This page lists some of my research publications. For a full updated list please use the links below:


Recent publications

1. Van Heezik, Y., & Brymer, E. (2018) Nature as a commodity: is what’s good for human health good for ecosystem health? Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1673. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01673
2. Sharma-Brymer, V. Brymer, E., Bland, D. & Davids, K. Australian primary school children’s perspectives of affordances in nature. Curriculum Perspectives. 10.1007/s41297-018-0052-z
3. Danijela Kuna, Eric Brymer, Keith Davids, Dragan Marinkovic (2018) Task constraints patterns in acquisition of the basic turn as implemented by international expert ski coaches. kinesiologia slovenica, 24 91), 28-34
4. Tuomas Juhani Immonen, Eric Brymer, Keith Davids, Jarmo Olavi Liukkonen, Timo Tapio Jaakkola (2018) An Ecological Conceptualisation of Extreme Sports. Frontiers in Psychology
5. Houge Mackenzie, S. & Brymer, E. (2018) Conceptualising adventurous nature sport: A positive psychology perspective. Annals of Leisure Research.
6. Schweitzer, R, Glab, H. & Brymer E. (2018) The human-nature relationship: a phenomenological-relational perspective. Frontiers in Psychology.
7. Dominic Orth, Keith Davids, Jia Yi Chow, Eric Brymer, Ludovic Seifert (2018) Behavioural repertoire influences the rate and nature of learning in climbing: Implications for individualised learning design in preparation for extreme sports participation, Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 949
8. Feletti, F and Brymer (2018) Injury in Kite buggying: The role of the ‘out of buggy experience’ Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research
9. Feletti, F. & Brymer, E. (2018). Pediatric and Adolescent Injury in Skateboarding. Research in Sports Medicine, 26(1), 129-149
10. Sharma-Brymer, V., Brymer, E., Gray, T., & Davids, K., (2018) Affordances guiding Forest School practice: The application of the Ecological Dynamics approach. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education. 21(1), 103-115

11. Brymer, E. & Schweitzer, R. (2017) Phenomenology and the extreme sports experience, Routledge.
12. Arijs, C., Chroni, S., Brymer, E., & Carless, D. (2017) ‘Leave your ego at the door’: A narrative investigation into effective wingsuit flying. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1985
13. Holmbom, M., Brymer, E., & Schweitzer, E. (2017) Transformations through Proximity Flying: A Phenomenological Investigation, Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1831.
14. Fabjanski, M. & Brymer, E. (2017) Enhancing health and wellbeing through immersion in nature: A conceptual perspective combining the Stoic and Buddhist traditions. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1573.
15. Feletti F., Aliverti A., Henjum M., Tarabini M., & Brymer E. (2017). Incidents and Injuries in Foot-Launched Flying Extreme Sports. Aerospace Medicine & Human Performance. 88(11), 1016-23
16. Yeh, HP., Stone, JA., Churchill, SM., Brymer, E. & Davids, K. (2017) Physical and emotional benefits of different exercise environment designed for treadmill running. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14 (7), p. 75
17. Lawton, E., Brymer, E., Clough, P. & Denovan, A. (2017) The relationship between the physical activity environment, nature relatedness, anxiety and the psychological wellbeing benefits of regular exercisers, Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1058.
18. Peacock, S., Brymer, E., Davids, K., & Dillon, M. (2017) An ecological dynamics perspective on adventure tourism. Tourism Review International, 21, (3), 307-316
19. Immonen, T., Brymer, E., Orth, D., Davids, K., Feletti, F., Liukkonen, J., & Jaakkola, T (2017) Understanding action and adventure sports participation – An ecological dynamics perspective. Sports Medicine 3:18 DOI 10.1186/s40798-017-0084-1 (IF: 6.8)
20. Brymer, E, & Schweitzer, R, D. (2017) Evoking the Ineffable: The phenomenology of extreme sports, Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice 4(1):63-74
21. Peacock, S., & Brymer, E. (In Press). Facilitating Mental Health. In H.C. Filho Eds. Encyclopedia of the UN sustainable development goals: Good health and wellbeing. Springer.
22. Sharma-Brymer, V., Gray, T., & Brymer, E. (2018) Sport Participation to Create a Deeper Environmental Identity with Pro-environmental Behaviors. In McCullough, B. P., & Kellison, T. B. (Eds.). Routledge Handbook on Sport, Sustainability and the Environment. (p 330-339) NY: Routledge

23. Brymer E., & Davids K, (2016) Designing environments to enhance physical activity and psychological wellbeing. Sports Medicine, 46(7), 925-926 (IF: 6.8)
24. Davids, K., Araujo, D. & Brymer, E. (2016) Designing affordances for physical activity: An ecological dynamics perspective. Sports Medicine 46(7), 933-938 (IF: 6.8)
25. Clough, P., Houge McKenzie, S., Mallabon, E., & Brymer, E. (2016) Adventurous physical activity environments: a mainstream intervention for mental health, Sports Medicine. 46(7). pp. 963-968 (IF: 6.8)
26. Yeh, HP., Stone, JA, Churchill, S., Wheat, J., Davids, K., & Brymer, E. (2016) Physical, psychological and emotional benefits of green exercise: an ecological dynamics perspective, Sports Medicine 46(7). pp. 947-953 (IF: 6.8)
27. Martyn, P., & Brymer, E. (2016) The relationship between nature relatedness and anxiety. Journal of Health Psychology, 21 (7) 1436-1445 (Impact Factor: 1.826 | Ranking: Psychology, Clinical 50 out of 111 | 5-Year Impact Factor:2.175 | 5-Year Ranking: Psychology, Clinical 49 out of 111)
28. Seifert, L., Brymer, E., Orth, D. & Davids, K. (2016) Ecological dynamics approach of motor control & learning in extreme sports, F. Feletti (Ed.) Extreme Sports Medicine, Springer (p. 365-383)
29. Brymer, E. & Houge Mackenzie, S. (2016) Psychology and the Extreme Sport Experience, In F. Feletti (Ed.) Extreme Sports Medicine, Springer (p. 3-14)