RESEARCH


RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS & GRANTS

  1. Kuchar, A. L., Neff, K. D., & Mosewich, A. D. (2023). Resilience and Enhancement in Sport, Exercise, & Training (RESET): A brief self-compassion intervention with NCAA student-athletes. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 67, 102426. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychsport.2023.102426. [Peer-reviewed article].
  2. Kuchar, A. L. (2022). RESET: A brief self-compassion intervention with NCAA student-athletes. https://doi.org/10.26153/tsw/45392. [Dissertation].
  3. Research From the Front Porch (2022). RESET: A brief self-compassion intervention with NCAA Student-Athletes. [December Research Brief]. University of Washington Center for Leadership in Athletics.
  4. NCAA Graduate Student Research Grant (2019). Bouncing back from failure: A self-compassion intervention with NCAA student-athletes. [Summary of findings].

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS

  1.  Chu, A., Kuchar, A., Frentz, D., & Silversides, L. (2023, October). Being Kind to Oneself and Beyond: Diverse and Flexible Approaches for Working with Athletes on Self-Compassion. [Workshop]. Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
  2. Kuchar, A., Neff, K., & Mosewich, A. (2022, October). Resilience and Enhancement in Sport, Exercise, & Training (RESET): The impact on student-athlete coping, well-being, and perceived performance. [Lecture presentation]. Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference, Fort Worth, TX.
  3. Kuchar, A., & Henegar, M. (2022, June). Receptiveness to self-compassion: The roles of language, athlete status, gender, and traditional masculinity idiology. [Poster session]. North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Annual Conference. Kona, HI.
  4. Kuchar, A., & Van De Walle, K. (2022, April). Coping with failure: The role of perspective-taking and self-compassion for undergraduate students and athletes. [Paper session]. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. Final Paper.
  5. Kuchar, A., Van De Walle, K., Mitchell, N., & Mosewich, A. (2021, June). Making mistakes: What athletes perceive as most harmful to performance and well-being. [Poster session]. North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Annual Conference. Virtual Conference.
  6. Kuchar, A. (2020, October). Fail Better: A brief self-compassion intervention with NCAA student-athletes. [Lecture presentation]. Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference. Virtual Conference.
  7. Kuchar, A., Kimball, S., & Diehl, D (2020, October). What would a positive coach say? Enhancing goal-directed self-talk through self-compassion. [Poster session]. Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference. Virtual Conference.
  8. Kuchar, A., Kimball, S., & Diehl, D (2020, October). Positive coaches: A new perspective for self-compassion in sport. [Poster session]. Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Conference. Virtual Conference.
  9. Kuchar, A., & Kimball, S. (2019, June). Self-compassion in sports: Athletes may benefit more from taking a coach’s perspective than a friend’s. [Verbal session]. North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  10. Kuchar, A., Park, J., & Choe, N. (2018, April). Self-compassion as a moderator between fear of failure and academic motivation for undergraduate student athletes. [Roundtable session]. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New York City, NY.
  11. Kuchar, A., & Kraus, S. (2015, April). Overcoming fear of failure: Self-compassion in sport psychology. [Poster session]. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Salt Lake City, UT.

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Danae Frentz: Alberta, Canada
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