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
  • SPH K405 Exercise and Sport Psychology
  • SPH M525 Psychological Foundations of Exercise and Sport
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

Exercise and mental health Anxiety and sport performance Overtraining Syndrome Pacing strategies in sport performance The placebo effect in sport and exercise Behavioral and psychological determinants of physical activity.

Selected Publications
Beedie, C., Whyte, G., Lane, A.M., Cohen, E., Raglin, J., Hurst, P., Coleman, D. & Foad, A. (in press). Caution, this treatment is a placebo. It might work, but it might not”: Why emerging mechanistic evidence for placebo effects does not legitimize of complementary and alternative medicine/ in sport. British Journal of Sports Medicine.

McGowan, C.J., Ben Rattray , B., Pyne, D.B, Thompson, K.G., & Raglin, J.S. (in press). Morning exercise enhances afternoon sprint swimming performance. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance.

Micklewright, D., Kegerreis, S, Raglin, J. & Florentina, H. (in press) Will the conscious-subconscious pacing quagmire help elucidate the mechanisms of self-paced exercise? New opportunities in dual process theory and p! rocess tracing methods. Sports Medicine.

Montserrat, R.C., Hanin, J. & Raglin, J.S. (2017). Individual zones of optimal functioning (IZOF) model (1978- 2014): Historical overview of its development and use, International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology.15, 41-65

McGowan C.J., Pyne, D.B., Thompson, K.G., Raglin, J.S., Osborne, M. & Rattray, B. (2016). Elite sprint swimming performance is enhanced by completion of additional warm-up activities. Journal of Sports Science, 17: 1484-1492.

Shei, R-J, Adamic, E. Raglin, J. Thompson, K. & Mickleborough, T. (2017). Commentary: Improvements in cycling time trial performance are not sustained following the acute provision of challenging and deceptive feedback. Frontiers in Physiology, 8, 31

Shei, Ren-Jay, Chapman! , R.F., Raglin, J.S., Thompson, K.G. & Mickleborough, T.D. (2016). Deception and Exercise Performance During Repeated 4-km Cycling Time Trials. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 37, 341-346

Curriculum Vitae