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Southwest ACSM: October 2017 – Long Beach, California:

  • Beitzel, M. M., Balfany, K., Gomez, S. J., & Wilson, K. S.(2017).Looking fit and toned: How does self-presentation differ in those who post about physical activity on social media and those who do not? Conference presentation at SWACSM: Long Beach, CA.
  • Garcia, E. Kato, B.  Wilson, K. S.(2017). Promoting activity in the parks: Kinesiology students serving as physical activity coaches. Conference presentation at SWACSM: Long Beach, CA.
  • Kato, B. L., Wilson, K. S., Rubin, D.Z., & Fenning, R.(2017). Assessing motor proficiency in children with Austism Spectrum Disorder. Conference presentation at SWACSM: Long Beach, CA.
  • Keyes, B. L. & Wilson, K. S.(2017). Influence of Parental Physical Activity on Young Children’s Physical Activity: Considering Time Together. Conference presentation at SWACSM: Long Beach, CA.
  • Villanueva, A., Chin, E., & Wilson, K. S.(2017). Exploring motivation for physical activity across Kinesiology students of various ethnicities.  Conference presentation at SWACSM: Long Beach, CA.

NASPSPA: June 2017 – San Diego, California:

  • Croteau, C.M, Wilson, K.S. (2017). The theory of planned behavior, menstruation, and physical activity: Using a diary approach to predict intention and physical activity across the menstrual cycle. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology.  
  • Hamamoto, S. K., & Wilson, K.S. (2017). Manipulating the psychological climate of group exercise classes: The effects on social physique anxiety and self-presentation. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology.
  • Watenmaker, A., Wilson, K, Englar-Carlson, M. (2017). Targeting mental health stigma among ultra-marathon runners using a brief video social contact intervention. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology.
  • Watenmaker, A., Wilson, K, Englar-Carlson, M. (2017). Exploring mental health among ultra-marathon runners. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology.

SCAPPS: October 2016 – Waterloo, Ontario:

  • Wilson, K.S., & Rose, D. J. (2016, October). Stay Well at Home: Examining changes in planning and social influences. Conference presentation at SCAPPS 2016:  Waterloo, ON.
  • Croteau, C. M. & Wilson, K. S. (2016, October). Menstrual cycle and physical activity participation: Daily tracking of the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) constructs during the menstrual cycle. Poster presentation at SCAPPS 2016:  Waterloo, ON.
  • Bruner, M. W., Wilson, K.S., Boardley, I. D., Benson, A., Sutcliffe, J., Root, Z., & Cote, J. (2016, October). Examining the role of descriptive norms in the social identity and moral behaviour relationship in youth sport. Poster presentation at SCAPPS 2016:  Waterloo, ON.

NASPSPA: June 2016 – Montreal, Quebec:

  • Wilson, K.S. (2016). Parental social control and changes in physical activity of preschool-aged children: A diary study. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 38, S271.
  • Hamamoto, S. K., Desmond, D., Wilson, K.S. (2016). Psychological climate and its relationship to social physique anxiety and self-presentational efficacy. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 38, S198.
  • Hamamoto, S. K., Desmond, D., & Wilson, K.S. (2016). Differences in psychological climate based on gender and type of exercise class. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 38, S198.
  • Martin, L.J., Balderson, D., Hawkins, M., Wilson, K.S., Bruner, M.W. (2016). Perceived groupness and belongingness in relation to social identity in youth sport. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 38, S228.

NASPSPA: June 2015 – Portland, Oregon:

  • Wilson, K. S., McLeland, K. & Hamamoto, S.  (2015). Stable or dynamic: Exploring the dynamics of groupness during an activity class.  Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37, S152.
  • McLeland, K. A., Hamamoto, S. K., Wilson, K.S.  (2015). Stuck like glue: The relationship between cohesion and psychological climate.  Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37, S130.
  • Hamamoto, S.K., McLeland, K. & Wilson, K.S.  (2015). Working harder: The relationship between psychological climate and effort in exercise.  Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37, S117.
  • Pinkerton, S., Tobin, J.L., Querfurth, S. C., Pena, I.M., Wilson, K.S. (2015). "Sweet likes": Social media interactions about physical activity.  Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37, S138.
  • Pinkerton, S., Wilson, K. S., & Rutkowski, E. (2015). Who is in control?: A physical activity intervention targeting changes in social control. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37, S138.
  • Croteau, C. M. & Wilson, K. S.  (2015). Being physically active during menstruation: Using the theory of planned behavior to predict the intention and behavior.  Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37, S106.

SCAPPS: October 2014 – London, Ont:

  • Wilson, K. S. (2014). “You should be more active”: Social control changes passed on parents’ desire. Conference presentation at SCAPPS 2014: London, ON.

    PDF of SCAPPS presentation

  • McLaren, C. D., Spink, K. S., & Wilson, K. S. (2014). Perceiving the team environment: A multilevel analysis of psychological climate and effort among female athletes. Conference presentation at SCAPPS 2014: London, ON.

SWACSM: October 2014 – Newport Beach, CA:

  • Rigsby, V., Wilson, K. S., Rubin, D., & Perales, C. (2014). Barriers faced among Parents of Preschool Children in a Home-Based Physical Activity Intervention. Conference presentation at SWACSM: Newport Beach, CA.

    PDF of Rigsby presentation

  • McLeland, K. A., & Wilson, K. S., (2014). Adding group assignments to a semester-long activity class: Changes in group constructs and fitness. Conference presentation at SWACSM: Newport Beach, CA.

    PDF of McLeland presentation

 

NASPSPA: June 2014 – Minneapolis, MN:

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  • Albin, C., Wilson, K. S., & Rigsby, V.(June 2014). Predicting preschool children’s screen time: The role of parent’s regulatory behaviors.  Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 36, S80.

    PDF of Albin, Wilson, Rigsby presentation

  • Pinkerton, S., & Wilson, K.S. (June 2014). Are we saying the same thing? An exploration of social control reported by parent and child dyads. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 36, S105-106.

    PDF of Pinkerton, Wilson presentation

  • Wilson, K. S., Rigsby, V. & Albin, C.(June 2014). Prompting physical activity in preschool-aged children: The role of parental social control. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 36, S120.

SCAPPS: October, 2013 – Kelowna, BC:

  • Wilson, K.S., Albin, C., & Rigsby, V. (October, 2013). Parent’s influence on preschool children’s physical activity: A daily diary study of parent’s attempts. Verbal presentation accepted at SCAPPS 2013: Kelowna, BC.
  • Wilson, K.S., Rigsby, V., & Albin, C.(October, 2013). Preschool parents use of social control and the relationship with parents’ regulatory efficacy. Poster presentation accepted at SCAPPS 2013: Kelowna, BC.

    PDF of Wilson, Albin, Rigsby, presentation

NASPSPA: June, 2013 – New Orleans, LA:

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  • Wilson, K.S. (June 2013). Not satisfied, active now: The link between parents’ satisfaction and use of social control.  Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35, S121.

    PDF of Wilson presentation

  • Kraft, L. & Wilson, K.S. (June 2013). Parent-child relationship quality: How does it affect responses to parental social control? Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35, S95.

    PDF of Kraft, Wilson presentation

  • Parra, M.M. & Wilson, K.S. (June 2013). “When you’re indoors it’s like you’re on the hamster wheel”: Exploring preferences for indoor and outdoor physical activity. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35, S105.

    PDF of Parra, Wilson presentation

NASPSPA: June, 2012 – Honolulu, Hawaii:

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  • Wilson, K.S., & Nelson, M.M. (2012). Parental social control in preschoolers: The relationship with social support and parent activity. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 34, S302.
  • Kraft, L.A., Wilson, K.S., & Nelson, M. M (2012). Parents pressuring their kids to be active: Parent self-efficacy, other-efficacy, and negative social control.  Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 34, S247.

    PDF of Kraft, Wilson, Nelson presentation

  • Nelson, M. M., & Wilson, K.S. (2012). Predicting parental social control: Examination of descriptive norms for sedentary and physical activity. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 34, S264.

    PDF of Nelson, Wilson presentation

  • Viglietta, R. Wilson, K.S., Spink, K.S., Ulvick, J.D., Priebe, C.S., & Crozier, A. (2012). Would I come back? The role of groupness and cohesion in intention to return. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 34, S297.

    PDF of Viglietta, Wilson presentation

  • Crozier, A.J., Spink, K.S., Wilson, K.S., Ulvick, J.D., & Priebe, C.S. (2012). “All for one”: Examining the effects of cohesion and groupness on adherence in structured exercise settings. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 34, S219.
  • Ulvick, J.D., Crozier, A.J., Spink, K.S., Wilson, K.S., & Priebe, C.S. (2012). Understanding groupness: Exploring the effects of perceived cohesion and similarity. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 34, S295.

Other Conferences

  • Rubin, D.A., Rose, D.J., Wilson, K.S., Wiersma, L., Weiss, J. (2013). Active Play At Home: A Parent-led Physical Activity Program For Children With And Without Disability. Poster Presentation at the National Strategic Summit: Roadmap for Physical Activity, Lifestyle, and Comparative Effectiveness Research in Phoenix, AZ.

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