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My Research Interests:
My research interests include examining the individual difference variables that influence individual's perceptions of effort and affect during and following exercise. Some of the variables that are of interest are personality, self-efficacy and brain activity.

Photo of Eric Hall - Excellence in Scholarship Award for The School of Education, May 2006
Excellence in Scholarship Award for The School of Education - May 2006

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Education:
1997-2000
Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Kinesiology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Major Area: Exercise Psychology
Ph.D. Thesis: "Predicting self-reported affective responses to exercise: An examination of individual differences." Abstract
1994-1997
Master of Science, Department of Kinesiology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Major Area: Exercise Psychology
M.S. Thesis: "Brain activation and psychological health as a function of physical activity in older adults."
1990-1994
Bachelor of Science (Health and Sport Studies), Department of Physical Education, Health and Sports Studies, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Majors: Exercise Science and Sport Organization
Minor: Nutrition
Published Articles:
Ekkekakis, P., Hall, E.E., & Petruzzello, S.J. (2005). Some like it vigorous: Measuring individual differences in the preference for and tolerance of exercise intensity. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 27, 350-374. PDF of article
Photo of Eric Hall at the New Fellows Reception in Denver, CO June 2006
New Fellows Reception in Denver, CO - June 2006
Hall, E.E., Ekkekakis, P., & Petruzzello, S.J. (2005). Is the relationship of RPE to psychological factors intensity-dependent? Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, 37 (8), 1365-1373. PDF of article
Ekkekakis, P., Hall, E.E., & Petruzzello, S.J. (2005). Variation and universality in affective responses to physical activity of varying intensities: an alternative perspective on dose-response based on evolutionary considerations. Journal of Sport Sciences, 23 (5), 477-500. PDF of article
Ekkekakis, P., Hall, E.E., & Petruzzello, S.J. (2005). Evaluation of the circumplex structure of the Activation Deactivation Adjective Checklist before and after a short walk. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 6, 83-101. PDF of article
Miller, P.C., Bailey, S.P., Barnes, M.E., Derr, S.J., & Hall, E.E. (2004). The effects of protease supplementation on skeletal muscle function and DOMS following downhill running. Journal of Sport Sciences, 22 (4), 365-372. PDF of article
Ekkekakis, P., Hall, E.E., & Petruzzello, S.J. (2004). Practical markers of the transition from aerobic to anaerobic metabolism during exercise: Rationale and a case for affect-based exercise prescription. Preventive Medicine, 38 (2), 149-159. PDF of article
Hall, E.E., Ekkekakis, P., & Petruzzello, S.J. (2002). The affective beneficence of vigorous exercise revisited. British Journal of Health Psychology, 7, 47-66. PDF of article
Petruzzello, S.J., Hall, E.E., & Ekkekakis, P. (2001). Regional brain activation as a biological marker of affective responsivity to acute exercise: Influence of fitness. Psychophysiology, 38(1), 99-106. PDF of article
VanLanduyt, L.M., Ekkekakis, P., Hall, E.E., & Petruzzello, S.J. (2000). Throwing the mountains into the lakes: On the perils of nomothetic conceptions of the exercise-affect relationship. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 22 (3), 208 - 234. PDF of article
Ekkekakis, P., Hall, E.E., VanLanduyt, L.M., & Petruzzello, S.J. (2000). Walking in (affective) circles: Can short walks enhance affect? Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 23 (3), 245-275. PDF of article
Hall, E.E., Ekkekakis, P., VanLanduyt, L.M., & Petruzzello, S.J. (2000). Resting frontal asymmetry predicts self-selected walking speed but not affective responses to a short walk. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 71 (1), 74-79. PDF of article
Ekkekakis, P., Hall, E.E., & Petruzzello, S.J. (1999). Measuring state anxiety in the context of acute exercise using the State Anxiety Inventory: An attempt to resolve the brouhaha. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 21 (3), 205-229. PDF of article
Hall, E.E., & Petruzzello, S.J. (1999). Frontal asymmetry, dispositional affect and physical activity in older adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 7, 76-90. PDF of article
Chapter:
Petruzzello, S.J., Ekkekakis, P., & Hall, E.E. (2006). Physical activity and affect: EEG studies. In. E.O. Acevedo and P. Ekkekakis (Eds.), Psychobiology of physical activity (pp.111-128). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
Refereed Research Publications in Conference Proceedings:
Hall, E., Chmelo, E., DeWitt, R., Kostura, C., Morrison, J. & Miller, P. (2005). Do you feel the pump? Examination of affective responses to different modes of resistance training in college females. In T. Morris (Ed.), Proceedings of the 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology. Sydney, Australia: International Society of Sport Psychology. PDF of article
Hall, E.E., Ekkekakis, P., Petruzzello, S.J. (August 2005). Is the role of cognitive factors in exercise responses intensity-dependent? Extending the dual-mode model to perceived exertion. In T. Morris (Ed.), Proceedings of the 11th World Congress of Sport Psychology. Sydney, Australia: International Society of Sport Psychology. PDF of article
Presentations and Published Abstracts:
Bixby, W.R., Hall, E.E., Miller, P.C., Martin, B.E. & Kostura, C. M. (June 2006). Relationship between preference for and tolerance of intensity of exercise and physical fitness variables. North American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. Denver, CO. Abstract published in Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 28, Supplement, S34.

EEG preparation to examine brain activity
during exercise.

Hall, E.E., Chmelo, E.A., Sanders, K.N., & Miller, P.C. (June 2006). Does a mirrored environment influence the affective or perceptual responses to resistance exercise? North American Society of Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. Denver, CO. Abstract published in Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 28, Supplement, S79.
Bailey, E.K., Miller, P.C., Kostura, C.M., & Hall, E.E. (June 2006). Effects of various stimuli on exercise performance. American College of Sports Medicine. Denver, CO. Abstract published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38 (5 Supp.), S370.
Bailey, S.P., Pfluger, K.C., Holt, C., La Budde, Z., Afergan, D. Bartlett, S., Stripling, R., Miller, P.C. & Hall, E.E. (June 2006). Changes in performance of a virtual reality task subsequent to prolonged exercise in the heat and carbohydrate supplementation. American College of Sports Medicine National Meeting. Denver, CO. Abstract published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38 (5 Supp.), S269-270.
Hall, E.E., Martin, B.E., Bailey, S.P., Miller, P.C. & Folger, S.E. (June 2006). Changes in EEG activity during exercise: Due to duration or intensity of exercise? American College of Sports Medicine. Denver, CO. Abstract published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38 (5 Supp.), S54.
Holt, C. Bailey, S.P., Pfluger, K.C., Barlett, S., Stripling, R., & Hall, E.E. (June 2006). Impact of carbohydrate supplementation on perceptual and affective responses to prolonged exercise in the heat. American College of Sports Medicine. Denver, CO. Abstract published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38 (5 Supp.), S344.
Miller, P.C., Bailey, E.K., Blakeslee, R.L., & Hall, E.E. (June 2006). The influence of various distraction stimuli on affective responses to cycle ergometry. American College of Sports Medicine. Denver, CO. Abstract published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38 (5 Supp.), S98.
Hall, E.E., Walch, R.E., Blake, K.T., & Simms, A.E. (April 2006). Changes in weight and physical activity patterns among first year college students. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Atlanta, GA.
Miller, P.C., Hall, E.E., Kostura, C.M., & Bixby, W.R. (April 2006). Relationship between exercise dependence, physical fitness, and physical activity. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Atlanta, GA.
Bixby, W.R., Miller, P.C., Martin, B.E., & Hall, E.E. (April 2006). Relationships between activity, fitness, self-esteem and satisfaction with life. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Atlanta, GA.

Blakeslee, R.L., Bailey, E.K., Miller, P.C., Delgiorno, J.M., & Hall, E.E.  (February 2006).  The  influence of various distraction stimuli on affective responses to cycle ergometry.  Southeast American  College of Sports Medicine.  Charlotte, NC.   

Chmelo, E., Sanders, K.N., Miller, P.C., & Hall, E.E.  (February 2006).  Self- reflection –  mirrors and resistance training, do they influence affect and state anxiety responses? Southeast American  College of Sports Medicine.  Charlotte, NC.   

Kostura, C.M., Miller, P.C., Hall, E.E., Gonzalez, L.M., & Bailey, E.K.  (February 2006).   Effects of various stimuli on exercise performance. Southeast American College of Sports Medicine.   Charlotte, NC.   

Martin, B., Bellezza, P., Folger, S.E., Bailey, S.P., Miller, P.C., & Hall, E.E.  (February 2006).   Are the changes in brain activity during exercise due to accumulation or intensity of exercise? Southeast  American College of Sports Medicine.  Charlotte, NC.   

Morse, A.S., Hall, E.E., Bailey, E.K., & Miller, P.C. (February 2006).  Relationships between  preference and tolerance of exercise intensity and exercise performance.  Southeast American College of  Sports Medicine.  Charlotte, NC.      

Rappaport, L.E., Dewitt, R.E., McDonough, K.K., Miller, P.C., & Hall, E.E.  (February 2006).   Resistance training with mirrors: effect on heart rate and rate of perceived exertion.  Southeast American  College of Sports Medicine.  Charlotte, NC.     

Hall, E.E., & Miller, P.C. (October 2005). Further validation of the PRETIE-Q: Relationship  between preference and tolerance and self-reported physical activity.  American College of Sports  Medicine: Walking for Health Conference.  Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Bixby, W.R., & Hall, E.E., & Miller, P.C. (October 2005).  Predictors of health-related quality of  life in college students.  American College of Sports Medicine: Walking for Health Conference.  Urbana Champaign, IL.

Hall, E.E., Ekkekakis, P., & Petruzzello, S.J. (August 2005). Is the role of cognitive factors in exercise responses intensity-dependent? Extending the dual-mode model to perceived exertion. International Society of Sport Psychology. Sydney, Australia.
Hall, E.E., Chmelo, E., DeWitt, R., Kostura, C., Morrison, J., & Miller P. (August 2005). Do you feel the pump? Examination of affective responses to different modes of resistance training in college females. International Society of Sport Psychology. Sydney, Australia.
Hall, E.E., Nevin, T.L., & Miller, P.C. (June 2005). Relationships between physical activity, physical fitness and preference and tolerance of exercise intensity. American College of Sports Medicine. Nashville, TN. Abstract published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37 (5 Supp.), S369-370.
Bailey, S., Hall, E., Miller, P., & Folger, S. (June 2005). Changes in brain activity, affect, and perception during graded exercise. American College and Sports Medicine. Nashville, TN. Abstract published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37 (5 Supp.), S207.
Lind, E., Ekkekakis, P., Hall, E.E., & Petruzzello, S.J. (June 2005). Comparison of computerized methods for determining the gas exchange threshold. American College of Sports Medicine. Nashville, TN. Abstract published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37 (5 Supp.), S236.
Miller, P.C., Hall, E.E., Morrison, J.M., Kostura, C.M., & Bailey, S.P. (June 2005). The effects of various modes of resistance exercise on RPE and HR among female participants. American College of Sports Medicine. Nashville, TN. Abstract published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37 (5 Supp.), S190.
Chmelo, E., Hall, E., DeWitt, R., Morrison, J., Kostura, C., & Miller, P. (January 2005). State anxiety responses in college-aged females to different resistance training modes. Southeast American College of Sports Medicine. Charlotte, NC.
Kostura, C.M., Miller, P.C., Morrison, J., DeWitt, R., Chmelo, E., & Hall, E.E. (January 2005). Assessment of resistance training using HR and RPE: A preliminary evaluation. Southeast American College of Sports Medicine. Charlotte, NC.
Nevin, T., Hall, E., Schuldt, J., & Miller, P. (January 2005). Health related quality of life in college-aged students: What factors influence? Southeast American College of Sports Medicine. Charlotte, NC.
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