Jennifer L. Gordon
B.S., Psychology, SUNY Oneonta; M.S., Sport Psychology, Georgia Southern University; Ph.D., Exercise Physiology, Springfield College
Gross anatomy of the human body; understanding of both anatomical and physiological principles as they build a foundation for the movement sciences, allied health sciences, and diverse populations; and the overall aspects of anatomy and physiology as they relate to the movement sciences with an emphasis on endurance and ultra-endurance athletes.
Gordon, J.L., Paolone, V., Blegen, M., Fogarty, T., & Murray, K. The effect of wet suits on heat storage and cycling VO2peak in female triathletes: a preliminary study. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37(5), S169-S170.
Gordon, J.L., Burke, K.L., Joyner, A.B., & Hardy, C.J. A comparison of Intensity and direction of state and trait anxiety during practice and competition among NCAA division I college athletes. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 10(3), 144-145.