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- University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, Current Doctoral Candidate, Sport Psychology.
- Springfield College, Springfield, MA, M.S., Athletic Counseling, 2004.
- Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA, M.A., Psychology, Philosophy, 2001.
- 2004-Present, Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Kinesiology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
- 2005-Present, Graduate Research Assistant, Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport, Minneapolis, MN.
- 2004-2006, Director, Teenie Tennis™ Redmond, WA.
- 2002-2004, Assistant Tennis Coach, Springfield College Men’s Tennis, Springfield, MA.
- 2002-2003, Graduate Research Assistant, National Football Foundation Center for Positive Development through Sport, Springfield, MA.
- 2000-2003, Tennis Teaching Pro, PRO Sports Club, Bellevue, WA.
- Coach and parent behaviors preferred by youth sport participants. The influence of angry parent and coach behavior on children in youth sport settings. The development and efficacy of rehabilitative youth sport programs in developing nations.
- University of Minnesota, KIN 3126, Psychology and Sociology of Sport.
- University of Minnesota, SPST 3621, Applied Sport Psychology.
- Association for Applied Sport Psychology.
Research in progress
- Omli & LaVoi. Background anger in youth sport: A perfect storm?
- Omli & Wiese-Bjornstal. Kids Speak: Preferences for parent and coach behavior.
- Omli. The MVP Model: From Phenomenology to Practice.
- Buman, Omli, Giacobbi, & Brewer. Phenomenological analysis of Hitting The Wall in recreational marathon runners.
- Omli, J. (2007). What Little League can Learn from Nintendo. Journal of Youth Sports.