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Dr Lisa Price

Dr Lisa Price

Lecturer

 4720

 +44 (0)1392 724720

 Richards Building RB102

 

Richard's Building, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

I am a Lecturer in Physical activity and Health, teaching on both undergraduate and postgraduate modules. My main research area foucs on improving physical activity measurment methods in childhood populations and assessing the impact of measurement upon psychological well-being variables in children. I completed my PhD at the University of Exeter prior to undertaking a post-doctoral position within the University of Exeter Medical School. During my post-doc I was involved in the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP), a novel school-based obesity prevention trial; my main role within the trial was to undetake the physical activity measurement and analysis of activity data. I became a lecturer within Sport and Health Sciences in 2014.    

Qualifications

  • BSc (hons), Sport Science, Bangor University (2005 – 2008)
  • MSc Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology, Bangor University (2008 – 2009)
  • PhD, Sport and Health Sciences. - 'The relationship between Psychological well-being and physical activity: The impact of measurement'

Research

Research interests

Physical activity Measurement

Physial activity and Psychological well-being

Research projects

ISSF seed-corn project: Detecting temporal patterns in the relationship between physical activity and mood using ecological momentary assessment (EMA). 

Publications by category


Journal articles

Lambert J, Greaves C, Farrand P, Price LRS, Haase A, Taylor A (In Press). A pilot randomized controlled trial of a web-based intervention using behavioral activation and physical activity for adults with depression: the eMotion Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research Full text.
Price LRS, Wyatt K, Lloyd J, Abraham C, Creanor S, Dean S, Hillsdon M (In Press). Are we overestimating Physical Activity prevalence in children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health Full text.
Price L, Wyatt K, Lloyd J, Abraham C, Creanor S, Dean S, Hillsdon M (2018). Children's compliance with wrist-worn accelerometry within a cluster-randomized controlled trial: Findings from the healthy lifestyles programme. Pediatric Exercise Science, 30(2), 281-287. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wyatt K, Lloyd J, Creanor S, Green C, Dean SG, Hillsdon M, Abraham C, Tomlinson R, Pearson V, Taylor RS, et al (2018). Cluster randomised controlled trial and economic and process evaluation to determine the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a novel intervention [Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP)] to prevent obesity in school children. Public Health Research, 6(1), 1-204. Full text. DOI.
Lloyd J, Creanor S, Logan S, Green C, Dean SG, Hillsdon M, Abraham C, Tomlinson R, Pearson V, Taylor RS, et al (2018). Effectiveness of the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP) to prevent obesity in UK primary-school children: a cluster randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health, 2(1), 35-45. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Lloyd J, Creanor S, Price LRS, Abraham C, Dean S, Green C, Hillsdon M, Pearson V, Taylor R, Tomlinson R, et al (2017). Trial baseline characteristics of a cluster randomised controlled trial of a school-located obesity prevention programme; the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP) trial. BMC Public Health Full text. DOI.
Phillips LRS, Parfitt G, Rowlands AV (2013). Calibration of the GENEA accelerometer for assessment of physical activity intensity in children. J Sci Med Sport, 16(2), 124-128. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Hänggi JM, Phillips LRS, Rowlands AV (2013). Validation of the GT3X ActiGraph in children and comparison with the GT1M ActiGraph. J Sci Med Sport, 16(1), 40-44. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

Conferences

Price LRS, Lloyd J, Wyatt K, Hillsdon M (2017). Is there a relationship between how children accumulate moderate to vigorous physical activity and their BMI sds? Findings from the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP). International Soceity for Behavioural nutrition and physical activity. Victoria, Canada. 7th Jun - 10th Mar 2017. Abstract.
Price LRS, Lloyd J, Wyatt K, Hillsdon M (2017). Physical activity prevalence in children depends on our methodology:. Findings from the Healthy Lifestyles programme (HeLP). International soceity of behavioural nutrition and physical activity. Victoria, Canada. 7th Jun - 10th Mar 2017. Abstract.
Price LRS, Hillsdon M, Rowlands A (2015). Impact of wear time criteria upon physical activity estimates in children. International society of Behavioural nutrition and physical activity. Edinburgh. 3rd - 6th Jun 2015. Abstract.  Full text.

Publications by year



In Press

Lambert J, Greaves C, Farrand P, Price LRS, Haase A, Taylor A (In Press). A pilot randomized controlled trial of a web-based intervention using behavioral activation and physical activity for adults with depression: the eMotion Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research Full text.
Price LRS, Wyatt K, Lloyd J, Abraham C, Creanor S, Dean S, Hillsdon M (In Press). Are we overestimating Physical Activity prevalence in children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health Full text.

2018

Price L, Wyatt K, Lloyd J, Abraham C, Creanor S, Dean S, Hillsdon M (2018). Children's compliance with wrist-worn accelerometry within a cluster-randomized controlled trial: Findings from the healthy lifestyles programme. Pediatric Exercise Science, 30(2), 281-287. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wyatt K, Lloyd J, Creanor S, Green C, Dean SG, Hillsdon M, Abraham C, Tomlinson R, Pearson V, Taylor RS, et al (2018). Cluster randomised controlled trial and economic and process evaluation to determine the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a novel intervention [Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP)] to prevent obesity in school children. Public Health Research, 6(1), 1-204. Full text. DOI.
Lloyd J, Creanor S, Logan S, Green C, Dean SG, Hillsdon M, Abraham C, Tomlinson R, Pearson V, Taylor RS, et al (2018). Effectiveness of the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP) to prevent obesity in UK primary-school children: a cluster randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health, 2(1), 35-45. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2017

Price LRS, Lloyd J, Wyatt K, Hillsdon M (2017). Is there a relationship between how children accumulate moderate to vigorous physical activity and their BMI sds? Findings from the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP). International Soceity for Behavioural nutrition and physical activity. Victoria, Canada. 7th Jun - 10th Mar 2017. Abstract.
Price LRS, Lloyd J, Wyatt K, Hillsdon M (2017). Physical activity prevalence in children depends on our methodology:. Findings from the Healthy Lifestyles programme (HeLP). International soceity of behavioural nutrition and physical activity. Victoria, Canada. 7th Jun - 10th Mar 2017. Abstract.
Lloyd J, Creanor S, Price LRS, Abraham C, Dean S, Green C, Hillsdon M, Pearson V, Taylor R, Tomlinson R, et al (2017). Trial baseline characteristics of a cluster randomised controlled trial of a school-located obesity prevention programme; the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP) trial. BMC Public Health Full text. DOI.

2015

Price LRS, Hillsdon M, Rowlands A (2015). Impact of wear time criteria upon physical activity estimates in children. International society of Behavioural nutrition and physical activity. Edinburgh. 3rd - 6th Jun 2015. Abstract.  Full text.

2013

Phillips LRS, Parfitt G, Rowlands AV (2013). Calibration of the GENEA accelerometer for assessment of physical activity intensity in children. J Sci Med Sport, 16(2), 124-128. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Hänggi JM, Phillips LRS, Rowlands AV (2013). Validation of the GT3X ActiGraph in children and comparison with the GT1M ActiGraph. J Sci Med Sport, 16(1), 40-44. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

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Teaching

 

Postgraduate

  • SHSM023 Current issues in sport and exercise psychology

Undergraduate

  • ESS1605 Foundations of exercise and sport psychology
  • ESS1701 Introduction to statistics

Modules

2018/19


Supervision / Group

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