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PhD students present at Midwest Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium

Kinesiology Ph.D. students Reed Steele and Hayley Russell, sport and exercise psychology, presented at the 22nd Annual Midwest Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium at Michigan State University on February 17 and 18. Steele presented a research proposal titled " A history of life stressors and sport injury: The role of perfectionism." Steele and Russell co-presented a research proposal titled "Acute and chronic sport injury narratives among runners," a project co-authored by other Sport Medicine Psychology Laboratory members, Prof. Diane Wiese-Bjornstal, Ayanna Franklin, and Shelby Hoppis. Steele, Russell, Franklin, and Hoppis are all advisees of Prof. Wiese-Bjornstal.

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