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Howells, Karen and Lucassen, Mathijs (2018). ‘Post-Olympic Blues’ –The Diminution of Celebrity in Olympic Athletes. Psychology of Sport and Exercise (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download


Howells, Karen; Sarkar, Mustafa and Fletcher, David (2017). Can athletes benefit from difficulty? A systematic review of growth following adversity in competitive sport. In: ed. Progress in Brain Research. Elsevier, (Early Access).


Howells, Karen and Fletcher, David (2016). Adversarial Growth in Olympic Swimmers: Constructive Reality or Illusory Self-Deception? Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 38(2) pp. 173–186. file

Newman, Hannah J. H.; Howells, Karen and Fletcher, David (2016). The Dark Side of Top Level Sport: An Autobiographic Study of Depressive Experiences in Elite Sport Performers. Frontiers in Psychology file

Howells, Karen (2016). Butterflies, Magic Carpets, and Scary Wild Animals: An Intervention with a Young Gymnast. Case Studies in Sport and Exercise Psychology (In Press). file


Howells, Karen and Fletcher, David (2015). Sink or swim: adversity- and growth-related experiences in Olympic swimming champions. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 16(3) pp. 37–48. file


Howells, Karen and Grogan, Sarah (2012). Body image and the female swimmer: muscularity but in moderation. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 4(1) pp. 98–116.

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