Craig Hall, PhD, has been conducting research in sport and exercise psychology for over 25 years. His research has focused on imagery use in sport, exercise, and athletic injury rehabilitation, but he has also investigated other topics including self-efficacy, self-talk, deliberate practice, and observational learning. He has published over 80 refereed journal articles and has over 100 conference presentations. He receives research funding from major Canadian granting agencies. He has conducted mental training programs with athletes at all competitive levels.