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Heather O'Neal Chambliss

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Health Sport Sciences

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  • Chambliss, H.O.  (2013). Section Editor, Behavior Change.  ACSMís Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 7th ed.
  •  Chambliss, H.O., Martin, S.B. & Greenleaf, C. (2013).  Behavioral Strategies to Enhance Physical Activity Participation.  In ACSMís Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 7th  ed.  (Invited book chapter)
  •  Dishman, R.K. & Chambliss, H.O.  (2009).  Exercise Psychology.  In J.M. Williams (Ed.), Applied Sport Psychology, 6th ed.  (Invited textbook chapter)
  •  Chambliss, H.O. & King, A.C. (2009).  Behavioral Strategies to Enhance Physical Activity Participation.  In ACSM's Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 6th ed.  (Invited book chapter)
  •  Dunn, A.L. & Chambliss, H.O.  (2009).  Psychopathology.  In ACSM's Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 6th ed.  (Invited book chapter)
  •  The Cooper Institute. (2006). Healthy Eating and Active Living In TRICARE Households: Weight Loss Workbook (H.E. Kitzman, H.O. Chambliss, & C. Finley, Eds.). Department of Defense.
  •  Dunn, A.L., & Chambliss, H.O.  (2006).  Psychopathology.  In L.A. Kaminsky (Ed.), ACSM's Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 5th ed.  (Invited chapter)
  • Chambliss, H.O., & Blair, S.N.  (2005).  Improving the fitness landscape.  In Brownell, K.D., Puhl, R.M., & Schwarts, M.B. (Eds.), Bias, Discrimination, Stigma and Obesity.  New York: Guilford Publications, Inc.  (Invited Chapter)

  • Joy, E., Mottola, M.F., & Chambliss, H. (2013). Integrating Exercise Is Medicine into the Care of Pregnant Women. Current Sports Medicine Reports,12(4):245-7.
  • Chambliss, H.O., Huber, R.C. Finley, C.E., McDoniel, S. & Kitzman-Ulrich, H.  (2011). Computerized self-monitoring and email feedback for weight loss. Patient Education and Counseling, 85(3):375-382. 
  •  Martin, S. B.,, Greenleaf, C., Rhea, D. J., Judd, D. & Chambliss, H.O. (2011). Weight control beliefs, body shape attitudes, and physical activity among adolescents. Journal of School Health, 81(5), 244-250. 
  •  Greenleaf, C., Chambliss, H.O., Rhea, D. J., Martin, S. B., & Morrow, J. R. (2006).  Weight stereotypes and behavioral intentions toward thin and fat peers among White and Hispanic adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 39, 546-552.
  •  ACSM Roundtable (2006).  Impact of physical activity during pregnancy and postpartum on chronic disease risk.  Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 38(5), 989-1006.
  •  Dunn, A.L., Trivedi, M.H., Kampert, J.B., Clark, C.G., & Chambliss, H.O. (2005).  Exercise treatment for depression: Efficacy and dose-response.  American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 28(1), 1-8.
  •  Barrot M., Wallace D.L., Bolanos C.A., Graham D.L., Perrotti L.I., Neve R.L., Chambliss H., Yin J.C., Nestler E.J.  (2005).  Regulation of anxiety and initiation of sexual behavior by CREB in the nucleus accumbens.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 102(23), 8357-8362.
  •  Greenleaf, C., Starks, M., Gomez, L., Chambliss, H.O., & Martin, S.  (2004).  Weight-related words associated with figure silhouettes.  Body Image, 1(4), 373-384.
  •  Chambliss, H.O., Van Hoomisen, J.D., Holmes, P.V., Bunnell, B.N., & Dishman, R.K.  (2004). Effects of chronic activity wheel running and imipramine on masculine copulatory behavior after olfactory bulbectomy.  Physiology & Behavior, 82(4), 593-600.
  •  Chambliss, H.O.  (2004).  Behavioral approaches to obesity treatment.  Quest, 56(1), 142-149.
  •  Chambliss, H.O., Finley, C.E., Blair, S.N.  (2004).  Attitudes toward obese individuals among exercise science students.  Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 36(3), 468-474.
  •  Schwartz, M.B., Chambliss, H.O., Brownell, K.D., Blair, S.N., & Billington, C.  (2003).  Weight bias among health professionals specializing in obesity.  Obesity Research, 11(9):1033-9.
  •  Van Hoomisen, J.D., Chambliss, H.O., Holmes, P.V., Dishman, R.K.  (2003).  Effects of chronic exercise and imipramine on mRNA for BDNF after olfactory bulbectomy in rat.  Brain Research, 974(1-2):228-35.
  •  Dunn, A.L., Trivedi, M.H., Kampert, J.B., Clark, C.G., & Chambliss, H.O. (2002). The DOSE study. a clinical trial to examine efficacy and dose response of exercise as treatment for depression. Controlled Clinical Trials, 23(5), 584.
  •  O'Neal, H.A. & Blair, S.N.  (2001). Enhancing adherence in clinical exercise trials.  Quest, 53(3), 310-317.
  •  Dunn, A.L., Trivedi, M., & O'Neal, H.A.  (2001).  Physical activity dose-response effects on outcomes of depression and anxiety.  Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33(6), S587-S597.
  •  O'Neal, H.A., Van Hoomisen, J.D., Holmes, P.V., Dishman, R.K.  (2001).  Galanin mRNA levels are increased in locus coeruleus after treadmill training.  Neuroscience Letters, 299, 69-72.
  •  O'Neal, H.A., Dunn, A.L., & Martinsen, E.W.  (2000).  Exercise and depression.  International Journal of Sports Psychology, 31(2), 110-135.
  •  Dishman, R.K., Oldenburg, B., O'Neal, H., & Shephard, R.J.  (1998). Worksite physical activity interventions.  American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 15(4), 344-361.


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