Nicola McCullogh

Lecturer

Research interests

Nicola has conducted research into the outcomes of physical activity participation for primary school children, particularly in relation to their cognition and wellbeing, and using both qualitative and quantitative approaches. She is interested in how physical activity can be integrated in practical and sustainable ways into people’s lives, accounting for barriers and competing priorities, and in how people’s individual experiences shape their physical activity behaviour. She is currently undertaking a project into the effects of archery participation on people’s wellbeing, interviewing participants and exploring the common themes and unique aspects of their experiences.

ORCID

0000-0001-5000-1923

Organisational affiliations

Education/Academic qualification

  • PhD, Northumbria University

    The efficacy of school-based classroom learning and physical activity interventions for children’s cognitive performance and wellbeing

  • MSc, Psychology, Northumbria University

    Sport and Exercise Psychology

  • BSc (Hons), Psychology, Durham University

    Applied Psychology

Professional Qualifications

  • Fellow (FHEA), Advance HE

    12 Feb 2021 -
  • Member, British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Sport & Exercise Psychology

    17 Jan 2017 -