Dr. James Eldridge – Professor and Chair of the Kinesiology Department published three articles in 2015:
John L Walker, Tinker D Murray, James Eldridge, William G Squires, Pete Silvius, and Erik Silvius (2015) The Association Between Waist Circumference and FITNESSGRAM® Aerobic Capacity Classification in Sixth-Grade Children, Pediatric exercise science 08/2015; DOI:10.1123/pes.2015-0009
Sprick, Justin, Lloyd, Richard, and Eldridge, James (2015); The Effects of Vascular Occlusion Training on Respiratory Exchange Ratio and Energy Expenditure When Coupled With Cardiovascular Training, International Journal of Exercise Science. 8(1): pp. 57-64
Diane Post, James Eldridge and Brandon Hawkins (2015); The effects of nutrition-induced abnormal fuel metabolism in the Southern Plains Woodrat (Neotoma micropus): Comparisons of variations of the Western diet, Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition; Vol. 99 (1), pp 29 – 36
Dr. Robyn Braun – Assistant Professor in Kinesiology has published 2 articles and has another four articles in various stages of preparation:
Braun, R. & Braun, B. (2014). Managing the challenges of hidden disabilities in youth sport: A look at SLD, ADHD, and ASD through the sport psychology lens. Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, DOI: 10.1080/21520704.2014.991051
Braun, R. & DeVries, A. (2014). Gleaning Insights: Perspectives of New Sport Psychology Consultants. In G. Cremades &L. Tashman (Eds.), Becoming a Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology Professional: A Global Perspective. London, UK: Routledge.
Braun, R., & Tenenbaum, G. (under revisions). Perceptions of Effort Sensations in Children at Varying Stages of Cognitive Development.
Basevitch, I., Braun, R., Ritchie, J., Beasley, V., Ungo, C., & Tenenbaum, G. (in prep). The Effects of Taste Cues on Attention and Exertion during an Exercise Task.
Weaver, M., Braun, R., Havriluk, R., & Ericsson, A. (in prep). The Effect of Individualized Coaching on Two Strategies Consistent with Deliberate Practice.
Braun, R. & Braun, B. (in prep). Attitudes of sport psychology consultants working with athletes with hidden disabilities.
Braun, R., Yambor, J., Thompson, M., & Keenan, A. (in prep). Will they remember tomorrow? Using debriefing and reflection.
Dr. David Morris – Assistant Professor in Kinesiology has two publications and numerous manuscripts under review:
Jetton, A.M., M.M. Lawrence, M. Meucci, T.L. Haines, S.R. Collier, D.M. Morris, & A.C. Utter (2013). Dehydration and acute weight gain in mixed martial arts fighters before competition. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 27(5) 1322-1326.
Morris, D.M., R.K. Beloni, & H.E. Wheeler (2013). Effects of garlic consumption on physiological variables and performance during exercise. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 38(4) 363-367.
Mcnulty, C.R., R.A. Robergs, & D.M. Morris. Influence of increment magnitude and exercise intensity on VO2 kinetics, time to steady state and muscle oxygenation. Journal of Applied Physiology.
Morris, D.M., J. Hout, A Jetton, S.R. Collier, & A.C. Utter. Effects of acute sodium ingestion on ad-libitum water consumption, fluid retention, and high-intensity exercise performance in the heat. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism.
Fairbrother, K.R. B. Cartner, C.D. Curry, D.C. Dickinson, D.M. Morris, & S.R. Collier. The effects of exercise timing on sleep architecture and nocturnal blood pressure in pre-hypertensives. Sleep Medicine.
Morris, D.M., R.K. Beloni, & H. Crawford. Metabolic and exercise performance responses to two different oral doses of calcium lactate. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism.