Keith E. Naugle

Clinical Assistant Professor

Phone:
(317) 274-0602
Fax:
(317) 278-2041
Email:
kenaugle@iupui.edu
Department:
Kinesiology

Résumé/CV

NIFS 113
IU School of Physical Education and Tourism Management - IUPUI
901 W. New York Street, Ste. 250
Indianapolis, IN
46202

Education

  • Ph.D., Health and Human Performance, Specialization Athletic Training, Minor Health Education and Behavior, University of Florida, May 2009
  • M.S., Kinesiology, University of Illinois, May 2002
  • B.S., Sports Medicine/Athletic Training, Health and Physical Education, Roanoke College, May 2000,

Biography

Dr Naugle joined the faculty at IUPUI in 2014 after serving as a Clinical Assistant Professor and Clinical Education Coordinator in the University of Florida’s Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology/Fitness Wellness programs from 2006-2014. He received his PHD in 2009 from the University of Florida in Health and Human Performance with a concentration in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine and a minor in Health Education and Behavior. Dr Naugle has a Master’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois and a Bachelor degree in Athletic Training from Roanoke College. During his time at the University of Illinois, Dr Naugle was an athletic trainer and strength and conditioning graduate assistant for the Wheelchair Chair Basketball and Track teams. Dr Naugle also spent two years teaching Health and PE in Roanoke VA, while serving as the high school’s head athletic trainer., Dr Naugle’s research areas are diverse, with two main focus areas (burnout and active gaming). He is presently researching active gaming and its various uses in physical activity, rehabilitation and pain in the School of PETM’s Pain and Physical Activity Laboratory. He is currently collaborating with NASA at the Kennedy Space Center with an active gaming intervention to reduce slips, trips, and falls in NASA employees. Dr Naugle has published in the following journals Journal of Athletic Training, Medicine & Science Sports & Exercise, and the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, with research and invited presentations at multiple national and regional conferences.

Courses Taught

  • HPER-P 205 Structural Kinesiology
  • HPER-P 215 Principles and Practice of Exercise Science
  • HPER-P 397 Kinesiology
  • HPER-P 373 Resistance Exercise and Sports Conditioning
  • HPER 280 Basic Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
  • HPER 533 Advanced Theories of High-Level Performance (Physiologic Principles)

Publications

  • Naugle KM, Naugle KE, Fillingim RB, & Riley III JL. Isometric exercise as a test of pain modulation: Effects of pain modality, psychological variables, and sex. Pain Med. 2014; 15(4) 692-701
  • Naugle KM, Naugle KE, Fillingim RB, Samuels B, & Riley III, JL. Intensity thresholds for aerobic exercise-induced hypoalgesia. Med Sci Spors Exer. 2014; 46(4) 817-825
  • Naugle KE, Wikstrom EA, Active Gaming: Is it a helpful tool for fitness and conditioning, J Strength Condition. 2014; 36(2) 39-44
  • Naugle KE, Naugle KM, Wikstrom EA. Cardiovascular outcomes of active gaming: using the Wii as a cardiovascular training tool.
  • Strength Condit Res. 2014; Feb:28(2) 443-451.
  • Naugle KE, Behar Horenstein LS, Dodd VJ, Tillman MD, Borsa PA. Perceptions of wellness and burnout among certified athletic trainers: gender differences. J Athl Train. 2013;48(3): 424-430.
  •  Wikstrom EA, Tillman MD, Chmielewski TL, Cauraugh JC, Naugle KE, Borsa PB. Discriminating between copers and those with chronic ankle instability. J Athl Train 2012;47(2): 136-142.
  • Conaster P, Naugle KE, Stopka C, Tillman MD. AT Programs: Are They Teaching Enough About Athletes with Disabilities. Athl Ther Today, 2010;15(5):34-36.
  • Wikstrom EA, Tillman MD, Chmielewski TL, Cauraugh JC, Naugle KE, Borsa PA. Dynamic postural control but not mechanical stability differs among those with and without chronic ankle instability. Scan J Med Sci Sport 2010; 20(1) [online only]: DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0838.2009.00929.x
  • Conaster P, Naugle K, Tillman M, & Stopka C. Athletic Trainers’ beliefs toward working with Special Olympic athletes. J Athl Train 2009; 44(3): 279-285.
  •  Wikstrom E, Tillman M, Chmielewski T, Cauraugh J, Naugle K, Borsa P. Self-assessed disability and functional performance in patients with and without ankle instability: a case control study. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 2009; 39(6): 458-467.  

Research Interests

Dr Naugle’s research areas are diverse, with two main focus areas (burnout and active gaming). He is presently researching active gaming and its various uses in physical activity, rehabilitation and pain in the School of PETM’s Pain and Physical Activity Laboratory.

Current Projects

  • Athletic Training student’s perceptions of burnout and physical activity. (a longitudinal study)
  • Active Gaming: Effect on Cardiorespiratory fitness and pain sensitivity
  • Role of Physical Activity Behavior and Physical Fitness in Dysregulated Pain Modulation in Healthy Older Adults
  • Balance interventions with active gaming at NASA (Kennedy Space Center) to reduce slips, trips, and falls in NASA employees.

Honors & Awards

  • IUPUI Athletics Favorite Professor 2014-2015
  • College of Health and Human Performance Teacher of the Year 2009-2010, College of Health and Human Performance, University of Florida

Grants & Funding

  • IUPUI School of Physical Education and Tourism Management Faculty Research Opportunity Grant: “Role of physical activity behavior and physical fitness in dysregulated pain modulation in healthy older adults.”; Role: Co Investigator  
  • College of Health and Human Performance: “2013–2014 Professional Development Award” Continuing Education in Strength and Conditioning and Fitness; Role: Recipient
  • Southeast Athletic Trainers Association Research and Education Committee Grant “Perceptions of Wellness and Burnout Among Certified Athletic Trainers: Contributions of the Wellness Domains” Funded March 2008; Role: Primary Investigator

Presentations

  • Naugle KE, Chang S, Parr JJ, Naugle KM, The influence of fear of pain on activity induced exacerbation of delayed onset muscle pain, Active-video gaming as a treatment for Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, American Pain Society Annual Meeting, Tampa FL, May 2, 2014 (poster)  
  • Naugle KE, Chang S, Parr JJ, Naugle KM, Active Wii gaming reduces exercise induced muscle pain, American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando FL, May 29, 2014 (poster)  
  • Naugle KE, Behar-Horenstein LS, Dodd VJ, Tillman MD, Borsa PB. Likelihood of High Burnout among Certified Athletic Trainers in Various Settings. National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting. St Louis June 2012 (Oral)  Naugle KE, Naugle KM, Wikstrom EA. Active Gaming Comparisons with Traditional Exercise in High and Low Intensity Exercisers. 2012 Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine 36th Annual Meeting, Jacksonville FL, February 11th 2012 (poster)  
  • Invited Special Topics Speaker NATA 64th Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia, “TRX, Exergaming, Crossfit and Boot Camps, Effectiveness as a Reconditioning/Rehabilitation Tool”, June 25, 2013 in Las Vegas, NV.
  • Invited Speaker: Evolve Fitness Symposium. “Periodization: Application of Periodization for Individuals versus Sports Participants” April 7, 2013 Gainesville, FL.    
  • Invited Speaker: Alachua County Fire/Rescue Peer Fitness Counselor Training Program. “TRX and the Usefulness of Suspension Training” Gainesville, FL, March 7th 2013.  
  • Invited Speaker University of Florida Back to School Lecture Series “Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle During Your College Years” Gainesville, FL October 23rd 2010.
  • Key Topic Speaker Southeastern Athletic Training Association (SEATA), 35th Annual Conference and Symposium Key Topic Speaker “Athletic Trainer Burnout” Panama City FL, March 19th 2010.
  • Invited Speaker Sports Medicine Jamboree “Training and Conditioning of the Teenage Athlete” Gainesville, FL, August 29 2009.