Matthew Pontifex, assistant professor, Department of Kinesiology, conducts research in the area of cognitive kinesiology with a focus on examining the relationship between health-oriented behaviors and higher-order cognitive function during preadolescence. He also studies the application of these health-oriented behaviors as a means for improving cognitive health, academic performance, and overall effective functioning during maturation.
-Independent Study Kinesiology (KIN 890)
-Internship in Kinesiology (KIN 893)
-Field Experiences Kinesiology (KIN 894)
-Project in Kinesiology (KIN 897)
-Independent Study Kinesiology (KIN 990)
-Research Practicum Kinesiology (KIN 995)