Fall 2015 Office Hours:
MW 8:30-9am; TR 9:30-11am; or by appointment
Areas of Expertise
- Injury Prevention
- Sports Psychology
EducationPh.D. (2013) Texas Tech University - College of Education - Educational Psychology: Exercise & Sport Sciences minor
M.S. (2010) The Florida State University - College of Education - Educational Psychology/Sport and Exercise Psychology; Certificate in Program Evaluation
B.S. (2004) University of California, Davis - College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences - Human Development: Psychology minor
Research InterestsEffective applied sport/exercise/performance psychology practices, techniques, and interventions
Athlete peer leadership development
Sport injury prevention and rehabilitation
Self-efficacy in sport and exercise
Effective practices for online learning and instruction in sport and exercise psychology
Athlete peer leader self-efficacy. Given the importance of peer leaders on a team, that training and experience significantly influence coach leader self-efficacy, and peer leaders often do not receive formal leader training, the purpose is to develop and pilot a valid and reliabel measure of peer leader self-efficacy in collegiate athletes. The second purpose is to advance the understanding of self-efficacy in peer leaders in order to develop stronger leadership training programs that can enhance weaknesses in athlete peer leader self-efficacy. This type of leadership training program could also be applied to enhance leader performance in law enforcement, military, or business domains as well.
A longitudinal examination of the sources of self-efficacy in runners. The purpose of this study is to examine the sources that influence self-efficacy in runners of any level training for a race of any distance and to understand and identify how those sources of self-efficacy change over the course of training.
Aubrie Carmack, The Relationship Between Motivational Style of Division I Collegiate Softball Athletes and Performance
Joann Wakefield, The Effect of Biofeedback Training on One Repetition Maximum Chest Press Performance
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