Anthony G. Delli Paoli, PhD, is an Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of Sport Studies. He is interested in psychology of physical activity and how it interfaces with feeling states and cognitive performance. His current research examines how physical activity may help those who experience social challenges, such as being ignored, left out or rejected. This work focuses on young adults, typically developing children, and children with ADHD. His research appears in the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology and Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.
Kinesiology, Doctor of Philosophy, Michigan State University
Kinesiology, Master of Science, Michigan State University
Psychology, Exercise Science and Sport Studies, Bachelor of Science, Rutgers University
The influence of friends and peers in youth sport. (2017)
Does walking mitigate affective and cognitive responses to social exclusion? (2017)