The following manuscripts have been published in peer reviewed academic journals:
Faull, A.L. and Jones, E. (2018) 'Development and validation of the Wheelchair Imagery Ability Questionnaire (WIAQ) for use in wheelchair sports', Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 37, pp. 196-204. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychsport.2017.11.015
Roberts, C.M., Faull, A.L. and Tod, D. (2016) Blurred lines: Performance Enhancement, common mental disorders and referral in the U.K. athletic population. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1067. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01067.
Mullen, R., Faull, A.L., Jones, E. and Kingston, K. (2015) Evidence for the effectiveness of holistic process goals for learning and performance under pressure. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 17, 40 – 44.
de Haan, D., Faull, A. and Kohe, G. (2014) Celebrating the social in soccer: Spectators’ experiences of the forgotten (Blind) Football World Cup. Soccer and Society, 15 (4), 578 - 595.
Roberts, C.-M. and Faull, A.L. (2013) Building a successful Olympic team selection protocol in women's handball: A case study examining the benefits of employing reflective practice. Reflective Practice International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, 14 (5), 648 – 659. ISSN Print: 1462-3943 Online:1470-1103.
Neil, R., Cropley, B., Wilson, K. and Faull, A. (2013) Exploring the value of reflective practice interventions in applied sport psychology: Case studies with an individual athlete and a team. Sport and Exercise Psychology Review, 9 (2), 42 – 56.
Mullen, R., Faull, A., Jones, E.S. and Kingston, K. (2012) Attentional focus and performance anxiety: effects on simulated race-driving performance and heart rate variability. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, 426.
Recent international collaborations:
ESRC Research bid in collaboration with researchers across the UK and Japan. The aim of this bid is to expand an international collaboration and foster a long term sustainable multi-partner network in order to further develop our understanding in the field of disability studies and sport (DSS). This project will bring together a network of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities (SSH) researchers across the UK and Japan, including ECRs, who will both strengthen and develop current relations. The context for this development could not be more pertinent, given that Japan will host the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020, and this event context provides an ideal opportunity to pursue an agenda concentrated on leveraging this event to the benefit of people with disabilities (PWD) in Japan, and for future events. The current collaboration involves three UK (University of Worcester, Coventry and West of Scotland) and one of the Japanese partner institutions (Waseda); additional partners for this network bid are two further Japanese institutions (Juntendo and Tsukuba), one researcher from a publicly funded non-academic organisation (Nippon Foundation Paralympic Research Group) and one stakeholder advocate working in inclusion and diversity through sport for PWD. This network expansion substantially strengthens the existing collaboration, and builds the opportunities for knowledge exchange, further development of our theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of DSS, and impact.
Dr Faull-Brown is also an active member of the Inclusive sport team who work in collaboration with Beijing Sports University and other more recent institutions including Hong Kong Education University on developing Inclusive programmes and research for in Physical Education teachers and Sports coaches. UW recently successfully hosted the International Inclusive Sports Symposium (June 2019) at the University of Worcester Arena where the three institutions were able to share research and applied practice on the topic of adapted sport and plan for future collaborative projects.