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Shane N. Sweet, Ph.D.
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CRIR-Hôpital juif de réadaptation du CISSS de Laval
T 514 398-4184  # 09903
F 514 398-4186
shane.sweet@mcgill.ca

Formation

  • B.A., psychologie (Honneurs), Université d'Ottawa, 2004
  • Ph.D. psychologie expérimentale, Université d'Ottawa, 2011
  • Stage postdoctoral, Department of Kinesiology, McMaster University, 2011
  • Stage postdoctoral, CIRRIS-IRDPQ, 2012-2013
  • Stage postdoctoral, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Queen's University, 2011-2013 

Position

  • Professeur adjoint, Département de kinésiologie et d'éducation physique, Université McGill
  • Chercheur en émergence, CRIR-Hôpital juif de réadaptation du CISSS de Laval

Intérêts de recherche

Activité physique, participation sociale, qualité de vie des adultes 

Publications récentes

Sweet, S.N., Brawley, L.R., Hatchell, A., Gainfort, H.L. & Latimer-Cheung, A.E. (2014). Can persuasive messages encourage individuals to create action plans for physical activity? Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 36(4), 413-423.

Sweet, S.N, Martin Ginis, K.A., Estabrooks, P.A. & Latimer-Cheung, A.E. (2014). Operationalizing the RE-AIM framework to evaluate the impact of multi-sector partnerships. Implementation Science, 9, 74.

Sweet, S.N., Latimer-Cheung, A.E., Bourne, C. & Martin Ginis, K.A. (2014). Assessing the research use and needs of organizations promoting healthy living for adults with disabilities. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 4(1), 86-94.

Sweet, S.N., Noreau, L., Leblond, J. & Dumont, F.S. (2014). Understanding quality of life in adults with spinal cord injury via SCI-related needs and secondary complications Topics of Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 20(4), 321-328.

Sylvester, B.D., Standage, M., Ark, T.K., Sweet, S.N., Crocker, P.R., Zumbo, B.D., et al. (2014). Is variety a spice of (an active) life?: Perceived variety, exercise behavior, and the mediatingrole of autonomous motivation. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 36(5),516-527.

Sylvester, B.D., Standage, M., Dowd, A.J., Martin, L.J., Sweet, S.N. & Beauchamp, M.R. (2014). Perceived variety, psychological needs satisfaction and exercise-related well-being. Psychology & Health, 29(9), 1044-1061.

Guérin, E., Fortier, M.S. & Sweet, S.N. (2013). An experience sampling study of physical activity and positive affect: Investigating the role of situational motivation and perceived intensity acrosstime. Health Psychology Research, 1(2), (e21) 100-110.

Sweet, S.N., Perrier, M-J., Podzyhun, C. & Latimer-Cheung, A.E. (2013). Identifying physical activity information needs and preferred methods of delivery of people with multiple sclerosis. Disability and Rehabilitation, 35(24), 2056-2063.

Sweet, S.N., Martin Ginis, K.A., Tomasone, J.R. & the SHAPE-SCI Research Group (2013). Investigating intermediary variables in the physical activity and quality of life relationship in persons with spinal cord injury. Health Psychology, 38(2), 877-885.

Tulloch, H., Sweet, S.N., Fortier, M., Capstick, G., Kenny, G.P. & Sigal, R.J.(2013). Exercise facilitators and barriers from adoption to maintenance in the diabetes aerobic and resistance exercise trial. Canadian Journal of Diabetes, 37(6), 367-374.


Axe de recherche

Axe 2 : Participation, inclusion sociale et services de réadaptation

Thème de recherche

Thème 2 : Services, systèmes et politiques

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