Elizabeth M. Mullin
Elizabeth M. Mullin
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Athletic Training and Exercise Science Facilities
Liz Mullin (she/they) is an associate professor and department chair of Exercise Science and Athletic Training. She encourages her graduate students to think and write critically about what data do and do not say. In her scholarship, she explores how gender and sexual orientation impact experiences in sport. She received the NAKHE Hally Beth Poindexter Young Scholar Award and the SHAPE America Mabel Lee Award. She is a fellow for SHAPE America and the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Mullin was a fellow of the American Kinesiology Association Leadership Institute and is an alumnae of HERS Weekend Leadership Institute.
- Gender and sexuality in sport and physical activity
- RSCH 610 - Foundations and Methods
- RSCH 620 - Educational Psychology Statistics I
- RSCH 612 - Thesis Proposal Design
- RSCH 720 - Educational Psychology Statistics II
- RSCH 740 - Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling
- Certified Mental Performance Consultant, Association for Applied Sport Psychology
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association
- Mullin, E. M., Halbrook, M. K., Grace, A., & Haworth, C. (2022, July). Sexual prejudice, traditional masculinity, and athletic identity in US collegiate athletes. Paper presented at the triannual European Congress of Sport & Exercise Psychology, Padova, Italy.
- Halbrook, M., Mullin, E. M., Bottino, A., & Cloud, K. (2023, March). CMPC attitudes towards transgender individuals. Paper to be presented at the annual Social Justice through Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium, Springfield, MA.
- Mullin, E. M., Baeth, A., & Viera, K. (2022, March). Gender and sexual orientation identities among NCAA athletes: A pilot study. Paper presented at the annual Social Justice through Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium, Virtual Conference.
- Ede., A., Vargas, T., Mullin, E. M., Cullagh, P., & Watson II, J. C. (2021, October). Transitioning into academic leadership positions: What to know and consider. Panel presented at the annual conference for the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Las Vegas, NV.
- Bennett, H., Mullin, L., & Tibbetts, E. (2021, March). Teaching social justice. Panel discussion at the Social Justice through Sport and Exercise Psychology Virtual Discussion.
- Coakley, S., D’Andrea, Kennedy, J., & Mullin, E. (2021, March). Promoting diversity and inclusion in sport psychology domains; Discussing perceptions & practices in the field. Panel session at Association for Applied Sport Psychology New England Regional Annual Conference, Virtual Conference.
- Shaffer, K., Meir, G., Hutchinson, J., Mullin, E. M., & Zakrajsek, R. A. (2020, October). How does she do it? Women in academia share their unique stories about finding their way in sport psychology. Panel presented at the annual conference for the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Virtual Conference.
- Mullin, E. M., Halbrook, M. K., Grace, A., & Haworth, C. (2020, October). Validation of the Sexual Prejudice in Sport Scale in the United States. Paper presented at the annual conference for the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Virtual Conference.
- Mullin, E. M., Cook, S., Socolow, R., Wooley, S. E., & Grace, A. (2019, July). If you build it, they will come out: Developing an LGB inclusive environment in US collegiate athletics. Paper presented at the quadrennial European Congress of Sport & Exercise Psychology, Münster, Germany.
- Mullin, E. M., & Socolow, R. (2018, October). Inclusive language for working with transgender athletes. Workshop presented at the annual conference for the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
- Mullin, E. M., Bottino, A., Wadworth, D., Petruzzello, S., & Vargas, T. (2022). Mental health and perceived stress of Kinesiology graduate students. Kinesiology Review, 11(4), 337-342. https://doi.org/10.1123/kr.2022-0020
- Mullin, E. M., Hutchinson, J. C., Mellano, K. T., Bird, J. M., & Karageorghis, C. I. (2021). Impact of COVID-19 restrictions on mental health and physical activity among LGBQAP and heterosexual adults. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/19359705.2021.1995097
- Waldron, J. J., & Mullin, E. M. (2021). Queer, non-biological mothers: Competing, marginalized athletic identities. Journal of Homosexuality. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/00918369.2021.1999120
- Karageorghis, C. I., Bird, J. M., Hutchinson, J. C., Hamer, M., Delevoye-Turrell, Y. N., Guérin, S. M. R., Mullin, E. M., Mellano, K. T., Parsons-Smith, R. L., Terry, V. R., & Terry, P. C. (2021). Physical activity and mental well-being under COVID-19 lockdown: A multination study. BMC Publish Health, 21(988), 1-13. https://www.doi.org/10.1186/s12889-021-10931-5
- Mullin, E. M., & Cook, S. (2021). Collegiate coach attitudes towards lesbians and gay men. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 16(3), 519-527. https://www.doi.org/10.1177/1747954120977130
- Pottratz, S., T., Hutchinson, J. C., Karageoghis, C. I., Mullin, E. M., & Zenko, S. (2021). Prime movers: Effects of subliminal primes, music, and music-video on psychological response to exercise. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 55(2), 112-122. https://academic.oup.com/abm/article/55/2/112/5850835
- Mullin, E. M., Leone, J. E., & Margolis, G. (2020). Heterosexist Attitudes in Sport – Gay Men scale: Development and initial validation. Journal of Sport Behavior, 43(1), 71-102.
- Jones, L., Hutchinson, J. C., & Mullin, E. M. (2018). In the zone: An exploration of trait characteristics underlying variable affective responses to exercise. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 40(5), 249-258. https://www.doi.org/10.1123/jsep.2017-0360
- Mullin, E. M., Leone, J. E., & Pottratz, S. (2018). Coming out experiences of a gay male volleyball player. The Sport Psychologist, 32, 226-236. https://www.doi.org/10.1123/tsp.2017-0040
- Mullin, E. M., & Bergan, M. (2018). Cultural and occupational barriers facing women professionals in strength and conditioning. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 40(6), 15-20. https://www.doi.org/10.1519/SSC.0000000000000379