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NMSU ExpertsDepartment of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation

Name Specialization Department College
Dr Joseph M. Berning Strength and Conditioning Throughout A Lifespan;   Secondly Post-activation Potentiation for Performance Enhancement Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education
Dr Hannah Cole Adjudicated Performances;   Ballroom Dance Performance;   National Competition;   Outreach With Senior Population of Las Cruces Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education
Dr Andrea Cripps Visuo-motor Processing Deficits Following Concussion;   Balance Deficits Related To Sport Head Injury;   Concussion Symptom Methodology;   VOR Impairments After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education
Dr Jennifer Fabre Falls Risk as Related To Physical Function;   Gait and Physical Activity Levels in Diverse Groups of Older Adults;   Community Evidence-based Intervention Practices for Falls Prevention Research Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education
Dr Ann Gavit Kinesthetic Teaching and Learning;   Childhood Health and Fitness;   Arts in Education Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education
Dr David Keeley Analysis of the Biomechanical Signatures Associated With Falls in the Elderly;   Biomechanics of Obesity and Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement in Sport Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education
Dr Debra Knapp Kinesthetic Teaching and Learning;   Childhood Health and Fitness;   Arts in Education Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education
Dr Kimberly Oliver Student Centered Inquiry as Curriculum as An Approach To Motivating Youth To Engage in Physical Education;   Physical Education Teaching and Teacher Education;   Adolescent Girls and Physical Activity Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education
Dr Phillip Post Cognitive Skills Influence Motor Performance and Learning;   How Mental Imagery Influences Sport Performance;   Motor Control;   Rehabilitation Outcomes;   Speech Therapy;   How Autonomy Influences Motor Learning;   How We Structure Practices To Benefit Skill Acquisition;   Lastly;   An Interest in Student Athlete Health and Well Being Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education
Dr Robert Wood Healthy Aging;   Falls Prevention Department of Human Performance, Dance & Recreation College of Education

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