EP 06: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Lower Body Movement with Mac Pierson

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EP 06: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Lower Body Movement with Mac Pierson
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Joining Jason and Harjiv for episode 6 is Mac Pierson, a 4th year PhD Candidate at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Mac joins the guys to discuss her research bringing both worlds of Biomechanics and Motor Learning together to evaluate lower extremity movement to negate injury for athletes.

EP 06: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Lower Body Movement with Mac Pierson

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EP 06: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Lower Body Movement with Mac Pierson
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Joining Jason and Harjiv for episode 6 is Mac Pierson, a 4th year PhD Candidate at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Mac joins the guys to discuss her research bringing both worlds of Biomechanics and Motor Learning together to evaluate lower extremity movement to negate injury for athletes.

EP 05: Navigating Emotionally Demanding Research with Thomas Gretton

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EP 05: Navigating Emotionally Demanding Research with Thomas Gretton







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Joining Harjiv and Jason for Episode 5 is Thomas Gretton. Thomas is a second year sport psychology PhD student at Florida State University where he is studying cognitive performance in elite sport and elite sport performance. Specifically, Thomas has interests in pre-performance routines, psychological rest, and emotionally demanding research

EP 05: Navigating Emotionally Demanding Research with Thomas Gretton

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EP 05: Navigating Emotionally Demanding Research with Thomas Gretton
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Joining Harjiv and Jason for Episode 5 is Thomas Gretton. Thomas is a second year sport psychology PhD student at Florida State University where he is studying cognitive performance in elite sport and elite sport performance. Specifically, Thomas has interests in pre-performance routines, psychological rest, and emotionally demanding research

EP 04: Concussion Testing in Athletes with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Julia Maietta

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EP 04: Concussion Testing in Athletes with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Julia Maietta







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This episode’s featured guess is UNLV student Julia Maietta. Julia is currently a Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology studying the psychometric properties of the ImPACT, a commonly utilized sport concussion assessment.

EP 04: Concussion Testing in Athletes with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Julia Maietta

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EP 04: Concussion Testing in Athletes with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Julia Maietta
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This episode’s featured guess is UNLV student Julia Maietta. Julia is currently a Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology studying the psychometric properties of the ImPACT, a commonly utilized sport concussion assessment.

EP 03: Motor Learning and Healthy Aging with Margot Bootsma

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EP 03: Motor Learning and Healthy Aging with Margot Bootsma







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Margot Bootsma is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Groningen studying motor learning, healthy aging, and neuroscience. She joins the pod to discuss her research in investigating changes in the brain and subsequent application towards understanding how to better optimize motor learning.