Wendy M. Rodgers

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University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
Area:
Behavioral Psychology, Recreation, Psychometrics Psychology
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Berry TR, Courneya KS, Norris CM, et al. (2019) Automatic associations of breast cancer and heart disease with fruit and vegetables and physical activity. Sage Open Medicine. 7: 2050312119871183
Larson HK, Young BW, McHugh TF, et al. (2019) Markers of Early Specialization and Their Relationships With Burnout and Dropout in Swimming. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 1-9
Selzler AM, Rodgers WM, Berry TR, et al. (2019) Coping Versus Mastery Modeling Intervention to Enhance Self-efficacy for Exercise in Patients with COPD. Behavioral Medicine (Washington, D.C.). 1-12
Larson HK, McHugh TF, Young BW, et al. (2019) Pathways from youth to masters swimming: Exploring long-term influences of youth swimming experiences Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 41: 12-20
Selzler AM, Rodgers WM, Berry TR, et al. (2018) Reciprocal relationships between self-efficacy, outcome satisfaction, and attendance at an exercise programme. British Journal of Health Psychology
Berry TR, Rodgers WM, Divine A, et al. (2018) The Relationship of Explicit-Implicit Evaluative Discrepancy to Exercise Dropout in Middle-Aged Adults. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 1-9
Curtin KD, Berry TR, Courneya KS, et al. (2018) Investigating relationships between ancestry, lifestyle behaviors and perceptions of heart disease and breast cancer among Canadian women with British and with South Asian ancestry. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing : Journal of the Working Group On Cardiovascular Nursing of the European Society of Cardiology. 1474515118755729
Berry TR, Jones KE, Courneya KS, et al. (2018) Believability of messages about preventing breast cancer and heart disease through physical activity. Bmc Psychology. 6: 2
Larson HK, McFadden K, McHugh TF, et al. (2018) When you don't get what you want—and it's really hard: Exploring motivational contributions to exercise dropout Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 37: 59-66
Larson HK, McFadden K, McHugh TF, et al. (2017) You can’t always get what you want: expectations, outcomes, and adherence of new exercisers Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. 9: 389-402
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