Dr Samuel Vine
Senior Lecturer Psychology and Human Movement Science

External responsibilities

Awards/Honorary fellowships

July 2011 European College of Sports Science- Young Investigator Award. The quiet eye period and performance failure under pressure.

Sept 2011 Winner of the best oral presentation, British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS),  Annual Meeting, Aberdeen, UK, 1st -2nd Sept.

April 2010 Winner of the poster prize in the category 'Simulation and Technology in Surgery' at the International Surgical Congress of the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland (ASGBI), Liverpool, UK.

Editorial responsibilities

Associate Editor Fronteirs in Psychology- Movement Science and Sport Psychology

Editor for Special Issue- European Journal of Sport Sciences- The Quiet Eye.

Guest Associate Editor- Journal of Experimental Psychology- Human Perception and Performance.

Review Editor

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied: http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/xap/ 

Frontiers in Movement Science and Sport Psychology
www.frontiersin.org/movement_science_and_sport_psychology/about

Journal of Applied Sport Psychology (JASP): www.tandfonline.com/loi/uasp20

Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology (JSEP): journals.humankinetics.com/about-jsep

Human Movement Science (HMS): www.journals.elsevier.com/human-movement-science/

Journal of Sport Science (JSS): www.tandfonline.com/loi/rjsp20

Invited lectures

University of Plymouth, College of St Mark and St John (May 2014). Visual attention and performance under pressure. Invited presentation to faculty members and undergraduate students.

University of Bern, Switzerland (Feb 2014). Developing Quiet eye theory. Invited talk to faculty members at annual ‘Winterakademie’ Saas Grund, Switzerland.

Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh (October 2013). Stress, attention and human performance. Invited to give an overview of my research to the Psychology department. Organised by Dr Gavin Buckingham.

Loughborough College (April 2013). Visual attention and performance under pressure. Invited presentation to undergraduate students from Loughborough College’s HE program.

Intuitive surgical, California (April 2013). From Sport, to Surgery, to Robotic surgery; principles of skills acquisition and performance under pressure. Invited presentation to Intuitive surgical Research and development team.

Exeter Surgical Health Services Research Unit (HeSRU). Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter. (Sept 2012). Tracking surgeons – from the golf course to the theatre. Invited presentation to the president of the Royal College of Surgeons for the official opening of HeSRU - link to media report.

Media Coverage

Workshops/Conferences organised

Using a mobile eye-tracker in research and applied settings: On behalf of the Expertise and Skill Acquisition Network (ESAN), at the 2014 British Psychological Society meeting. In collaboration with Dr Mark Wilson, Dr Matt Dicks and Dr Jenny Page.

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