Mimi’s PhD research mainly focuses on the use of self-regulation strategies and the effect of perfectionism for the well- and ill-being of athletes in various sports. The general aim of the project is to understand the importance of self-regulating skills and methods that may help protecting athletes with and without hearing impairments from the deleterious consequences of perfectionism. Her work is supervised by Dr Paul Appleton, Prof Joan Duda, and Dr Jennifer Cumming.
2011-2012: Ho, M. S. H. (PI), Cumming, J., & Duda, J. L. (Co-I). Examining the use of self-regulation strategies in perfectionistic and non-perfectionistic athletes with and without hearing impairments: A longitudinal study. The Association for Applied Sport Psychology(2,665 USD)