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A head shot of Jasmin Hutchinson, faculty member in the Department of Exercise Science and Sport Studies
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fla., 2004
  • Master of Science, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Ill., 1999
  • Bachelor of Science, Loughborough University, Leicestershire, England, 1998

Jasmin Hutchinson received her undergraduate degree in sport science, physical education, and social science from Loughborough University, UK, a master’s degree in exercise science from Eastern Illinois University, and a PhD in sport psychology from Florida State University. She previously taught at Oxford College of Emory University, before joining Springfield College in 2010.

Research Interests

  • Psychophysiology
  • Attentional focus
  • Effects of music in sport and exercise
  • Behavior change

Courses Taught

  • Special Topics in Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • Internship I and II
  • Internship in Applied Sport Psychology
  • Health/Fitness Management
  • Counseling for Enhanced Performance

Certifications and Memberships

  • Fellow of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology
  • American College of Sports Medicine - Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C)
  • Association for Applied Sport Psychology Certified Mental Performance Consultant
  • North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Member

Selected Works

Presentations

  • Hutchinson, J.C. & O’Neil, B.J. (2017, October). The Effects of Music on Recovery from Intense Exercise. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Orlando, FL.
  • Guarnieri, S. & Hutchinson, J.C. (2017, October). The Effect of Motivational Music and Task Intensity on Performance and Psychophysical Responses in Youth Swimmers. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Orlando, FL.
  • Christensen, D., Brewer, B.W., & Hutchinson, J.C. (2017, October). The Psychological Experience of Ultramarathon Running: A Multimodal Approach. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Orlando, FL.
  • Christensen, D., Hutchinson, J.C., & Brewer, B.W. (2017, October). “Literally like a party”: Social Aspects of Ultrarunning. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Orlando, FL.
  • Wooley, S.E., Dempsey, K., Matthews, T.D., Laguilles, R., Hutchinson, J.C., Rowe, D.A., & Headley, S. A. (2017). Occupational Sitting and Physical Activity among College Employees. American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, CO.
  • Hutchinson, J.C., O’Neil, B.O., & Cudworth, R. (2016, May). Effects of stimulative vs. sedative music on psychophysiological variables during active recovery from intense exercise. American College of Sports Medicine, Boston, MA.
  • Moore, A., Dalton, P., Hutchinson, J.C., Winter, C.R., & Paolone, V. (2016, May). The Effects of Exercise Modality on Pacing Strategy During Endurance Exercise. American College of Sports Medicine, Boston, MA.
  • Hutchinson, J.C., Beachy, E., Christensen, D., & Brewer, B.W. (2015, October). First Steps: A hands-on guide to establishing a successful Psyching Team. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Hutchinson, J. C., Karageorghis, C. I., Black, J. D., & Pottratz, S. (2015, July). The Diabeates Project: Effects of music and music-video during exercise in a clinical setting. European Congress of Sport Psychology, Bern, Switzerland.

Publications

  • Hutchinson, J.C., Jones, L, Vitti, S.N, Moore, A., Dalton, P.C., & O’Neil, B.J. (in press). The influence of self-selected music on affect-regulated exercise intensity and remembered pleasure during treadmill running. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology.
  • Christensen, D. A., Brewer, B. W., & Hutchinson, J. C. (in press). Bringing it to life: The use of a multimodal method in sport psychology research. SAGE Research Methods Cases: Psychology
  • Christensen, D. A., Brewer, B. W., & Hutchinson, J. C. (in press) Psychological Predictors of Performance in a 161 km Ultramarathon Run. International Journal of Sport Psychology.
  • Hutchinson, J. C. (2017). Running with Music. Journal of the American Medical Athletic Association, 30(1) 13-15.
  • Hutchinson, J. C., Karageorghis, C. I., & Black, J. D. (2017). The Diabeates Project: Perceptual, Affective and Psychophysiological Effects of Music and Music-Video in a Clinical Exercise Setting. Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 41(1), 90-96. doi: 10.1016/j.jcjd.2016.07.009.
  • Bergan, M. & Hutchinson, J. C. (2016). Motivational Climate and Coach-Athlete Relationships in the Weight Room. NSCA Coach, 3(2), 44-47.
  • Buck, D., Hutchinson, J.C., Winter, C.R., & Thompson, B.A. (2016). The Effects of Mental Imagery on Self-Efficacy and Front Squat Performance. Sports, 4(2), 23. doi:10.3390/sports4020023
  • Meir, G., Hutchinson, J.C., Habeeb, C., Boiangin, N., Basevitch, I., Shaffer, C., & Tenenbaum, G. (2015). Are the measurements of attention allocation and perceived exertion trustworthy? Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 19, 167-176. doi: 10.1080/1091367X.2015.1061531
  • Gabana, N.T., Van Raalte, J., Hutchinson, J.C., Brewer, B.W., & Petitpas, A. (2015). The independent and combined effects of music and a coxswain on attentional focus, perceived exertion, state motivation, and performance during a rowing sprint. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology. doi: 10.1080/10413200.2014.99377
  • Hutchinson, J. C., & Karageorghis, C. I., & Jones, L. (2015). See hear: Psychological effects of music and music-video during treadmill running. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 49(2), 199-211. doi: 10.1007/s12160-014-9647-2

Spring 2017 Laurels Submissions

  • Jasmin Hutchinson, PhD, associate professor of exercise science and sport studies, co-authored “The Diabeates Project: Perceptual, affective, and psychophysiological effects of music and music-video” in Canadian Journal of Diabetes in February 2017.
  • Jasmin Hutchinson, PhD, associate professor of exercise science and sport studies, presented "Can't stop the feeling! The role of music in exercise and health" at St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, N.Y., in February 2017.

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