Mrs Hanna Kampman


NameMrs Hanna Kampman
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressh.m.k.kampman@uel.ac.uk
Research institutePsychology

Research outputs

“It didn't bring back the old me but helped me on the path to the new me”: exploring posttraumatic growth in British veterans with PTSD

Walker, P. A. and Kampman, H. 2021. “It didn't bring back the old me but helped me on the path to the new me”: exploring posttraumatic growth in British veterans with PTSD. Disability and Rehabilitation. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2021.1995056

Taking an Embodied Approach to Posttraumatic Growth Research and Sport

Hefferon, K. and Kampman, H. 2020. Taking an Embodied Approach to Posttraumatic Growth Research and Sport. in: Wadey, R., Day, M. and Howells, K. (ed.) Growth Following Adversity in Sport: A Mechanism to Positive Change Routledge.

‘Find a sport and carry on’: Posttraumatic growth and achievement in British Paralympic athletes

Kampman, H. and Hefferon, K. 2020. ‘Find a sport and carry on’: Posttraumatic growth and achievement in British Paralympic athletes. International Journal of Wellbeing. 10 (1), pp. 67-92. https://doi.org/10.5502/ijw.v10i1.765

Exploring the psychology of extended-period expeditionary adventurers: Going knowingly into the unknown

Reid, P. and Kampman, H. 2020. Exploring the psychology of extended-period expeditionary adventurers: Going knowingly into the unknown. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 46 (Art. 101608). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychsport.2019.101608

Mindfulness in sport and physical exercise

Kampman, H. and Lomas, T. 2017. Mindfulness in sport and physical exercise. in: Brady, A. and Grenville-Cleave, B. (ed.) Positive Psychology in Sport and Physical Activity: An Introduction Routledge. pp. 92–101

“I can do things now that people thought were impossible, actually, things that I thought were impossible”: A meta-synthesis of the qualitative findings on posttraumatic growth and severe physical injury.

Kampman, H., Hefferon, K., Wilson, M. and Beale, J. 2015. “I can do things now that people thought were impossible, actually, things that I thought were impossible”: A meta-synthesis of the qualitative findings on posttraumatic growth and severe physical injury. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne. 56 (3), pp. 283-294. https://doi.org/10.1037/cap0000031
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