Dr. Ryan Rhodes is an exercise psychologist and his research and teaching are focused on the psychology of physical activity and sedentary behaviour. He has applied interests in early family development of physical activity and special populations. Ryan’s diverse expertise stems from my BA in Psychology and a MA in Exercise Psychology from the University of British Columbia. He completed his PhD in Behavioral Medicine at the University of Alberta and began a faculty position at the University of Victoria in June of 2001.
He is the director of the Behavioural Medicine (BMED) lab within the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education at the University of Victoria, Canada. For more information about Dr. Rhodes and the complete profile of his research, visit http://bmed.uvic.ca/
For a list of Dr. Ryan Rhodes' current Research Projects