Richard Winett

Heilig Meyers Professor
  • Psychology
  • College of Science


The main areas of research interest for Dr. Winett include health behavior, personalized behavioral medicine, public health, nutrition, and exercise training.


Dr. Winett’s research focuses on health behavior, particularly the intersection of health psychology, personalized behavioral medicine, and public health, and the development within a new paradigm of primary and secondary prevention programs linked to nutrition, physical activity, and exercise. Dr. Winett, in addition to his publications in psychology and public health, has published studies in exercise science, specifically focused on resistance training, and his collaborators are in nutrition, exercise science, and computer science.