Faculty scholarship & publications

Browse the titles below to review selected scholarship produced by the Department of Health & Sport Science faculty:


Anne R. Crecelius, Ph.D.

Health & Sport Science

Richards, J.C., A.R. Crecelius, D.G. Larson and F.A. Dinenno. Impaired peripheral hypoxic vasodilation in healthy older adults: role of the sympathoadrenal system. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. In Press. 2017.

Smith, T.M., Broomhall, C.N., and A.R. Crecelius.  Physical and psychological impacts of exercise on cancer rehabilitation patients. Clin J Oncol Nursing. 20(6), 653-659.  2016.

Wald, C.M. and A.R. Crecelius. Health-related quality of life increases similarly in type 2 diabetic versus non-diabetic patients following 7-12 week cardiac rehabilitation. J Cardiopulm Rehab and Preven.36(5):339-45. 2016.

M. Wilson, K. Virgin, K. Haynes, A.R. Crecelius. Effect of Sleep on the Attentiveness of Elementary School Students. Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences. 15. 2016.  

Crecelius A.R. and F.A. Dinenno.  Vascular regulation via KIR channels and Na+/K+-ATPase. Channels. 9(4):171-2. 2015.

Richards, J.C., A.R.Crecelius, D.G. Larson and F.A. Dinenno. Acute ascorbic acid ingestion increases skeletal muscle blood flow and oxygen consumption via local vasodilation during graded handgrip exercise in older adults. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 309(2):H360-8. 2015.

Crecelius A.R., B.S. Kirby, C.M. Hearon Jr, G.J. Luckasen, D.G. Larson and F.A. Dinenno.  Contracting human skeletal muscle maintains the ability to blunt α1 -adrenergic vasoconstriction during KIR channel and Na+/K+-ATPase inhibition. J Physiol. 593(12):2735-51. 2015.

Crecelius A.R., B.S. Kirby, and F.A. Dinenno. Intravascular ATP and the regulation of blood flow and oxygen delivery in humans. Ex Sport Sci Rev. 43(1):5-13. 2015 ˄

Crecelius A.R., G.J. Luckasen, D.G. Larson and F.A. Dinenno. KIR channel activation contributes to onset and steady-state exercise hyperemia in humans.  Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 307(5):H782-91. 2014.

Crecelius, A.R. and F.A. Dinenno. Understanding ATP-mediated vasodilatation in humans: our hyper-polarizing story.  Physiology News. 94:38-44. 2014.

Crecelius A.R., J.C. Richards, G.J. Luckasen, D.G. Larson and F.A. Dinenno.  Reactive hyperemia occurs via activation of inwardly-rectifying potassium channels and Na+/K+-ATPase in humans. Circ Res. 113(8):1023-32. 2013.

Crecelius A.R., B.S. Kirby, G.J. Luckasen, D.G. Larson and F.A. Dinenno. Mechanisms of rapid vasodilatation following a brief contraction in human skeletal muscle.  Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 305(1):H29-40. 2013. ◊

Crecelius A.R., B.S. Kirby, J.C. Richards, and F.A. Dinenno.  Mechanical effects of muscle contraction increase intravascular ATP in humans.  J Appl Physiol. 114:1085-93. 2013.

For a complete list of her works, visit Anne R. Crecelius' directory profile page.

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Diana Cuy Castellanos, Ph.D., R.D.

Health & Sport Science

Cuy Castellanos, D.K., & Borer, K. (2014). Using the PRECEDE-PROCEED model to assess dietary needs in the Hispanic population in northeastern Pennsylvania. Hispanic Healthcare International. 12(1), 43-53.

Cuy Castellanos, D. K., Downey, L., Graham-Kresge, S., Yadrick, K., Zoellner, J., & Connell, C. (2012). Examining the Diet of Hispanic Males using the Precede-Proceed model Predisposing, Enabling, and Reinforcing Dietary Factors. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior [serial online]. View abstract >>

For items from 2011 and older, visit Diana Cuy Castellanos' directory profile page.

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Corinne Daprano, Ph.D.

Health & Sport Science

Porterfield, S., J. Linderman, L. Laubach, & C. Daprano. (October 2013). Comparison of the effect of caffeine ingestion on time to exhaustion between endurance trained and untrained men. Journal of Exercise Physiology online, 16(5), 90-98. Read article >>

Titlebaum, P., Dick, R., Crow, B., & Daprano, C. (Fall 2012). Staying in the Game: Basketball Officials' Perceptions. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 6(3):325-334.

For items from 2011 and older, visit Corinne Daprano's directory profile page.

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Jon K. Linderman, Ph.D.

Health & Sport Science

Porterfield, S., J. Linderman, L. Laubach, & C. Daprano. (2013, October). Comparison of the effect of caffeine ingestion on time to exhaustion between endurance trained and untrained men. Journal of Exercise Physiology online, 16(5), 90-98. Read article >>

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Haozhou Pu, Ph.D.

Health & Sport Science

Pu, H. & James, J. D. (In Press). The distant fan segment: Exploring motives and psychological connection of National Basketball Association fans. International Journal of Sport Marketing and Sponsorship.

McLeod, C., Pu, H., & Newman, J. I. (In Press). Blue skies over beijing: Olympics, environments, and the People’s Republic of China. Sociology of Sport Journal.

Pu, H. & Chen, Y. (In Press). Restructuration of spectacle and the neoliberalization of modern Olympics. AnthroVisions.

Pu, H. (2016). Mediating the giants: Yao Ming, NBA and the cultural politics of Sino-American relations. Asia Pacific Journal of Sport and Social Science, 5(2), 87-107.

Pu, H., & Giardina, M. D. (2015). Ye Shiwen, collective memory, and the 2012 London Olympic Games: Notes on the production and consumption of national victimhood. Sport in Society, 19(2), 237-253.

Xiao, S., Pu, H., & Fu, Q. (2015). Global Games: A review of consumer behavior and sport fandom. Journal of Xi’An University of Sport, 4, 385-390.

Zhou, R., Leopkey, B., Kim, C., Pu, H., Kaplanidou, K., & Ross, W.& Exploring Partnerships in Sport Event Delivery. Paper presented at North American Society for Sport Management Conference (NASSM 2017), Denver, USA.

Pu, H., & James, J. D. Distance Matters: A comparison of socialization, motives, and group identities between distant fan and local fan. Paper to be presented at North American Society for Sport Management Conference (NASSM 2017), Denver, USA.

Pu, H., & James, J. D. (Re)imagining the long-distance love: exploring the overseas official supporter’s clubs of the English Premier League teams. (2016). Paper presented at 2016 Sport Marketing Association Conference (SMA 2016), Indianapolis, USA.

Pu, H. & Giardina, M. D. Framing legacy discourse: Media representation of the 2022 Winter Olympics bid. (2016). Paper presented at North American Society for Sport Sociology (NASSS 2016), Tampa, USA.

Pu, H., Son, H., & Lin, Z. Exploring spectator motivations for attending E-Sports events. (2016) presented at North American Society for Sport Management Conference (NASSM 2016), Orlando, USA.

Xue, H., Pu, H., Hawzen, M., & Newman, J. I. E-Sports Management? Institutional logics, professional sports, emerging E-Sports field. (2016) presented at North American Society for Sport Management Conference (NASSM 2016), Orlando, USA.

Pu, H., Newman, J. I., & Giardina, M. D. Beijing 2022, a turn towards (late) modernity? A contextual analysis on the prospective legacy of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. (2015) presented at North American Society for Sport Sociology (NASSS 2015), Santa Fe, USA

Pu, H. & James, J. D. The distant fan and the psychological continuum model: A theoretical and empirical analysis.(2015) presented at North American Society for Sport Management Conference. (NASSM 2015). Ottawa, Canada.

Pu, H. A rose with thorns: globalization, commodification, and the contested neoliberal body of Li Na. (2014) presented at Word Congress of Sociology of Sport (ISSA, 2014), Beijing, China.

Pu, H. & Giardina, M. D. Ye Shiwen, Collective memory, and the 2012 London Olympic Games: notes on the production and consumption of national victimhood. (2013) Presented at North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Annual Conference (NASSS 2013), Quebec City, Canada.

For items from 2011 and older, visit Haozhou Pu's directory profile page.

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Peter J. Titlebaum, Ed.D.

Health & Sport Science

Fischer, C., Titlebaum, P., (2017) Social Media Best Practice in College Football Division 1 National Championship Game, Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual (32) 1-11

McGavery, R., Titlebaum, P. (2017), Winning off the Field: How Social Media Analytics Measure the Sports Industry. Journal of Applied Marketing Theory 8,(1), 1-13

Travis, S., Linderman, J., Titlebaum, P. (2016) The Organization of Collegiate Women’s Basketball Camps Applied Research in Recreation Annual, (6) 53-65

Hamilton, W., Linderman, J., Titlebaum, P. (2016) Developing the Effective Strength and Conditioning Program, Applied Research in Recreation Annual, (6) 132-154

Blair, J., Titlebaum, P., Brown, M. & Dick. R. (2016) Learn What the Luxury Suite Customer Wants, Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual, (31) 224-248

Peak, K., Lyons, G., Crider, D., Simpson, W., Titlebaum, P. Snow, V. (2015) Presenting and Writing Competencies: Are you a “Clark Kent" or a “Superman" or Both? Applied Research in Recreation Annual, (5) 1-14

Kloke, D., Titlebaum, P. (2015), Premium Food & Beverage Trends in North American Sport and Entertainment, Applied Research in Recreation Annual, (5) 60-82

Mowers, M., Titlebaum, P., (2015), Supervision in a College Fitness Facility: Evaluation of Employee Orientation and Training, Applied Research in Recreation Annual, (5) 113-125

Szymaszek, A., Titlebaum, P., (2015), Going to School: Employment Strategies for Teacher, The Ohio Journal of Teacher Education, 29(2) 37-50

Titlebaum, P., & Kloke, D. (2015), Examination of Premium Food and Beverage Menus, International Journal of Sport Management 16.(3), 354-370

Brito, D, Dvorsky, J., Weingarz, K., Titlebaum, P., (2015) Creating a Model for Student Support Groups, Applied Research in Recreation Annual, 30(1), 207-223

Titlebaum, P., & Crow, B., (2015) Sales with a Touch of Philanthropy: Opening Doors for Sports Careers, Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual, 30(1), 220-233

Titlebaum, P., Szymaszek, A. (2014), Students Uncover Hidden Tools for Noteworthy Career: Closing the Gap between Theory and Practice. Applied Research in Recreation Annual, 4(1), 139-155

Titlebaum, P., Dick, R., Davis, R., & Bertovich K. (2014) Acquiring and Maintaining Premium Seat Customer in the "Big Four" Leagues, Journal of Applied Marketing Theory, 5,(1), 1-13.

Titlebaum, P., Gillentine, A., Brown, M., Miller, J., Koesters, T & D’Amico, J. (2014). Sponsorship Activation in Professional Sport, International Journal of Sport Management, 15,(2), 239-256.

Corrigan, P. &Titlebaum, P. (2014). Taking Ownership Follow These Steps to Career Success,” Recreation Management, 15 (5), 10-11.

Titlebaum, P. & Kloke, D. (2014). The Future of the Premium Food and Beverage Experience, Seat, 24, (3) 74, 75.

Titlebaum, P. (2014). Bike Ride with a Goal. Young’s Ice Cream Bike Tour.

Szymaszek, A., Titlebaum, P. (2014). Navigating the path to a teaching job: Uncover the areas of influence. National Career Development Association.Read article >>

Titlebaum, P., Koesters, T. Branca, D. (2013). The analysis of North American “Big Four” Sports Leagues basing on geographical division. International Journal of Developmental Sport Management, 2(1), 1-25.

Titlebaum, P., Lawrence, H. J., Moberg, C., & Ramos, C. (2013). Fortune 100 Companies and Premium Seating Ownership. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 22(1), 48-58.

Titlebaum, P., DeMange, C., & Davis, R. (2012). Professional vs. Collegiate Facilties: Perceived Motivations of Luxury Suite Ownership. Journal of Venue and Entertainment Management, 4(1):1-12.

Titlebaum, P., Dick, R., Crow, B., & Daprano, C. (Fall 2012). Staying in the Game: Basketball Officials' Perceptions. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 6(3):325-334.

For items from 2011 and older, visit Peter J. Titlebaum's directory profile page.

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Paul M. Vanderburgh, Ed.D.

Health & Sports Science

Vanderburgh, P. (2015). An age and body mass handicap for the marathon. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 19:219-225.

Vanderburgh, P. (2013). Validity of Boston Marathon qualifying times. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 8:685-687.

For items from 2011 and older, visit Paul M. Vanderburgh's directory profile page.

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