DR LOTTIE MILES
I have a PhD in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Exeter, with a specialist interest in performance psychology. I live in beautiful North Devon with my Newfoundland dog, Gracie. I train at CrossFit North Devon, and I also play tennis regularly. I am an amateur photographer in my spare time!
Find out a bit more about me in my introductory blog post here...
academic Experience & qualifications
Teaching Fellow, Liverpool Hope University.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Exeter.
PhD, Sport & Health Science, University of Exeter, specialising in visuomotor control in children with coordination disorders.
MSc in Sport & Health Science, University of Exeter.
BSc (Hons), Exercise & Sport Science, University of Exeter.
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).
Wood, G., Miles, C.A.L., Coyles, G., Alizadehkhaiyat, O., Vine, S.J., Vickers, J.N., Wilson, M.R. (2017). A randomised controlled trial of a group-based gaze training intervention for children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. PLoS One, 12(2): e017182, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0171782
Miles, C.A.L., Wood, G., Vine, S.J., Vickers, J.N., Wilson, M.R. (2015). Quiet eye training aids the long-term learning of throwing and catching in children: Preliminary evidence for a predictive control strategy. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(1), 1-9.
Miles, C.A.L, Wood, G., Vine, S.J., Vickers, J.N., & Wilson, M.R. (2015). Quiet eye training facilitates visuomotor coordination in children with developmental coordination disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 40, 31-41.
Miles, C.A.L., Vine, S.J., Wood, G., Wilson, M.R. (2014). Quiet eye training improves throw and catch performance in children, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 15(5), 511-515.
Wilson, M.R., Miles, C.A.L., Vine, S.J., Vickers, J.N. (2013). Quiet eye distinguishes children of high and low motor coordination abilities. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 45(6), 1144-51.