“ 4 The FacultyofHealthSciences continues to be a national and international leader in health research. “ Tony Vandervoort, Acting Associate Dean- Scholarship associaTe Dean’s Message I am very pleased to be able to share the following report of our 2007-2008 research achievements with our colleagues and the broader University community. The information on the following pages shows again this year that the FacultyofHealthSciences continues to be a national and international leader in health research. I extend much gratitude to Dr. Gord MacDonald, FHS Research Officer, for pulling the report together in a clear way that facilitates review of our progress. It is particularly notable that our faculty members have both an impressive record of securing operating funds for their research and local programs, and also continue to make important contributions to large, collaborative and interdisciplinary research projects at the provincial, federal and international level. While this report is intended to highlight the work and accomplishments of the outstanding researchers in the FacultyofHealthSciences, I also want to acknowledge the tremendous work and commitment of the supportive team within the staff complement of FHS, and also in Western’s Research Development & Services unit. Today’s health sciences research involves an extensive administrative side, and we offer our sincere thanks to everyone across campus and beyond who help keep it all going as smoothly as possible. Congratulations to the members of the FacultyofHealthSciences, and all of our valued colleagues and collaborators for their contributions to our ongoing research success! Anthony A. Vandervoort, Acting Associate Dean - Scholarship FacultyofHealthSciences
faculty Member Publications (July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008) Bachelor of healTh sciences PrograM (Bhsc) TyPe faculTy ciTaTion (July 1, 2007 To June 30, 2008) article Burke, s.M. Book Burke, s.M. Book chapter Book chapter Book chapter Burke, s.M. Burke, s. M. Burke, s. M. Book charland, l. article charland, l. Martin ginis, K. a., Burke, S. M. & gauvin, l. M. (2007). exercising with others exacerbates the negative effects of mirrored environments on sedentary women’s feeling states. Psychology and Health, 22, 945-962. Burke, S. M. (2008). The role of social context in relation to exercise promotion and adherence*. saarbrücken, germany: VDM Publishers. (*reprinted version of PhD dissertation in book format, with permissions). Burke, S. M., shapcott, K. M., Carron, A. V. & eys, M. a. (2008). a qualitative examination of the reasons for university- and middleaged women’s preferences for strength training contexts. in l.T. allerton & g.P. rutherforde (eds.), Exercise and women’s health: New research, hauppauge, ny: nova science Publishers, inc., 79-103. eys, M. a., & Burke, S. M. (2008). social contacts and cohesion in an exercise setting. in M. P. simmons & l. a. foster (eds.), Sport and Exercise Psychology Research Advances, new york: nova science Publishers, inc., 191-205. Carron, A. V., shapcott, K. M., & Burke, S. M. (2007). group cohesion in sport and exercise: Past, present and future. in M. r. Beauchamp & M. a. eys (eds.), Group dynamics in exercise and sport psychology: Contemporary themes, london: routledge, 117-139. Charland, L. & Zachar, P. (2008). Fact and Value in Emotion. amsterdam: John Benjamin Press. Charland, L. (2008). alexander crichton on the Psychopathology of the Passions. History of Psychiatry, 19(3), 275-296.