Tagged: athletes

Our psychological biases mean order matters when we judge items in sequence - News

Guest Author Feb 15, 2018

Robin Kramer, University of Lincoln This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. We often need to make decisions about sequences of things or people rather than just a single item in isolation. For instance, in an everyday setting, we might choose which smartphone to buy after trying out several. There are … Read More

Nicotine in sports: high use but little evidence of effects on performance - Guest Work

Guest Author Aug 10, 2017

By Toby Mündel, Massey University When you think nicotine, you probably think of smokers, addiction, carcinogens and disease – not elite athletes and sporting performance. However, our research published today shows that the use of nicotine among athletes is high and increasing. In some sports, up to half the team uses nicotine in various forms, mostly as … Read More