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Sport Participation & Health Promotion Lab

Sport Participation & Health Promotion Lab

Sport Participation and Health Promotion (SPHP) Research Lab prepares students to conduct scholarly inquiry in a broad spectrum of areas emphasizing promotion of sport participation and physical activity. Research and creative activities include both basic and applied work in program planning, program development, and evaluation of program effectiveness. Main aim of this lab is to develop evidence-based, efficient, and effective programs for promoting sport participation and physical activity among various population.

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Configuration

Field of research

Developing evidence-based, efficient, and effective programs for promoting sport participation and physical activity among various population

Research method

1. Analyzing data using various statistical methods

2. Developing sport participation and physical activity promotion programs based on the results of statistical analysis

3. Performing process and outcome evaluation of programs

Recent Major Research Target

1. The effects of dopamine receptor genes on the trajectories of sport participation from adolescence through young adulthood
2. Parental support and sport participation
3. Program development and evaluation using the Theory of Planned Behavior

Latest Research

  • Park, S., & Lee, C. G. (Corresponding author) (2019). Effects of salient beliefs on the intention to participate in physical activity among high school students based on the theory of planned behavior. Health Behavior and Policy Review, 6(1), 107-114 
  • Oh, J., Lee, E., Lim, J. J., Lee, S., Jin, Y., Song, B. K., Oh, B., Lee, C. G., Lee, D. H., Lee, H. J., Park, H., Kang, H. J., Yu, M., Suh, S., Park, S., Lee, S. J., Park, S. J., Im, S., Song, W., Yu, Y., Song, Y. K., Kim, Y., Jeon, J., & Kim, Y. S. (2019). Results from South Korea’s 2018 report card on physical activity for children and youth. Journal of Exercise Science & Fitness, 17(1), 26-33. 
  • Lee, C. G., Middlestadt, S. E., Seo, D. -C., Lin, H., Macy, J. T., & Park, S. (2018). Incorporating environmental variables as precursor background variables of the theory of planned behavior to predict quitting-related intentions: a comparative study between adult and young adult smokers. Archives of Public Health, 76, 66-74.
  • Lee, C. G., Park, S., Lee, S. H., Kim, H., & Park, J. (2018). Social cognitive theory and physical activity among Korean male high school students. American Journal of Men’s Health, 12(4), 973-980.
  • Lee, C. G., Park, S., & Yoo, S. (2018). The longitudinal effect of parental support during adolescence on the trajectory of sport participation from adolescence through young adulthood. Journal of Sport and Health Science, 7(1), 70-76. 
  • Seo, D-. C., Torabi, M. R., Chin, M. K., Lee, C. G., Kim, N., Huang, S. F., Chen, C. K., Mok, M. M. C., Wong, P., Chia, M, & Park, B. H. (2014). Physical activity, body mass index, alcohol consumption, and cigarette smoking among East Asian college students. Health Education Journal, 73(4), 453-465.
  • Lee, C. G., Cho, Y., & Yoo, S. (2013). The relations of suicidal ideation and attempts with physical activity among Korean adolescents. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 10(5), 716-726.
  • Seo, D-. C., Torabi, M. R., Chin, M. K., Huang, S. F., Chen, C. K., Mok, M. M., Wong, P., Chia, M., Lee, C. G., & Wang, C. (2012). A comparison of factors associated with physical inactivity among East Asian college students. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 19(3), 316-323.
  • Lee, C. G., & Cho, Y. (2009). Relationship between perceived neighborhood characteristics and vigorous physical activity among adult Seoul residents. Journal of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, 42(4), 215-222.

 

 

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