April 19, 2017
Jonathan Jospeh

Why not selecting Joseph would have lead to the psychological downfall of the Lions

The failure to select Jonathan Joseph would have meant the Lions will face significant psychological challenges that could have been avoided, on their summer tour to New Zealand. We predict that had Joseph not been selected it would have been […]
March 13, 2017

Our First Peer-Reviewed Published Article!

Over the last 3 years, we have taken the leading social psychological approach for understanding group behaviour – the social identity approach – and applied it to teams in order to recognise the challenges, problems and most crucially solutions to the ever changing sports team landscape.
April 19, 2017

Why USA will win the Ryder Cup 2016

If you wanted a case study in how to get it wrong the USA Ryder Cup team would have been a good starting point. Over the past two decade, the USA has had some of greatest players of all time […]
April 19, 2017

Why England keep failing at major tournaments and how to fix it.

Despite having the most expensive squad, widely acclaimed individual stars and the highest paid manager, England exited from Euro 2016 in one of the most humiliating defeats in our sporting history. Yet, the loss at the hands of Iceland, whose […]