My research focuses on psychological factors associated with performance across military, sport, and clinical domains. I’m primarily interested in how stress influences cognitive-perceptual processes during skill execution. This includes moderating effects of self-regulation/coping strategies and factors associated with injury risk and rehabilitation outcomes. I’m also interested in brain-physical training as a method to enhance resilience to stress and fatigue among Soldiers and athletes.
- BSc, Psychology, Clemson University
- PhD, Health and Human Performance, University of Florida
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, Cognitive and Motor Neuroscience, University of Utah