Dr. Caterina Pesce
Dr. Caterina Pesce is graduate in Physical Education (Superior Institute of Physical Education of Rome), degree in Movement and Sport Sciences (University Institute of Movement Sciences of Rome), Master of Psychology (University” La Sapienza” of Rome), and PhD in Philosophy (Free University of Berlin).
Currently Professor in Methods and Techniques in Movement and Sport, in the Università degli Studi di Roma “Foro Italico” faculty member of the doctoral program in Sports and Physical Activity Sciences and Ergonomics, member of the Department of Movement, Human and Health Sciences of the Italian University Sport and Movement and founding member of the Italian Society of Movement and Sports Sciences.
She contributed to research across the lifespan and in skilled athletes in the areas of sport and exercise psychology and physical education, with focus on exercise and cognition, rise and fall of motor coordination and enhanced physical education. Her editorial activity includes (co)authorship of international and national articles, co-authorship of books (one published by Wiley-Blackwell and two forthcomings by Elsevier and Human Kinetics). She is on the editorial board of the JSEP and associate editor of the JAPA.