Mark Hartman, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
  • Ryan Research Assistant Professor of Neuroscience
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Dr. Hartman’s research examines the psychological and neurological processes associated with physical activity. Specifically, Dr. Hartman investigates the neural underpinnings of the sense of exertional fatigue and the mechanisms underlying physical activity behavior and adherence. His current work focuses on modulating the sense of exertional fatigue using transcranial electric stimulation (tES). Understanding the neural basis of exertional fatigue will guide the development of a potential treatment for clinical fatigue.