School:Psychology and Sport Science
Harley Jean’s main interests are Coaches’ Decision-Making, Research Methods, Coach Education/Learning and Pedagogy. Her specialist area is in Sports Coaching, and she is driven by the curiosity of researching and balancing her role as a lecturer and researcher across higher education.
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Before this, Harley Jean was based at the University of Worcester, completing her PhD on coaches’ decision-making, working on several projects associated with coaches decision-making within a team context.
Vinson, D., Simpson, H.-J. and Cale, A. (2022) ‘“I felt I’d lost myself – not really knowing who I was”: coach developer learning as negotiating identity through engagement, imagination and alignment’, Sport, Education and Society, pp. 1–17. doi:10.1080/13573322.2022.2038126
Simpson, H-J., Timmis, Matthew., and Cavallerio, F. (2023) ‘The Famous Five’: Realising the hidden potential amongst first-in-family students. Higher Education Sport Conference, at Northumbria University.
Simpson, H-J., Edwards, C., Vinson, D., and Cale, A. (2022) “You can stay now, you are trusted”: Navigating the researchers' space within qualitative fieldwork in sport coaching. Cluster for Research into Coaching Symposium, Liverpool, John Moores.
Vinson, D., Simpson, H-J., and Cale, A. (2021) “I felt I’d lost myself as a coach and not really knowing who I was”: Coach Developer learning as negotiating identity through engagement, imagination and alignment, International Council for Coaching Excellence 13th Global Coaches' Conference, Portugal, November.
Vinson, D., Cale, A., Morgan, M., Simpson, H-J., Richardson, S. J., and Harvey, S. (2021) ‘The Football Association and game-based approaches’, Teaching Games for Understanding Pre-Conference Virtual Symposium 2021, Online, 7th June
Public Choice Award - Simpson, H.J. (2019) ‘No two situations are ever the same’.