This week’s guests are Zoe Knowles and Brendan Cropley
Zoe is a Professor of Engagement and Learning at Liverpool John Moores University and Brendan is Professor of Sport Coaching at University of South Wales; and both are sports psychologists by trade.
They are also pioneers for reflective practice in sport and have been moving this field forward together with a band of researchers and applied scientists and they’ve recently released the 2nd Ed of Reflective Practice in the Sport and Exercise Sciences.
In this discussion we get into the value that reflection brings, the evidence of whether reflecting enhances your performance, some potential downsides of reflection, whether personality type or biases effect how one engages with reflection, the potential effects of reflective practice on mental health. Of course we explore different models of reflection and Zoe and Brendan take you through a fuller reflective cycle and a shorter, snappier version – which gets us on how, when and under what circumstances you might reflect.
Zoe on Twitter https://twitter.com/SpExPsych
Brendan on Twitter https://twitter.com/BrendanCropley
Reflective Practice in the Sport and Exercise Sciences book https://www.routledge.com/Reflective-Practice-in-the-Sport-and-Exercise-Sciences-Critical-Perspectives/Cropley-Knowles-Miles-Huntley/p/book/9781032056944
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