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|Dixon, Marlene||Kinesiology & Health Education||The study of human performance management in non-profit athletic departments and other sport-related organizations Work-family conflict in sport organizations The identification of reasons associated …|
|Farr, Brian||Kinesiology & Health Education||Prevention and treatment of athletic injuries|
|Farrar, Roger||Kinesiology & Health Education||Exercise science; physiology; exercise training; effects on muscles; interventions and correlates of muscular atrophy; rowing ergometry as an intervention for firefighter fitness; strength training to …|
|Gnagy, Erik||Kinesiology & Health Education||Dr. Erik Gnagy earned a B.S.E from the University of Kansas. He then went on to earn an M.S. studying applied sports psychology at California State University, Fullerton. Most recently, Dr. Erik Gnagy …|
|Gonzales, Brian||Kinesiology & Health Education||Brian Gonzales joined the Sport Management team in 2012 after working as a Sport Development consultant and program specialist. He holds a M.A. in International Educational Development from Teachers …|
|Griffin, Lisa||Kinesiology & Health Education||Motor behavior; paralyzed muscles; neuroscience; neuromuscular physiology|
|Holahan, Carole||Kinesiology & Health Education||Health and well-being across the life span; psychosocial predictors of health behavior; successful aging; coping with illness; women's health|
|Hunt, Thomas||Kinesiology & Health Education||Sport policy, law, and history; international relations; international politics; drugs and doping in sport.|
|Jensen, Jody||Kinesiology & Health Education||Human motor skill learning and development. Autism - development of motor skills and relationship to cognition Autism - brain mechanisms and sensory needs Biomechanics of movement skill in …|
|Jowers, Esbelle||Kinesiology & Health Education||Dr. Jowers directs two major grant projects, including the Texas Initiatives for Children’s Activity & Nutrition (I-CAN!) project, and the Walk Texas! Diabetes Prevention and Control …|