The lab presents at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology conference in Portland, Oregon. From left, Dr. Mark P. Otten, Isabel López, and Luis Paz de la Vega.
- Icing the Kicker Revisited: Does It Really Work in the NFL? –> DOWNLOAD
Dr. Otten and his cousin, Michael Saltzman, have a podcast! The theme of their first few episodes has been: how to fix your favorite sport. Each one has a topic guide in the description in case you’d like to skip around. Feel free to subscribe and comment, as these two guys try to change the sports world with their (sometimes questionable) brilliant ideas!
- Episode 1: NFL
- Episode 2: College basketball
- Episode 3: Major League Baseball
- Episode 4: NBA
The lab presents at the Western Psychological Association conference in Pasadena! From left, Nolan Murakami, Isabel López, Kaitlyn Swinney, Eric Miller, and Dr. Mark P. Otten.
- University of California Psychology Professors’ Attitudes Towards the Graduate Record Examination –> DOWNLOAD
- To Exercise or Not to Exercise: Motivation of the Female College Student –> DOWNLOAD
- President Trump’s Controversial Tweet: On Pitching Decisions in the Baseball Postseason –> DOWNLOAD
- Choking, or Clutch Performance in Basketball? Elimination Games in NBA Playoffs –> DOWNLOAD
The UCLA Club Tennis team, coached by Dr. Otten, has won the 2019 national championship! It’s the second national title for the Bruins, and the first since 2011.
See a highlights video of the finals HERE.
See the news story HERE and complete results HERE.
Dr. Otten has written an article for TheConversation.com, based on his ongoing research on clutch performance in sports. Read more here:
Link: The Psychology of the Clutch Athlete