Basic and Applied Motor Learning and Performance Human Psychophysiology Exercise Psychology

My general objective is to enhance motor performance and health. More specifically, I seek to uncover the bases of motor learning and performance, as well as how to capitalize on these bases in order to enhance learning and performance. Additionally, I strive to understand why people choose and, more often, don't choose to engage in physical activity. I currently employ psychophysiological (e.g., electroencephalography) and behavioral (e.g., accelerometry) techniques to address my research aims. 

Past Affiliations
Physical Education, Allied Health
PhD, University of Maryland, Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, 2012
MS, George Mason University, Exercise Fitness and Health Promotions, 2008
BS, Elizabethtown College, Political Science, 2005
cognitive science human learning and memory sports psychology experimental psychology psychophysiology
North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity
Society for Psychophysiological Research