Terilyn C. Shigeno, Ph.D., CMPC Chicago Campus

"I aim to challenge students to think critically,   
but with an open mind, and to explore individual  
differences within sport, and within life."  
- Terilyn Shigeno

"I aim to challenge students to think critically,
but with an open mind, and to explore individual
differences within sport, and within life."
- Terilyn Shigeno

Terilyn C. Shigeno, PhD, CMPC
Training Coordinator, Sport and Health 

I aim to challenge students to think critically, but with an open mind, and to explore individual differences within sport, and within life. Underlying my specific approaches to teaching is my value in building and developing multicultural competence within the classroom. Adler University’s commitment to social justice parallels my teaching philosophy and style as it encourages students to be advocates, which is particularly important in sport.

Education

  • Ph.D., Kinesiology and Sport Studies, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • M.S., Exercise Science and Sport Studies, Springfield College
  • B.S., Exercise Science, Pacific University

Professional Memberships

  • Association for Applied Sport Psychology

Select Publications

  • Shigeno, T. C., Lauer, E. E., Wrisberg, C. A., DeLisio, D. C., & Lin, P. Developing Attentional Control in High School Football: Two Case Studies. (accepted 8-23-18). Journal of Sport Psychology in Action.
  • Shigeno, T. C., Fisher, L. A., & Murray, M. (2018). Moral disengagement in U.S. National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III (DIII) collegiate athletes and non-athletes. The Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 12(2), 105-113.
  • Fisher, L. A., Shigeno, T. C., Bejar, M. P., Larsen, L. K., & Gearity, B. (2017). Caring practices among U.S. National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I female and male assistant coaches. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 13(4), 471-484
  • Fisher, L. A., & Shigeno, T. C. (2017). Gender-based violence in athletics. In K.L. Nadal (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of psychology and gender. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. 

Select Presentations

  • Fisher, L. A., Larsen, L. K., Shigeno, T. C., & Bejar, M. P. Strengthening Coach Caring. North American Coach Development Summit, June 2018
  • Shigeno, T. C., & Fisher, L. A. An Exploration of U.S. NCAA Division I (DI) Female Soccer Players’ Perceptions Regarding Sport Moral Strengths. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, October 2017
  • Shigeno, T. C., & Fisher, L. A. The White Line Theory: Moral Dilemmas Faced by U.S. NCAA Division I (DI) Female Soccer Players. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, October 2017
  • Lauer, E. E., Shigeno, T. C., Fisher, L. A., Johnson, E. J., & Zakrajsek, R. A. From the Age of Innocence to the Age of Acknowledgement: Competitive Youth Soccer Club Coaches’ Perceptions of Moral Atmosphere. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, October 2017
  • DeLisio, D. C., Lauer, E. E., Shigeno, T. C., Lin, P. Building a Brotherhood: Neophyte Consultants’ Experiences of Working with a High School Football Program. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, October 2017
  • Shigeno, T. C., Fisher, L. A., Bejar, M. P., & McHenry, L. Exploring the Experiences of Asian American Sport Psychology Professionals: An Underrepresented Population in the Field. Social Justice through Sport and Exercise Symposium, April 2017 

Professional and Academic Positions of Note

  • Diversity Committee, Association for Applied Sport Psychology