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Publications

  • Winett, R.A. (2004) Comments on Challenges to Improving the Impact of Worksite Cancer Prevention Programs: Paradigm Lost. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 287, 115.
  • Sikkema, K.J., Brondino, M.J., Anderson, E.S., Gore-Felton, C., Kelly, J.A., Winett, R.A., Heckman, T.G., & Roffman, R.A.  (2004).  HIV risk behavior among ethnically diverse adolescents living in low-income housing developments. Journal of Adolescent Health.35, 41-50.
  • Williams, D.M., Anderson, E.S., Winett, R.A. (2004) Social cognitive predictors of creatine users vs. nonusers among undergraduate recreational resistance trainers. Journal of Sports Behavior. 27, 170-183.
  • Williams, D.M. Anderson, E.S., & Winett, R.A. (2005) A review of the outcome expectancy construct in physical activity research. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 29, 70-79.
  • Winett, R.A., Tate, D.T., Anderson, E.S., Wojcik, J.R., Winett, S.G. (in press) Preventing weight gain using Internet programs. In Watkins, R. and Clum, G., Handbook of Self-help therapies. Erlbaum.
  • Carpinelli, R.N., Otto, R.M., Winett, R.A. (2004) A critical analysis of the ACSM Position Stand on Resistance Training: Insufficient evidence to support recommended training protocols. Journal of Exercise Physiology Online. 7(3), 1-60.
  • Carpinelli, R.N., Otto, R.M., Winett, R.A. (2004) Reply to McGuigan and McBride. ACSM Position Stand on Resistance Training. Journal of Exercise Physiology Online. 7(4), 2-3.
  • Winett, R.A. (2004). Meta-analyses do not support performance of multiple sets or high volume resistance training. Journal of Exercise Physiology Online. 7(5), 10-20.
  • Winett, R.A., Tate, D.F., Anderson, E.S., Wojcik, J.R., & Winett, S.G. (2005) Long-Term Prevention of Weight Gain: A Theoretically-Based Internet Approach. Preventive Medicine. 41, 629-641.
  • Rovniak, L.S., Hovell, M.E., Wojcik, J.R., Winett, R.A., & Martinez-Donate, A.P. (2005). Enhancing treatment fidelity: An email-based walking program demonstration. American Journal of Health Promotion. 20, 85-95.
  • Anderson, E. S., Wagstaff, D. A., Heckman, T. G., Winett, R. A., Roffman, R. A., Solomon L. J., Cargill, V. , Kelly, J. A., & Sikkema, K. J. (i2006). Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills (IMB) Model: Testing Direct and Mediated Treatment Effects on Condom Use Among Women in Low-Income Housing. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 31, 70-79.
  • Anderson, E. S., Wojcik, J. R., Winett, R. A., Williams, D. A. (i2006). Social Cognitive Determinants of Physical Activity: The Influence of Social Support, Self-Efficacy, Outcome-Expectations, and Self-Regulation. Health Psychology.
  • Sikkema, KJ, Anderson, E.S., Kelly, J.A., Winett, R.A., Gore-Felton, C., Roffman, R.A., Heckman, .T.G.,Graves, K., Hoffmann R..G., Brondino, M.J. (2005). Outcomes of a Randomized, Controlled Community-Level HIV Prevention Intervention for Adolescents in Low-Income Housing Developments. AIDS, 19, 1509-1516.
  • Winett, R.A. (2006) The wrong prescription for aging: Comment on Williams and Pate. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 38, 400.
  • Westcott, W.L. & Winett, R.A. (2006) Basic ACSM Exercise Guidelines Effective for Improving Body Composition and Blood Pressure in Previously Sedentary Adults. Fitness Management. January, 50-54.
  • Winett, R.A. (2006). Comment on Munn et al: Resistance Training for Strength. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.38, 401.

Presentations

  • Winett, R.A., Anderson, E.S., Wojcik, J.R., Winett, S.G., and Bowden, T. Guide to Health: Effects of a church-based Internet program on preventing weight (gain 2004). Presented at the 25th annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Baltimore, MD., March, 2004. (citation award winner)
  • Williams, D. M., Anderson, E. S., & Winett, R. A., Wojcik, J.R. Gender and ethnic differences in physical activity and social cognitive variables among participants enrolled in a church-based physical activity intervention. Presented at the 25th annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Baltimore, MD., March, 2004.
  • Williams, D. M., Anderson, E. S., & Winett, R. A. Review of outcome expectancies in physical activity research. Presented at the 25th annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Baltimore, MD., March, 2004.
  • Fox, L.D., Cohen, E., Winett, R.A., Nichols-Richardson, S., Herbert, W.G., & Wojcik, J.R. (2004) The use of a comprehensive weight management program, incorporating the new healthy pyramid, to promote improved nutritional intake. Poster presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine 25th annual meeting and scientific sessions, Baltimore, MD., March, 2004.
  • Fox, L.D., Heiman, J., Winett, R.A., Nichols-Richardson, S., Herbert, W.G., & Wojcik, J.R. The association between anthropometric and dual energy x-ray absorptiomtry (DXA) on determining body weight change. Poster presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine 25th annual meeting and scientific sessions, Baltimore, MD., March, 2004.
  • Fox, L.D., Winett, R.A., Nichols-Richardson, S., Herbert, W.G., & Wojcik, J.R. Use of pedometers facilitates physical activity changes in the context of a weight loss program. Poster presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine 25th annual meeting and scientific sessions, Baltimore, MD., March, 2004.
  • Wojcik, J.R., Johnson, A.D., Tembo, M., Anderson, E.S., Winett, R.A. Health Concerns and Interests of African-American Church Members. Poster presented at Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, March 24-27, 2004, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Rovniak, L.S., Hovell, M., Wojcik, J., Winett, R.A. Increasing the effectiveness of Email-Based Walking Programs. Poster presented at Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting March 24-27, 2004, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Wojcik, J.R., Anderson, E.S., Winett, R.A. Church-Based Internet Intervention Increases Physical Activity and Step Counts in the Least Active Participants. Poster presented at Critical Issues in e-Health Research Conference, National Institutes of Health, June 9-10, 2005, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Anderson, E.S., Winett, R.A., Wojcik, J.R, Williams, D.M. Social Cognitive Determinants of Physical Activity Among Churchgoers. Poster presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, April 13-16, 2005, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Anderson, E.S., Winett, R.A., Wojcik, J.R. Nutritional Change in Male and Female Churchgoers Using an Internet-Based Intervention. Poster presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, April 13-16, 2005, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Winett, R.A., Wojcik, J.R., Anderson, E.S. Guide to Health: A Church-Based Nutrition and Physical Activity Intervention. Poster presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, April 13-16, 2005, Boston, Massachusetts. (citation award winner)
  • Fox, L.D., Winett, R.A., Wojcik, J.R., & Anderson, E.S. Cognitive Variables with Study Outcomes Related to a New Treatment for Obesity: Active4Life. Poster presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, April 13-16, 2005, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Wojcik, J.R., Anderson, E.S., Winett, R.A. Increasing pedometer steps counts via a church-based Internet program. Paper presented at ACSM’s conference on Physical Activity, November, 10-12, 2005, Champaign, Illinois.
  • Winett, R.A., Anderson, E.S. Wojcik, J.R. Winett, S.G., Bowden, T. Guide to Health: Outcomes of a church based, Internet health behavior program at post-test and follow-up. Paper presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, March 23, 2006.
  • Winett, R.A., Anderson, E.S. Wojcik, J.R. Winett, S.G., Bowden, T. Guide to Health: Outcomes of a church based, Internet health behavior program at post-test and follow-up- Theoretical and Applied Directions. Paper presented at the NCI Body and Soul Conference, May 1, 2006.
  • Winett, R.A., Anderson, E.S. Wojcik, J.R. Winett, S.G., Bowden, T. Guide to Health: Outcomes of a church based, Internet health behavior program at post-test and follow-up- Theoretical and Applied Directions. Paper presented at the NCI Body and Soul Conference, May 1, 2006.