Dr Katie Dray


NameDr Katie Dray
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Human and Life Sciences

Research outputs

Exploring the use of e-portfolios in higher education coaching programs

Dray, K. and Howells, K. 2019. Exploring the use of e-portfolios in higher education coaching programs. International Sport Coaching Journal. 6 (3), pp. 359-365. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1123/iscj.2018-0082

Adventures in coach learning: considering new approaches

Dray, K., Foad, A., Secker, M. and Weed, M. 2018. Adventures in coach learning: considering new approaches. Applied Coaching Research Journal. 1, pp. 8-13.

Informal and non-formal learning in sport coach education

Dray, K., Weed, M., Fullick, S. and UK Sport 2016. Informal and non-formal learning in sport coach education. Canterbury The United Kingdom Sports Council.

Moving from the playing field and into the dugout: Exploring the contributions of the 2013 DSEP conference to our understanding of the psychology and sport coaching relationship

Dray, K. 2014. Moving from the playing field and into the dugout: Exploring the contributions of the 2013 DSEP conference to our understanding of the psychology and sport coaching relationship. Sport and Exercise Psychology Review. 10 (2), pp. 8-16.

The thrill of defeat and the agony of victory: towards an understanding and transformation of athletes’ emotional experience

Uphill, M. and Dray, K. 2013. The thrill of defeat and the agony of victory: towards an understanding and transformation of athletes’ emotional experience. Reflective Practice. 14 (5), pp. 660-671. https://doi.org/10.1080/14623943.2013.835720

Reflecting on reflections: the role of ‘what might have been’

Dray, K. and Uphill, M. 2012. Reflecting on reflections: the role of ‘what might have been’. The Sport and Exercise Scientist. 33, pp. 9-10.

Giving yourself a good beating: appraisal, attribution, rumination, and counterfactual thinking

Uphill, M. and Dray, K. 2009. Giving yourself a good beating: appraisal, attribution, rumination, and counterfactual thinking. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine. 8 (CSSI 3), pp. 5-12.

A survey of athletes' counterfactual thinking: precursors, prevalence and consequences

Dray, K. and Uphill, M. 2009. A survey of athletes' counterfactual thinking: precursors, prevalence and consequences. Sport and Exercise Psychology Review. 5 (1), pp. 16-26.

#Greatcoaching within sport

Howells, K., Gubby, L., Dray, K. and Mills, H. 2019. #Greatcoaching within sport. Expert Comments

#BalanceforBetter within sport

Howells, K., Gubby, L., Dray, K. and Mills, H. 2019. #BalanceforBetter within sport. CCCU website Media Department.

Developing a ‘students as partners’​ approach in the ​ student research journey​

Dray, K. 2019. Developing a ‘students as partners’​ approach in the ​ student research journey​.

We need more female role models in sport to inspire the next generation

Howells, K., Gubby, L., Dray, K. and Mills, H. 2018. We need more female role models in sport to inspire the next generation. CCCU media pages.

“I could have gone off much harder”. Post-race counterfactual thinking in indoor rowers.

Dray, K., Uphill, M., Mills, H. and Southam, M. 2015. “I could have gone off much harder”. Post-race counterfactual thinking in indoor rowers.

Counterfactuals: Contexts and consequences

Dray, K. and Uphill, M. 2009. Counterfactuals: Contexts and consequences.

The agony and ecstasy of what might have been

Dray, K. 2010. The agony and ecstasy of what might have been.

Focus groups and young peoples' views of the Olympic and Paralympic Games

Mansfield, L., Chatziefstathiou, D., Curtis, H., Dray, K., Fiore, J. and Weed, M. 2009. Focus groups and young peoples' views of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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