24.04.1959
anthony.watt@vu.edu.au

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.01.2013–...   
University of Jyvaskyla, Finland - Visiting Academic (SSP)
01.01.2013–...   
Tallinn University, Estonia - Visiting Academic (SSP)
01.01.2008–31.12.2009   
University of Jyväskylä, Finland - Senior Researcher
01.01.2007–31.12.2013   
Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia - Senior Lecturer
01.01.2001–31.12.2007   
Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia - Lecturer
01.01.2001–31.12.2001   
University of Jyvaskyla, Finland - Lecturer
 
 
Haridustee
1998–2003   
Victoria University - PhD (Sport Psychology), conferred 01/06/2003
1998–2004   
Victoria University - Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies
1985–1987   
University of Melbourne - Masters of Education Preliminary Program
1980–1984   
University of Western Australia - Bachelor of Education (Honours)
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2011−...   
School Council of Maribyrnong College – Specialist Sport School
2011−...   
Health and Physical Education Tertiary Alliance Victoria Group
2006−...   
International Association for Physical Education in Higher Education
2005−...   
International Society of Sport Psychology
2003−...   
Australian Council of Health Physical Education and Recreation

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.10. Kasvatusteadused; CERCS ERIALA: S270 Pedagoogika ja didaktika; PÕHISUUND: A focus on research in the field of physical education pedagogy. Specifically, Anthony worked with a Finnish colleague to develop a Finnish version of the Teaching Styles in Physical Education Questionnaire. Data is currently being collected using a web-based English language version of the measure with an Australian sample. In partnership with a doctoral student, Anthony has also been involved in the development of a measure of generalist primary teachers’ confidence and motivation to teach physical education.
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.8. Psühholoogia; CERCS ERIALA: S264 Eksperimantaal- ja rakenduspsühholoogia; PÕHISUUND: Development and appraisal of a translation protocol that can be successfully adapted to the preparation of alternative language versions of existing self-report measures used in the areas of sport psychology and physical education.
VALDKOND: 3. Terviseuuringud; 3.8. Sporditeadus; CERCS ERIALA: S273 Kehaline kasvatus ja motoorika, sport ; PÕHISUUND: The implementation and evaluation of the Imagery Training Program (ITP) Model in sporting contexts (Morris, Spittle, & Watt, 2005).
 
 
Lisainfo
Anthony’s extensive experience as a physical education teacher has proved a useful foundation for remaining informed of the current issues of importance in the human movement area, and provided a valuable base for his continuing work in the domain of physical education pedagogy. His university teaching also allows for an on-going focus on a wide variety of topics associated with the teaching of physical education at the primary and secondary school levels. In addition, he is a principal supervisor and co-supervisor of a number of doctoral post-graduate students in areas associated with sport psychology, physical education, and assessment and measurement in education. Anthony has recently focussed on working with academics in the fields of education and sport psychology whose first language is not English, as a collaborator in the preparation and refinement of manuscripts for submission to English language journals.

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Correlates of Dispositional and State Flow in Competition. Koehn, S.; Morris, T.; Watt, A.2013Journal of Applied Sport Psychology1.1.
Correlation of selection scores with subsequent assessment scores during surgical training.Oldfield, Z.; Beasley, S.; Smith, J.; Anthony, A.; Watt, A.2013ANZ Journal of Surgery1.1.
Assessing the learning styles profile of preparatory schools students high and low in Arabic reading achievement in Saudi Arabia. Saadi, I.;Alharbi, M.;Watt, A.2013Life Sciences1.2.
Investigating cognitive style differences in the perception of biological motion associated with visuospatial processing Thomson, Kaivo; Watt, Anthony2013Polish Psychological Bulletin1.2.Tallinna Ülikool, Terviseteaduste ja Spordi Instituut
The importance of Physical Education: How to promote healthy living in the classroom Watt, Anthony2013Engaging the disengaged: Inclusive approaches that give voice to the least advantaged.3.1.
Prediction of enjoyment in school physical education. Gråstén, A.; Jaakkola, T.; Liukkonen, J.; Watt, A.; Yli-Piipari, S.2012Journal of Sports Science and Medicine1.1.
Directly Measured and Self-Reported Physical Activity in a Sample of Finnish Secondary School StudentsGråstén, A.; Watt, A.; Jaakkola, T.; & Liukkonen, J.2012Advances in Physical Education1.2.
Translation and reliability of the preliminary Spanish version of the Sport Imagery QuestionnaireRiuz, M.; Watt, A.2012Advances in Physical Education1.2.
Differences of Field Dependence-Independence in the Perception of Biological MotionThomson, Kaivo; Liukkonen, Jarmo; Watt, Anthony2012International Congress on Enhancement of Physical Activity and Motor Skills3.2.Tallinna Ülikool, Terviseteaduste ja Spordi Instituut
Finnish physical education teachers’ self-reported use and perceptions of Mosston and Ashworth’s teaching styles. Jaakkola, T.; Watt, A.2011Journal of Teaching in Physical Education1.1.
INVESTIGATING SEX DIFFERENCES IN THE PERCEPTION OF BIOLOGICAL MOTION ASSOCIATED WITH VISUOSPATIAL DECISION-MAKING MOVEMENT ACCURACYThomson, Kaivo; Watt, Anthony; Ereline, Jaan2011GESJ: Education Science and Psychology1.2.Tartu Ülikool, Kehakultuuriteaduskond, Spordibioloogia ja füsioteraapia instituut, Kinesioloogia õppetool;
Tallinna Ülikool, Terviseteaduste ja Spordi Instituut
Fundamental movement skills and motivational factors influencing engagement in physical activityKalaja, S.; Jaakkola, T.; Watt, A.; & Liukkonen, J.2010Perceptual and Motor Skills1.1.
Motivational climate and students’ emotional experiences and effort in physical education.Liukkonen, J.; Barkoukis, V.; Watt, A.P.; Jaakkola, T.T.2010Journal of Educational Research1.1.
Connecting Paradigms of Motor Behaviour to Sport and Physical EducationThomson, Kaivo; Watt, Anthony20104.1.Tallinna Ülikool
Differences in speed discrimination between groups of skilled and less-skilled participantsThomson, Kaivo; Watt, Anthony; Liukkonen, Jarmo20105.2.Tallinna Ülikool
Differences in ball sports athletes speed discrimination skills before and after exercise induced fatigueThomson, Kaivo; Watt, Anthony; Liukkonen, Jarmo2009Journal of Sports Science and Medicine1.1.Tallinna Ülikool, Terviseteaduste ja Spordi Instituut, Sporditeooria osakond, Spordibioloogia õppetool
The associations between seventh grade Finnish students’ motivational climate, perceived competence, self-determined motivation, and fundamental movement skills.Kalaja, S.; Jaakkola, T.; Watt, A., Liukkonen, J.; & Ommundsen, Y.2009European Physical Education Review1.1.
Skill-related differences between athletes and nonathletes in speed discrimination Thomson, Kaivo; Watt, Anthony; Liukkonen, Jarmo.2008Perceptual and Motor Skills1.1.Tallinna Ülikool, Terviseteaduste ja Spordi Instituut, Sporditeooria osakond, Spordibioloogia õppetool
Adopting Paivio’s Functional Role and Task Analysis Framework to Examine Imagery Use in Sport.Watt, A.; Spittle, M.; Jaakkola, T. T.; Morris, T.2008Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity1.2.
Issues in the Development of a Measure of Imagery Ability in Sport. Watt, A; Morris, T2004Journal of Mental Imagery1.2.