Dr Mark Wilson
Dr Mark Wilson joined Sport and Health Sciences in 2006 and is a senior lecturer in cognitive sport psychology and visuomotor control. He is also an Honorary Associate Professor at the Institute of Human Performance (University of Hong Kong). Mark’s research examines the attentional processes underlying the learning and skilled performance of visually guided tasks and how these may break down under pressure. Current projects are funded by the Economic and Social Research Council; the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills; Exeter RD&E NHS Foundation Trust; the University of Hong Kong; and the Rugby Football Union. Mark is a chartered psychologist (BPS) and an accredited sport and exercise scientist (psychology support: BASES), and provides sport psychology support to various national/international level performers. Mark has competed professionally as a mixed martial artist and still enjoys coaching and the occasional sparring session. He also enjoys occasionally writing about himself in the third person.
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