Keith E. Naugle, Ph.D.

2009 University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
Health Education, Physical Education
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Paul A. Borsa grad student 2009 UF Gainesville
 (Perceptions of wellness and burnout among certified athletic trainers: Contributions of the wellness domains.)
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Naugle KM, Naugle KE, Teegardin M, et al. (2023) Physical Activity to Prevent the Age-Related Decline of Endogenous Pain Modulation. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 51: 169-175
Naugle KM, Blythe C, Naugle KE, et al. (2022) Kinesiophobia Predicts Physical Function and Physical Activity Levels in Chronic Pain-Free Older Adults. Frontiers in Pain Research (Lausanne, Switzerland). 3: 874205
Naugle KE, Hackett J, Aqeel D, et al. (2021) Effect of different Kinesio tape tensions on experimentally-induced thermal and muscle pain in healthy adults. Plos One. 16: e0259433
Evans E, Naugle KE, Ovispo A, et al. (2021) Active Virtual Reality Games Reduce Pain Sensitivity in Young, Healthy Adults Frontiers in Virtual Reality. 2
Evans E, Naugle K, Ovispo A, et al. (2021) The effects of active and non-active virtual reality games on experimentally induced pain in young, healthy adults The Journal of Pain. 22: 592
Evans EJ, Naugle KE, Owen T, et al. (2020) Active Gaming: It Is Not Just for Young People. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity. 1-9
Ohlman T, Miller L, Naugle KE, et al. (2018) Physical Activity Levels Predict Exercise-induced Hypoalgesia in Older Adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
Carey C, Naugle KE, Aqeel D, et al. (2017) Active Gaming as a Form of Exercise to Induce Hypoalgesia. Games For Health Journal
Naugle KM, Ohlman T, Naugle KE, et al. (2017) Physical activity behavior predicts endogenous pain modulation in older adults. Pain. 158: 383-390
Naugle KE, Parr JJ, Chang S, et al. (2017) Active Gaming as Pain Relief Following Induced Muscle Soreness in a College-Aged Population Athletic Training & Sports Health Care. 9: 225-232
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