Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport Vol 83 No 3

Biomechanics
The  Relationship Between Running Economy and Biomechanical Variables in Distance Runners
Marcus Peikriszwili Tartaruga, Jeanick  Brisswalter, Leonardo Alexandre
Peyri-Tartaruga, Aluisio Otavio Vargas Avila, Cristine Lima Alberton, Marcelo
Coertjens, Eduardo Lusa Cadore, Carlos Leandro Tiggemann, Eduardo Marczwski
Silva, and Luiz Fernando Martins Kruel………………………………………….367

Epidemiology
Differences in the Intensity and Duration of Adolescents’ Sports and Exercise Across Physical and Social Environments
Genevieve Fridlund Dunton,  David Berrigan, Rachel Ballard-Barbash, Frank Perna, Barry I. Graubard, and Audie A. Atienza………………………………..376

Measurement and Evaluation
The Reliability of Classification Decisions for the Furtado-Gallagher Computerized Observational Movement Pattern Assessment System­ FG-COMPASS
Ovande Furtado, Jr. and Jere D. Gallagher………………………………..383

Influence of Weight Classification on Walking and Jogging Energy Expenditure Prediction in Women
Timothy D. Heden, James D. LeCheminant, and John D. Smith……………..391

Does Computer-Based Motor Skill Assessment Training Transfer To Live Assessing?
Luke E. Kelly, Andrea Taliaferro, and Jennifer Krause…………………..400

Motor Behavior
Effect of Ball Mass on Dribble,  Pass, and Pass Reception in 9-11-Year-Old Boys’ Basketball
jose L. Arias, Francisco M. Argudo, and Jose I. Alonso……………………407

A Model for the Transfer of Perceptual-Motor Skill Learning in Human Behaviors
Simon M. Rosalie and Sean Muller…………………………………413

Physiology
The Relationship of Actigraph Accelerometer Cut-Points for Estimating Physical Activity With Selected  Health Outcomes: Results From  NHANES 2003-06
Paul D. Loprinzi, Hyo Lee, Bradley J Cardina, Carlos J Crespo, Ross E. Andersen, and Ellen Smith……. 422

Psychology
Social Connection and Psychological Outcomes in a Physical Activity-Based Youth Development Setting
Sarah Ullrich-French, Meghan H McDonough, and Alan L. Smith…………….431

Selective Influence of Circadian Modulation and Task Characteristics on Motor Imagery Time
Ursula Debarnot, Djajar Sahraoui, Stephane Champely, Christian Collet, and Aymeric Guillot…………………………. 442

Women’s Health-Enhancing Physical Activity and  Eudaimonic Well Being
Leah J Ferguson, Kent C. Kowalski, Diane E. Mack, Philip M. Wilson,
and Peter R. E. Crocker ……………….. 451

Training Visual Control in Wheelchair Basketball Shooting
Raoul R D. Oudejans, Sjoerd Heubers, Jean-Rene J A. C. Ruitenbeek,
and Thomas W J Janssen…………………………..464

Sociocultural Foundations
Checking In: An Analysis of the (Lack of) Body Checking in Women’s Ice Hockey
Charlene Weaving and Samuel Roberts…………………..470

Research Note
Implicit and  Explicit Exercise and Sedentary Identity
Tanya R. Berry and Shaelyn M. Strachan………………..479

Journal of Teaching in Physical Education Vol 31 No 4

Editors’ Note ……………………………………291

Articles
Ninth Graders’ Energy Balance Knowledge and Physical Activity Behavior:
An Expectancy-Value Perspective
Senlin Chen and Ang Chen………………………………………………… 293

Students’ Beliefs and Intentions to Play With Peers With Disabilities in Physical Education: Relationships With Achievement and Social Goals
Iva Obrusnikova and Suzanna Rocco Dillon ……………………… 311

The Role of Teachers’ Support in Predicting Students’ Motivation and Achievement Outcomes in Physical Education
Tao Zhang, Melinda A. Solmon, and Xiangli Cu……………………………………. 329

Alienation in Physical Education From the Perspectives of Children
Nancy Spencer-Cavaliere and Mary Ann Rintoul ………………………………….. 344

Trading Places: From Physical Education Teachers to Teacher Educators
Ashley Casey and Tim Fletcher ……………………………………………….. 363

Research Note
Review of the Instruments Most Frequently Employed to Assess Tactics in Physical Education and Youth Sports
Jose L. Arias and Francisco Javier Castej6n ………………………………………… 381

Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport June 2012 Vol 83 No 2

 SPECIAL TOPIC
125    Physical Education’s Role in Public Health: Steps Forward and Backward Over 20 Years and HOPE for the Future
James F. Sallis, Thomas L. McKenzie, Michael W  Beets, Aaron Beighle,
Heather Erwin, and Sarah Lee

ARTICLES
Biomechanics
136    Influence ofBicompartmental Knee Replacement on Stand-to-Sit Movement
He Wang, Jeff Frame, and Lindsey Rolston

143    Comparison of Lower Body Specific Resistance Training on the Hamstring to Quadriceps Strength Ratios in Men and Women
Sandor Dorgo, Pradeep Edupuganti, Darla R Smith, and Melchor Ortiz

152    Peak Muscle Activation,Joint Kinematics, and Kinetics During  Elliptical and Stepping Movement Pattern  on a Precor Adaptive Motion Trainer
MatthewJ Rogatzki, Thomas W  Kernozek, john D. Willson, john F. Greany,
Di-An Hong, and John P Porcari

160    The Effects of Psoas Major and Lumbar Lordosis on Hip Flexion and Sprint  Performance
Karine Copaver; Claude Hertogh, and Olivier Hue

Epidemiology
168    African American  Preschool Children’s Physical Activity Levels in Head Start
Bo Shen, Tamara Reinhart-Lee, Heather ]anisse, Kathryn Brogan,
Cynthia Danford, and K-L. C. Jen

Motor Behavior
175    Expert Anticipatory Skill in Striking Sports: A Review and a Model
Sean Muller and Bruce Abernethy

188    Distance Reached  in the Anteromedial Reach Test as a Function of Learning and Leg Length
Nicholas P Bent, Alison B. Rushton, Chris C. Wright, and Mark E. Batt

196    Feedback About More Accurate Versus Less Accurate Trials: Differential  Effects on Self-Confidence and Activation Rokhsareh Badami, Mohammad VaezMousavi, Gabriele Wulf, and
Mahdi Namazizadeh

204    Quiet Eye Duration Is Responsive to Variability of Practice and to the Axis of Target Changes
Robert R Hom, Michelle S. Okumura, Melissa G. F. Alexander;
Fredrick A. Gardin, and Curtis T  Sylvester

Pedagogy
212    Exergaming Impact on Physical Activity and Interest  in Elementary School Children
Haichun  Sun

221     An Accomplished Teacher’s Use of Scaffolding During a Second-Grade
Unit on Designing Games
Weiyun Chen, Inez Rovegno, Stephen L. Cone, and Theresa P Cone

235     National Board Certified Physical Educators: Perceived Changes
Related to the Certification Process
Amelia Mays Woods and Jesse Lee Rhoades

245     College Students’ Perspectives, Goals, and Strategies in Sport Education
Oleg A. Sinelnikov and Peter A. Hastie

255     Physical Education “in All Sorts of Comers:” Student Activists
Transgressing Formal Physical Education Curricular Boundaries
Eimear Enright and Mary O’Sullivan

Physiology
268     Effect of Strength Training on Rate of Force Development in Older Women Andre Luiz Demantova Gurjiio, Lilian Teresa Bucken  Gobbi, Nelson Hildrio  Carneiro, Raquel  Gonr;alves, Rodrigo Ferreira de Moura, Edilson Serpewni Gyrino, Leandro
Ricardo Altimari, and Sebastido Gobbi

276    Creatine Kinase Activity Weal4y Correlates to Volume Completed
Following Upper Body Resistance Exercise
Marco Machado, Jiffrey M. Willardson, Dailson P Silva, !taw C. Frigulha,
AlexanderJ Koch, and Sergio C. Souza

276   Creatine Kinase Activity Weal4y Correlates to Volume Completed
Following Upper Body Resistance Exercise
Marco Machado, Jiffrey M. Willardson, Dailson P Silva, !taw C. Frigulha,
AlexanderJ Koch, and Sergio C. Souza

282    The Influence of Hydration on Anaerobic Performance: A Review
Justin A. Kraft,James M. Green, Phillip A. Bishop, Mark T. Richardson,
Yasmin H  Neggers, and James D. Leeper

293   Effects of Different Exercise Intensities With Isoenergetic Expenditures on GReactive Protein and Blood Lipid Levels
Te Hung Tsao, Chang Bin Yang, and Chin Hsing Hsu

Psychology
300    The Interaction of Functional and Dysfunctional Emotions During
Balance Beam Performance
Jorge Cottyn, Dirk De Clercq, Geert Crombez, and Matthieu Lenoir

308    The Nature, Occurring Contexts, and Psychological Implications of Weight-Related Teasing in Urban Physical Education Programs
Weidong Li and Paul Rukavina

318    Motivation and Exercise Dependence: A Study Based on Self- Determination Theory
David  Gonzalez-Cutre and .Alvaro Sicilia

Sociocultural Foundations
330    “Because I Am Muslim, I Cannot Wear a Swimsuit:” Muslim Girls
Negotiate Participation Opportunities for Physical Activity
Manal Hamzeh and Kimberly L. Oliver

Research Notes
340    Using a Single-Item Physical Activity Measure to Describe and Validate Parents’ Physical Activity Patterns
Kyra Hamilton, Katherine M. VVhite, and Tom Cuddihy

346    Movement Pattern and Parameter Learning in Children: Effects of Feedback Frequency
Hui-Ting Goh, Shailesh S. Kantak, and Katherine J Sullivan

353    Influence of Emotion on the Control of Low-Level Force Production
Kelly M. Naugle, Stephen A. Coombes, james  H  Cauraugh, and Christopher M.Janelle

Commentary and Dialogue

359    Do Expert Swimmers Have Expert Technique? Comment on “Ann
Coordination and Performance Level in the 400-m Front Crawl” by Schnitzler, Seifert, and Chollet  (2011) RndHavriluk

363    To Glide or not to Glide…. Response to Havriluk’s Comment on “Ann
Coordination and Performance Level in the 400-m Front Crawl”
Christophe Schnitzler, Ludovic  Seifert, and Didier Chollet

Journal of Intercollegiate Sport Vol. 5 No. 1 June 2012

Comments from the Associate Editor
Sarah K. Fields ………………………………………………….. 1

NCAA Academic Reform: History, Context and Challenges
Michael Oriard …………………………………………………………………. 4

Michael Oriard on NCAA Academic Reform: Academics Over Dollars
Kenneth L. Shropshire……………………………………………. 19

Reaction to Michael Oriard’s “NCAA Academic Reform: History, Context and Challenges”
Ronald A. Smith ……………………………………………………… 22

Academic Research and Reform: A History of the Empirical Basis for NCAA Academic Policy
Todd A. Petr and John J. McArdle …………………………………………….27

A Summary and Commentary on the Quantitative Results of Current
NCAA Academic Reforms
Thomas S. Paskus ………………………………… 41

Diversity Issues in Academic Reform
George B. Cunningham…………………………………………………… 54

Are We Asking the Right Questions?: A Response to the Academic
Reforms Research the NCAA
Sarah K. Fields …………………………………………………….. 60

NCAA Academic Performance Program (APP): Future Directions
Walter Harrison…………………………………………………………………. 65

Academic Performance Programs: New Directions and (Dis)Connections in Academic Reform
Camille P. O’Bryant …………………………………………………………………… 83

The Academic Reform of Intercollegiate Athletics: The Good, the Problematic, and the Truly Worrisome
Willian1 J. Morgan …………………………………………………………………….. 90

Institutional Experience with Academic Reform: A Panel Discussion
John P. Evans, Michael Alden, Kevin Anderson, Carol Cartwright,
Sidney McPhee and Harvey Perlman ………………………………………………..98

Journal of Teaching in Physical Education Vol 31 No.3

Editors’ Note …………………………………………………………………………………….. 213

How School Social and Physical Environments  Relate To Autonomous Motivation in Physical Education: The Mediating Role of Need Satisfaction
Cindy Rutten, Filip Boen, and Jan Seghers …………………………………………… 216

Urban High-School Girls’ Sense of Relatedness  and Their Engagement in Physical Education
Bo Shen, Nate McCaughtry,  Jeffrey J. Martin, Mariane  Fahlman,
and Alex C. Garn ………………………………………………………………………………. 231

College Students’  Goal Orientations,  Situational  Motivation and Effort: Persistence in Physical Activity Classes
Zan Gao, Leslie William Podlog, and Louis Harrison ……………………………. 246

The Effects of Peer-Administered Token Reinforcement  on Jump Rope
Behaviors of Elementary Physical Education Students
Andrew E. Alstot ……………………………………………………………………………….. 261

Research Note

A Content Analysis of Qualitative Research in the Journal of Teaching in Physical Education from 1998 to 2008
Michael A. Hemphill, K. Andrew R. Richards, Thomas J. Templin,
and Bonnie Tjeerdsma Blankenship …………………………………………………….. 279

American Journal of Health Education Vol 42 No 6 Nov/Dec 2011

Changing of the Guard
Robert F. McDermott………………………………………..320

The School Health Education
Study + 50 Years- What it looked like Behind the Scenes:
An Interview with Gus T. Dalis,EdD
Robert f. McDermott………………………………………..322

The School Health Education
Study+ 50 Years: Scholars’ Reflections on its Impact and legacy
Robert F. McDermott, Alyssa B. Mayer
and The School Health Education Study
Fifty-Year Reflection Group ……………………………… 330

Feature Article
Health Education: Always Approved but Still Not Always on Schools’ Radar Alyssa B. Mayer, Becky f. Smith,
and Robert f. McDermott………………………………….349

*Self-study Questions for Continuing Education….360

2011 Indices
Index of Titles …………………………………………….. 362
Index of Authors………………………………………… 365
Index of Reviewers…………………………………….. 366

Guidelines for Authors…………………………………………….368