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Spencer-Cavaliere, N. & Watkinson, E.J. (In press).  Inclusion understood from the perspectives of children with disability.

Cervantes, C. & Porretta, D.L. (In press).  Physical Activity Measurement among Individuals with Disabilities: A Literature Review.

Shapiro, D. (In press).  Multidimensional physical self-concept of athletes with physical disabilities. 

Rossow-Kimball, B. & Goodwin, D. (2009).  Self-determination and leisure experiences of women living in group homes.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 26, 1-20.

Agiovlasitis, S., McCubbin, J.A., Yun, J., Pavol, J., & Widrick, J.J. (2009).  Economy and preferred speed of walking in adults with and without down syndrome.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 26, 118-130.

Seymour, H., Reid, G. & Bloom, G.  (2009). Friendship in inclusive physical education.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 26, 201-219.

Sousa, A.I., Correderia, R., & Pereira, A.L. (2009). The body in persons with an amputation.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 26, 236-258.

Deconinck, F. J. A. et al. (2008).  Sensory contribution to balance in boys with developmental coordination disorder.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 25, 17-35.

Hutzler, Y., & Sherrill, C. (2007). Defining adapted physical activity: International perspectives.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 24, 1-20.

Grenier, M. (2006).  A social constructionist perspective of teaching and learning in inclusive physical education.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 23, 245-260.

Tripp, A., & Rizzo, T.  (2006).  Disability labels affect physical educators.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 23, 310-326.




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