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I'm incredibly grateful to have contributed the following publications, university lectures, and international conference presentations, and to have collaborated with some of the top thought leaders in the field, from the United States to Australia. Areas include (a) mindfulness, (b) performance, (c) client-consultant relationships, (d) consultant best practices, (e) athletic injury, (f) teaching sport and performance psychology, and (g) ethics. Please contact me for more information about any item.

| INVITED BOOK CHAPTERS |

The following international publications were invited by the respective textbook editors:
Mannion, J., & Andersen, M. B. (2016). Interpersonal mindfulness for athletic coaches and other performance professionals. In A. Baltzell (Ed.), Mindfulness and performance. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Mannion, J.,
& Andersen, M. (2015). Mindfulness, therapeutic relationships, and neuroscience in applied exercise psychology. In M. B. Andersen & S. Hanrahan (Eds.), Doing exercise psychology. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.


Andersen, M. B., & Mannion, J. (2011). If you meet the Buddha on the football field – tackle him! In D. Gilbourne & M. B. Andersen (Eds.), Critical essays in applied sport psychology (pp. 173-192). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

| INVITED CONFERENCE, ASSOCIATION, & UNIVERSITY LECTURES |

The following lectures were invited by the respective faculty or staff:
Baltzell, A., Gardner, F., Haberl, P., Mannion, J., Moore, Z., & Newcomer-Appaneal, R. (2016, September 30). [Working title] Mindful relating: The techniqueless technique. Panelist and lecturer for a featured presentation, 5 in 5: Mindfulness in Practice, at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings), Phoenix, AZ, USA.

Mannion, J.
(2016, June 28). Good music doesn’t have an expiration date: Mindfulness as an instrument for enhanced performance & well-being. Lecture presented to the Los Angeles County Psychological Association’s (LACPA) Sport & Performance Psychology Special Interest Group, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

Mannion, J.
(2014, March 10). What kind of car do you drive?: Mindfulness as a vehicle of learning in educational alliances. Grant-contingent faculty workshop presented at the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning, Fontbonne University, St. Louis, MO, USA.


Mannion, J.
(2012, October 10). Sport psychology: Past, present, & future. Lecture presented in Essential Concepts in Health & Fitness (HES 119), Department of Human Environmental Sciences, Fontbonne University, St. Louis, MO, USA.


Mannion, J. (2012, March 8). Panel of psychology professionals. Panelist for the Psychology Club at Fontbonne University, St. Louis, MO, USA.

Mannion, J. (2011, April 19). When it hurts too bad to play: The psychology of athletic injury rehabilitation. Lecture presented in Introduction to Sports Injuries (PRO CR 11), Department of Kinesiology & Athletics, Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, CA, USA, via Skype videoconference.

Mannion, J. (2011, April 11). Sport psychology, interpersonal neurobiology, & neuromarketing. Lecture presented in Media Psychology (MC 449), Department of Mass Communications, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville, IL, USA.

Mannion, J. (2010, September 27). The immen$e power of branding psychology: Underpinnings and ethics. Lecture presented in Fundamentals of Advertising (MC 325), Department of Mass Communications, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville, IL, USA.
| REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS |

The following international conference workshops, lectures, and posters were accepted by blind peer-review (i.e., submissions were reviewed and accepted by associated research area experts):
Mannion, J. (2014, October 16). It's not brain surgery: Using neuroscience to inform practice, educate clients, & expand sport psychology service delivery to executives. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, p. 175), Las Vegas, NV, USA.

Mannion, J.,
& Day, C. (2013, October 5). What kind of car do you drive?: The relationship as a vehicle of positive change in collaborative alliances. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, p. 152), New Orleans, LA, USA.


Steffen, W., Woolsey, C., Mannion, J., Spradley, B., Evans, M. W., Beck, N., & Williams, R. (2013, October 4). Using evidence-based mindfulness programs to improve disorder eating: Understanding emotional and binge eating among athletes. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, pp. 99-100), New Orleans, LA, USA.

Andersen, M. B., Tremayne, P., Zizzi, S., & Mannion, J. (2011, September 22). Presence, attunement, and resonance times three: Mindfulness for athletes, practitioners, and supervisors. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, p. 96), Honolulu, HI, USA.

Mannion, J., & Woolsey, C. (2010, October 28). Teaching sport psychology in interdisciplinary environments: Challenges, opportunities, applications, and outreach. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, p. 172), Providence, RI, USA.

Divin, A.L., Woolsey, C., Mannion, J., & Hale, W.D. (2010, October 30). Is stress always bad for athletes’ health behaviors? Perception is the key. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, p. 82), Providence, RI, USA.

Mannion, J. (2009, September 17). “I was an athlete, too”: Sport psychologist self-disclosure in the service of the therapeutic relationship. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, p. 122), Salt Lake City, UT, USA.

Mannion, J. (2008, September 27). Raising healthy child-athletes: The “good-enough” parent and coach. Lecture presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, p. 39), St. Louis, MO, USA.

Mannion, J., Blakeley, M., Ahmed, R., Mansour, E., & Mansour, A. (2008, September 27). The torture and diaspora of Iraqi athletes under Saddam Hussein’s regime. Symposium presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, p. 22), St. Louis, MO, USA.

Mannion, J. (2008, September 25). The rise and fall of Uday Hussein as head of Iraqi sport: A psychosocial exploration. Lecture presented at the annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (Proceedings, pp. 26-27), St. Louis, MO, USA.

Mannion, J. (2002, October 20). Homophobia in sport: A conference conversation. Workshop presented at the national conference of the Australian College of Clinical Psychologists, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, NSW, Australia. Abstract published in proceedings.

Mannion, J. (2001, October 4). The stress-injury relationship: Anecdotes, research, and interventions. Paper presented at the national conference of the Australian College of Clinical Psychologists, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, NSW, Australia. Abstract published in proceedings.
 
Mannion, J. (2001, October 3 – 6). The predictive utility of competitive trait anxiety, social support, and daily hassles for athletic injury. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Orlando, FL, USA.

*Graduate school presentations: Mannion, J., & Graduate Peers (1999 – 2001). (a) Flow, (b) Coach – athlete communication, (c) A solution oriented approach to team interventions, (d) The Group Environment Questionnaire, (e) Attribution (explanatory) style and self-efficacy: Learned helplessness versus learned effectiveness, (f) Nonverbal communication, (g) Cognitive restructuring: How to make self-defeating beliefs self-enhancing, (h) Martial arts: A positive socialization of aggression, (i) Stress and injury vulnerability. Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, USA
| REFEREED PUBLICATIONS |

The following journal article was accepted by blind peer-review (i.e., manuscript submissions were reviewed and accepted by associated research area experts):
Mannion, J. (In progress). There is no ‘I’ in ‘me’: Buddhist psychology concepts of the self and athletic identity.

Mannion, J., & Blakeley, M. (In progress). A paper examining psychosocial aspects of the torture and diaspora of Iraqi athletes under Uday Hussein, including issues of post-traumatic stress.

Woolsey, C. L., LeNoir, C. S., Williams, R. D., Sean, D., Mannion, J., Evans, M. W., & Ramcharan, M. (September 29, 2015). Using positive motivation techniques to help people gain control of eating behaviors: A clinical review for building confidence and routines for a sustainable body transformation. Topics in Integrative Healthcare, 6(2). http://www.TIHCIJ.com

Woolsey, C., Mannion, J., Williams, R., Steffen, W., Aruguete, M. S., Evans, M. W., ... Beck, N. (2013). Understanding emotional and binge eating: From sports training to tailgating. The Sport Journal, 16. http://www.TheSportJournal.org
| NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS & CITED BLOG ENTRIES |
Mannion, J. (2010, June). Lakers’ Ron Artest, his psychiatrist, reaction, & sport psychology – an insider’s perspective. Cited in The Menninger Clinic blog at http://SayNoToStigma.com/2010/06/stigma-cant-stop-ron-artest/

Mannion, J. (2007, March). Raising healthy child athletes: The “good-enough” coach and parent. Swim Bike Run St. Louis, 20.

Mannion, J. (2006, November). When it hurts too bad to play: The psychology of injury and rehab. Swim Bike Run St. Louis, 10-11.

Mannion, J. (2006, September). Performance anxiety and arousal. Swim Bike Run St. Louis, 10-11.

Mannion, J. (2006, August). Sport psychology: What it is, what it isn’t, and how it may be helpful. Swim Bike Run St. Louis, 20.
 
 
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