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November 28 Tech Tuesday Talk: Kelley Strohacker on leveraging smartphones in exercise science research

Date:  Tuesday, November 28, 2017

 Time:  Noon

Place:  Discovery 1, 915 Greene Street, Room 140

 Speaker:  Kelley Strohacker, PhD              


There is an "I" in Exercise:  Leveraging Smartphones to Understand Time-Varying Intra-Individual Antecedents of Exercise Behavior


Dr. Kelley Strohacker is an Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  She will discuss her ongoing experience using Qualtrics SMS to conduct Ecological Momentary Assessment.  These measures can be used to better understand intra-individual factors and their relationships to subsequent exercise behavior.  As an example, she will introduce the concept of Flexible Nonlinear Periodization as a novel framework for prescribing exercise and applying Qualtrics and EMA.


Presented by:


Technology Center to Promote Healthy Lifestyles

A South Carolina SmartState Center at USC Arnold School of Public Health

Tech Tuesday Talks is a free, monthly seminar series bringing together researchers from across the USC campus who share an interest in technology-assisted health promotion and disease prevention interventions and research.  The series presents a forum to learn about one another’s work, spark collaborations, as well as introduce students to the ongoing research conducted on the USC campus which incorporates technology in health promotion.  All interested faculty, staff, students and the general public are invited to attend.  Tech Tuesday Talks are presented on the fourth Tuesday of the month in Discovery I Building, Room 140 at noon.  To learn more, visit or contact

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