitating groupwork in higher education
SJ Cooley, VE Burns, J Cumming
Higher Education 69 (4), 567-582, 2015
602015
Seeing the difference: Developing effective imagery scripts for athletes
SE Williams, SJ Cooley, E Newell, F Weibull, J Cumming
Journal of Sport Psychology in Action 4 (2), 109-121, 2013
472013
Meditation-based interventions for family caregivers of people with dementia: a review of the empirical literature
RVC Hurley, TG Patterson, SJ Cooley
Aging & mental health 18 (3), 281-288, 2014
442014
Introducing the use of a semi-structured video diary room to investigate students’ learning experiences during an outdoor adventure education groupwork skills course
SJ Cooley, MJG Holland, J Cumming, EG Novakovic, VE Burns
Higher Education 67 (1), 105-121, 2014
392014
Methodological variations in guided imagery interventions using movement imagery scripts in sport: A systematic review
SJ Cooley, SE Williams, VE Burns, J Cumming
Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity 8 (1), 13-34, 2013
342013
Developing imagery ability effectively: A guide to layered stimulus response training
J Cumming, SJ Cooley, N Anuar, MC Kosteli, ML Quinton, F Weibull, ...
Journal of Sport Psychology in Action 8 (1), 23-33, 2017
272017
Development and validation of the groupwork skills questionnaire (GSQ) for higher education
J Cumming, C Woodcock, SJ Cooley, MJG Holland, VE Burns
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 40 (7), 988-1001, 2015
272015
Walk this way: A brief exercise imagery intervention increases barrier self-efficacy in women
F Weibull, J Cumming, SJ Cooley, SE Williams, VE Burns
Current Psychology 34 (2), 477-490, 2015
202015
Developing the Model for Optimal Learning and Transfer (MOLT) following an evaluation of outdoor groupwork skills programmes
SJ Cooley, J Cumming, MJG Holland, VE Burns
European Journal of Training and Development, 2015
172015
Using outdoor adventure education to develop students’ groupwork skills: A quantitative exploration of reaction and learning
SJ Cooley, VE Burns, J Cumming
Journal of Experiential Education 39 (4), 329-354, 2016
102016
Reported Growth Following Mountaineering Expeditions: The Role of Personality and Perceived Stress
N Smith, SJ Kinnafick, F, Cooley, GM Sandal
Environment and Behavior 49 (8), 933-955, 2016
42016
Developing groupwork through outdoor adventure education: a systematic evaluation of learning and transfer in higher education
SJ Cooley
University of Birmingham, 2015
32015
Understanding and assessing young athletes’ psychological needs
MJG Holland, SJ Cooley, J Cumming
Sport Psychology for Young Athletes, 43-54, 2017
22017
Examining the feasibility of a short intervention for improving exercise imagery ability
F Weibull, J Cumming, SJ Cooley, SE Williams, VE Burns
Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity 12 (1), 2017
22017
Developing skills for successful international groupwork
V Burns, J Cumming, S Cooley, MJG Holland
Report to the Higher Education Academy, 2012
22012
Enhancing an individual’s imagery ability: Can layering images facilitate ease of imaging?
SE Williams, S Cooley, J Cumming
22011
“Hitting the ground running”: preparing groups for outdoor learning using a theoretically-based video
SJ Cooley, FF Eves, J Cumming, VE Burns
Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning 20 (1), 30-48, 2020
12020
The experiences of homeless youth when using strengths profiling to identify their character strengths
SJ Cooley, ML Quinton, MJG Holland, BJ Parry, J Cumming
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2036, 2019
12019
‘Skills don’t transfer themselves’: Translating training courses into lasting behaviour change
V Burns, J Cumming, S Cooley, M Holland, N Beech
Education 3 (1), 2017
12017
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