Rex Wright's Research Lab | Department of Psychology

Rex Wright's Research Lab

Rex Wright, PhD

Department of Psychology 1155 Union Circle #311280 University of North Texas Denton, TX 76203-5017

E-mail: rex.wright@unt.edu
Office: TH 336
Phone: 940-565-2643

Dr. Rex Wright's research is concerned broadly with determinants and cardiovascular correlates of effort. Building on ideas of Jack Brehm, Paul Obrist and others, he has developed an analysis of motivation intensity that has wide-ranging implications, including ones for health and behavior, e.g., in educational and organizational settings. An abiding interest has been in the manner in which ability factors affect effort and associated cardiovascular responses, with a special focus on fatigue as an ability determinant. Very recent studies have concerned fatigue, cognitive impairment and gender influence on effort-related cardiovascular responses as well as determinants and cardiovascular correlates of self-regulatory restraint, that is, resistance against an urge to act in some fashion.

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