Recent Submissions

  • Motivational Profiles of Sport Fans of Different Sports 

    Wann, Daniel L.; Grieve, Frederick G.; Zapalac, Ryan; Pease, Dale G. (Fitness Information Technology (Sport Marketing Quarterly), 2008)
    The current investigation examined sport type differences in eight fan motives: escape, economic (i.e., gambling), eustress (i.e., positive arousal), self-esteem, group affiliation, entertainment, family, and aesthetics. ...
  • Collaboration patterns as a function of article genre among mixed researchers: a mixed methods bibliometric study. 

    Jordan, John; Wachsmann, Melanie; Hoisington, Susan; Gonzalez, Vanessa; Valle, Rachel; Lambert, Jarod; Aleisa, Majed; Wilcox, Rachael; Benge, Cindy L.; Onwuegbuzie, Anthony J. (Macrothink (Journal of Educational Issues), 2017)
    Surprisingly, scant information exists regarding the collaboration patterns of mixed methods researchers. Thus, the purpose of this mixed methods bibliometric study was to examine (a) the distribution of the number of ...
  • The effects of elliptical cross training on VO2 max in recently trained runners 

    Joubert, Dustin P.; Oden, Gary L.; Estes, Brent (Western Kentucky University (International Journal of Exercise Science), 2011)
    This study examined the effects of elliptical cross training on VO2max in recently trained runners. 12 female and 8 male participants (mean ± SD; age = 23.70 ±6.33 years, body mass index = 24.85 ± 5.89 kg/m2) completed ...
  • An Exploration of Esports Consumer Consumption Patterns, Fandom, and Motives 

    Anderson, Devin; Sweeney, Kevin; Pasquini, Erica; Estes, Brent; Zapalac, Ryan (IGI Global (International Journal of eSports Research), 2021-01)
    Esports, or competitive gaming, has become a large market in the entertainment industry, with a total market value approaching $1 billion USD in 2019. An understanding of esports consumers has become increasingly important ...
  • Short-term, highfat diet accelerates disuse atrophy and protein degradation in a muscle-specific manner in mice 

    Roseno, Stephen L.; Davis, Patrick R.; Bollinger, Lance M.; Powell, Jonathan S.; Witczak, Carol A.; Brault, Jeffrey (BioMed Central (Nutrition & Metabolism), 2015)
    Background: A short-term high-fat diet impairs mitochondrial function and the ability of skeletal muscle to respond to growth stimuli, but it is unknown whether such a diet alters the ability to respond to atrophy signals. ...