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Nicholas Myers

 Associate Professor
  Department of Kinesiology
 Ph.D., Michigan State University
 201 IM Circle
Nicholas D. Myers’ research program is situated at the intersections of latent variable modeling and the study of psychosocial aspects of sport and physical activity. His two general lines of research are: (1) the measurement of some key constructs within sport and exercise psychology (e.g., self and collective efficacy beliefs, athletic performance, coaching competency and multidimensional well-being) and (2) the use of latent variable modeling (e.g., complier average causal effect estimation, exploratory structural equation modeling and multilevel modeling) in sport and exercise science. Myers also has an appointment in the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education.

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