Rank / Position
Canada Research Chair in Physical Activity for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (Tier 1)
B.A., University of Calgary, 1968
M.Sc., University of Oregon, 1969
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 1980
Focht, B.C., Brawley, L.R., Rejeski, W.J., Ambrosius,W.T. (2004). Group-mediated activity counseling and traditional exercise therapy programs: Effects upon health-related quality of life among older adults in cardiac rehabilitation. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 28, 52-61.
Brawley, L.R., Rejeski, W.J., King, A.C. (2003). Promoting physical activity for older adults: The challenges for changing behavior. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 25, 172-183.
Carron, A.V., Brawley, L.R., Eys, M.A., Bray, S., Colman, M., Dorsch, K., Estabrooks, P., Hall, C.R., Hardy, J., Hausenblas, H., Madison, R., Paskevich, D., Prapavessis, H., Spink, K.S., and Terry, P.C. (2003). Do individual perceptions of group cohesion reflect shared beliefs? Small Group Research, 34, 468-496.
Culos-Reed, S.N., Brawley, L.R. (2003). Self-efficacy predicts physical activity in individuals with fibromyalgia. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 8, 27-41.
Rejeski, W.J., Brawley, L.R., Haskell, W.L. (2003). The prevention challenge. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 25, 107-109.
Rejeski, W.J., Brawley, L.R., Ambrosius, W.T., Brubaker, P.H., Focht, B.C., Foy, C.G., Fox, L.D. (2003). Older adults with chronic disease: The benefits of group-mediated counseling in the promotion of physically active lifestyles. Health Psychology, 22, 414-423.
Rejeski, W.J., Brawley, L.R., Norris, J.L. (2003). When study designs control for regression to the mean. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35, 887.
Shields, C.A., Paskevich, D.M., Brawley, L.R. (2003). Self-handicapping in exercise. Towards a measurable construct. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 25, 267-283.
Brawley, L.R., Culos-Reed, S.N., Angove, J., Hoffman-Goetz, L. (2002). Understanding the barriers to physical activity for individuals with cancer: Review and recommendations. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 20, 1-21.
Culos-Reed, S.N., Brawley, L.R., Martin, K.A., Leary, M.R. (2002). Self-presentation concerns and health behaviors among cosmetic treatment patients. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 32, 560-569.
Gyurcsik, N.C., Brawley, L.R., Langhout, N. (2002). Acute thoughts, exercise consistency, and coping self-efficacy. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 32, 2134-2153.
Martin, K.A., Brawley, L.R. (2002). Self- Esteem, self-efficacy, and self-handicapping: The relationship between stable and situational forms of self-doubt and self-handicapping in physical achievement settings. Self and Identity, 1, 337-351.
Rejeski, W.J., Foy, C.G., Brawley, L.R., Brubaker, P.H., Focht, B.C., Norris, J.L., Smith, M.L. (2002). Older adults in cardiac rehabilitation: A new strategy for enhancing physical function. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34, 1705-1713.
Gyurcsik, N.C., Brawley, L.R. (2001). Is the glass half-full or half-empty? The relationship of big and little optimism to acute and longer-term social cognitions. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 6, 108-127.
Brawley, L.R., Culos-Reed, S.N. (2000). Studying adherence to therapeutic regimens: Theoretical overview. Controlled Clinical Trials, 21, 156S-163S.
Brawley, L.R, Rejeski, W.J., Lutes, L. (2000). A group-mediated cognitive behavioural intervention for increasing adherence to physical activity in older adults. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 5, 47-65.
Carron, A.V., Brawley, L.R. (2000). Cohesion: Conceptual and measurement issues. Small Group Research, 31, 89-106.
Culos-Reed, S. N., Brawley, L. R. (2000). Fibromyalgia, physical activity, and daily functioning: The importance of efficacy and health-related quality of life. Arthritis Care and Research, 13, 1-9.
Gyurcsik, N.C., Brawley, L.R. (2000). Mindful deliberation about exercise: Influence of acute positive and negative thinking. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 30, 2513-2533.
Brawley, L.R., Martin, K.A., Gyurcsik, N. (1998). Problems in assessing perceived barriers in exercise: Confusing obstacles with attributions and excuses. In Duda, J.L. (Ed.). Advancements in sport and exercise psychology measurement. Morgantown, WV: Fitness Information Technology, (pp. 337-350).
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