Texas Tech University

Matt Huml, Ph.D.

2019 Publications

Taylor, E. A., Huml, M. R., & Dixon, M. A. (In Press). Workaholism in sport: A mediated model of work-family conflict and burnout. Journal of Sport Management. doi: 10.1123/jsm.2018-0248
(2017 JIF: 2.169. h index: 51)

Huml, M. R., Pifer, N. D., Towle, C., & Rode, C. R. (In Press). If we built it, will they come? The effect of new athletic facilities on recruiting rankings for Power Five football and men's basketball programs. Journal of Marketing for Higher Education. doi: 10.1080/08841241.2018.1478924 (2017 JIF: 0.659. h index: 24)

Huml, M. R., Hancock, M. G., Bergman, M. J., & Hums, M. A. (In Press). Student-athletes performing community service: Examination of community service motivation and athletic department involvement. Social Science Quarterly. doi: 10.1111/ssqu.12670 (2017 JIF: 0.874. h index: 74)

Pifer, N. D., & Huml, M. R. (In Press) The year-two effect: Evidence and antecedents for second season success in NCAA Division I football. Journal of Sport Analytics.

Huml, M. R., Bergman, M. J., Newell, E. M., & Hancock, M. G. (In Press). From the playing field to the classroom: The academic challenges for NCAA Division I athletes. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education. doi: 10.1080/19357397.2019.1578609

Huml, M. R., & Nite, C. (In press). Are athletes addicted to their identity? The development and validation of the Athletic Identity Addiction (AIA) scale. Journal of Athlete Development and Experience.

Huml, M. R., Hancock, M. G., & Hums, M. A. (2019). Athletics and academics: The relationship of athletic identity sub-constructs to educational outcomes and college athlete demographics. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 12, 46-62. (10.9% acceptance rate)

Weight, E. A., Huml, M. R., Zagorin, L., Chandran, A., & Popp, N. (2019). Beyond economic impact: College town resident perceptions of psychic income from intercollegiate athletics. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 12, 133-153. (10.9% acceptance rate)

2018 Publications

Huml, M. R., Hambrick, M. E., Hums, M. A., & Nite, C. (2018). It's powerful, legitimate, and urgent, but is it equitable? Stakeholder claims within the attributes of stakeholder salience in sport. Journal of Sport Management, 32, 243-256. doi: 10.1123/jsm.2017-0192 (2017 JIF: 2.169. h index: 51.)

Huml, M. R. (2018). A factor structure examination of athletic identity related to NCAA divisional differences. Journal of College Student Development, 59, 376-381. doi:10.1353/csd.2018.0035 (2017 JIF: 0.952. h index: 60.)

Huml, M. R., Hancock, M. G., Weight, E. A. & Hums, M. A. (2018). Building an Athlete Community Service Motivation Model: Investigating the relationship between athletic identity, student involvement, and community service. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 11, 189-213.

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