Graduate students in our Sport and Exercise Psychology master’s program use the Sport and Exercise Psychology Laboratory as a multipurpose space for:
- class projects
- collaborative place of study
- group meetings
- mental skills presentations with athletic teams
- student and faculty research
The lab is equipped with a variety of tools for assessing and improving athletic and exercise performance, such as biofeedback, mindfulness training tools, and virtual reality equipment.
The lab also features innovative equipment for research including:
- recumbent bike
- research-related software
- video recording
The lab provides mental skills training to athletes, coaches, musicians, performing artists, and exercisers who are looking to grow the mental aspects of their performance.
Interested individuals or groups can contact Dr. Lindsey Blom.