Videos/Features


Interview with Professor Diane Wiese-Bjornstal

ISSP, Sevilla, 2017


WII-Habilitation

Kristin Wood, SMPL UMN, 2016


Concussions: the "invisible" injury

WJAC TV, March 2016


Marathon Class 2015

All Things KINsidered, May 2015


Marathon Class 2014


Injuries, Psychology and Female Athletes

by Diane Wiese-Bjornstal, 2014


Handling mental crises in student athletes: An athletic trainer's perspective

by Physical Activity & Sport Science


Concussions and female athletes

by Tucker Center & TPT/MN, 2011


Uganda soccer coaches

Kinesiology presentation, 2011


Psychology and socioculture affect sport injury risk, consequence, and recovery in high intensity exercise athletes

Copenhagen, 2009


Psychology and socioculture of sport injury: Does gender matter

Tucker Table, 2009


Physical activity as a context for youth development

by Extension Center for Youth Development Training and Events, 2008


Developing physically active girls

Distinguished Lecture Series, 2008


News

Wiese-Bjornstal quoted in corporate publication 3M Particles

Tuesday, February 13, 2018: Diane Wiese-Bjornstal, Ph.D., professor in the School of Kinesiology and director of the Sports Medicine Psychology Laboratory, is quoted in the article, “Don’t let your injury get the best of you: The role of mental fitness in rehabilitation,” by Janna Fischer. It appears in the online corporate publication, 3M Particles, which features stories about science applied […]


Joey Kronzer to serve as volunteer assistant tennis coach for Hamline University

Wednesday, February 7, 2018: Joey Kronzer, a current Kinesiology master’s student with an emphasis in sport and exercise psychology, and a member of the Sports Medicine Psychology Laboratory, has been named the Volunteer Assistant Coach of the Hamline University Men’s and Women’s Tennis Teams. The complete announcement is available here. Kronzer is advised by Diane Wiese-Bjornstal, professor in the School […]


Wiese-Bjornstal and former advisee Hayley Russell publish article in Quest

Tuesday, December 12, 2017: Diane Wiese-Bjornstal, Ph.D., professor in the School of Kinesiology and director of the Sports Medicine Psychology Laboratory, and former advisee Hayley Russell, Ph.D., have published an article in Quest with two other colleagues. “Physical Activity in Former Competitive Athletes: The Physical and Psychological Impact of Musculoskeletal Injury”  investigates the impacts of injury on the physical activity of […]


Kinesiology master’s student Joey Kronzer presents at AASP conference through COGS Travel Grant award

Thursday, November 9, 2017: Joey Kronzer, a School of Kinesiology second year master’s student in the Sports Medicine Psychology Lab, presented his research, “Using E-Prime 2.0 to develop sport-specific video analysis training protocols,” at the 32nd Annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference (AASP) held Oct. 18–Oct. 21 in Orlando, FL. Kronzer presented and attended at the conference through a […]


Kinesiology graduate students  Kronzer, Wood, and White to present at AASP Conference

Monday, October 16, 2017: Current School of Kinesiology and Sports Medicine Psychology Laboratory graduate students Joey Kronzer (M.S.), Kristin Wood (Ph.D.), and Andrew White (Ph.D.) will be presenting their research at the upcoming Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) annual conference in Orlando, Fl, on October 18th–21st. Kronzer will be giving a 15-minute talk titled “Using E-Prime 2.0 to Develop […]


Kinesiology alum Mackenzie Havey will read from her new book, Mindful Running, at U of M Bookstores October 17

Monday, October 9, 2017: School of Kinesiology alumna Mackenzie Lobby Havey, M.A., will read her recently published book, Mindful Running: How Meditative Running Can Improve Performance and Make You a Happier, More Fulfilled Person, at the U of M Bookstore in Coffman Memorial Union on the Minneapolis campus on Tuesday, October 17, at 4 p.m. In her book, Havey, who is […]


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