• Effects of Social Belonging and Task Framing on Exercise Cognitions and behavior 

      Dowd, A. Justine; Schmader, Toni; Sylvester, Benjamin D.; Jung, Mary E.; Zumbo, Bruno D.; Martin, Luc J.; Beauchamp, Mark R. (2016-04-25)
      The objective of the studies presented in this paper was to examine whether the need to belong can be used to enhance exercise cognitions and behavior. Two studies examined the effectiveness of framing exercise as a means ...
    • Examining the Origins of Team Building in Sport : A Citation Network and Genealogical Approach 

      Bruner, Mark W.; Beauchamp, Mark R.; Eys, Mark A.; Côté, Jean (2016-05-02)
      Team building (TB) is regarded as one of the most effective group development interventions in organizations (Cannon-Bowers, J. A., & Bowers, C. [2010]. Team development and functioning. In S. Zedeck [Ed.] APA handbook of ...
    • Perceived Variety, Psychological Needs Satisfaction and Exercise-Related Well-Being 

      Sylvester, Benjamin D.; Standage, Martyn; Dowd, A. Justine; Martin, Luc J.; Sweet, Shane N.; Beauchamp, Mark R. (2016-04-14)
      Objective: Perceived variety represents a psychosocial experience that gives rise to, and supports the maintenance of, an individual’s well-being. In this study, we developed an instrument to measure perceived variety in ...
    • Transformational Teaching and Adolescent Physical Activity:Multilevel and Mediational Effects 

      Beauchamp, Mark R.; Liu, Y.; Morton, K. L.; Martin, Luc J.; Wilson, A. H.; Wilson, A. J.; Sylvester, Benjamin D.; Zumbo, Bruno D.; Barling, Julian (2016-04-14)
      Background Regular physical activity is associated with a range of physical and psychological health benefits. In North America the majority of adolescents are insufficiently active. Purpose The purpose of this study ...