Raymon is a senior lecturer in psychology at the School of Social Sciences and Professions.
Raymon is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, teaching on various levels across the course. He has a BSc in Sport Management from Loughborough University. Following this he went on to convert to Psychology and completed a MSc Psychology conversion course at Nottingham Trent University. This resulted in his return to Loughborough University to specialise in Sport Psychology, completing a MSc in Sport Psychology. He then went on to undertake a PhD at Nottingham Trent University investigating the underpinning mechanisms to explain the effects of prior self-control exertion on subsequent physical task performance (recently submitted). During his PhD he was employed as an Hourly Paid Lecturer teaching on the BSc Sport and Exercise Science & Sport Science and Management.
The Psychology of Everyday Life
Introduction to Research in Psychology
Research Design and Data Analysis in Psychology
Broadly, Raymon is interested in the effects of self-control on subsequent task performance.
Current research areas of interest:
The effects of prior self-control exertion on subsequent exercise performance. The psychological and physiological mechanisms that may explain the effects of self-control exertion on subsequent exercise performance. Psychological intervention techniques that may improve self-control during exercise performance.
Hunte, R., Cooper, S. B., Taylor, I. M., Nevill, M. E., & Boat, R. (2022). Boredom, motivation, and perceptions of pain: Mechanisms to explain the effects of self-control exertion on subsequent physical performance. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 63, 102265.
Hunte, R., Cooper, S. B., Taylor, I. M., Nevill, M. E., & Boat, R. (2021). The mechanisms underpinning the effects of self-control exertion on subsequent physical performance: a meta-analysis. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 1-28.
Boat, R., Hunte, R., Welsh, E., Dunn, A., Treadwell, E., & Cooper, S. B. (2020). Manipulation of the duration of the initial self-control task within the sequential-task paradigm: effect on exercise performance. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 1093.
Taylor, I. M., Smith, K., & Hunte, R. (2020). Motivational processes during physical endurance tasks. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 30(9), 1769-1776.
Hunte, R., Cooper, S.B., Taylor, I.M., Nevill, M.E., & Boat, R. (August, 2022). Self-control exertion and goal priming: Effects on time-to-exhaustion cycling performance. Oral presentation presented at the 27th Annual Congress of the European College of Sports Sciences, Seville, Spain.
Senior Lecturer in Psychology