Dr Henriette Hogh
Head of Sport and Exercise Psychology & Research Methods, Programme Director of BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Psychology
Responsible for delivery of research methods modules across the Institute of Sport, teaching across various research methods modules at all levels, member of the Institute Management Board, and UG and MSc Programme Coordinators Boards.
2008 PGCAP, University of Surrey
2001-2005 PhD (cognitive ageing), University of Reading
1998-2001 BSc (hons) Psychology, University of Luton (BPS accredited course)
- Key Module delivery:
- Analysis methods in sport and exercise psychology
- Researching the sport disciplines
- Advanced applied research skills in sport
- Advanced research in sport and exercise
- Independent study in research methods
- Programme director of BSc (hons) Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Head of Sport and Exercise Psychology & Research Methods
University Committees/ Responsibilities:
- UG programme board for Sport and Exercise Psychology
- PG programme board for Sport and Exercise Sciences
- Programme Coordinator Group
- Institute management group
Professional activities, roles and memberships:
- 2018-present, Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society
- 2012-present Fellow of HEA
- Reviewer for Routledge, SAGE, Pearson Education on books covering research methods and statistics; consulting editor of Journal of Behavioural Sciences.
To, C., Tenenbaum, H. R., & Hogh, H. (2016). Secondary school students’ reasoning about evolution. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 54, 247-273.
Leather, C., Hogh, H., Seiss, E., & Everatt, J. (2011). Cognitive functioning and work success in adults with dyslexia. Dyslexia, 17, 327-338.
Ellis, J., Gardani, M., & Hogh, H. (2009). Priming affects poor sleepers but not normal sleepers on an Insomnia Ambiguity Task. Journal of Sleep Research, 19, 27-30.
Ellis, J., Mitchell, K., & Hogh, H. (2007). Sleep preoccupation in poor sleep: Psychometric properties of the Sleep Preoccupation Scale. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 63, 579-585.
Interested in cognitive psychology; the effect of physical activity on psychology of ageing; dyslexia and success in the work place; working memory and executive functioning; fluid and crystallised intelligence
Experience of research supervision:
- Supervised Carol Leather for her PhD (Viva passed 2018)
- Consult on quantitative methods for staff and PhD students.
To, C., Tenenbaum, H. R. and Hogh, H. (2017) Secondary school students’ reasoning about evolution. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 54 (2). pp. 247-273. ISSN 1098-2736 10.1002/tea.21347