Dr. Gulgin - Research
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Clinical Biomechanics, Sport Biomechanics, Leadership Coaching
1. Leadership Coaching in Academic Unit Heads
- Lerma, N., Gulgin, H. Validation of portable motion capture system to analyze movement skills in children (2022). Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science. https://doi.org/10.1080/1091367X.2022.2088290
- Gulgin, H. (2022). Biomechanics for Photographers. University Photographers Association of America. Retrieved from https://upaa.org/content/biomechanics-photographers.
- Gulgin, H., Remski, L., Sugg, B., VanDusen, A., Payton, D., Freybler, J., Sommers, J. (2019). Establishing norms for weight-bearing hip rotation range of motion. Journal of Exercise Sports & Orthopedics, 6(1):1-5.
- Gulgin, H., Hall, K., Luzadre, A., Kayfish, E. (2018). 3D Gait Analysis with and without an Orthopedic Walking Boot. Gait & Posture, 59:76-82.
- Kelch, A., Gulgin, H. (2017). Functional Movement Screen Score by Somatotype Category. Clinical Kinesiology, 71(1):1-8.
- Stickler, L., Finley, M., Gulgin, H. (2015). Relationship between hip and core strength and frontal plane alignment during a single leg squat. Physical Therapy in Sport, 16(1):66-71.
- Gulgin, H., Hoogenboom, B. (2014). The functional movement screening (FMS): An inter-rater reliability study between raters of varied experience. International Journal of Sport Physical Therapy, 9(1):14-20.
- Gulgin, H., Schulte, B. (2014). Correlation of TPI Level 1 physical limitations and golf swing faults. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 28(2):534-539.
- Gulgin, H. (2012). Hip Biomechanics in Golf. Lower Extremity Review, 4(2):49-53.
- Gulgin, H., Armstrong, A., Gribble, P. (2010). Weight-bearing range of motion in female golfers. North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 5(2):55-62.
- Gulgin, H., Armstrong, A., Gribble, P. (2009). Hip rotational velocities during the full golf swing. Journal of Sports Science & Medicine, 8:296-299.
- Gulgin, H., Armstrong, A., Gribble, P. (2008). Passive hip rotation range of motion in LPGA golfers, Clinical Kinesiology, 62(2); 9-15.