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Presentations and Publications


On March 24, Lois A. Butcher-Poffley, PhD, MEd, CC-AASP, a professor in Temple’s Department of Kinesiology, partnered with Temple Kinesiology alumnus Becky Clark, PhD, LCSW-R, CC-AASP to present a workshop titled "Deaf and Disability Sport: What We Know, What We Need to Know, and How We Can Serve a Unique Population". Their presentation took place at the North Atlantic Sport Psychology (NASP) Conference, hosted by the Department of Kinesiology.

Rhonda Nelson, PhD, CTRS was invited to speak at the Alzheimer’s Association's Annual Dementia Conference in Cherry Hill, New Jersey on June 5th. Her presentation was titled "Using Activities to Engage Individuals with Dementia".

On June 19, Lois A. Butcher-Poffley, PhD, MEd, CC-AASP presented a workshop with Kinesiology doctoral candidate Leeja Carter at the 25th Anniversary Keystone Health Promotion Conference, held at Penn State University’s Harrisburg campus. The presentation was titled "First, You Have To Go Out The Door: A Workshop On How To Get Moving".


Karin M. Eyrich-Garg, PhD, MPE, LCSW, an Associate Professor of Social Work at Temple University, contributed a chapter to the 2012 revision of the Encyclopedia of Cyber Behavior. This scholarly, peer-reviewed publication, edited by Zheng Yan and published by IGI Global, synthesizes  interdisciplinary scientific research on cyber behavior, including perspectives from the fields of psychology, sociology, economics, criminology, and more. Dr. Eyrich-Garg's chapter, which she co-authored with Dr. Eric Rice of the University of Southern California, is titled "Cyber Behavior of Homeless Adolescents and Adults".