Wyrick, David

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Behavior, Theory and Practice: Promoting Physical Activity among American College Students 2010 12059 Engaging in physical activity is a critical part of an individual's life and can be the precursor for well-being and a method of disease avoidance. Yet, many American college students fail to engage in adequate amounts of physical activity during the...
The role of proximal-distal reference groups for descriptive and injunctive norms on college student-athlete substance use 2013 2217 Research findings suggest that college student-athletes are at risk for using a variety of substances, especially alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana. One strategy that has shown promise in preventing substance use among student-athletes is programming r...
The role of cultural competency in the provision of clinical mental health care for collegiate student-athletes 2021 257 Mental health care providers’ cultural competency related to the culture of athletics is crucial to their clinical care provision for collegiate student-athletes. However, little research has been conducted in applying a theoretical framework to expl...
The role of mental health symptoms & psychosocial factors in predicting help-seeking behaviors among collegiate student athletes 2022 29 Collegiate student-athletes experience a number of unique stressors that put them at risk for developing mental illness. Mental health research conducted with student-athletes typically examines constructs like resilience and toughness, and not the p...