Matthews, N., Kilgour, L., Christian, P., Mori, K., & Hill, D.M. (2015). Understanding, evidencing and promoting adolescent wellbeing: An emerging agenda for schools,
Youth & Society;
47 (5) pp. 659-683. Published on-line January 2014, doi: 10.1177/0044118X13513590
Matthews, N., Christian, P., & Shire, J. (2013). Health literacy in schools: Prioritising health and well-being issues through the curriculum,
Sport, Education and Society. doi:10.1080/13573322.2013.769948
De Rossi, P.,
Matthews, N., MacLean, M., & Smith, H. (2012). Building a repertoire: Exploring the role of active play in improving physical literacy in children,
Revista Universitaria de la Educacion Fisica y el Deporte, No. 5 38-45.
Hill, D.M., Hanton, S.,
Matthews, N., & Fleming, S. (2011). Alleviation of choking under pressure in elite golf: An action research study.
The Sport Psychologist. 25, 465-488.
Hill, D.M., Hanton, S.,
Matthews, N., & Fleming, S. (2010). A qualitative exploration of choking in elite golf.
Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 4, 221-240.
Hill, D. M., Hanton, S.,
Matthews, N., & Fleming, S. (2010). Choking in sport: A review.
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 1, 24-39.
Hill, D.M., Hanton, S., Fleming, S., &
Matthews, N. (2009). A re-examination of choking in sport.
European Journal of Sports Science, 4, 203-212.
Henry, I. P. &
Matthews, N. (1998). Sport, Policy and European Union: the post-Maastricht agenda, in
An International Journal,
Matthews, N., Smith, H., Hill, D., & Kilgour, L. (in manuscript). Play, playwork and wellbeing, in W, Russell, H. Smith., & S. Lester (Eds)
Practiced-based research in children's play, University of Bristol, Policy Press. To be published 2016.
Matthews, N., & Crone, D. (2014). Enhancing the skills of students through the use of reflective practice in a physical activity and health curriculum, in Z. Knowles, D. Gilbourne, B. Cropley, & L. Dugdill (Eds)
Reflective practice in the sport and exercise sciences, London, Routledge, pp. 69-79.
Matthews, N. (2013).Sport, physical activity and play: A European perspective. In A. Parker & D. Vinson (Eds.),
Youth Sport, Physical Activity and Play: Policy, intervention and participation, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. pp. 27-39.
Matthews, N., Kilgour, L., & Davenport, T. (2013). Sport, physical activity and self-esteem. In A. Parker & D. Vinson (Eds.),
Youth sport, physical activity and play: Policy, intervention and participation, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. pp. 55-69.
Matthews, N., Fleming, S., & R. Jones (2013). Sociology for coaches, in R. L., Jones, M. Hughes, K., Kingston (Eds), An
introduction to sports coaching:
From science and theory to practice, London, Routledge. pp. 69-82.
Matthews, N. & Buswell, J. (2006). The case for adventure leisure management, in B. Humberstone (Eds),
Shaping the Outdoor Profession through Higher Education: creative diversity in outdoor studies courses in higher education in the UK, Penrith, Institute of Outdoor Learning, pp. 33-42.
Matthews, N. & Henry, I. P. (2001). Sport, leisure and EU regional policy: A case study of Merseyside, in C. Gratton & I. Henry (Eds.),
Sport in the city:
The role of sport in economic and social regeneration, London, Routledge, pp. 229-239.
Mills, C., &
Matthews, N. (2009). Review of tutor feedback during undergraduate dissertations: A case study, a practice paper for
Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education, Volume 8 (1) 117-123. DOI:10.3794/johlste.81.211
Matthews, N., Hill, D.M., & Hardman, J. (2008).
Welcome back: Understanding and actively supporting student progression for returning students, for the HEA Subject Centre Network Pedagogic Research and Development Fund.
Buswell, J., &
Matthews, N. (2004). Feedback on feedback! Encouraging students to read feedback: a University of Gloucestershire Case Study, a practice paper for
Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education, Volume 3, Number 1, pp. 59-65.