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Professor Florentina Hettinga

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Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

Florentina Hettinga

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  • Adherence to exercise in breast cancer survivors during and after active treatment: A systematic review and meta-analysis, Ackah, M., Barakou, I., Abonie, U., Hettinga, F. 12 Jul 2024, In: JSAMS Plus
  • Association between body weight perception and actual body mass index among adult women in Erbil city, Iraq, Shabu, S., Saka, M., Boya, M., Ahmed, H., Zaki, S., Hettinga, F., Shabila, N. 29 Jan 2024, In: Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition
  • Ball Possessions and Game Rhythm in Basketball Games involving Players with and without Intellectual Impairments, Sakalidis, K., Pérez Tejero, J., Khudair, M., Hettinga, F. 1 Jan 2024, In: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research
  • Carbohydrate mouth rinse improves performance of mentally fatigued cyclists despite null effects on psychological responses, Brietzke, C., Vinícius, Í., Ribeiro, W., Franco-Alvarenga, P., Canestri, R., Vasconcelos, G., Hettinga, F., Santos, T., Pires, F. 1 Feb 2024, In: Physiology & Behavior
  • Elite performance in para-cycling: A scoping review, Smit, A., Janssen, I., Hettinga, F., de Koning, J., Hofmijster, M., Janssen, T. 10 May 2024, In: European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity
  • Evolution of 1500-m Olympic Running Performance, Foster, C., Hanley, B., Barroso, R., Boullosa, D., Casado, A., Haugen, T., Hettinga, F., Jones, A., Renfree, A., Skiba, P., St Clair Gibson, A., Thiel, C., de Koning, J. 1 Jan 2024, In: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
  • Influence of intellectual disability on exercise regulation: Exploring Verbal, Auditory and Visual Guidance to Contribute to Promote Inclusive Exercise Environments, Sakalidis, K., Menting, S., Hettinga, F. Jan 2024, In: BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine
  • Supporting athletes during a challenging situation: recommendations from a global insight of COVID-19 home-based training experience, Washif, J., Hettinga, F., Ammar, A., van Rensburg, D., Materne, O., Trabelsi, K., Romdhani, M., Farooq, A., Pyne, D., Chamari, K. 15 Apr 2024, In: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • The perception of time is slowed in response to exercise, an effect not further compounded by competitors: behavioral implications for exercise and health, Edwards, A., Menting, S., Elferink-Gemser, M., Hettinga, F. 1 Apr 2024, In: Brain and Behavior
  • Be Aware of the Benefits of Drafting in Sports and Take Your Advantage: A Meta-Analysis, van den brandt, F., Khudair, M., Hettinga, F., Elferink-Gemser, M. 8 Nov 2023, In: Translational Sports Medicine

  • Joyce Omojor-Oche Addressing health inequality and wellbeing through physical activity; Identifying barriers and motivators to uptake of PA in children from ethnic minority groups. Start Date: 18/01/2021
  • Kandianos Sakalidis The Role of the Social Environment in Pacing, Sports Participation, and Performance of Individuals with Intellectual Impairments. Start Date: 01/10/2019 End Date: 07/03/2023
  • Rebecca Ramsden Sports coaches' learning, experiences and professional development: Exploring optimal coaching and inclusive strategies in disability sports. Start Date: 01/10/2019

  • PhD October 02 2008
  • Senior Fellow (SFHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2015


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