HND MMU., BSc(Hons) MMU., MSc MMU
Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand (SESNZ).
Dan joined Unitec Institute of Technology in 2007 from the UK where he was a lecturer at Bournemouth University. Dan's primary lecturing responsibilities are in the areas of Sport and Exercise Psychology, and Athlete Identity and Well-being.
Dan is currently studying for his PhD with AUT University. His research focuses on young high performance athletes; specially investigating motivation and its relationship with coach and parent influences, and the rugby academy environment. Dan also works as a mental skills trainer through his company, Ultimate Performance. He works with various high performance athletes and teams providing mental skills consultancy.
Outside of work, Dan likes to stay fit with running, cycling and gym workouts. He also enjoys fishing, swimming and scuba diving. This all has to fit around his number one priority, his family; wife Sonya and son Tasman.
Thompson, K., Stamp, D., Sieuw, M., Nash, S., & Ferkins, L. (2016). A Learning Journey: Unintended and Liberating Consequences of an Integrated Teaching Experience in Sport Science. Heather Hamerton and Cath Fraser. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, Te Tipuranga - Growing Capability. National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference.
Walters, S., Schluter, P., Stamp, D., Thomson, R., & Payne, D. (2016). Coaches and Referees' Perspectives of Sideline Behaviour in Children's Team Sports: A Cross-sectional Study. International Journal of Sport Management, Recreation & Tourism (Vol. 23).
Ferkins, L., Nash, S., Sieuw, M., Stamp, D., & Thompson, K. (2015). A learning journey: Unintended and liberating consequences of an integrated teaching experience in sport science. National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, Tauranga.
Stamp, D., Walters, S., Minjares, V., & Whatman, C. (2015). Changing sideline behaviours and enhancing sport participation: The Good Sport project. Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITP) Sport Research Symposium, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.
Stamp, D. J. (2013). Understanding secondary school athlete motivation and success: Implications for coaching behaviours. Physical Education New Zealand National Conference, Wellington.
Stamp, D. J. (2012). I Teach Alone or We Teach Together: Exploring Team Teaching and Impact on Teacher Identity. Unitec Teaching and Learning Symposium, Auckland.