Publications from SHE group members Publications from SHE group members

Godoy-Pressland, Amy (in press) ‘‘Nothing to report': A semi-longitudinal investigation of the print media coverage of sportswomen in British Sunday newspapers', Media, Culture and Society.

Godoy-Pressland, Amy (in press) ‘‘Weekend as a male entity': How Sunday newspaper reporting centres around male activities, interests and language (2008-2009)', Leisure Studies.

Warburton, V.E., & Spray, C.M. (2014). Appearance- and competition-focused goals: Examining their links with performance in physical education. European Physical Education Review, 20, 305-318.

Lamb P. (2013) Ritual associated with participation in physical education: the power of excuse notes. European Physical Education Review.  Published online before print 2 August DOI: 10.1177/1356336X13496005.
Spray, C.M., Warburton, V.E., & Stebbings, J. (2013). Change in physical self-perceptions across the transition to secondary school: Links with personal and perceived teacher-emphasized achievement goals in physical education. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 14, 662-669.
Warburton, V.E., & Spray, C.M. (2013). Antecedents of approach-avoidance achievement goal adoption: An analysis of two physical education activities. European Physical Education Review, 19, 215-231. 
Braithwaite, R., Spray, C.M., & Warburton, V.E. (2011). A meta-analytic review of motivational climate interventions in physical activity settings. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 12, 628-638. 
Spray, C.M., & Warburton, V.E. (2011). Temporal relations among multidimensional perceptions of competence and trichotomous achievement goal adoption in physical education. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 12, 515-524. 
Warburton, V.E., & Spray, C.M. (2009). Antecedents of approach-avoidance achievement goal adoption in physical education: A longitudinal perspective. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 28, 214-232. 
Warburton, V.E., & Spray, C.M. (2008). Motivation in physical education across the primary-secondary school transition. European Physical Education Review, 14, 157-178.