Applied Health Sciences - Recreation & Leisure Studies


Chun, S., & Lee, Y. (2013). The experience of growth with visual impairment. Annual in Therapeutic Recreation, 21, 32-44.

Chun, S., & Lee, Y. (2013). The experience of gratitude following traumatic spinal cord injury. Disability & Rehabilitation, 35(1), 11-19.

Chun, S., Lee, Y., Kim, B., & Heo, Y. (2012). Impact of leisure on stress-related growth. Leisure Sciences, 34(5), 436 - 449.

Heo, J., Lee, Y., Kim, B., & Chun, S. (2012). Contribution of relaxation on the subjective well-being of older adults. Activity, Adaptation, and Aging, 36(1), 1-10.

Kim, B., Heo, J., Chun, S. & Lee, Y. (2011). The Leisure Facilitator Scale: Instrument Development and Initial Validation. Leisure/Loisir, 35(4), 391-405.

Kim, B., Lee, Y., & Chun, S. (2010). An exploratory study examining the relationships between the leisure-related variables and subjective well-being of community residents. Annals of Leisure Research.13(4), 613-629.

Chun, S., & Lee, Y (2010). The role of leisure in the experience of Posttraumatic Growth.Journal of Leisure Research. 42(3), 393-418.

Chun, S., Lee, Y., McCormick, B., Lundberg, N., & Heo, J. (2008). Contribution of community integration to quality of life for participants of community-based adaptive sport program. Therapeutic Recreation Journal. 42(4), 217-226.

McCormick, B., Frey, G., Lee, C., Chun, S., Sibthorp, J., Gajic, T., Gajic, B., & Maksimovic, M. (2008). Predicting transitory mood from physical activity level among people with severe mental illness in two cultures. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. 54(6), 527-538.

Chun, S., & Lee, Y. (2008). The Experience of Posttraumatic Growth for People with Spinal Cord Injury. Qualitative Health Research, 18(7), 877-890.

Heo, J., Lee, Y., Lundberg, N., McCormick, B., & Chun, S. (2008). Adaptive sport as serious leisure: Identification of the role of self-determination, skill level, and leisure constraints. Annual in Therapeutic Recreation. 16, 31-38.



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Sanghee Chun

Assistant Professor
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