Psychophysiology for Sport Lab

Boston University Sport Psychology has had a long history of examining the role of biofeedback in sport.  Through use of technology athletes are able to enhance their self-awareness and manage stress and intensity levels.  Biofeedback can be directly practical to three areas of an athlete’s performance:biofeedback 3

Current research inquiries:

  • Biofeedback assisted development of reaction time in ice-hockey
  • Examination of HRV and EEG activity during online and live poker competition
  • The effect of self-regulation education through biofeedback on service-returns in tennis