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Ms Candice Lingam-Willgoss

Profile summary

  • Central Academic Staff
  • Lecturer (Sport and Fitness)
  • Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies
  • School of Education, Childhood, Youth and Sport
  • Childhood, Youth and Sport
  • c.lingam-willgoss

Professional biography

Candice joined the Sport and Fitness team at the end of 2013 having worked as an Associate Lecturer for the Open University since 2010.  Prior to working for the Open University she was based at Southampton University where she was the Assistant Programme Director for Sport.

Candice's main areas of interest are within sport and exercise psychology and sociology of sport.

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Research interests

Candice's research interests lie within the areas of sport and exercise psychology and more recently career trajectories in various sports.
 
Non peer reviewed articles written by Candice include:
 
Lingam-Willgoss, C (2014) The Fear Factor: coping with anxiety at altitude. The Conversation. Available from: https://theconversation.com/the-fear-factor-coping-with-anxiety-at-altitude-22785
 
Lingam-Willgoss, C (2014) Under Presure: anxiety and a nation's hope at the World Cup. The Conversation.  Available from: https://theconversation.com/under-pressure-anxiety-and-a-nations-hope-at-the-world-cup-27485
 
Lingam-Willgoss, C (2014) Do Andy Murray and Amelie Mauresmo have what it takes to win Wimbledon again? The Conversation. Available from: https://theconversation.com/do-andy-murray-and-amelie-mauresmo-have-what-it-takes-to-win-wimbledon-again-28293
 
Lingam-Willgoss, C (2014). Nadal and Murray past peak age, but don't write them off yet. The Conversation. Available from: https://theconversation.com/murray-and-nadal-past-peak-age-but-dont-write-them-off-yet-28782
 
 

Teaching interests

Candice also works as an Associate Lecturer at the Open University so has had involvement in a number of modules. 

E314 - Exploring Contemporary Issues in Sport and Exercise

     - 2015- 2016. Module Team Chair  (production)

E233 - Sport and Exercise Psychology: A Case Study Approach

  • 2013 - present: Module team chair (presentation)
  • 2010 - present: Associate Lecturer

E112 - Introduction to Sport, Fitness & Management

  • 2013- present: Associate Lecturer

E113 - Working & Learning in Sport & Fitness 

  • 2014 - present - Module team co-chair (production and presentation)
  • 2012-2013 - Associate Lecturer

Publications

A study investigating risk and transitional experiences of elite sporting females (2016)
Lingam-Willgoss, Candice
In : Gender Inequalities in Sport Conference (March 17 2016, Milton Keynes)

News

Improving wellbeing through digital games

Dr Hannah R. Marson, Research Fellow in the Health & Wellbeing Priority Research Area, and organiser of the upcoming Digital Health & Wellbeing Conference, was interviewed by eldercare.org to discuss how research using digital games and associated technologies has been investigated in the area of health and wellbeing. Read the full article: Technology and Gaming for the Elderly: Improving Wellbeing.

20th November 2017
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