Professor Chu and seven M.S. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology students presented at the AASP Annual Conference
Chair of the M.S. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Program Prof. Alan Chu and seven students presented at the AASP (Association for Applied Sport Psychology) Annual Conference last week. Lecture Session Faculty: Alan Chu – Who Are the CMPCs and What Do They Do? Students: Anna Bomber – Harmony Between the Music and the Mind: A Psychological Skills Program for Musicians Poster Presentation Faculty: Alan Chu – Collegiate Athletes’ Gender Is Related to Their Perceived Coaching Climates Students: Alec Treacy – Motivational Profiles of NCAA Collegiate Athletes and Their Differences Across Divisions: A Person-Centered Approach Beaux Myers – NCAA Collegiate Athletes’ Psychological Skill Profiles: A Novel Person-Centered Approach Taylor Mair/Ellea Bachmeier – Gender Differences in CMPCs’ Employment Settings and Sport Specializations RJ Lynch – Development of Mindfulness-Based and Traditional Psychological Skills Training Programs for Collegiate Athletes Brett Garst – The Roles of Athlete–Parent and Athlete–Sibling Dyads in High School Athletes’ Perceived Parenting Climates AASP is the premier association that ensures every performer has the resources to strengthen their inner edge through the advancement and application of excellence in mental performance and mental health. To do that we cultivate an inclusive ﬁeld of Certiﬁed Mental Performance Consultants® (CMPC), licensed mental health professionals, educators, and researchers.