Department of Psychology
Tiffany Hunt, PhD, C. Psych (University of Ottawa)
Adjunct Faculty, Department of Psychology, Brock University
Affiliation: Dr. Michelle Bell & Associates
- psychological benefits of exercise
- relationships between physical and emotional well-being
- coping with chronic illness
- anxiety and mood disorders
- eating disorders
- program evaluation
Hunt-Shanks, T., Blanchard, C., Reid, R., Fortier, M., & Cappelli, M. (2010). A psychometric evaluation of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in cardiac patients: Addressing factor structure and gender invariance. British Journal of Health Psychology, 15(1), 97-114.
Hunt-Shanks, T., Blanchard, C., & Reid, R. (2009). Gender differences in cardiac patients: A longitudinal investigation of exercise, autonomic anxiety, negative affect and depression. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 14(3), 375-385.
Blanchard, C.M., Fisher, J., Sparling, P., Hunt-Shanks, T., Nehl, E., Rhodes, R.E., McDonnell, L., Courneya, K.S., & Baker, F. (2009). Understanding adherence to 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day: A theory of planned behavior perspective. International Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 41(1), 3-10.
Blanchard, C.M., Kupperman, J., Sparling, P., Nehl, E., Rhodes, R.E., Courneya, K.S., Baker, F., & Hunt, T. (2007). Ethnicity as a moderator of the theory of planned behavior and physical activity in college students. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 78(5), 531-541.
Hunt-Shanks, T., Blanchard, C.M., Baker, F., Hann, D., Roberts, C.S., McDonald, J., Livingston, M., Witt, C., Ruiterman, J., Ampela, R., & Kaw, O.C.K. (2006). Exercise Use as Complementary Therapy among Breat and Prostate Cancer Survivors Receiving Active Treatment: Examination of Exercise Intention. Integrative Cancer Therapies, 5(2), 109-116.