Lincoln's Mental Toughness Research Group (mTOUGH) examines the importance of mental resilience across a broad range of contexts including sport, exercise, health, and education.
Our research aims to provide an understanding of how and why mentally resilient individuals are able to withstand pressure, stress, and adversity in life.
As society continues to place importance on helping to improve the mental health of groups and individuals, our research looks to develop models and interventions to help enhance the practice of our own mental resilience which is vital in learning how to harnessing mental resilience can help the human race.
Undertaking research in a number of areas linked to the psychophysiological enhancement of health, exercise and sport performance.
The Biofeedback In Sport Research Group aims to apply and understand biofeedback in order to enhance the sporting performance of humans.
Exploring interdisciplinary research into a range of embodiment and identity issues in health, sport, and physical activity social contexts.
A multidisciplinary research group which seeks to examine the sport and physical education experiences of young people.