Her scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Exercise behavior, Self-determination theory, Deci- and Psychometrics. Her Self-efficacy study in the realm of Social psychology interacts with subjects such as Structural equation modeling. As a part of the same scientific family, Wendy M. Rodgers mostly works in the field of Self-efficacy, focusing on Coping and, on occasion, Generalizability theory and Discriminant validity.
In her work, Optimism is strongly intertwined with Exercise adherence, which is a subfield of Exercise behavior. Her Deci- research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Need satisfaction and Clinical psychology. Her Psychometrics research also works with subjects such as
Wendy M. Rodgers focuses on Physical therapy, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Self-efficacy and Clinical psychology. Her studies in Physical therapy integrate themes in fields like Pulmonary disease, COPD and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Exercise program, Cognition, Deci- and Exercise behavior in addition to Social psychology.
The Psychometrics research Wendy M. Rodgers does as part of her general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Theory of planned behavior, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Coping, Social cognitive theory and Psychological intervention. Her work deals with themes such as Psychiatry, Disease and Association, which intersect with Clinical psychology.
Her primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Social psychology, Self-efficacy and Coping. She has included themes like Need satisfaction and Burnout in her Developmental psychology study. Her Need satisfaction study deals with Aerobic exercise intersecting with Self-determination theory.
Her research investigates the connection between Clinical psychology and topics such as Association that intersect with issues in Stress management, Social cognition, Multivariate analysis, Self-concept and Cognition. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Intervention and Body weight. Her Coping research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Physical therapy, Exercise program, Logistic regression and COPD.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical therapy, Self-efficacy, Developmental psychology, Social psychology and Gender studies. Her Rehabilitation study in the realm of Physical therapy connects with subjects such as Attrition. Her study in Self-efficacy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Demography, Sedentary lifestyle, COPD, Coping and Social support.
Her research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Step count and Social cognitive theory in her study of COPD. The concepts of her Developmental psychology study are interwoven with issues in Continuous variable and Burnout. Her Social psychology research includes themes of Concordance, Cognition and Intervention effect.
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The Psychological Need Satisfaction in Exercise Scale
Philip M. Wilson;W. Todd Rogers;Wendy M. Rodgers;T. Cameron Wild.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (2006)
The relationship between perceived autonomy support, exercise regulations and behavioral intentions in women
P.M. Wilson;W.M. Rodgers.
Psychology of Sport and Exercise (2004)
The Use of Imagery by Athletes in Selected Sports
Craig R. Hall;Wendy M. Rodgers;Kathryn A. Barr.
Sport Psychologist (1990)
“It's Who I Am … Really!’ The Importance of Integrated Regulation in Exercise Contexts1
Philip M. Wilson;Wendy M. Rodgers;Christina C. Loitz;Giulia Scime.
Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research (2007)
Catastrophizing, depression and expectancies for pain and emotional distress
Michael J.L. Sullivan;Wendy M. Rodgers;Irving Kirsch.
The relationship between psychological needs, self-determined motivation, exercise attitudes, and physical fitness.
Philip M. Wilson;WendY M. Rodgers;Chris M. Blanchard;Joanne Gessell.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (2003)
Relationships Between Exercise Regulations and Motivational Consequences in University Students
Philip M. Wilson;Wendy M. Rodgers;Shawn N. Fraser;Terra C. Murray.
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (2004)
Examining the Psychometric Properties of the Behavioral Regulation in Exercise Questionnaire
Philip M. Wilson;Wendy M. Rodgers;Shawn N. Fraser.
Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science (2002)
Exploring the Influence of a Social Ecological Model on School-Based Physical Activity:
Jessie-Lee D. Langille;Wendy M. Rodgers.
Health Education & Behavior (2010)
Factors influencing the adoption of an innovation: An examination of the uptake of the Canadian Heart Health Kit (HHK)
Shannon D Scott;Ronald C Plotnikoff;Nandini Karunamuni;Raphaël Bize.
Implementation Science (2008)
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