Lindsay E. Kipp, Ph.D.
- Ph.D., University of Minnesota
- M.S., Illinois State University
- B.S., Illinois State University
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-245-1971
Dr. Kipp received her Ph.D. in kinesiology, emphasis in psychology of physical activity, from the University of Minnesota in 2012. Dr. Kipp’s research interests include positive youth development through physical activity, specifically how coaches and peers can promote psychosocial and physical benefits for youth, such as self-esteem, self-determined motivation, connection with others, and physical activity behavior. Dr. Kipp teaches psychosocial aspects of exercise and sports science, theories and principles of coaching, and developmental sports education.
Bolter, N.D., & Kipp, L.E. (in press). Sportsperson ship coaching behaviors, relatedness need satisfaction, and early adolescent athletes’ prosocial and antisocial behaviors. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1080/1612197X.2016.1142461
Weiss, M.R., Bolter, N.D., & Kipp, L.E. (2016). Evaluation of The First Tee in promoting positive youth development: Group comparisons and longitudinal trends. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 87, 271-283. DOI: 10.1080/02701367.2016.1172698
Kipp, L.E., & Weiss, M.R. (2015). Social predictors of psychological need satisfaction and well-being among female adolescent gymnasts: A longitudinal analysis. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, 4, 153-169.
Weiss, M.R., Bolter, N.D., & Kipp, L.E. (2014). Assessing impact of physical activity-based youth development programs: Validation of the Life Skills Transfer Survey (LSTS). Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 85, 263-278.
Kipp, L.E., & Weiss, M.R. (2013). Social influences, psychological need satisfaction, and well-being among female adolescent gymnasts. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, 2, 62-75.