Physical Activity and Sport Science students present research at NASPSPA

Picture_12Several current and alumna doctoral students in the School of Kinesiology’s Physical Activity and Sport Science focus area attended or presented research at the  North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA) conference. The conference was held in downtown Minneapolis on June 12-14.

Hayley Russell and Andrew White (advisor: Diane Wiese-Bjornstal, PhD), Amanda Williams (advisor: Beth Lewis, PhD), and Alison Phillips, Andrea Stark, Nicole Bolter (Ph.D., ’10), and Lindsay Kipp (Ph.D., ’12) (advisor: Maureen Weiss, PhD) represented the PASS research area and lab. Russell presented on her multidisciplinary research with marathoners, while Phillips presented on her collaborative study of a physical activity intervention. Bolter and Kipp presented their research on coaching behaviors and sportspersonship outcomes.