A sample of some of the great things going on at HEPL. Watch Rebecca Lee, one of our former MSc students, present her speech this past March on mHealth apps research in the #UBCO 3 Minute Thesis Finals! #3MT here via @YouTube. Read More
Are you a undergrad student or member of staff at UBC Okanagan? Interested in lowering your stress? Take part in a simple and easy mobile app study and receive $25 to Amazon.ca! If interested, please email: email@example.com. Read More
No matter who you are, it takes dedication and commitment to get active and stay active! The research is plain and simple, working out in groups does wonders! http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/british-columbia/plus-size-fitness-health-benefits-1.3396061 Read More
A sample of some of the great things going on at HEPL. Watch Rebecca Lee, one of our former MSc students, present her speech this past March on mHealth apps research in the #UBCO 3 Minute Thesis Finals! #3MT here via @YouTube.
Just published, yesterday, Dr. Jung, Dr. Little, and Dr. Batterham, comment on previous researcher’s doubts about sedentary populations being unable to perform sprint interval training. Simply put, it has to be scientifically proven, by a randomized control trial. This is an informative piece that supports the importance of research, and the belief of the countless benefits of High Intensity Interval Training!
Milk and milk products seem to be getting a bad rap these days. Whether it is misinformation from advertisements, diet trends, unsupported sources, or simply just the ‘word on the street’, dairy is not feeling the love. Yet it continues to give us love through calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D! Give this informative and scientifically supported article a read, it might just surprise you!
Are you a Woman in Science on the UBC Okanagan Campus? Have you struggled with questions about how to find your place in academia?
Come join Dr. Mary Jung on April 8th as she discusses topics such as the negotiation of a equitable salary, how to balance your graduate degree while considering starting a family, and how to remain true to yourself and your goals while developing a career in academia.
Dr. Jung will also run through a few mock scenarios that touch on the hiring process and salary negotiations. You won’t want to miss this.
Come join us April 8th at 12:30pm in ARTS 219 for discussion over a FREE healthy lunch and refreshments!
Welcome to the Health and Exercise Psychology Laboratory! We are located in the Arts building on the University of British Columbia Okanagan campus (Kelowna). The HEPL is overseen by Dr. Mary Jung, Assistant Professor in the School of Health and Exercise Sciences within the Faculty of Health and Social Development. Our areas of interest pertain to the promotion and maintenance of health behaviours, including (but not limited to) exercise, diet, smoking cessation, and reduction in substance use. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org