CV Natalia Stambulova - WCE - Sweden 2019

CURRICULUM VITAE NATALIA STAMBULOVA, PhD Professor in Sport & Exercise Psychology School of Health and Welfare Halmstad University, Sweden PERSONAL: Born: July 25, l952 Leningrad (St.-Petersburg), USSR (Russia) Married, one child Office: Box 823, 301 18 Halmstad, Sweden. Direct phone: +46-35-167-237. Fax: +46-35-167-264 e-mail: natalia.stambulova@hh.se Home Address & Phone: Ormbunksvägen, 1 302 44 Halmstad, Sweden Phone: +46-35-178815 EDUCATION & DEGREES: Secondary school diploma. Graduated with Honors, Secondary School # 344, Leningrad, USSR.

Diploma of High Education. With honors in Education (Physical Education and Sports).

The P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport, 1970-1974. Leningrad, USSR. PhD Degree in Developmental Psychology: Leningrad State University, Leningrad, USSR, May 19, 1978. Approved by The Central Certification Commission (VAK), Moscow, USSR in November, 1978. Thesis: “Longitudinal Study of Motor and Cognitive Development of the 8-12 Years Old Schoolchildren”.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 2 PhD (advanced) Degree: The P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sports, St.-Petersburg, Russia, October 26, 1999. Approved by the Central Certification Commission (VAK), Moscow, Russia in January, 2000. Thesis: “Psychology of Athletic Career”. PRESENT POSITIONS: Professor in Sport & Exercise Psychology School of Health and Welfare Halmstad University, Sweden Visiting Professor (10%) Institute of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark PREVIOUS/CURRENT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES: Guest Professor (part-time; funded by the Danish Ministry of Culture) Institute of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark Working group on developing Swedish Dual Career (RIU/EVL) Guidelines: a member, 2016-present.

International Advisory Board member at the Research Center “Health and Team Sports” at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark – 2011-present EU Ad-Hoc Group of Experts on Athletes’ Dual Careers; a member, 2011–12. Advisory Board member for evaluating research at the faculty of Sport Sciences at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. November, 2010. Advisory Board member. Sony Ericsson WTA Tours. 2007–2009. Expert/adviser within the taskforce group on the Sony Ericsson WTA Tours. JuneDecember 2006.

Professor, Department of Psychology, the P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport, St-Petersburg, Russia.

1996–2001. Professor (part-time), Department of Psychology, The St.-Petersburg International University. St-Petersburg, Russia. 2000–2001. Career/Performance Enhancement Consultant (part-time), to junior athletes, studentathletes, elite senior athletes, including Olympic figure skating competitors, retiring/retired

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 3 athletes, coaches from different sports, and physical education teachers, St-Petersburg, Russia. 1990–2001. School Psychologist (part-time), St.-Petersburg secondary school # 588, 1992–2001. Professor (part-time), Department of Psychology, The St.-Petersburg Institute of International Affairs, Economics and Law, St.-Petersburg, Russia. 1998–2000. Senior Adviser (part-time), The Foundation “St.-Petersburg-2004”–The Bidding Committee of St.-Petersburg for hosting the 2004 Olympic Games. Deputy Editor of the St.-Petersburg Candidature Book for the International Olympic Committee.

1995–1997. Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, The P.F.Lesgaft State Institute of Physical Education & Sports, Leningrad, USSR. 1986–1996.

Lecturer, Department of Psychology, The P.F. Lesgaft State Institute of Physical Education and Sport, Leningrad, USSR. 1977–1986. Doctoral Student, Department of Psychology, the P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport (in cooperation with Faculty of Psychology of Leningrad State University), Leningrad, USSR, 1974–1977. ADDITIONAL RELATED TRAINING International Visitors’ Program of the United States Department of State “Women and Sport”, USA: Atlanta, Washington DC, New-York. June 2002.

Professional Research, the Research Institute for Olympic Sports, Jyväskylä, Finland.

November 1999; July-August 2000. Professional Research, Leipzig University, Germany. June 1998 and June 1999. Professional Research, Staffordshire University, UK. December1994. Professional Research, the American College of Sports Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, USA. International Scholar of the ACSM. One month scholarship in June 1993. NLP, the Centre of Family, Vladimir, Russia. 7-day seminar. 1991. Communication Skills, the P.F. Lesgaft State Institute of Physical Education and Sport, Leningrad, USSR. 7-day seminar, 1990.

General, Developmental, Educational and Sport Psychology, the Faculty of Psychology, Leningrad State University. Four month professional continuous education courses during each of the years: 1981, 1986, 1991. TEACHING AND SUPERVISION EXPERINCES

  • Natalia Stambulova, PhD 4 Teaching Experiences
  • Sport and exercise psychology courses for different levels of students: 1977–present.
  • Personality theories, developmental and social psychology for undergraduate students: 1977– present.
  • Qualitative research (for master’s and PhD students): 2009–present.
  • Specialized courses developed: 1. Applied Sport Psychology (for undergraduate students). Halmstad University: 2012– present. 2. Career Development and Transitions in Sport: An International Perspective in Theory and Practice (for undergraduate students). Halmstad University: 2007–present. 3. How to Work in Applied Sport Psychology (for master’s students). Halmstad University: 2002–present.

4. Sport Psychology in Russia and in the West: a Comparison of Systems of Sport Psychology Knowledge. The P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport (for graduate students): Spring 2001. 5. Psychology of Sports Career (for graduate students).The P. F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport: 1995–2001. 6. Psychology of Healthy Life Style (for undergraduate and graduate students).The P. F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport:1997–2001. 7. Developmental Psycho-pedagogy of Physical Education and Sport (for undergraduate students). The P.

F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport: 1992-1997. Invited Lectures 1. University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (2018). 2. University of Denver, CO, USA (2017). 3. Catholic University in Milan, Milan, Italy (2017). 4. Liverpool John Moore University, Liverpool, UK (2017). 5. The University of Rome “Foro Italico”, Italy, 2014 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology).

6. Southern Denmark University, Odense, Denmark (2015, 2016). 7. Lund University, Sweden, 2013 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology). 8. Århus University, Denmark, 2011. 9. Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium, 2010 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology). 10.University of West Virginia, Morgantown, WV, USA, 2009, 2011. 11.University Montpellier 1, France, 2009 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology).

12.Technological University of Lisbon, Portugal, 2007, 2008 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology), 2013.

13.University of Thessaly, Trikala, Greece, 1998, 2007 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology), 2010, 2011. 14.College of Physical Education, Taipei, Taiwan, 2006.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 5 15.Växjö University, Sweden, 2005. 16. University of Copenhagen, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2011 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology). 17. University of Barcelona, Spain, 2004 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology). 18. Latvian Academy of Physical Education and Sports, Riga, Latvia, 2002, 2006. 19. Göteborg University, Sweden, 2002, 2003, 2004. 20. Vrije University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands 2002, 2012 (both - within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology); 2009 (supervision workshop).

21. University of Umeå, Sweden, 2001, 2002, 2010.

22. University of Jyväskylä, Finland, 1997, 2000, 2003 (the latter: within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology). 23. Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK, 1999. 24. Leipzig University, Leipzig, Germany, 1998, 1999, 2006 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s in Sport & Exercise Psychology), 2015 (within the Intensive Course of the European Master’s Mundus Program) 25. Moscow Academy of Physical Education. Malakhovka, Russia, 1997. 26. Norwegian University of Sport and Physical Education, Oslo, Norway, 1996. 27. Hord-Trondelag University College, Levanger, Norway, 1996.

28. Miami University in Oxford, OH, USA, 1996. 29. Frostburg State University, MA, USA, 1996. 30. North Carolina State University in Greensboro, NC, USA, 1996. 31. Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, UK, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1999. 32. Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden, l992. 33. St. Petersburg University of Pedagogical Skills, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1991, 1993, 1996. 34. St. Petersburg (Leningrad) State University, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1986, 1991, 1994, 1998. 35. The Russian State University of Physical Education and Sports, Moscow, Russia, 1990, 1995. 36. Pyongyang Institute of Physical Education, Pyongyang, North Korea, 1988.

Supervision Experiences Doctoral students (names and years of PhD official approvals): 1. Natalia Latysheva, the P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport, St.- Petersburg, Russia (co-supervisor, 1996) 2. Marina Shibalkina, the P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport, St.- Petersburg, Russia (co-supervisor, 1997) 3. Elena Hvatskaya, the P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport, St.- Petersburg, Russia (main supervisor, 1997) 4. Anna Cheremnyh, the P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport, St.- Petersburg, Russia (main supervisor, 1998) 5.

Natalia Ilyina, the P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport, St.-Petersburg, Russia (main supervisor, 1999) 6. Tatiana Sevastianihina, the P.F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport, St.- Petersburg, Russia (main supervisor, 2000)

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 6 7. Kristoffer Henriksen, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark (co-supervisor, 2010) 8. Anke Reints, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belguim (Guidance Committee member, 2011) 9. Andreas Ivarsson, Halmstad University, Halmstad, Sweden (co-supervisor, 2015) 10. Alina Franck, Halmstad University, Halmstad, Sweden (main supervisor, 2018) 11. Likas Linnér, Halmstad University, Halmstad, Sweden (in progress) 12. Johan Ekengren, Halmstad University, Halmstad, Sweden (in progress) 13. Robert Book, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark (co-supervisor, in progress) Master’s students (names, countries, and years of graduation): 1.

Vera Kuznetcova (Russia) (2001) 2. Vladimir Lukianov (Russia) (2001) 3. Johan Ekengren (Sweden) (2003) 4. Malin Anttonen Sweden) (2004) 5. Elin Josefsson (Sweden) (2004) 6. Sofie Tibbling (Sweden) (2004) 7. Tijl Rimbaut (Belgium) (2004) 8. Louise Andersen (Sweden/Denmark) (2004) 9. Elisabeth Persson (Sweden) (2005) 10. Daniel Mavroidis (Sweden) (2005) 11. Caroline Klingener (Sweden) (2005) 12. Martina Roos (Sweden/Finland) (2005) 13. Fredrik Weibull (Sweden) (2006) 14. Ingela Alvmyren (Sweden) (2006) 15. Afshin Shakiba (Sweden) (2006) 16. Christophe Indigne (Belgium) (2006) 17. Jenna Gestranius (Sweden/Finland) (2008) 18.

Tobias Richard (Sweden) (2008) 19. Erika Alge (Sweden) (2008) 20. Alina Franck (Sweden) (2009) 21. Ingeborge Kreuze (The Netherlands) (2009) 22. Mikael Wallsbeck (Sweden) (2009) 23. Lucia Christensen (Sweden) (2010) – the national best of the year (SVEBI) 24. Christoffer Eriksson (Sweden) (2010) 25. Jonas Moquist (Sweden) (2010) 26. Cecilia Engström (Sweden) (2011) – the national best of the year (SVEBI) 27. Lukas Linnér (Sweden) (2011) 28. Istvan Moldovan (Sweden) (2011) 29. Simon Roness (Sweden) (2011) 30. Ellinor Kello (Sweden) (2011) 31. Elin Sandström (Sweden) (2012) 32. Sebastian Dorling (Sweden) (2012) 33.

Linus Jonsson (Sweden) (2012) 34. Rósa Björk Sigurgeirsdóttir (Iceland) (2013) 35. David Olausson (Sweden) (2014)

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 7 36. Jasper Vallmark Jansson (Sweden) (2014) 37. Ulrika Billme (Sweden) (2014) 38. Christoffer Sundell (Sweden) (2015) 39. Isabell Jokiaho (Sweden) (2015) 40. Amanda Idén Nordin (Sweden) (2015) 41. Mattias Dahl (Sweden) (2015) 42. Sebastian Pehrson (Sweden) (2016) 43. Levke Spinger (EM MUNDUS student, Greece/Germany – 2016) 44. Mikael Felding (Denmark – in progress) 45. Ellinor Söderlund (Sweden – in progress) RESEARCH EXPERIENCES Main area of expertise: Developmental sport psychology and particularly athletes’ career development, transitions, crises, dual career, and lifestyle management.

On-Going and Recent Research Projects ERASMUS + Sport Project “ECO-DC” or “Ecology of dual career”. 2018-19. IOC funded project “Development and evaluation of training modules for dual career support providers: A European pilot”. 2017-18.

ERASMUS + Sport Project “B-Wiser” or “Be a Winner In elite Sport and Employment before and after athletic Retirement”. 2017-19. ERASMUS + EU funded project “Sport Psychology as a Strategic Tool for Prevention and Training on Grassroots Sports”. 13 partners are involved. 2016-17 (completed) ERASMUS + EU funded project “Gold in Education and Elite Sport”. Nine countries are involved. Swedish partner – The Swedish Sports Confederation. 2015-2016 (completed) Careers in the Canadian National Hockey League (NHL). Invited to contribute to the project led by Prof. Robert Schinke, Laurentian University, Canada.

2014-present.

Career transitions and cultural adaptation in sport: Investigating the underlying psychological mechanisms. Joint research project led by Dr. Tatiana Ryba, KIHU, Finland, 2012–present. Transition to Olympic Training Centers in the United States. Invited as a career transition expert to advice project led by Prof. Artur Poczwardowski, University of Denver, USA and the US Colorado Springs Olympic Training Centre. 2012–present.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 8 Athletes’ transition from junior to senior sports: Halmstad longitude (together with PhD student Alina Franck).

The project supervisor. 2007–17 (completed) Dual careers of Swedish University student-athletes (together with PhD student Lukas Linnér). The project supervisor. 2014 – present. Careers of Swedish handball players: An empirical model and a psychological support system. (together with PhD student Johan Ekengren). The project supervisor. 2015 – present. Recently Finalized International Research Projects 1. Meta-transitions in the process of Olympic preparation of Canadian Olympic Boxing Team. Invited as a career transition expert to advise the project led by Prof. Robert Schinke, Laurentian University, Canada.

2013-2014. One peer-reviewed journal publication in 2014. 2. Dual career experiences of national elite sport schools (RIG) student-athletes in Sweden. The project leader; in collaboration with the Swedish Sports Confederation. 2010–2013. One peerreviewed journal publication in 2015.

3. Athletic talent development environment: A holistic ecological perspective. Joint project with Dr. Kristoffer Henriksen and Dr. Kaya Roessler, Southern Denmark University, Odense, Denmark. 2006–2011. Three peer-reviewed journal publications in 2010-11. 4. Origin of the applied sport psychology in the USSR/Russia and North America. Joint research project with Professor, Dr. Craig Wrisberg, University of Tennessee, USA and Dr. Tatiana Ryba, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 2001–2009. Three peer-reviewed journal publications in 2005, 2006 and 2009.

5. European perspectives on athletic retirement.

Joint research project with Prof. Dorothee Alfermann, Leipzing University, Germany, Dr. Aiste Zemaityte, Vilnius State University, Lithuania, and Dr. Yannick Stephan, Paris XI University, France. 2002–2009. Three peer-reviewed journal publications in 2004, 2007 and 2009. External Research Grants 2017-19 - ERASMUS + Sport Project “B-Wiser” or “Be a Winner In elite Sport and Employment before and after athletic Retirement”. Fifteen partners are involved. 22 000 € allocated to me. 2016-17 – ERASMUS + Sport Project “Sport Psychology as a Strategic Tool for Prevention and Training on Grassroots Sports”.

Thirteen EU partners are involved. Swedish Coordinator with 9000 € allocated to me.

2015-16 – ERASMUS + Project “Gold in Education and Elite Sport” financed by EC. Nine EU partners are involved. Swedish part is 51 533 € (divided 50:50 between me and the Swedish Sports Confederation).

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 9 2015-17 – Centre for Sports Research (CIF), Stockholm, Sweden: 300 000 SEK grant for financing for one full-time PhD student on a career topic (Johan Ekengren) 2010–12 – Swedish Sports Confederation (RF) research grant. 250 000 SEK for research project: “Dual Career experiences of the first year RIG athletes”; the project leader.

2007–11 – Centre for Sports Research (CIF), Stockholm, Sweden. 400 000 SEK for research project: “Athletes’ transition from junior to senior sports: A longitudinal study”; the project leader. 2004–07 – Centre for Sports Research (CIF), Stockholm, Sweden. 245 000 SEK for research project: “Perceived health and sport/exercise participation”; the project leader. 1994–95 – “Cultural Initiative” (Soros) Fund, St.-Petersburg, Russia. 5000 USD to develop the topic “Psychology of athletic career”; the project leader.

Doctoral Exam Committee Member/Official Opponent/External Reviewer for Research Applications 2017: Vrije University Brussels, Belgium (PhD exam committee member for Janja Tevkac). 2016: Vrije University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (PhD exam committee member for Vana Hutter) 2014: Assessment Committee member to evaluate Stiliani Chroni for the position of Professor in coaching psychology at University of Hedmark, Norway. 2013: Assessment Committee member to evaluate Reinhard Stelter for the position of Professor in coaching psychology at University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

2013: External reviewer for FWO (Research Foundation Flanders, Belgium) on the project “The dual career of talented and elite athletes: From European guidelines to a holistic 'dual career' model”.

2013: Gothenburg University (PhD exam committee member for Torbjörn Josefsson). 2012: Norwegian University of Sports (evaluation of Bård Erlend Solstad - a candidate for doctoral studies). 2012: University of Technology, Sydney, Australia (opponent for the doctoral dissertation of Megan Stronach).

2011: Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium (examiner for the doctoral exam of Anke Reints) 2010: Victoria University, Melbourn, Australia (examiner for the doctoral exam of Tarah Kavanagh) 2008: Norwegian University of Sports (Elza Kristiansen; first year doctoral exam)

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 10 2007: Norwegian University of Sports (evaluation of three candidates for doctoral studies) 2006: Norwegian University of Sports (Cyprian Maro; first year doctoral exam) 1996 – 2001: Member of psychology PhD exam (permanent) Committee at the P. F. Lesgaft State University of Physical Education and Sport, St.-Petersburg, Russia.

PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES AND CONGRESSES: 1. The Nordic Sport Science Conference – “The Double-Edged Sword of Sport: Health Promotion vs. Unhealthy Environments”. Chair and panel moderator for invited symposium “Elite athletes’ vocational development: European perspectives”. Halmstad, Sweden, November 22-23, 2017. 2. The 32nd Annual Conference of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology. Presenter at the symposium “Interpersonal relationships with a teammate, coach, partners, and parents: Isn’t achievement in sports complicated enough already?”, presentation title: “Athletes’ relationship crises: Case examples and resolution strategies”, co-presenter (with R.

Battochio and R.J. Schinke) with a lecture “Coping strategies and resources in the National Hockey League: An inductive thematic analysis with Canadian professional ice-hockey players”. Orlando, FL, October 18-21, 2017.

3. The 14th ISSP World Congress of Sport Psychology. Organizer and presenter at Glencross Workshop, organizer and presenter at the symposium “Innovations in athlete career research: Young scholars’ presentations and mentors’ panel”, presenter at the invited symposium on transnational mobility and acculturation in sport, co-author of several presentations of my PhD students, official discussant at 3 symposia. Seville, Spain, July 10-14, 2017. 4. International Seminar “Regional Centre for Dual Career Policy and Advocacy”, Keynote speaker with the topic: “Dual careers in Nordic countries: Challenges, research and implementation”.

Milan, Italy, March 23, 2017.

5. AASP Webinar “Career transitions in sport: New trends in research and practice”. Keynote speaker. February 22, 2017. 6. International Seminar on GEES project. Invited speaker with the topic: “GEES: Lessons Learned and cations taken in Sweden”. Brussels, Belgium, December, 2016. 7. The 31st Annual Conference of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology. Organizer and presenter at the symposium “Dual career in sport and education: Context-driven research in North America and Europe”; presentation (with L. Linnér and J. Ekengren) “Dual career competences of Swedish high school athletes”.

Presenter at the invited FEPSAC symposium with the topic: “Juniorto-senior transition: Insights from European research”. Presenter at the symposium on

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 11 internationalization of sport psychology education (together with U. Johnson, L. Linnér and J.Ekengren). Phoenix, AZ, USA, September 28-October 1, 2016. 8. Annual Conference of the European Athlete as Student Network (EAS). Keynote speaker with the topic: “Psychology of dual career: European perspectives and insights”. Rovaniemi, Finland, September 15-17, 2016. 9. The XVI Brazilian Congress and the ISSP Regional Conference. Invited speaker with the topic: “Olympic Games as career transitions”. Belo Horizonte, Brazil, April, 13-15, 2016. 10. International Seminar “Gold in Education and Elite Sport”.

Keynote speaker with the topic: “What is a dual career scenario turns into a crisis-scenario: Application of the Mobilization model”. Barcelona, Spain, April 5, 2016.

11. The National Taiwan Sports University. Invited speaker at the international round table discussion on the “Future of sport and exercise psychology”. Taichung City, Taiwan, October 30, 2015. 12. The All-Chinese Congress of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Athletes’ career transitions. Theories, research and assistance”. Taichung City, Taiwan, November 1, 2015. 13. The 2015 Korean National Sport University International Conference. Invited speaker with the topic: Athletes’ transitions into, within and out of elite sports”. Seoul, South Korea. October 29, 2015.

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The 30th Annual Conference of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology. A chair and a presenter at the invited International Symposium “The 50th anniversary of the International Society of Sport psychology – Towards cultural epistemology of knowledge in international sport psychology”. Presentation: “The 50th anniversary of the ISSP: Bridging the past with the present and the future with the present”. Indianapolis, IN. October 2015. 15. The 14th FEPSAC European Congress of Sport Psychology. Organizer of the symposium “New trends in career transition research and practice”, presentations: “Reducing a ‘chaos in the brickyard’: From traditional to emerging trends in career transition research and practice”, “From the Swedish dual career model to a national digital system of dual career support services” (with L.

Linnér), “Injury as a career transition: Experiences of a Swedish elite handball player” (with A. Ivarsson and U. Johnson), “Cultural transitions and adaptation in a transnational athletic career” (with T. Ryba, N. Ronkainen, J. Bundgaard and H. Selänne). Presenter at the invited symposium on athletes’ dual careers: “Searching for an optimal balance: Reflections on the Swedish national dual career project” (L. Linnér). Presenter at the invited ISSP symposium: “Towards culturally informed knowledge in athlete career research: The ISSP project on Athletes’ Careers across Cultures”, Presenter at the symposium on applied sport psychology supervision: “Halmstad applied sport psychology supervision model in action: A case of an elite Swedish golfer” (with U.

Johnson and L. Linnér). Discussant at two symposia: dual career-2 (organizer N. Debois) and athletic retirement (organizer D. Alfermann). Bern, Switzerland, July 2015.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 12 16. The 8th World Congress of Science and Football. Member of the Scientific Committee. Invited speaker with the topic: “New trends in career/talent development research: Implications to football”. Copenhagen, Denmark, May 2015. 17. International Seminar “Athletes’ dual careers”. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Dual career research and assistance: International and Swedish perspectives”. Umeå, Sweden. May 2015. 18. International Seminar “A bridge from the past to the future” on the 50th anniversary of the ISSP. A chair of the invited symposium “New trends in career transition research”, presenter with a topic: “New trends in career transition research: Contribution of the ISSP projects”.

Rome, Italy, April, 2015.

19. “Mental Strength” Congress. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Helping clients in career transitions: Insights from sport psychology research and practice”, a leader of the workshop “To plan or not to plan? The five-step career planning”. Heidelberg, Germany. November, 2014. 20. International Seminar for football coaches. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Athletes’ careers and the junior-to-senior transition”; a leader of the workshop: “Players’ junior-to-senior transition: Get ready for changes”. Odense, Denmark. August, 2014.

21. The Sport Psychology Conference of the Mexican Society of Sport Psychology.

Invited symposium presentation: “Athletic Performance within a Career Context”. Toluca, Mexico. May 2014. 22. The VII International UPO Conference of Sport Psychology. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Athletes’ dual careers: From the European Guidelines to the Swedish dual career model”. Seville, Spain. March, 2014. 23. The 28th Annual Conference of Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). Leader of the workshop “Towards cultural praxis of athletes’ careers” (together with Tatiana Ryba), two symposia presentations: “Acculturation as a transition: Mutual insights for career transition and acculturation research in sport psychology” and “Towards culturally competent research and practice in sport and exercise psychology” (T.

Ryba, G. Si, and R. Schinke) New Orleans, LA. October 2013. 24. The 13th World (ISSP) Congress of Sport Psychology. Member of the Scientific Committee. The Glencross workshop leader: “Athletes’ careers across cultures” (with T. Ryba), an organizer of the symposium “Athletes’ careers through the lens of different research methodologies”, presentations: “Career research in flux: To better future based on lessons learned from the past and the present”, Swedish athletes’ transition from junior to senior sports: A quantitative longitudinal study (with A. Franck), organizer of the symposium “In a different voice: Women’s careers in sport and exercise psychology” (with T.

Ryba), presentation: “Sport psychology in Europe – Women’s perspective” (with D. Alfermann), an organizer of the symposium “Athletes’ careers across cultures: The ISSP project” (with T. Ryba), presentation “Towards cultural praxis of athletes’ careers” (with T. Ryba), presenter at the invited symposium on dual careers: “How to become a

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 13 winner in the long-run? Dual career experiences of Swedish adolescent athletes” (with C. Engström, A. Franck, & L. Linnér). Beijing, China. July 2013. 25. The 6th Conference for Youth Sport. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Athletes’ dual careers: From European Guidelines to national dual career models”. Bled, Slovenia. December 2012. 26. The 2nd International Sport Psychology Symposium “Mental training strategies and methods”. Invited workshop leader “Life skills for junior soccer players” (together with Antoinette Minniti). Dubai, AE, September, 2012.

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The 27th AASP Conference. A chair and organizer (together with Tatiana Ryba) of the symposium “Athletes’ careers across cultures”; presentation: “Athletes’ careers in Russia: Between 1980 Moscow and 2014 Sochi Olympic Games”. Symposium presentation: “Swedish athletes’ transition and adaptation during the first year at national elite sport schools”. Atlanta, GA, October, 2012. 28. The Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust International Scientific Symposium. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Conceptual model for assistance in career transitions”. Hong-Kong, November 2011.

29. The 6th ASPASP Congress. Invited symposium speaker with a topic: “Conceptual model for assistance in career transitions: Basic tenets and application”. Taipei, Taiwan, November 2011. 30. The 13th European Congress of Sport Psychology (FEPSAC). Chair and organizer of two symposia: “New Trends in the Career Transition Research” and “Talent development and career development topics in sport psychology: Two liquids in one bottle or the same liquid in two bottles?” Symposia presentations: “Major trends in the career transition topic: A meta-review”; “Career development and transitions topic in sport psychology” (with P.

Wylleman and M. Torregrosa); “From a metareview to the conceptual model for assistance in career transitions”; Athletes’ careers across cultures: An impact of the cultural turn” (with T. Ryba); “How to manage the dual roles of teacher and supervisor: Halmstad supervision model” (with U. Johnson). Funchal/Madeira, Portugal, July 2011.

31. The 25th AASP Conference. A chair and organizer of the symposium “Helping athletes in career transitions: Perspectives of American and European consultants”; presentation: “Career transitions interventions: Are they theoretically grounded and culturally informed?” Providence, RI, October 2010. 32. International Conference “Dual career”. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Why a dual career? Considerations based on career development research in sport psychology”. Stockholm, Sweden, August, 2010.

33. International Congress of Sport Psychology organized by the Brazilian Association of Sport Psychology.

Keynote speaker with the topic: “Career assistance interventions”. Florianopolis, Brazil, June 2010.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 14 34. The 24th AASP Conference. Symposium presentation: “Career metaphors as frameworks to describe career assistance to athletes as a professional culture”. Salt-Lake City, UT, USA. September 2009. 35. The International Congress of Sport and Exercise Psychology organized by INSEP in association with 40th anniversary of FEPSAC. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Career assistance to athletes: A look through contrasting lenses of career metaphors”. Paris, France. July, 2009. 36. The 12th World (ISSP) Congress of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Glencross workshop leader: “New tool for career assistance: The five-step career planning strategy”; Chair/organizer of the symposium: “Career development and transition research: An international perspective”.

Presenter and discussant at the symposium “Providing assistance in athletes’ career development and transitions”; presentation: “Career development and transitions of athletes. The ISSP Position Stand” (with D. Alfermann, T. Statler, & J. Côté); presentation at the symposium on cultural issues: “From national to cultural studies in career development and transitions”. Marrakesh, Morocco. June, 2009.

37. The 35th Conference of Japanese Society of Sport Psychology. Invited speaker with the topic: “European perspectives on career development and transitions research and practice.” Nagoya, Japan. November, 2008. 38. The Nordic Conference on Health, Participation and Effects of Sport and Exercise. Chair of the Scientific Committee, Symposium chair. Symposium presentation: “Perceived health and sport/ exercise participation: A summary of 3-year Halmstad project”. Halmstad, Sweden. October, 2008. 39. The 23rd AASP Conference. Symposium presentation: “Call for ‘cultural mindset’ in career development research and career assistance”.

St.-Louis, Missouri, USA. September 2008. 40. The 2nd ASPIRE Conference. Invited speaker on the topic: “Methods and tools for career assistance”. Doha, Qatar. January 2008.

41. The 22nd AASP Conference. Workshop leader: “Career planning strategy bridging an athlete’s past, present and perceived future”. Symposium presentation: “Volitional preparation of athletes: Soviet sport psychology approach from 1960-70s”. Louisville, KY, USA. October 2007. 42. The 12th European (FEPSAC) Congress of Sport Psychology. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Athletic career transitions in the historical-cultural context of Russian sport psychology”. Convener and presenter at two symposia on Career development and transitions with topics: “The transition from junior to senior sports: A summary of six Swedish studies” and “Career planning strategy: How to balance the past, the present and the future?” Presenter at the invited ISSP symposium with the topic: “Career development and transitions of athletes: The ISSP Position Stand” (with D.

Alfermann, J. Côté, & T. Statler). Halkidiki, Greece. September 2007.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 15 43. The International Seminar “Talent development in sport”. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Athletic career and talent development in sport”. Lisbon, Portugal, January 2007. 44. The International Forum of the Psychology of Olympic Excellence. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Talent development in sport: Career transitions perspective”. Taipei, Taiwan. October 2006. 45. The 26-th International Congress of Applied Psychology. An organizer of invited symposium, “Career transitions of athletes: Research and interventions”, presentation: “Career development/ transition issues in sport psychology consulting: Seventeen cases summary”, symposia presentations: “Lessons learned by applied sport psychology students in their work with athleteclients”; “Athletic retirement of elite female athletes in France and Sweden” (with Y.

Stephan). Athens, Greece. July 2006.

46. The Seminar on Athletic Career and Life Afterwards. Invited speaker with the topic: “Athletic Career is a part of life but not vice versa”. Norway, Oslo, Olympic Training Centre. October, 2005. 47. The 11th World (ISSP) Congress of Sport Psychology. The Glencross workshop leader “Empowering athletes in crises-transitions”, an organizer of invited symposium “Career Transitions of Athletes: Research and Applications” (with D. Alfermann), symposia presentations: “Athletic Retirement of Elite Swedish and French Athletes” (with Y. Stephan), “Reflections on Implementation of the “Mobilization” Model of Counseling Athletes in Crisis-Transitions”.

Australia, Sydney. August 2005.

48. The International Congress on the Science of Figure Skating. A keynote speaker with the topic: “A Career Perspective in Working with Figure Skaters.” Joensuu, Finland. May 2005. 49. The AAASP Annual Conference-2004. The 2004 Distinguished International Scholar Award lecture: “Athletic Career Transitions: Linking Theory and Practice”. Minneapolis, MI, USA. September-October 2004. 50. The Nordic Psychological Congress. Invited speaker with the topic: “Career transitions and crisis coping in sport”. Copenhagen, Denmark. August 2004.

51. The Pre- (2004) Olympic Sport Science Congress.

An invited speaker with the topic: “First competition as a career transition”. Thessaloniki, Greece. August 2004. 52. The 1st African Congress of Sport Psychology. An invited speaker with the topic: “Athletes’ crisistransitions: dead ends or cross-roads?” Marrakech, Morocco. June 2004. 53. The International Conference on Sport Management. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Athletes’ challenges in high performance sport: What sport psychology can offer?” Vilnius, Lithuania. February 2004.

54. The Annual Conference of the Catalunya Federation of Sport Psychology. A leader of invited workshop: “Counseling athletes in crisis-transitions”.. Barcelona, Spain. February 2004.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 16 55. The AAASP Annual Conference-2003. An invited symposium presenter with the topic: “Applied approaches developed in Russian Sport Psychology”. Philadelphia, USA. October 2003. 56. The11-th European (FEPSAC) Congress of Sport Psychology. The Scientific Committee member. A leader of invited workshop: “Counseling athletes in crises”, a chair of invited symposium “Career development in sport”.

Copenhagen, Denmark. July, 2003. 57. The International Sport Psychology Conference. An invited speaker with the topic: “Mental training in sports career perspective”. Guangzhou, China. July 2002.

58. The 6-th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Sciences. An organizer of the invited symposium “Career transitions: Research and Applications” (with D. Alfermann), presentation: Social influences on sports career development in Russia before and after the Perestroika”. Cologne, Germany. July 2001. 59. The 10th World (ISSP) Congress of Sport Psychology. Symposia presentations: “Peculiarities of sports career in figure skating”, “Sports career termination of Russian athletes: Readiness to the transition”. Skiatos, Greece. May-June 2001.

60. The International Conference “Sport Psychology: Theories and Applications”.

Keynote speaker with the topic: “Theoretical and applied issues of sports career”. Kaunas, Lithuania. May 2001. 61. The Seminar for coaches of the Russian national rowing team. An invited speaker with the topics: “Psychological factors of winning and losing in sports (on the example of the Russian National Team performance at the Olympic Games-2000 in Sydney)” and “Team building in rowing”. Moscow, Russia. November 2000.

62. The International Seminar “Team building”. An invited speaker with the topic: “Alternatives in team building”. Jyväskylä, Finland. August 2000. 63. The 5-th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Sciences. Symposium presentation: “Post-sports career adaptation of Russian athletes”. Jyväskylä, Finland. July 2000. 64. The International Symposium “Women in Sports”. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Sports career and women’s personality”. Prague, Czech Republic. October 1999.

65. The 4th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Sciences. Poster presentation: “Relationships between female-athletes and coaches in the course of sports career”.

Rome, Italy. July 1999. 66. The 10th European (FEPSAC) Congress of Sport Psychology. A symposium presentation: “Transitions of disabled athletes”. Prague, Czech Republic. July 1999.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 17 67. The International Symposium “Psychology for Physical Education Teachers and Youth Sport Coaches”. An invited speaker with the topic: “Does physical activity enhance cognitive functioning and thinking?” Loughborough, Great Britain. March 1999. 68. The 2nd International Congress of Sport Psychology. A keynote speaker with the topic: “Sports career effects”. Trikala, Greece. November 1998. 69. The 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology. Symposium presentation: “Sports career transitions of Russian athletes: A summary of studies (1991-97)”. San-Francisco, CA.

August 1998. 70. The Annual Conference of German Association of Sport Psychology. An invited speaker with the topic: “New findings in career transitions studies”. Leipzig, Germany. May 1998. 71. The International Scientific Sport Psychology Workshop. An invited speaker with the topic: “Athlete’s crises”. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. November 1997. 72. The 2nd Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Sciences. An invited speaker with the topic: “Sociological: Sports career transitions”. Copenhagen, Denmark. August 1997. 73. The 9th World (ISSP) Congress of Sport Psychology. Symposia presentations: “Sports career psychological models and its’ applications”, “Transitional period of Russian athletes following sports career termination”, “Perception of first competition (retrospective analysis made by elite athletes)”.

Wingate, Israel. July 1997.

74. “EUrathlon” Program International Seminar “Law, Economical and Social Aspects of Professional Sports”. An invited speaker with the topic: “Transition to professional sports”. Vilnius, Lithuania. January 1997. 75. The Annual National Congress of the Norwegian Society of Sport Psychology. An invited speaker with the topic: “Crises in the top level athletes’ career”. Oslo, Norway. November 1996. 76. The International Symposium “Coach-Athlete Relations”. An invited speaker with the topic: “Dynamics of the athlete-coach relationships in the course of sports career”. Lisbon, Portugal. November 1996.

77. The AAASP Conference-1996. An invited panel discussion participant/presenter: “Sport and exercise psychology in Russia”. Williamsburg, VA, USA. October 1996. 78. The Pre- 1996 Olympic Scientific Congress. Poster presentation: “Psychological support of sports careers”. Dallas, TX. July 1996. 79. The International Scientific Congress “Physical Culture, Sports and Nation’s Health”. Symposium presentation: “The situational sports career crises”. St.-Petersburg, Russia. June 1996.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 18 80. The 1st Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Sciences.

Oral presentation: “Dynamics of motivation throughout the sports career”. Nice, France. May 1996. 81. The Meeting of FEPSAC Managing Council and National Representatives. An invited speaker with the topic: “The transition to the elite sports”. Budapest, Hungary. April 1996. 82. The International Moscow Congress of Sport Psychology. A keynote speaker with the topic: “Sports career psychological models”. Moscow, Russia. June 1995.

83. FEPSAC, a Meeting of the Managing Council and Seminar for Finnish Coaches. An invited speaker with the topic: “Sports career transitions”. Kisakeskus, Finland. October 1995. 84. The 9th European (FEPSAC) Congress of Sport Psychology. Symposia presentations: “Subjective criteria of athletes’ satisfaction with their sports careers” and “Description of sports career transitions by athletes’ words”. Brussels, Belgium. July 1995. 85. The FEPSAC Congress on Emotions in Sport. Keynote speaker with the topic: “Sports career predictable crises”. Jyväskylä, Finland. April 1993.

86. The International Symposium of Sport Psychology.

An invited speaker with the topic: “The ways of psychological description of sports career”. Smolensk, Russia. March 1992. 87. The 8th European (FEPSAC) Congress. Oral presentation: “Predictable crises of sports career”. Cologne, Germany. September 1991. 88. The Goodwill Games Conference of Sport Psychologists. An invited speaker with the topic: “Psychological problems in children’s and youth sport in the USSR”. Seattle, WA. July 1990. 89. The Meeting of Sport Psychologists of the Socialist Countries. An invited speaker with the topic: “Character development in young athletes”. Warsaw, Poland.

October 1987. 90. The 5th European (FEPSAC) Congress. Oral presentation: “The role of physical education in cognitive and motor development of 8-12 years old schoolchildren”. Varna, Bulgaria. September 1979.

PARTICIPATION IN NATIONAL CONFERENCES (IN SWEDEN) 1. National Seminar on education of dual career support providers. Lecture and workshop. Stockholm, October, 3-4, 2017. 2. National dual career (RIG) Conference. Invited workshop (together with Lukas Linnér & Johan Ekengren): What competences RIG student-athletes need to succeed in their dual careers: Insights from the EU project “Gold in Education and Elite Sport”. Stockholm, April 19-21, 2016.

Natalia Stambulova, PhD 19 3. National dual career meeting of EVL Universities. Invited presentation: “Dual career research and assistance: International and Swedish perspectives”.

Stockholm. September 28, 2015. 4. National dual career meeting of RIUs. Invited presentation: “First findings in the GEES project”. Umeå, September 29, 2015. 5. National dual career meeting with representatives of sport federations. Invited presentation: “Dual career research overview” (together with Lukas Linnér) Stockholm. September 30, 2015. 6. Meeting of representatives of the national elite sport universities (RIUs). Invited speaker with the topic: Dual career research and assistance. An international perspective and challenges for Sweden. Stockholm, May 2015.

7. SVEBI-2012 Conference. An invited speaker with the topic: “Dual career in sport and studies: European Guidelines and related psychological research”. Umeå, November 2012. 8. The Swedish Sports Confederation (RF) Dual Career Conference “Winner in the long-run”. A keynote speaker with the topic: “Why a dual career? Dual Career research and European Guidelines”. Stockholm, April 2012. 9. RF/Bosön project Dual Career Conference. A keynote speaker with the topic: “Why a dual career? Considerations based on career development research in sport psychology”. Stockholm. August 2010.

10. SIPF Conference-2007.

An invited speaker with the topic: “Athletic career transitions: International perspectives in research and applications”. Halmstad. October 2007. 11. The Centre of Sport Research (CIF) Conference “Tidig specialisering inom idrotten” [Early specialization in sports]. An invited speaker with the topic: “Psychological perspectives on the transition from junior to senior elite sports”. Stockholm. June 2006. 12. Svenska Läkarsällskapets Riksstämma. An invited speaker with the topic: “From performance enhancement to career transitions”. Stockholm. November 2005.

13. Talent Development in Sports Conference. An invited speaker with the topic: “Talent development in sport: An athletic career perspective”. Bosön, April 2005. 14. SVEBI Conference-2003. An invited speaker with the topic: “Athletes’ crises”. Halmstad. November 2003. 15. SIPF Conference-2002. An invited speaker with the topic: “Key athletic transitions”. Halmstad. March 2002. 16. SVEBI Conference-2002. An invited speaker with the topic: “Career transitions: How to get in and to get out of elite sports”. Falun. November 2002.

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