Senior Lecturer at the School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences
Paul’s expertise lies in evaluating cognitive and social factors (e.g., values, attitudes, social support) underpinning exercise behaviour and performance outcomes. He possesses excellent methodological and statistical skills, and has conducted laboratory-based experiments, survey designs, single-subject multiple baseline designs, qualitative research (focus groups, interviews and observations), and systematic literature reviews.
Paul has received research funding from a range of organisations, including the International Olympic Committee, Active Essex, and the Economic and Social Research Council. He is currently evaluating the content and impact physical activity interventions as part of the project team for the Essex Local Delivery Pilot funded by Sport England. He has also designed and delivered a range of workshops on topics such as Behaviour Change Models and Psychological Skills Training.