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Samuel Forlenza

  • PhD
  • Associate Professor of Exercise Science
  • Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
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Recent publications

  • Introductory dialogue and the Köhler Effect in software-generated workout partners

    • Samendinger S
    • Forlenza S
    • Winn B
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  • Buddy up for exergames: How group dynamics principles can be applied to active health games

    • Ede A
    • Forlenza S
    • Feltz D
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Professional experience

Associate Professor of Exercise Science

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

August 2014 - Present

Graduate Assistant

Michigan State University

September 2010 - June 2014(4 years)

Graduate Assistant

Miami University

September 2008 - August 2010(2 years)

Education

PhD Psychosocial Aspects of Sport and Physical Activity

Michigan State University

September 2010 - June 2014(4 years)

MS Sport Psychology

Miami University

September 2008 - September 2010(2 years)

BA Psychology

SUNY Geneseo

September 2004 - June 2008(4 years)

About

Samuel Forlenza, PhD, is an assistant professor of Exercise Science at Shippensburg University. His area of study is sport and exercise psychology, which focuses on the mental side of competition and physical activity. He has co-authored three book chapters and several journal articles in these areas. At Shippensburg, Sam teaches courses related to the mental side of physical activity, including Psychology of Physical Activity, Sport Psychology, and Stress Management. He also teaches Research Design and Statistics for Exercise Science. Sam's research primarily focuses on the application of group dynamics to exercise and exergames, but he also has interest in mental skills, particularly imagery. When Sam is not teaching and conducting research, he enjoys exercising, reading, and playing racquetball.

Co-authors (11)

  • Psychology  and Cognitive Sciences Open Journal
  • Rachel Cassidy
  • Ted Vickey

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