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Todd Layne

Asst Professor

Health Sport Sciences

Office Location: 212 Field House

Phone: (901) 678-3109


  • Layne, T. (2012). Supplemental materials. In P.A. Hastie. Foundations of moving and learning. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint. 

  • Inoue, Y., Yli-Piipari, S., Layne, T., Chambliss, H.O., & Irwin, C.C. (Submitted July 2014). A mixed-method evaluation of a professional sport organization's family-centered health promotion initiative. International Review on Pulic and Nonprofit Marketing.

  • Yli-Piipari, S., Layne, T., Hinson, J., and Irwin, C. (In-Review). Illuminating motivational pathways to physical activity participation in urban physical education: A cluster-randomized intervention study. Psychology of Sport and Exercise.
  • Layne, T. & Yli-Piipari, S. (In Press). Effects of the sport education model on university students game performance and content knowledge in basketball. Journal of Sport Research
  • Lauderdale, M., Yli-Piipari, S., Irwin, C., & Layne, T. (In Press). Gender differences regarding motivation for physical activity among college students: A self-determination approach . Physical Educator.

  • Layne, T. & Hastie, P. (2014). Analysis of teaching physical education to second grade students using sport education. Education 3-13. DOI: 10.1080/03004279.2014.914551
  • Layne, T. & Hastie, P. (2014). Development of game performance by novice learners participating in a sport education physical education unit. Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 14(3), 317-323.

  • Layne, T. (2014). Competition within physical education: Using sport education and other recommendations to create a productive, competitive environment. Strategies, 27, 3-7. 

  • Layne, T. & Hastie, P. (2014). Active involvement and accuracy of calls of novice referees during a season of sport education. Physical Educator, 71 (3), 454-467. 

  • Hastie, P., Sinelnikov, O. A., Wallhead, T., & Layne, T. (2014). Perceived and actual motivational climate of a mastery-involving sport education season. European Physical Education Review, 20(2), 215-228.

  • Layne, T. & Hastie, P. (2014). Analysis of teaching second-grade students using sport education. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 85: A44. (AAHPERD St. Louis, MO)
  • Hastie, P., Layne, T., & Mesquita, I. (2013). Evaluating game performance from external experts in Sport Education: A case study of Handball. Revista Portuguesa de CiÍncias do Desporto, 13(1), 23-37.

  • Layne, T. & Hastie, P. (2013). A task analysis of a sport education physical education season for fourth grade students. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. DOI: 10.1080/17408989.2013.837437

  • Layne, T. & Hastie, P. (2013). Capabilities of primary students participating in a sport education unit. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 84: A47. (AAHPERD Charlotte, NC)

  • Hastie, P., Layne, T., van der Mars, H., & Wadsworth, D. (2012). The effects of prompts and reinforcement on out-of-school physical activity of elementary school-aged students. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 31, 131-145.    

  • Layne, T. & Hastie, P. (2012). Students' responses to a high autonomy format of sport education. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 83: A51. (AAHPERD Boston, MA)   

  • Layne, T. & Hastie, P. (2012) Student and teacher responses to a high autonomy climate in physical education within a sport education season. PHEnex Journal, 4(1), 1-13.  

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