Daniel Hollander

Daniel B. Hollander

Associate Professor and Fitness and Human Performance Program Coordinator

Office: KHS 108 Dan Hollander
Phone: 985-549-3870

Member of Southeastern Louisiana University faculty since 1999


West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV Ed. D. Sport Psychology with a minor in Counseling. 2000.


Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS M.S. Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sport and Exercise Psychology. 1995


The Metropolitan State of Denver, Denver, CO B.A. Psychology and Human Performance, double major. 1991.


The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA Studies inlcuded classical literature and human health behavior. 1988


Courses taught include
KIN 326-Advanced Strength and Conditioning
KIN 436- Psychosocial Dimensions of Physical Activity and Sport
KIN 623- Introduction to Sport and Exercise Psychology
KIN 624- Applied Research in Sport and Exercise Psychology
KIN 626- Advanced Strength and Conditioning

Research interests
The focus of my research recently has been on the response of effort sense (RPE) and pain different resistance exercise protocols, motivational issues with athletes and exercisers, the impact of physical activity interventions with children.

Recent Publications
Hollander, D.B., Kraemer, R. R., , Kilpatrick, M. W., Ramadan, Z. G., Reeves, G. V.,

Francois, M, Hebert, E. P. & Tryniecki, J. T. (in press). Maximal eccentric and concentric

strength discrepancies between young men and women for dynamic resistance exercise. J .Strength Cond. Res.


Reeves GV, Kraemer RR, Hollander DB, Clavier J, Thomas C, Francois M, Castracane VD.

Comparison of Hormone Responses Following Light Resistance Exercise with Partial Vascular Occlusion and Moderate Resistance Exercise Without Occlusion. J Appl Physiol. 2006 Aug 10.

Baghurst. T., Hollander, D. B., Nardella, B., & Haff, G. G. (2006).
Change in sociocultural ideal male physique: An examination of past and present action figures. Body Image: An International Journal. 87- 91.


Kraemer, R. R., Hollander, D.B., Reeves, G. V., Francois, M., Ramadan, Z. G., Meeker, B.,

Tryniecki, J. T., Hebert, E. P., & Castracane, V. D. (2005). Similar hormonal responses to concentric and eccentric muscle actions using relative loadings. Eurpoean Journal of Applied Physiology, Dec. 21, 1-7.


Kraemer, R R., Durand, R. J., Hollander, D.B., Tryniecki, J. L., Hebert, E. P. & Castracane,

V. D. (2004). Ghrelin and Other Glucoregulatory Hormone Responses to Eccentric and Concentric Muscle Contractions. Endocrine, 24 ( 1), 9398.


Clemons, J., Duncan, C., Blanchard, O., Gatch, W., Hollander, D.B., & Doucet, J. (2004).

Relationships Between the Flexed Arm Hang and Select Measure of Muscular Fitness. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 18 (3), 630-636.

Guillot, J., Kilpatrick, M., Hebert, E., & Hollander, D.B.(2004). Applying the

transtheoretical model to exercise adherence in clinical settings. American Journal of Health Studies, 19 (1), 1-10.