Deborah L Feltz, Ph.D

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1977-1980 Kinesiology - Doctor of Philosophy Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Area:
Kinesiology, Sport Psychology
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Deborah L. Feltz is university distinguished professor emerita of kinesiology at Michigan State University. She earned her PhD in kinesiology from The Pennsylvania State University under the direction of Daniel M. Landers. She researched relationship between efficacy beliefs and physical activity, wrote over 250 publications, and the book, Self-Efficacy and Sport. Toward the end of her career, her scholarship focused on motivation gains in partnered exercise, which was funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the National Space Biomedical Research Institute, and National Institutes of Health. She is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association and National Academy of Kinesiology. She has received numerous awards for her research, including the 2015 Distinguished Scholar Award from the North American Society for the Study of Sport and Physical Activity.

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Daniel M. Landers grad student 1977-1980 Penn State University, University Park (Neurotree)
 (Daniel Landers left Penn State University for Arizona State University in 1982)

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Cathy D. Lirgg grad student 1989-1991 Michigan State (Neurotree)
Jeong K. Park grad student 1992 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Richard R. Albrecht grad student 1993 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Thomas R. George grad student 1993 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Steven R. Walk grad student 1994 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Melissa A. Chase grad student 1995 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Brenda A. Riemer grad student 1995 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Joseph J. Carlson grad student 1997 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Sandra E. Moritz grad student 1998 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Anthony P. Kontos grad student 2000 Michigan State
Leapetswe Malete grad student 2000 Michigan State
Philip J. Sullivan grad student 2000 Brock University (Canada) (Kinesiology Tree)
Rodney C. Wilson grad student 2000 Michigan State
James A. Afremow grad student 2001 Michigan State
Lynette L. Craft grad student 2002 Michigan State
T. M. Magyar grad student 2002 Michigan State
Sian L. Beilock grad student 2003 Michigan State (Neurotree)
Tiffanye Vargas-Tonsing grad student 2004 Michigan State
Geffrey Colon grad student 2005 Michigan State
Nicholas Myers grad student 2005 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Amber L. Warners grad student 2005 Michigan State
Craig A. Paiement grad student 2006 Michigan State
Mercedes E. Carswell grad student 2008 Michigan State
Todd A. Gilson grad student 2008 Michigan State
Teri J. Hepler grad student 2008 Michigan State
Graig M. Chow grad student 2009 Michigan State
Laura A. Kietzmann grad student 2009 Michigan State
Olga J. Santiago grad student 2010 Michigan State
Lori Dithurbide grad student 2011 Michigan State
Jared M. Wood grad student 2011 Michigan State
Brandon C. Irwin grad student 2012 Michigan State
Moe Machida grad student 2012 Michigan State
Nicole W. Forrester grad student 2013 Michigan State
Seunghyun Hwang grad student 2013 Michigan State (EduTree)
Kaitlynn Sedabres grad student 2013 Michigan State
Veronica Son grad student 2013 Michigan State
Samuel T. Forlenza grad student 2014 Michigan State
Tshepang Tshube grad student 2014 Michigan State
Alison Ede grad student 2016 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Duygu Gurleyik grad student 2016 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Stephen Samendinger grad student 2016 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Emery Max grad student 2017 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Christel Beverly grad student 2018 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Christopher Hill grad student 2018 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
Tayo Moss grad student 2018 Michigan State (Kinesiology Tree)
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Moss T, Samendinger S, Kerr NL, et al. (2021) Attenuation of the Köhler Effect in Racially Dissimilar Partnered Exercise Reversed Using Team Identity Strategy. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 1-10
Feltz DL, Hill CR, Samendinger S, et al. (2020) Can Simulated Partners Boost Workout Effort in Long-Term Exercise? Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
Hill CR, Feltz DL, Samendinger S, et al. (2020) The Relationship Between Barrier Self-Efficacy and Physical Activity in Children and Adolescents: A Meta-Analysis Kinesiology Review. 9: 122-137
Samendinger S, Hill CR, Kerr NL, et al. (2019) Group dynamics motivation to increase exercise intensity with a virtual partner. Journal of Sport and Health Science. 8: 289-297
Samendinger S, Hill CR, Hepler TJ, et al. (2019) Why Residuals Are Important in the Self-Efficacy-Performance Relationship Analysis: A Study Across 12 Cycling Sessions. Journal of Physical Activity & Health. 1-6
Moss T, Feltz DL, Kerr NL, et al. (2018) Intergroup Competition in Exergames: Further Tests of the Köhler Effect. Games For Health Journal
Oncu E, Feltz DL, Lirgg CD, et al. (2018) The examination of the psychometric properties of the Turkish Collective Efficacy Questionnaire for Sports Acta Gymnica. 48: 27-35
Lee S, Myers ND, Park T, et al. (2018) An Exploratory Study on the Köhler Effect and Flow in Long-term Exergaming Simulation & Gaming. 49: 538-552
Samendinger S, Pfeiffer K, Feltz D. (2018) Testing group dynamics with a virtual partner to increase physical activity motivation Computers in Human Behavior. 88: 168-175
Samendinger S, Forlenza ST, Winn B, et al. (2017) Introductory Dialogue and the Köhler Effect in Software-Generated Workout Partners. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 32: 131-137
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