Doctor of Philosophy in Kinesiology (PhD) 
The application of transformational leadership to parenting and adolescent health promotion
University of Cambridge
Mark Beauchamp is a Professor in the School of Kinesiology at The University of British Columbia, Canada. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Birmingham (UK). His research primarily focuses on the social psychology of groups within health, exercise, and sport settings. He is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS). He is currently Associate Editor for Psychology and Health and is on the editorial boards for several other journals. He is also the Associate Dean for Research within the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia.
Peer-Leadership and Physical Literacy Intervention with Children
Group-based Physical Activity for Older Adults
Physical Activity and Health Promotion Interventions
Jackson, B. and Bray, S.R. and Beauchamp, M.R. and Howle, T.C.
Contemporary Advances in Sport Psychology: A Review 120-147
Dunlop, W.L. and Beauchamp, M.R.
Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 21 (2) 222-232
Jackson, B. and Knapp, P. and Beauchamp, M.R.
Sport Psychologist 23 (2) 203-232
Beauchamp, M.R. and Maclachlan, A. and Lothian, A.M.
Sport Psychologist 19 (2) 203-220
Beauchamp, M.R. and Whinton, L.C.
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 27 (2) 245-252
Eys, M.A. and Carron, A.V. and Beauchamp, M.R. and Bray, S.R.
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 25 (4) 534-550
Beauchamp, M.R. and Bray, S.R. and Eys, M.A. and Carron, A.V.
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 25 (1) 77-92
Eys, M.A. and Hardy, J. and Carron, A.V. and Beauchamp, M.R.
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 25 (1) 66-76