Dr. Gily Meir
Dr. Gily Meir was born and raised in Israel where she received a BA in Psychology, Sociology & Anthropology. She studied Sport and Exercise Psychology in her MS and PhD at California State University, Long Beach followed by Florida State University. Dr. Meir’s research focus on training and supervision of mental performance consultants. In addition, she conducted, presented, and published research in other areas such as the connection between cognitions, emotions, and performance. Dr. Meir is a former collegiate tennis player and served as a Lieutenant with the Israel Defense Forces. She has been consulting athletes and coaches of different levels, ages, and sports for over 10 years.
- Liu S, Boiangin N, Meir G, Shaffer Ka, Lebeau Jc, Basevitch I, Tenenbaum G.. (2019). Ironic and Overcompensating Processes Under Avoidance Instructions in Motor Tasks: An Attention Imbalance Model with Golf-Putting Evidence. 45(12): 1596-1613.
- Meir, G.. (n.d.). Are the
Measurements of Attention Allocation and Perceived Exertion Trustworthy?. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Sc, 19(4): 167-176.
- Wu, W. F. W., Young, D. E., Schandler, S. L., Meir, G., Judy, R. L. M., Perez, J., & Cohen, M. J.. (n.d.). Contextual interference and augmented feedback: Is there an additive effect for motor learning?. Human Movement Science, 30(6): 1092-1101.
- Bird, M.D., Chow, G.M., Meir, G., & Freeman, J.. (n.d.). The Influence of Stigma on College Students' Attitudes
Toward Online Video Counseling and Face‐to‐Face Counseling. Journal of College Counseling, 22: 256-269.
- Bird, M.D., Chow, G.M., Meir, G., & Freeman, J.. (n.d.). Student-athlete and student non-athletes’ attitudes toward
seeking online and face-to-face counseling. 12(3): 1-32.