Joseph T Ciccolo
M.A., The University of Texas at Austin (Exercise Physiology)
Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin (Exercise Psychology)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Brown Medical School (Behavioral Medicine)
Ciccolo JT, Kraemer WJ. (Co-Editors). Resistance Training for the Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Disease (2013). Taylor Francis Publications.
Whiteley JA, Williams DM, Dunsiger SI, Jennings EG, Ciccolo JT, Bock BC, Albrecht A, Parisi A, Linke SE, Marcus BH. (2012). Outcomes from the randomized trial of Commit to Quit in the YMCAs. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 43, 256-262.
Ciccolo JT, Dunsiger SI, Williams DM, Bartholomew JB, Jennings EG, Ussher M, Kraemer WJ, Marcus BH. (2011). Resistance training as an aid to standard smoking cessation treatment: A pilot study. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 13, 756-760.
Ciccolo JT, Pettee KK, Macera CA, Ainsworth BA. (2010). Association between self-reported resistance training and self-rated health. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 7, 289-298.
Ciccolo JT, Carr LJ, Krupel KL, Longval JL. (2010). The role of resistance training for the prevention and treatment of chronic disease. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, 4, 293-308.
Williams DM, Dunsiger S, Ciccolo JT, Lewis BA, Albrecht AE, Marcus BH. (2008). Acute affective response to a moderate-intensity exercise stimulus predicts physical activity participation 6 and 12 months later. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 9, 241-245.
Bartholomew JB, Morrison D, Ciccolo JT. (2005). Effects of acute exercise on mood and well-being in patients with Major Depressive Disorder. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37, 2032-2037.
Ciccolo JT, Jowers EM, Bartholomew JB. (2004). The benefits of exercise training for quality of life in HIV/AIDS in the post-HAART era: review and recommendations. Sports Medicine, 34, 487-499.
2013-2018 Efficacy of Resistance Training as an Aid to Smoking Cessation. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute #R01 HL117345. $1,912,971.
2008-2011 Resistance Training as an Aid to Standard Smoking Cessation Treatment. National Cancer Institute #R03 CA132475. $100,000
2011-2016 Efficacy of Exercise Videogames for Physical Activity Adoption and Maintenance. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute #R01 HL109116. $2,586,342. PI: B. Bock
2008-2013 Expert System Based Feedback in Sedentary Overweight Veterans. Department of Veterans Affairs #VA IIR 07-154. $1,526,232. PI: M. Sevick
2007-2011 A Lifestyle Intervention to Prevent Recurrent Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases #R01 DK074876. $1,931,766. PI. L. Chasan-Taber
2006-2011 Using a YMCA Exercise Program to Enhance Nicotine Dependence Treatment for Women. National Institute on Drug Abuse #R01 DA021729. $1,772,555. PI: B. Marcus
2013-2018 Initiate and Maintain Physical Activity in Clinics: The IMPACT Diabetes Study. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases #R18 DK096394. $2,478,045. PI: L. Palaniappan.
2013-2018 Development of a Tai Chi program to overcome barriers to cardiac rehabilitation. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine #R34 AT007569. $784,813. PI: E. Salmoirago-Blotcher
2012-2017 Effect of Exercise and Wellness Interventions on Preventing Postpartum Depression. National Institute of Mental Health #R01 MH096748. $1,428,118. PI: B. Lewis
BBSR 4070: Introduction to the psycho-social study of human movement
A general overview of knowledge and theory pertaining to the psychosocial dynamics of behavior in sports and dance.
BBSR 5595: Research seminar in applied physiology
M.A. students carrying out research-culminating projects enroll in this course near the end of their course of study to discuss and present their projects. Ed.M. and doctoral students enroll at least once in connection with each research project they complete.
BBSR 7500: Dissertation seminar in movement science and education
Permission required. Candidate develops proposal for doctoral dissertation in consultation with advisor. Seminar convenes only on days when candidates present proposals for approval.