M.S. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology graduates and Prof. Chu present at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference

Professor Alan Chu and seven M.S. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 2021 graduates presented at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference from October 26-29 in Fort Worth, Texas.

Five first-year students also attended the conference to learn from researchers and practitioners in the profession. Each student that presented and the title of their presentation is listed below:

  • Prof. Alan Chu: International Symposium: Multicultural Sport Psychology Practice in Globally Diverse Performance Environments
  • Prof. Alan Chu: The Relationship of Social Support, Self-Compassion, and Resilience to Psychological Distress in NCAA Female Athletes During COVID-19
  • Prof. Alan Chu: How Did the COVID-19 Pandemic Influence NCAA Athletes’ Psychological Skills and States? A Mixed-Method Exploration
  • Anna Bomber: Practice What you Preach: Using Psychological Skills to Enhance Consulting and Teaching Effectiveness as a Graduate Student
  • Beaux Myers: Evaluation of Traditional and PETTLEP Imagery Interventions for Collegiate Golfers: A Case Study-Mixed Methods Design
  • Alec Treacy: Basic Psychological Need Profiles of High School Athletes and Their Prevalence Across Team Type and Race
  • RJ Lynch: Imagery Experiences of Athletes with Aphantasia, Normal Imagery Ability, and Hyperphantasia
  • RJ Lynch and Janne Roovers: Personal Disclosure, Not Always the Enemy: The Versatile Applications of Personal-Disclosure Mutual-Sharing Approaches
  • Kaylyn Herron and Kallie Reckner: Coaching Styles and Collegiate Athletes’ Motivation and Burnout

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