The Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) is an international, multidisciplinary, professional association with over 2,500 members in 55 countries worldwide, with backgrounds in a variety of areas including sport science, social work, counseling and clinical psychology. AASP promotes the development of science and ethical practice in the field of sport psychology and is co-hosting the Northeast Atlantic Sport Psychology (NASP) Conference on March 23-24, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. NASP will feature a wide variety of research papers, symposia, workshops, panels discussions, and poster presentations from students and professionals in sport, exercise, and performance psychology.
Five Psychological Studies Masters students with concentrations in Sport Psychology will be representing Seton Hall University at the NASP Conference. Each student has been accepted to present research posters as first-author along with their mentor and program director, Sandra Lee, PhD.
The following are the accepted student research posters.
Phenaysza Riley: Depression and Suicide: Student-Athletes.
Ryan Sliwak: Breaking the Silence: Domestic Violence in Sport.
Taia Thomas: Depression due to Burnout, Overtraining, and Staleness in Athletes.
Ivana Vinnick: Focus on Ethics: Boundaries in Sport Psychology Settings.
Kim Wernerspach: Sexual Exploitation in Sport: Dilemmas for the Sport Psychologist.
The College of Education and Human Services congratulates these students and their mentor for their continued dedication to science-informed practice!