Diana  Lattimore

Diana Lattimore

Assistant Professor

Diana Lattimore, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Exercise and Sport Science Department at the University of San Francisco. She teaches Exercise Psychology, Exercise and Health Promotion, Exercise and Healthy Kids, and Professional Practicum. Dr. Lattimore's research interests are focused around childhood obesity and policies that influence behavior, children's perceptions of the motivational climate in PE and sport as well as examining the psychological aspects of sport injury with athletes. Dr. Lattimore is a member of the Child and Youth Studies Minor Committee, the IRB committee, and the Wellness committee at USF. Also, Dr. Lattimore is currently an Advisor (previous Board Member) for Generations Community Wellness Centers, which provides fitness and wellness programs to youth, families, and seniors focusing specifically on helping underserved populations. Dr. Lattimore is a member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and American Psychological Association Division 47.