Dr. Amber M Shipherd
Visiting Assistant Professor
- KSS 3720 001 Fall 2013
- KSS 3720 002 Fall 2013
- KSS 4326 001 Fall 2013
- KSS 4327 001 Fall 2013
- KSS 5001 001 Fall 2013
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
Professional OrganizationsAssociation for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP)
North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA)
American Psychological Association (APA)
- Effective 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
Podlog, L., Kleinert, J., Dimmock, J., Miller, J., & Shipherd, A. M. (2012). A parental perspective on adolescent injury rehabilitation and return to sport experiences. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 24, 175-190.
Dietrich, F., Shipherd, A. M., Gershgoren, L., Filho, E. M., Basevitch, I. (2012). Sport psychology group consultation using social networking websites. Psychological Services, 9(3), 323-324.
Zito, M. D., Herzog, T., & Shipherd, A. M. (2013, Spring). What’s in a name? Some ins and outs of representing yourself. Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) Newsletter, 17-18.
Conference PresentationsSelected presentations:
Shipherd, A. M., Murray, M. A., & Basevitch, I. (2013, October). Keeping up with the Joneses: Transitioning from face-to-face to virtual classes. Refereed abstract presented at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, p. 149. Indianapolis, IN: AASP. (International conference).
Basevitch, I., Shipherd, A. M., Siwatu, K. O., & Barcza Renner, K. (2013, October). Can’t we all just get along? A two-phase innovative approach to team building with a U.S. collegiate rugby team. Refereed abstract presented at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, p. 56. Indianapolis, IN: AASP. (International Conference).
Shipherd, A. M. (2013, March). O captain! My captain! A qualitative evaluation of a leadership training program for collegiate athlete peer leaders. Paper presented at the Twelfth Annual Graduate Research Poster Competition, Lubbock, TX.
Shipherd, A. M., Basevitch, I., Filho, E. M., & Gershgoren, L. (2012, October). A scientist-practitioner approach to an on-field assessment of mental skills in collegiate soccer. Refereed abstract presented at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, p. 90. Indianapolis, IN: AASP. (International conference).
Funding & GrantsFaculty Development Grant, Eastern Illinois University, 2013
Summer Dissertation Research Award Grant, Texas Tech University, 2013
NASPSPA Graduate Student Award for International Conference Travel, North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, 2011