Fiona earle

Dr Fiona Earle

Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Psychology

Summary

Fiona Earle is an occupational psychologist with almost 20 years' experience of working in academic and industrial settings. Following occupational Chartership status in 2002, and doctoral research on the development of work-related fatigue in 2004, Fiona is particularly interested in occupational stress research in applied settings. Her main focus is working with organisations to understand the sources of work-place stress, and implementing solutions to minimise the impact of these stressors on health and safety, wellbeing and performance.

Journal Article

Whiplash: the possible impact of context on diagnosis

Earle, F., Horne, J., & Flynn, J. M. Whiplash: the possible impact of context on diagnosis. Pain and rehabilitation : journal of the Physiotherapy Pain Association, 38(Winter), 4-9

Separating the effects of task load and task motivation on the effort–fatigue relationship

Earle, F., Hockey, B., Earle, K., & Clough, P. (2015). Separating the effects of task load and task motivation on the effort–fatigue relationship. Motivation and emotion, 39(4), 467-476. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11031-015-9481-2

Perceptions of the coach-athlete relationship predict the attainment of mastery achievement goals six months later : a two-wave longitudinal study among F.A. Premier League academy soccer players

Nicholls, A. R., Earle, K., Earle, F., & Madigan, D. J. (2017). Perceptions of the coach-athlete relationship predict the attainment of mastery achievement goals six months later : a two-wave longitudinal study among F.A. Premier League academy soccer players. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00684

Exercise tolerance during VO2 max testing is a multifactorial psychobiological phenomenon

McNaughton, L. R., Midgley, A. W., Earle, K., McNaugton, L. R., Siegler, J. C., Clough, P., & Earle, F. (2017). Exercise tolerance during VO2 max testing is a multifactorial psychobiological phenomenon. Research in Sports Medicine, 25(4), 480-494. doi:10.1080/15438627.2017.1365294

Exercise tolerance during VO2 max testing is a multifactorial psychobiological phenomenon

McNaughton, L. R., Midgley, A. W., Earle, K., McNaugton, L. R., Siegler, J. C., Clough, P., & Earle, F. (2017). Exercise tolerance during VO2 max testing is a multifactorial psychobiological phenomenon. Research in Sports Medicine, 25(4), 480-494. https://doi.org/10.1080/15438627.2017.1365294

Postgraduate supervision

Fiona welcomes PhD applications in the areas of work-related stress and fatigue. She is particularly interested in applied work in health and safety, and offshore wind. Completed PhDs - Tracey Reid, On-call work scheduling: A multi method analysis of psychological effects and moderators (2011) - Angela Clough, Whiplash Associated Disorder (2014) Current PhD supervisions - Jonathan Huddlestone,Risk and Safety Culture in Offshore Wind (2017) - Stefi McMaster,Causes and Consequences of Fatigue in Offshore Wind Technicians (2017) - Sven van As, Fatigue after effects following work, Erasmus exchange student, Radboud University, Netherlands (2017-2018)