March 6, 2018
Dr. Bridget A. Duoos, Professor and Chair of Health & Human Performance from 1995-2016, was a passionate champion of student inquiry and faculty-mentored research. The Bridget A. Duoos fund was created y her family to support student-faculty collaborative research and will award one student with up to $1000 for research during the summer or fall of 2018. Any student in good academic standing in HHP can apply! Students must be mentored by a full-time department faculty.Read More
October 14, 2015 Goding, A., Duoos, B.
Background/Purpose: Long-term aerobic exercise enhances overall memory and executive function.Read More
October 14, 2015 Berthiaume J., Gorman B., Higgins K., Northey H., Wilson, H. and Duoos, B.
The use of kinesio taping as a method to aid in prevention and treatment of joint injury has experienced major increases in popularity over the last decade.Read More
October 14, 2015 Britton, R., Meyer, M., Duoos, B. Zerin, A.
As the sport of figure skating has advanced, jump difficulty of top competitors has increased drastically.Read More
October 14, 2015 Backstrom, M., Lambert, K., Pearson, K., Taffe, M., Duoos, B
Purpose: The frequency of sport related concussions has dramatically increased over the last 15 years.Read More
October 14, 2015 Backstrom, M., Duoos, B.
Carrying a backpack load has been proven to cause postural changes.Read More
October 14, 2015 Berthiaume, J., Duoos, B.
The use and effectiveness of kinesio tape to enhance athletic performance has become a popular topic of discussion in the last decade.Read More
October 14, 2015 Harris, M., Duoos, B.
Weighted squats are commonly performed to enhance performance in various sports; however, improper lifting technique may increase the probability of injury, including lower back pain.Read More
October 14, 2015 Noh, J., Duoos, B
Extensive research on humans has shown that exercise is beneficial to overall physical and mental health.Read More
October 14, 2015 Bang, S., Duoos, B.
Shot speed and accuracy are essential key elements in the game of lacrosse.Read More
June 29, 2010 Samantha Rudesill
Results suggest that it is effective as a hitter to have a low sports arousal. A slow deep respiration rate before hitting will contribute to achieving low sports arousal level.Read More
Influence of shoulder range of motion on 50-yard freestyle times of division III female collegiate s
June 29, 2010 Kristina Henshue
It has been proven that swimmers traditionally have greater glenohumeral joint laxity compared to a normalized group.Read More
June 29, 2010 Meghan Grathen
The use of stretching prior to athletic performance to reduce injury and enhance athletic performance has been controversial.Read More