On March 21-24, 2019, PPAHP lab members attended the 23rd annual Eastern Canada Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (ECSEPS) regional conference hosted by York University, in Vaughan, Ontario.
In order of presenting, project proposals included:
Move Eat Sleep Repeat for Better Mental Health – Brianne O’Rourke, Research Intern
Building a Winning Team Culture: Understanding Coach and Athlete Perspectives – Chris Cheng, 1st year MSc Kin
Understanding Sport, Physical Activity and Wholistic Health in First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Youth – Kieran Peltier, 1st year MSc Kin
Exploring the relationship between a food skills program and mental well-being of post-secondary students – Quintin McCluskie, 1st year MSc Kin
Sampling and Specializing in Youth Sport: Exploring Social Identities and Developmental Experiences – Alisha Laciak, 4th year BPHE
Coach Education and Interpersonal Knowledge in Youth Sport – Rachel Van Woezik, 1st year MSc Kin
The Timbits Effect: Exploring food rewards and the role it plays on children’s motivation to participate in sport – Alanna Shwed, 1st year MSc Kin
Also at the conference included post-doctoral fellow Collin McLaren, undergraduate research assistant Allyn Massana, and faculty members Dr. Mark Bruner and Dr. Barbi Law.