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W. Jack Rejeski

Rejeski is with the Dept. of Health and Exercise Science, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 27109.


  Attribution Theory in Sport: Current Status and New Perspectives, (Volume 5, Issue 1, March)
  BOOK REVIEW, (Volume 5, Issue 3, September)
  BOOK REVIEW, (Volume 5, Issue 4, December)
  Defining the Boundaries of Sport Psychology, (Volume 2, Issue 3, September)
  Distracting Attentional Focus From Fatigue: Does Task Complexity Make a Difference?, (Volume 9, Issue 1, March)
  Does the Dose of Acute Exercise Mediate Psychophysiological Responses to Mental Stress?, (Volume 15, Issue 1, March)
  Feminine-Typed Females: The Role of Affective Schema in the Perception of Exercise Intensity, (Volume 6, Issue 2, June)
  Initial Validation of the CSA Activity Monitor During Rehabilitative Exercise Among Older Adults With Chronic Disease, (Volume 11, Issue 3, July)
  Is the Social Physique Anxiety Scale Really Multidimensional? Conceptual and Statistical Arguments for a Unidimensional Model, (Volume 19, Issue 4, December)
  Not What, But How One Feels: The Measurement of Affect During Exercise, (Volume 11, Issue 3, September)
  Perceived Exertion: An Active or Passive Process?, (Volume 7, Issue 4, December)
  Psychological Benefits of Physical Activity Are Influenced by the Social Environment, (Volume 19, Issue 2, June)
  Psychometric Confounds of Assessing State Anxiety in Conjunction with Acute Bouts of Vigorous Exercise, (Volume 13, Issue 1, March)
  Rehabilitation and Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease: An Overview of the Type A Behavior Pattern, (Volume 33, Issue 2, August)
  Self-Efficacy Influences Feeling States Associated With Acute Exercise, (Volume 16, Issue 3, September)
  Social Psychobiologic Dysfunction Associated With Anabolic Steroid Abuse: A Review, (Volume 4, Issue 3, September)
  The Effects of Varying Doses of Acute Aerobic Exercise on Psychophysiological Stress Responses in Highly Trained Cyclists, (Volume 13, Issue 2, June)
  The Exercise-Induced Feeling Inventory: Development and Initial Validation, (Volume 15, Issue 4, December)
  The Measurement of Social Physique Anxiety, (Volume 11, Issue 1, March)
  The Perception of Exertion: A Social Psychophysiological Integration, (Volume 3, Issue 4, December)
  Walking, but Not Weight Lifting, Acutely Reduces Systolic Blood Pressure in Older, Sedentary Men and Women, (Volume 3, Issue 2, April)