Ric is a psychologist based in Norway with international experience as an applied practitioner, university lecturer, and researcher. He obtained his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Mainz, Germany. Ric has consulting experience in Norway, Canada, Czech Republic, Italy, USA, and the U.K. within elite sports, education, and health. He collaborates with military organizations as well as professional and amateur sport clubs. Ric has expertise in experimental psychology and applied education interventions focused within human factors and cognitive engineering in cyber domains, where he researched the interaction of individual aspects of human behavior (microcognition), incorporating concepts such as self-efficacy, resilience, metacognition, and naturalistic environments (macrocognition). Ric has published numerous articles in scientific journals. Ric also incorporates performance predictors such as time–pressure, risk, ambiguity, and intuitive decision-making. He developed applied education interventions that focus on accelerated learning in both sports and military contexts. Ric’s expertise in predictors of performance under pressure, in high-stake situations, and in mental preparation, in addition to experimental psychology, have contributed to evidence-based scientific techniques for the development of assessment, research, and educational designs.