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Researcher: Rehor, P (Dr Peter Rehor)

Fields of Research

Sport and exercise psychology
Sports science and exercise
Other education
Other agricultural, veterinary and food sciences
Health psychology

Research Objectives

Mental health
Behaviour and health
Injury prevention and control
Public health (excl. specific population health)
Other education and training
Health status (incl. wellbeing)

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Alteration of mood state after a single bout of noncompetitive and competitive exercise programs; Perceptual and Motor Skills
Effect of four Aerobic-Mode Programs on Energy Expenditure in Females; VIIth IOC Olympic World Congress on Sport Sciences
Health Enhancement: Prospects and Paradigms; 5th National Health Promoting Schools Conference
Increasing Activity Patterns amongst Rural Senior Citizens; Fifth IOC World Congress on Sport Sciences
Mood State Profiles of Age Group Triathletes; ACTA UNIVERSITATIS CAROLINAE, KINANTHROPOLOGICA
Physical Activity Levels of Northern Tasmanian High School Students; The ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal
Relationship between Self-Efficacy and Stages of Exercise Adoption; 4th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science
The analysis of application of selected exercise determinants by low, moderate and high adherence exercise groups; 2000 Pre-Olympic Congress
The Effect of an Intervention Program based on the Exercise Adoption/Adherence Model on Exercise Behaviour of Secondary Females; 2000 Pre-Olympic Congress
The Effects of Various Exercise Modes on Psychological Profiles of College Students; ACTA Universitatis Carolinae, Kinanthropologica

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision

Health and Physical Education- Understanding and practices of Tasmanian School based personnel.
The Impact of Internet Marketing on Pooled Interdependent Australian Sporting Organisations- A Study of the Effects of Internet Marketing Practice and its Relationship with Revenue and Costs Associated with an Online Presence