Riley’s primary interest is in Neuroscience and how it relates to movement. His research focuses on how to accelerate motor skill learning through non-invasive brain stimulation techniques by studying tasks that are recreational (dart-throwing), clinical (Purdue Pegboard Test), and athletic (free throw shooting) related.

Neurological and behavioral health.

Physical Education
PhD, University of Colorado at Boulder, Integrative Physiology, 2008
MS, Ball State University, Clinical Biomechanics, 2004
BS, Ball State University, Exercise Science, 2002