John S. Raglin

Professor
Kinesiology

raglinj@indiana.edu
(812) 855-1844
PH 112-I

Education
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D., 1988
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, M.S., 1984
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln, B.S., 1980
Courses
  • K525 Psychological Foundations of Exercise and Sport
  • P405 Introduction to Sport Psychology
Background
  • Fellow-American Academy of Kinesiology
  • Fellow-American Psychological Association (Division 38: Health Psychology; Division 47; Exercise and Sport Psychology)
  • Fellow-American College of Sports Medicine
Research Interests

The general theme of my research involves the study of psychology and physiology as it applies to issues in sport and exercise. Some of the specific topics I conduct research on include examining the efficacy of exercise as a means to improve aspects of mental health; factors associated with adherence to physical activity; the influence of personality traits and psychological states such as anxiety on sports performance and overtraining in athletes.

Selected Publications

Lunqvist, C. & Raglin, J. (in press).  The Relationship of Basic Need Satisfaction, Motivational Climate and Personality to Well-Being and Stress Patterns among Elite Athletes: An Explorative Study. Motivation and Emotion.

Raglin, J. (2014). Zombie Physiology. In: The Year’s Work at the Zombie Research Center.E. Comentale & A. Jaffe (Eds.). 227-247. Indiana University Press: Bloomington, IN.

Shrier, I., Raglin, J.S.,  Levitan, E.B., Mittleman, M.S., Steele, R.J. & Powell, J. (2014). Procedures for assessing psychological predictors of injuries in circus artists: a pilot prospective study. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 14,77.

Meeusen, R., Duclos, M., Foster, C. Fry, A. Gleeson, Nieman, D., Raglin, J. Rietjens, G., Steinacker, J. & Urhausen, A. (2013). Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the Overtraining Syndrome,  Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise,45,186-205.

St Clair Gibson A., De Koning J.J., Thompson,K.G., Roberts, W.O., Micklewright, D., Raglin J,. & Foster, C. (2013) Crawling to the finish line- why do endurance runners collapse? Implications for understanding of mechanisms underlying pacing and fatigue. Sports Medicine. 43, 413-424.

Raglin, J.S., Wilson, G.S., & Kenttä, G. (2013). Effects of Overtraining on Well-Being and Mental Health.  In: Physical Activity and Mental Health. A. Clow, A. & S. Edmunds (Eds.). Pp. 105-117. Human Kinetics: Champaign, IL.


Curriculum Vitae