New Online Athletic Coaching Minor coming in Fall 2018
The Department of KSM is excited to announce in the Fall of 2018 our Athletic Coaching Minor will be online. This minor is six courses that will prepare TTU students looking to coach across the spectrum of coaching whether at the elementary, secondary, collegiate, or professional levels.
Accountability When Teaching Online
by Angela Lumpkin, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Management
Accountability means accepting responsibility for what a person agrees to do and then does. With TTU's Worldwide eLearning offerings expanding rapidly, where is the accountability for online courses, especially since potential instructors may perceive that teaching online courses offers the ultimate flexibility—no long lectures to prepare, no scheduled classes to teach, and maybe few assignments to grade. Lest you quickly agree with this misperception, let me challenge your thinking. Teaching an online course is not easier; in fact, it may be more difficult because it requires hundreds of hours to design, develop, deliver, and assess a rich learning environment where most, if not all, communication is in written form. Yet, accountability requires regular and substantive interaction between you and your students while facilitating robust interactions among your students.
Probably we all have heard about or maybe even experienced correspondence courses (i.e., written materials provided electronically or in hard copy; self-paced course completion; and little to no instructor-to-student interaction). Such courses do not reflect best practices for online instruction; they fail to comply with federal law, too. Online courses and programs must be comparable in rigor, breadth, coherence, and comprehensiveness to the student learning opportunities available in on-campus courses, with both taught by qualified instructors.
The University requires each faculty member at TTU to use a rubric when developing, delivering, and assessing the effectiveness of every online course taught. To ensure accountability, each Department Chair must ensure compliance with at least the minimum standard for each category on this rubric.
- Course entry—course and instructor information; instructor welcome message; syllabus; and student learner support resources
- Instructional design—learning objectives for each module and unit; instructional materials to support student learning; provision of an inclusive learning environment for a broad range of abilities and disabilities; logical organization for ease of navigation with links to essential information; clearly stated expectations and deadlines; technology requirements needed for course completion; and best practices in displaying content
- Evaluation and assessment of student progress and learning—clear and explicit assignments; provision of timely feedback; and matched assessments with learning outcomes
- Interaction and communication—course activities and assignments that facilitate interactions among students and with the instructor; and encouragement of questions and other types of communication
- Accessibility—ensuring easy access to all files including graphics and closed-captioned videos
- Copyright compliance for written and digital content
As a Department Chair, it is my responsibility to require each faculty to submit a completed rubric for each online course taught each term. While holding the instructor accountable for scrutinizing and reporting on each course, the Department Chair encourages continuing self-evaluation in meeting the minimum standards as well as nudging the faculty member's advance toward the effective and exemplary level of instruction described on the rubric.
Lumpkin, A. (2017, March) Accountability when teaching online. From Anywhere, the e-Newsletter of Worldwide eLearning. Retrieved from http://www.depts.ttu.edu/elearning/newsletter/march2017/
Angela Lumpkin publishes chapter
Angela Lumpkin is the author of Chapter 1. "Focusing of Student Learning" in C. Van Zile-Tamsen, C., & and C. Morreale (2017). The College Teaching Assistant Handbook. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Two Kinesiology faculty received a research grant
Dr. Marc Lochbaum (PI) and Dr. Youngdeok Kim (Co-PI) received a research grant for $47,391 from the Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center, entitled "Physical Activity Patterns and Related Health Outcomes of Omani Elementary Children in The Context of Attending School". The grant will be used to study the physical activity levels and related important health measures (e.g., sedentary behaviors, sleep quality, body composition, and perceived physical abilities) and environmental constraints (e.g., school policies) in Omani children during 2017 – 2018 academic years.
Angela Lumpkin publishes second edition
Modern Sport Ethics: A Reference Handbook (December 2016) The descriptions and examples of unethical behaviors in sport in this book will challenge readers to think about how they view sport and question whether participating in sport builds character—especially at the youth and amateur levels. This book describes and analyzes key ethical issues, such as cheating, fair play, violence, discriminatory actions, and the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Three Undergraduate Majors publish case study
Collin Quinn, Ryan Neumann, and Sean Woyton Kinesiology majors. Along with Brittany Whittaker(TTU undergrad - pre-professional health) and Dr. Breanna N Harris. All four students were undergraduate teaching assistants of Zool 2404 (A&PII) last fall and were enrolled in Peer Mentoring in Human Physiology course with Dr. Harris. As part of the mentoring course the students had to write an original case study. This group wanted to published theirs so we did the extra work, submitted it, and ultimately had it published. The case: http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/collection/detail.asp?case_id=874&id=874
Starting Fall semester, 2016, 2.5 Tech GPA required to change major in KIN or SPMT
Any current students interested in changing their major to Kinesiology (KIN) or Sport Management (SPMT) beginning in the Fall of 2016 will be required to have at least 2.5 Texas Tech University GPA. Each student also must maintain a 2.5 or higher GPA. Please see the Student Agreement Form for more information.
Angela Lumpkin's Introduction to Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport has been published by McGraw-Hill. This textbook provides students with an exciting opportunity to discover the diversity of physical education, exercise science, and sport, as well as the wealth of careers available in these fields.
Angela Lumpkin elected to membership in the TTU teaching academy
The Texas Tech University Teaching Academy is a selective honor society of approximately 20% of the TTU faculty. Begun in 1997, those selected for membership are applauded for their demonstrated dedication to excellence in teaching and their efforts in furthering the development of the scholarship of teaching and learning. The Teaching Academy hosts the John M. Burns Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Coinciding with this event, Dr. Lumpkin and other new members will be inducted into the Teaching Academy. Vice Provost Melanie Hart and a professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Sport Management was previously selected for membership into the Teaching Academy.
For more information please see link: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/tlpdc/Teaching_Academy/Current_Members/members2016_2017.php
Research by Emily Dhurandhar and her leadership with The Obesity Society
Dr. Dhurandhar's commentary about some research done at TTU related to her advocacy work with The Obesity Society that was quoted in this article:
2017 Faculty Publications
Gonzales, J.U., James, C.R., Yang, H.S., Jensen, D., Atkins, L., Al-Khalil, K., O'Boyle, M. (2017). Carotid flow pulsatility is higher in women with greater decrement in gait speed during multi-tasking. Gait & Posture 54:271-276.
Figueroa, A., Wong, A., Jaime, S.J., Gonzales, J.U. (2017). Influence of L-citrulline and watermelon supplementation on vascular function and exercise performance. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care 20(1):92-98.
Huml, M. R., Hancock, M. G., & Svensson, P. G. (2017). Community service and intercollegiate athletics: A student involvement approach to college athlete engagement. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 10, 101-121.
Lumpkin, A. (2017). Modern sport ethics: A reference handbook (2nd ed.) Santa Barbara, CA:ABC-CLIO, Inc.
Bayer, V., Robert-McComb, J. J., Clopton, J. R., & Reich, D. A. (2017). Investigating the influence of shame, depression, and distress tolerance on the relationship between internalized homophobia and binge eating in lesbian and bisexual women. Eating Behaviors 24:39-44
Harty, C., Robert-McComb, J. (2017). The effects of heart rate variability breathing training on maximal isometric strength: A case study Poster session presented at the 48th Annual Scientific Meeting of The Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback Chicago, Illinois.
McLeod, C. M. & Holden, J. T. (2017). Ecological economics and sport stadium public financing. William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, 41(3), 581-603.
Palmer, T. B., Jenkins, N. D., Thompson, B. J., Cramer, J. T. (2017). Influence of stretching velocity on musculotendinous stiffness of the hamstrings during passive straight-leg raise assessments. Musculoskeletal science and practice, 30, 80-85.
Palmer, T.B., Thiele, R.M., and Thompson, B.J. (2017). Age-related differences in maximal and rapid torque characteristics of the hip extensors and dynamic postural balance in healthy, young and old females. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 31(2): 480-488.
Palmer, T.B. and Thompson, B.J. (2017). Influence of age on passive stiffness and size, quality, and strength characteristics. Muscle & Nerve, 55(3): 305-315.
Baker, T. A., Liu, X., Brison, N., & Pifer, N. D. (2017). Air Qiaodan: An examination of transliteration and trademark squatting in china based on Jordan vs. Qiaodan Sports, International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, 18(1), 95-105.
Tinsley GM. (2017). Gender Differences in Proportional Bias between Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry and Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis in Active Adults Consuming High- and Low-Carbohydrate Diets. Nutrition Research. JCR Impact Factor2015: 2.5; SJR H Index: 66. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nutres.2017.05.003
Morales Marroquín FE, Tinsley GM, Gordon PM. (2017). Acute and Long-Term Impact of High-Protein Diets on Endocrine and Metabolic Function, Body Composition, and Exercise-Induced Adaptations. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. JCR Impact Factor2015: 2.3; SJR H Index: 97. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07315724.2016.1274691
Arsenis NC, You T, Ogawa EF, Tinsley GM, Zuo L. (2017). Physical Activity and Telomere Length: Impact of Aging and Potential Mechanisms of Action. Oncotarget. JCR Impact Factor2015: 5.0; SJR H Index: 46. http://dx.doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.16726
Tinsley GM, Morales Marroquín FE, Forsse JS, Grandjean PW. (2017). Impact of Acute Dietary Manipulations on DXA and BIA Body Composition Estimates. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. JCR Impact Factor2015: 4.0; SJR H Index: 171. http://dx.doi.org/10.1249/MSS.0000000000001148
Morales FEM, Forsse JS, Andre TL, McKinley SK, Hwang PS, Tinsley GM, Spillane M, Grandjean PW, Ramirez A, Willoughby DS. (2017). BAIBA Does Not Regulate Exercise-Induced UCP-3 Expression In Human Skeletal Muscle. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. JCR Impact Factor2015: 2.3; SJR H Index: 97. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07315724.2016.1256240
Tinsley GM, Forsse JS, Butler NK, Bane AA, La Bounty PM, Morgan GB, Grandjean PW. (2017). Time-Restricted Feeding in Young Men Performing Resistance Training: A Randomized Controlled Trial. European Journal of Sports Science 17(2): 200– 207. JCR Impact Factor2015: 1.8; SJR H Index: 26. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17461391.2016.1223173
Tinsley GM, Gann JG, Huber SR, Andre TL, La Bounty PM, Bowden RG, Gordon PM, Grandjean PW. (2017). Effects of Fish Oil Supplementation on Post-Resistance Exercise Muscle Soreness. Journal of Dietary Supplements4(1): 89-100. JCR Impact Factor2015: N/A; SJR H Index: 12. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19390211.2016.1205701
2016 Faculty Publications
Blinch, J., De Cellio Martins, G., & Chua, R. (in press). Effects of integrated feedback on discrete bimanual movements in choice reaction time. Experimental brain reserach
Doan, J. B., Awosoga, O., Provost, T., Blinch, J,, & Hudson, J. (in press) Perceived affordances and postures for lifting children. Theoretical Issues in Egonomics Science
Roberts, J. W., Blinch, J., Elliott, D., Chua, R., Lyons, J. L., & Welsh, T. N. (2016). The violation of Fitts' Law: an examination of displacement biases and corrective submovements. Experimental brain research, 234(8), 2151-2163.
Chua, R., Cameron, B. D., & Blinch, J. (2016). Volitional Initiation and Fast Visuomotor Networks: Why Movements are Slow to Start and Quick to Correct. Motor control, 20(2), 154-161.
Gonzales, J.U., Omar, H. (2016) Role of heart rate in the relation between regional body fat and subendocardial viability ratio in women. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 43:789-794.
Gonzales, J.U. (2016). Do older adults with higher daily ambulatory activity have lower central blood pressure? Aging Clinical and Experimental Research. 28:965-971.
Gonzales, J.U., James, C.R., Yang, H.S., Jensen, D., Atkins, L., Thompson, B.J., Al-Khalil, K., O'Boyle, M. (2016). Different cognitive functions discriminate gait performance in younger and older women: a pilot study. Gait & Posture 50:89-95.
Stevenson, J.L., Stamatikos, A.D., Krishnan, S., Inigo, M.M., Gonzales, J.U., Cooper, J.A. (2016). Echinacea-based dietary supplement does not increase maximal aerobic capacity in endurance-trained men and women. Journal of Dietary Supplements 13:324-338.
Huml, M. R., Hambrick, M. E., & Hums, M. A. (2016). Coaches' Perceptions of the Reduction of Athletic Commitment for Division II Student-Athletes: Development and Validation of a Measure of Athletic/Academic Balance. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 9(2), 303-325.
Weight, E. A., & Huml, M. R. (2016). Education Through Athletics: An Examination of Academic Courses Designed for NCAA Athletes. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 9(2), 352-378.
Herrmann, S. D., McMurray, R. G., Kim, Y., Willis, E. A., Kang, M., & McCurdy, T. (In press). The influence of physical characteristics on the resting energy expenditure of youth: A meta-analysis.American Journal of Human Biology.
Braun, S., Kim, Y., Jetton, A., Kang, M., & Morgan, D. (Epub ahead of print). Sedentary behavior, physical activity, and bone health in post-menopausal women. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity. doi: 10.1123/japa.2016-0046
Chung, E., Kim Y., & Usen, O. (Epub ahead of print). Association between parity, obesity, and cardiovascular risk factors among middle-aged women. Journal of Women's Health. doi:10.1089/jwh.2015.5581
Kim, Y., Kang, M., Tacon, A. M., & Morrow, J. R. (Epub ahead of print). Longitudinal trajectories of physical activity in women using a latent class growth curve analysis: The WIN study. Journal of Sports and Health Science. doi:10.1016/j.jshs.2015.04.007
Kim. Y., Umeda, M., Lochbaum, M., & Stegemeier, S. (2016). Physical activity, screen-based sedentary behavior, and sleep duration in adolescents: Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2011-2013. Preventing Chronic Diseases, 13:160245. doi:10.5888/pcd13.160245 [KY1]
Kim, Y., Barreira, T., & Kang, M. (2016). The concurrent associations of physical activity and screen-based sedentary behavior on obesity among US adolescents: A latent class analysis. Journal of Epidemiology, 26(3), 137-144. doi: 10.2188/jea.JE20150068
Braun, S., Kim, Y., Kang, M., & Morgan, D. (2016). Prediction of bone mineral density and content from measures of physical activity and sedentary behavior in younger and older females. Preventive Medicine Reports, 2,300-305. doi:10.1016/j.pmedr.2015.04.012
Kang, M., Kim, Y., & Rowe, D. A. (2016). Measurement considerations for peak stepping cadence measures using accelerometer. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 13(1), 44-52. doi:10.1123/jpah.2014-0542
Lochbaum, M., Jean-Noel, J., Pinar, C., & Gilson, T. (Epub ahead of print). A meta-analytic review of Elliot's (1999) Hierarchical Model of Approach and Avoidance Motivation in the sport, physical activity, and physical education literature. Journal of Sport and Health Science (2015), doi:10.1016/j.jshs.2015.07.008
Lochbaum, M. R., Jean-Noel, J., Kazak Çetinkalp, Z., Vallejo-Reyes, F. A., & Mena-Campbell, J. (2016). 2 × 2 Achievement goals profiles in Chilean competitive and recreational athletes: A first look. Pedagogics, Psychology, Medical-Biological Problems of Physical Training and Sports, 1, 41–46. http://dx.doi.org/10.15561/18189172.2016.0106
Lochbaum, M., & Jean-Noel, J. (2016). Perceived autonomy-support instruction and student Outcomes in physical education and leisure-time: A meta-analytic review of correlates. [Percepción de la formación de apoyo a la autonomía y resultados en estudiantes en educación física y tiempo libre: Una revisión meta-analítica de correlaciones]. Revista Internacional de Ciencias del Deporte, 12, 29-47.
Lochbaum, M., Kazak Çetinkalp, Z., Graham, K., Wright, T., Zazo, R. (2016). Task and ego goal orientations in competitive sport: A quantitative review of the literature from 1989 to 2016. Kinesiology, 48, 3-29.
Gilson, T.A., Dix, M.A., & Lochbaum, M. (2016, September 26). "Drive On": The Relationship Between Psychological Variables and Effective Squad Leadership. Military Psychology. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/mil0000136
Lochbaum, M., Zazo, R., Cetinkalp, Z. K., Wright, T., Graham, K. & Konttinen, N. (2016) A Meta-analytic Review of Achievement Goal Orientation Correlates in Competitive Sport: A Follow-up to Lochbaum ET AL. Review paper at UDC: 159.947:796.034.6
Horner, M. I., Ternes, N., & McLeod, C. M. (2016). Not going pro: On seeking lasting returns from college sports. Journal of Amateur Sport, 2(1), 188-213.
Palmer, T.B. and Thompson, B.J. (2016). Influence of age on passive stiffness and size, quality, and strength characteristics. Muscle & Nerve, [Epub: ahead of print], Doi: 10.1002/mus.25231.
Palmer, T.B., Thiele, R.M., and Thompson, B.J. (2016). Age-related differences in maximal and rapid torque characteristics of the hip extensors and dynamic postural balance in healthy young and old females. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, [Epub: ahead of print], Doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000001503.
Palmer, T.B., Thiele, R.M., Conchola, E.C., Smith, D.B., and Thompson, B.J. (2016). A preliminary study of the utilization of maximal and rapid strength characteristics to identify chair-rise performance abilities in very old adults. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy, 39(3): 102-109.
Kim, M., Pifer, N. D., Kim, M., Kim, S. S., & Zhang, J. J. (2016). Impact of volunteer motivation on behavioral commitment to media center volunteerism during the London Olympic Games. In B. G. Pitts, & J. J. Zhang (Eds.), Bridging the Gap in Sport Management Globally (pp. 187-208). London, UK: Routledge.
Zuo L, He F, Tinsley GM, Pannell BK, Ward E, Arciero PJ. (2016). Comparison of High-protein, Intermittent-Fasting Low-Calorie Diet and Heart Healthy Diet on Vascular Health of the Obese. Frontiers in Physiology, 7(350). JCR Impact Factor2015: 4.0. http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2016.00350
Tinsley GM, Willoughby DS. (2016). Fat-Free Mass Changes During Ketogenic Diets and the Potential Role of Resistance Training. International Journal of Sport Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism, 26(1): 78 – 92. JCR Impact Factor2015: 2.1. http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/ijsnem.2015-0070
Moro T, Tinsley G, Bianco A, Neri M, Battaglia G, Palma A, Paoli A. (2016). Effects of Eight Weeks of Time-restricted Feeding on Basal Metabolism, Maximal Strength, Body Composition, Inflammation, and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Resistance-trained Males. Journal of Translational Medicine. JCR Impact Factor2015: 3.7; SJR H Index: 67. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12967-016-1044-0
2015 Faculty Publications
Brooks, T., Fleming, W., & Gleason, D. (2015). Long-Term Athletic Development: Theory and Application. International Conditioning Association Publishing, Louisville, KY.
Gonzales, J., Wiberg, M., Defferari, E., Proctor, D. (2015). "Arterial Stiffness is higher in older adults with increased perceived fatigue and fatigability during walking." Journal Experimental Gerontology. Vol 61, Jan 2015, pgs. 92-97.
Compton, R.O., Ulcak, M., Gonzales, J.U. (2015). The acute effect of fast and slow stepping cadence on regional vascular function. International Journal of Sports Medicine 36(13):1041-1045. doi: 10.1055/s-0035-1554696
Farnsworth, J. L., Kim, Y., & Kang, M. (2015). Sleep disorders and physical activity among US adults: NHANES 2003-2006. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 12(12), 1567-1575.doi:10.1123/jpah.2014-0251
Kim. Y., Welk, G., Braun, S. I, & Kang, M. (2015). Extracting the objectively measured sedentary behavior from accelerometer data: Measurement considerations for surveillance and research applications. PloS ONE. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0118078
Kim, Y., & Chung, E. (2015). Descriptive epidemiology of objectively measured walking among US pregnant women: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2005-2006. Preventing Chronic Disease, 12:150437. doi:10.5888/pcd12.150437
Kim, Y., Cho, J., Fuller, D. K., & Kang, M. (2015). Correlates of physical activity among people with disabilities in South Korea: A multilevel modeling approach. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 12(7), 1031-1038. doi:10.1123/jpah.2014-0036
Robert-McComb, J. J., Casey, S., Kim, Y., Hart, M., Norman, R., & Quain, X. (2015). Experimental models for research in stress and behavior. Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 5, 295-305. doi:10.4236/jbbs.2015.57030[KY1]
Kim, Y., Vaughn, B., & Kang, M. (2015). Validation of the ActiGraph GT3X and activPAL accelerometers for the assessment of sedentary behavior. Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 19, 125-127. doi:10.1080/1091367X.2015.1054390 [KY1]This has already been included in the website (my name was not highlighted though)
Lumpkin, A., Achen, R. M., & Dodd, R. K. (2015). Focusing teaching on students: Examining student perceptions of learning strategies. Quest, 67, 352-366.
Lumpkin, A., & Achen, R. M. (2015). Flipping a class: Active learning and more of it. Sport Management Education Journal, 9, 79-90.
Lumpkin, A., & Achen, R. M. (2015). Participation in interscholastic sports: Do the academic performances of athletes and non-athletes differ? International Journal of Sport Management, 16, 601-619.
Lumpkin, A., Achen, R. M., & Dodd, R. K. (2015). Use of technology-nested instructional strategies to enhance student learning. Insight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, 10, 114-125.
Lumpkin, A. (2015). Enhancing undergraduate students' research and writing. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 27 (1), 130-142.
Lumpkin, A., Achen, R. M., & Hyland, S. (2015). Education, experiences, and advancement of athletic directors in NCAA-member institutions. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 9 (4), 1-17.
Lumpkin, A., Achen, R. M., & Dodd, R. K. (2015). Student perceptions of active learning. College Student Journal, 49 (1), 121-133.
Lumpkin, A., Achen, R. M., & Hyland, S. (2015). Examining the career paths of athletic administrators in NCAA-member institutions. Management and Organizational Studies, 2 (2), 45-56.
Lumpkin, A. (2015). Ethical issues in intercollegiate athletics: Purpose achieved or challenged? In E. Comeaux (Ed.), Introduction to intercollegiate athletics (pp. 48-58). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Lumpkin, A., Achen, R. M., & Hyland, S. (2015). Education, experiences, and advancement of athletic directors in NCAA-member institutions. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 9 (4), 249-265.
Achen, R. M., & Lumpkin, A. (2015). Evaluating classroom time through systematic analysis and student feedback. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 9 (2), 1-8. http://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/ij-sotl/vol9/iss2/4
Robert-McComb, J. J. (2015). Sound traditional and nontraditional prepartum exercise for good health. Journal of Yoga and Physical Therapy 5:220.doi10.4172/2157-7595.10000220.
Robert-McComb, J. J., Cisneros, A., Tacon, A., Norman, R., Qian, X., Panke, R. (2015). The effects of yoga and mindfulness on parameters of stress. The International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 25, 79-88.
Robert-McComb, J. J., Casey, S., Kim, Y., Hart, M., Norman, R., Qian, X. (2015). Experimental models for research in stress and behavior. Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 5, 295-305. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jbbs.2015.57030
Robert-McComb, J. J., Chyu, M, Tacon, A., Norman, R. (2015). The effects of tai chi on measures of stress and coping style. Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies, Volume 20(2) June 2015 89–96.
Pifer, N. D., Mak, J. Y., Bae, W., Zhang, J. J. (2015).Examining the relationship between star player characteristics and the branding process of professional sport teams, The Marketing Management Journal, 25(2), 88-106.
Gong, B., Pifer, N. D., Wang, J. J., Kim, M., Kim, M. K., Qian, T. Y., & Zhang, J. J. (2015). Fans' attention to, involvement in, and satisfaction with professional soccer in China. Social Behavior and Personality, 43(10), 1667-1682.
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