HEALTH AND EXERCISE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT

JULY 1, 1999-JUNE 30, 2000


I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Berry, Michael J.

 

(with Stewart, TW, Stewart, LA)  “Exercise training in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease using ratings of perceived dyspnea.” Clinical Exercise Physiology 1 (1999):125-130.

 

(with Rejeski, WJ, Foley, KO, Woodard, CM, Zaccaro, D)  “Evaluating and understanding performance testing in COPD patients.” Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation 20 (2000): 79-88.

 

(with Rejeski, WJ, Adair, NE, Zaccaro, D)  “Exercise rehabilitation and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease stage.” American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 160 (1999): 1248-1253.

 

(with Etnier, J, Johnston, R, Dagenbach, D, Pollard, RJ, Rejeski, WJ)  “The relationship between pulmonary function, aerobic fitness, and cognitive functioning in older COPD patients.”  Chest 116 (1999): 953-960.

 

(with Simmons, DN, Hayes, SI, Walschlager, SA)  “The relationship between %HR peak and %VO2 peak in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.” Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise 32 (2000): 881-886.

 

Brubaker, Peter H.

 

(Rejeski, WJ, Smith, MJ, Sevensky, KH, Lamb, KA, Sotile, WM, Miller, HS).  “A home-based maintenance exercise program after center-based cardiac rehabilitation:  effects on blood lipids, body composition, and functional capacity.”  Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation 20 (2000):50-56. 2000

 

“Exercise Training patients with left ventricular dysfunction: harmful or helpful?”  Exercise for Preventing Common Diseases, Eds H. Tanaka and M. Shindo.  Springer 2000

 

Marsh, Anthony P.

 

(with Martin, PE, and Sanderson, DJ)  “Is a joint moment-based cost function associated with preferred cycling cadence?”  Journal of Biomechanics 33 (2000): 173-180.

 

 

Messier, Stephen P.

 

(with Woodard, CM, James, MK)  “Computational methods used in the determination of loading rate: experimental and clinical implications.” Journal of Applied Biomechanics 15 (1999): 404-417.

(with McCrory, JL, Martin, D, Lowery, RB, Cannon, DW, Curl, WW, Read Jr., HM, Hunter, DM, Craven, T)  “Etiologic factors associated with Achilles tendinitis in runners.” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 31 (1999): 1374-1381.

 

(with Royer, TD, Craven, TE, O'Toole, ML, Burns, R, Ettinger, WH.)  “Long-term exercise and its effect on balance in older, osteoarthritic adults: results from the Fitness, Arthritis, and Seniors Trial (FAST).” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 48 (2000):131-138.

 

 

Mihalko, Shannon L.

 

 (with McAuley, E, Katula, JA, Blissmer, BA, Duncan, T E, Dunn, E, & Pena, E ) “Mode of physical activity and self‑efficacy in older adults: A latent growth curve analysis.”  Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences 54B (1999): 283‑292.

 

(with Washburn, R, McAuley, E, Katula, J, & Boileau, R) “The Physical Activity Scale for the Elderly (PASE) : Evidence for validity.” Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 52 (1999): 643-651.

 

 

Nixon, Patricia A.

 

(with Gondor, M, Mutich, RA, Rebovich, PJ, Orenstein, DM.)  “Comparison of Flutter device and chest physical therapy in the treatment of cystic fibrosis pulmonary exacerbation.” Pediatric Pulmonology 28 (1999):255-260.

 

“Pulmonary function at rest and during exercise.” Armstrong N, Van Mechelen W. (eds.)  Textbook of Paediatric Exercise Science and  Medicine.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, in press for June, 2000.

 

 

Rejeski, W. Jack

 

(with Reboussin, BA, Dunn, AL, King, AC, Sallis, JF) “A modified exercise induced feeling inventory for chronic training and baseline profiles of participants in the activity counseling trial (ACT).” Journal of Health Psychology 4 (1999): 97-108.

 

(with Etnier, E, Johnson, R, Dagenbach, D, Pollard, RJ, Berry, M) “The relationship among pulmonary function, aerobic fitness, and cognitive function in older COPD patients.”  Chest 116 (1999): 953-960.

 

(with Berry, MJ, Adair, NE, Zaccaro, D) “Exercise rehabilitation and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease stage.” American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 160 (1999): 1248-1253.

 

(with Brubaker, PH, Smith, MJ, Sevensky, KH, Lamb, KA, Sotile, WM, Miller, HS)  “A home-based maintenance exercise program after center-based cardiac rehabilitation: Effects on blood lipids, body composition, and functional capacity.”  Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation 20 (2000): 50-56.

 

(with Brawley, LR, & Lutes, L) “A group-mediated cognitive-behavioral intervention for increasing adherence to physical activity in older adults.”  Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research 5 (2000): 47-64.

 

(with Foley, K, Woodard, CM, Zaccaro, DJ, & Berry, MJ) “Evaluating and understanding performance testing in COPD patients.” Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation 20 (2000): 79-88.

 

(with Reboussin, BA, Martin, KA, Callahan, K, Dunn, AL, King, AC, Sallis, JF) “Correlates of satisfaction with body function and body appearance in middle and older aged adults:  The activity counseling trial (ACT).”  Psychology and Health 15 (2000): 239-265.

 

 

Ribisl, Paul M.

 

(contributing editor to the book series) The Health Series of: Your Health- What You Should Know:

(authors Wetherill, D and Kereiakes, J) Heart Disease

(authors Wetherill, D and Kereiakes, J) Cholesterol

(authors Wetherill, D and Kereiakes, J) Congestive Heart Failure

(authors Wetherill, D and Kereiakes, J) Diabetes

(authors Bohme, CJ, Wharton, RB) Women’s Health Under 40

(authors Bohme, CJ, Gosch-Weisbrodt, JC, Wharton, RB) Women’s Health Over 40

Cincinnati: Robertson & Fisher Publishing Co., 2000.

 

 

II. Papers and Presentations

 

Bergey, Donald B.

 

Presentation: “Exercise Prescription: Old, New and Alternative Techniques.”  Illinois Society for Cardiopulmonary Health and Rehabilitation Meeting, Peoria, IL 31 March-1 April, 2000.

 

 

Berry, Michael J.

 

Presentation: (with Rejeski, WJ, Adair, NE, Zaccaro, D)  “Long- and short-term exercise rehabilitation in patients with COPD.” American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 2 June 2000.

 

Brubaker, Peter H.

 

Presentation:  “Exercise Training in Patients With Left Ventricular Systolic and Diastolic Dysfunction:  How to Make it Helpful, not Harmful.”  Kentucky Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Association Conference, Louisville, KY, September 1999. 

 

Paper:  “Inability of Six-Minute Walk to Identify Functional Capacity Changes in Elderly Heart Failure Patients.” American Heart Association Meeting, Atlanta, GA. November 1999.

 

Presentation:  “Prescribing Exercise on METs…..Revisited.” American College of Sports Medicine Meeting,  Indianapolis, IN, June 2000.

 

Marsh, Anthony P.

 

Presentation: (with Guhl, CG)  “The effects of age and concurrent tasks on the control and cognitive demands of gait and posture.”  American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 31 May-3 June, 2000.

 

Presentation: (with Fray, BL)  “Gait variability in individuals with mild cognitive impairment.” American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 31 May-3 June, 2000.

 

 

Mihalko, Shannon L.

 

Paper:  (with Orsega-Smith, E) “Incorporating physical activity into the daily lives of women.” American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, June 2000.

 

Paper: (with Willow, JP) “Environmental influences on the exercise-affect relationship.”   American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, June 2000.

 

Paper: (with Orsega-Smith, E) “Self-efficacy and esteem in older women.” The Society of Behavioral Medicine Meeting, Nashville, TN, March 2000.

           

Paper: (with Willow, JP) “Should social physique anxiety be responsive to acute bouts of activity?” The Society of Behavioral Medicine Meeting, Nashville, TN, March 2000.

                                   

Paper: (with Willow, JP, Sedam, C, Lubchansky, S) “Self-efficacy and affective responses to acute bouts of anaerobic exercise.” The Southeast Regional Sport and Exercise Psychology Conference, Charlottesville, VA, March 2000.

 

Presentation: (with McAuley, E) “Relations among changes in social physique anxiety and quality of life in exercising older women.” The Gerontological Society of America Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 1999.

 

Paper: (with Penrod, JL, Gueldner, SH) “The state of the science: Fear of falling.” The Gerontological Society of America Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 1999.

 

Presentation: (with Gueldner, SH, Penrod, JL) “Psychological and behavioral correlates of fear of falling in older adults.” The 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging, and Sports, Orlando, FL, August 1999.

 

 

Miller, Gary D.

 

Presentation: (with Williamson, JD, Messier, SP and the Investigators of ADAPT) “Arthritis, Diet and Activity Promotion Trial (ADAPT): A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial.” American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, June 2000.

 

Presentation: (with Williamson, JD, Messier, SP)  “Baseline characteristics for ADAPT: A randomized clinical trial in older adults with knee osteoarthritis.” American Geriatrics Association Meeting, Nashville, TN, May 2000.

 

Presentation: (with Bonoffski, T)  “Changes in body composition as measured by DEXA in obese older adults undergoing a weight loss program.” Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Regional Conference, Charlotte, NC, February 2000.

 

Presentation: (with Fray, B, Hampson, D) “Variability in body composition measured via the BodPod prior to and following a meal.” Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Regional Conference, Charlotte, NC, February 2000.

 

Presentation: (with Olive, J, Berry, MJ, Messier SP)  “The effect of weight loss treatment on steady-state oxygen consumption in obese older adults.” North American Association for the Study of Obesity Meeting, Charleston, SC, November 1999.

 

 

Messier, Stephen P.

 

Presentation:  “Understanding Osteoarthritis: Basic science to intervention techniques.”  American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 1 June 2000.

 

 

Nixon, Patricia A.

 

Paper and Presentation:  “Quality of life in pediatric heart, heart-lung, and lung transplant recipients.”  XXth International Symposium of the European Group of Pediatric Work Physiology, Sabaudia, Italy, 5-19 September, 1999, .

 

Presentation:  “Physical activity measurement in special populations.” American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 31 May-3 June, 2000

 

Poster Presentation:  “Monitoring physical activity via the World Wide Web:  A comparison to paper/pencil logbook.”  American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Indianapolis, IN,

31 May-3 June, 2000.

 

 

Rejeski, W. Jack

 

Presentation:  “Physical activity and psychological well-being in the activity counseling trial.” American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Seattle, Washington, June 1999.

 

Presentation: “Intervention strategies for promoting physical activity in older adults.” International Society of Aging and Physical Activity Meeting, Orlando, Florida, August 1999.

 

Presentation: “ Physical activity and nutritional interventions with older adults.” Gerontological Society of America Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 1999.

 

Presentation: “A consensus and research agenda for lifestyle behavior change.”  Conference sponsored by the International Life Sciences Institute and the International Longevity Center, Tucson, AZ, December, 1999.

 

Presentation: “Physical activity and quality of life in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.” Society of Behavioral Medicine Meeting, Nashville, TN, March, 2000.

 

 

Ribisl, Paul M.

 

Presentation:  “Exercise in the management of chronic disease.” Community Forum for Healthy Carolinians of Davie County, Bermuda Run, NC, 27 October 1999.

 

Presentation:  “Obesity: The Y2k Epidemic- Managing Patients in Your Practice”. Forbes Regional and Shadyside Hospital Professional Workshop, Pittsburgh, PA, 6 November 1999.

 

Presentation:  “NIH Clinical Guidelines on Overweight and Obesity.”  NC Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Symposium, Greensboro, NC, 25 February 2000.

 

Presentations:  “The New Y2K Problem – Obesity: Genes, Gluttony, or Sloth?”

Keynote lectures delivered to:

Southwest ACSM Regional Meeting, San Jose, CA, 12 November 1999

Michigan ACSM Annual Meeting, Gaylord, MI, 5 February 2000.

ACSM Health and Fitness Summit, San Diego, CA, 8 April 2000.

 

 

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Berry, Michael J.

 

Book Review Editor, Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise

 

Exercise Physiology Consultant, Protocol Driven Health Initiatives (PDHI)

 

Brubaker, Peter H.

 

Editorial Board, Journal of Clinical Exercise Physiology

 

Editorial Board, Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation

 

Vice-President, American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

 

 

Mihalko, Shannon L.

 

Editorial Board, American Journal of Medicine & Sports

 

 

Rejeski, W. Jack

 

Editorial Board, Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology

 

Consultant, International Life Sciences Institute

 

Consultant, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

 

 

Ribisl, Paul M.

 

Editorial Board, The American Journal of Medicine & Sports

 

Editorial Board, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise

 

Review Board, Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation

 

Review Board, ACSM's Health and Fitness Journal

 

Review Board, Exercise Standards & Malpractice Reporter

 

Chair, Ethics Committee of the American Association of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, 1997-2001

 

Member, Academic Standards Committee, American College of Sports Medicine

 

 

IV. External Grants Received

 

 

Nixon, Patricia A.

 

$410,255         “A quality of life assessment in cystic fibrosis.” National Institutes of Health (NHLBI)                            

Primary Investigator: Kimberly Morris, PhD, co-investigator: David Orenstein, MD.

 

 

Ribisl, Paul M.

 

$100,000         “Exercise and Quality of Life in Older Women with Breast Cancer” (EQUAL), NIH

Primary Investigator:  Sally A. Shumaker, PhD, co-investiagtor:  Shannon L. Mihalko, PhD

 

$11,359           “An Intervention to Increase Exercise Maintenance” (CHANGE), NIH

Primary Investigator:  Shirley H. Moore, PhD