Penny McCullagh, PhD

Professor

Department of Kinesiology

E-mail:
pennymc@csueastbay.edu
Phone:
(510) 885-3061
Office:
TBA
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Research Interests: Observational learning: How watching others can modify physical and psychological skills across a variety of domains. Former president NASPSDA, AASP & Division 47, American Psychological Association.

Education

  • BS State University of New York
  • MS University of Washington
  • PhD University of Wisconsin

Courses

Fall Quarter 2014
Course #SecCourse TitleDaysFromToLocationCampusTextbook Info
KIN 334001Motor DevelopmentARR WEB-ONLINEOnline Campus View Books
KIN 403104Prof Field Experience IIARR ARRHayward Campus View Books
KIN 403105Prof Field Experience IIARR ARRHayward Campus View Books
KIN 403106Prof Field Experience IIARR ARRHayward Campus View Books
KIN 403107Prof Field Experience IIARR ARRHayward Campus View Books
KIN 409001Computer Apps in KinesiologyARR WEB-ONLINEOnline Campus View Books
KIN 781701HAYouth Sport MattersARR OFF SITEDISTANCE LEARNINGView Books
KIN 781801HAHot Topics/Exercise TrainingARR OFF SITEDISTANCE LEARNINGView Books
KIN 781901HAPeak Performances in SportARR OFF SITEDISTANCE LEARNINGView Books
KIN 782001HAGet Moving! Phys Act in SchoolARR OFF SITEDISTANCE LEARNINGView Books
KIN 782101HAProducing Better AthletesARR OFF SITEDISTANCE LEARNINGView Books
KIN 782201HAHello Exercise, Goodbye StressARR OFF SITEDISTANCE LEARNINGView Books
KIN 782301HAMind over Matter: Olympic PerfARR OFF SITEDISTANCE LEARNINGView Books
KIN 782401HAMod Olympics: Political GamesARR OFF SITEDISTANCE LEARNINGView Books
KIN 782501HAUnderstanding Sport NutritionARR OFF SITEDISTANCE LEARNINGView Books

Publications

Livingston, M.V., Landers, D.M., &  Dorrance – (McCullagh, P. ) (1974). A comparison of coacting individual's motor performance for varying combinations of initial ability. Research Quarterly, 45, 310-317.

McCullagh, P., &  Landers, D.M. (1975). A comparison of the audience and coaction paradigms. Psychology of Sport and Motor Behavior II,  209-220.

Wallace, S.A., & McCullagh, P. (1975). Retrieval factors in short term motor memory. Psychology of Sport and Motor Behavior II, 457-463.

McCullagh, P., & Landers, D.M. (1976). Size of audience and social facilitation, Perceptual and Motor Skills, 42, 1067-1070.

Stelmach, G.E., Kelso, J.A.S., & McCullagh, P. (1976). Preselection and response biasing in short-term motor memory. Memory & Cognition, 4, 62- 66.

Landers, D.M., & McCullagh, P. (1976). Social facilitation and motor performance. In J.F. Keogh (Ed.), Exercise and sport sciences reviews (Vol. 4).(pp. 125-162). Santa Barbara: Journal Publishing Affiliates.

McCullagh, P. (1978). Social psychological considerations in performance. In  F. Wilt, T. Ecker, & J.G. Hay (Eds.), Championship track & field for women. New York: Parker Publishing Co.

McCullagh, P. (1986). Model status as a determinant of observational learning and performance. Journal of Sport Psychology, 8, 319-331.

McCullagh, P. (1987). Model similarity effects on motor performance. Journal of Sport Psychology, 9, 249-260.

Benedetti, C.L., & McCullagh, P. (1987). Post-knowledge of results delay: Effect of interpolated activity on learning and performance. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 58, 375-381.

McCullagh, P., & Little, W.S. (1989). A comparison of modalities in modeling. Human Performance, 2 , 101-111.

Little, W.S., & McCullagh, P. (1989). A comparison of motivational orientation and modeled instructional strategies: The effects of knowledge of performance and knowledge of results. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 11, 41-53.

McCullagh, P., Weiss, M.R., & Ross, D. (1989). Modeling considerations in  motor skill acquisition and performance: An integrated approach. In K. B. Pandolf (Ed.) Exercise and sport sciences reviews. (Vol. 17). (pp. 475- 513). Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.

Blackwell, B., & McCullagh, P. (1990). Relationship of athletic injury to life stress, competitive anxiety and coping resources. Athletic Training, The Journal of the National Athletic Training Association, 25 23-27.

McCullagh, P., & Little, W.S. (1990). Demonstrations and knowledge of results in motor skill acquisition. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 71,735-742.

McCullagh, P., Stiehl, J., & Weiss, M.R. (1990). Developmental modeling effects on the quantitative and qualitative aspects of motor performance. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 61, 344-350.

North, T.C., McCullagh, P., & Tran, Z.V. (1990). The effects of exercise on depression. In. K.B. Pandolf (Ed.) Exercise and sport sciences reviews,  (Vol. 18), (pp. 379-415). Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.

 McCullagh, P., & Caird, J. (1990). Correct and learning sequence models and the use of model knowledge of results to enhance acquisition and retention of a motor skill. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 18, 107-116.

Hanson, S.J., McCullagh, P., & Tonymon, P. (1992). The relationship of personality characteristics, life stress and coping resources to athletic injury. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 14, 262-272.

McCullagh, P. (1993)  Modeling: Learning, developmental and social psychological considerations. In R.N. Singer, M. Murphey, & L.K.Tennant (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Sport Psychology (pp. 106-126). New York: Macmillan Publ. Co.

McCullagh, P. Matzkanin, K.T., Shaw, S.D., & Maldonado, M. (1993). Motivation for participation in physical activity: A comparison of parent-child perceived competencies and participation motives. Pediatric Exercise Science, 5, 224-233.

McCullagh, P. (1995). Sport psychology: A historical perspective. The Sport Psychologist, 9, 363-365.

McCullagh P., & Noble, J.M. (1996). Education and training in sport and exercise psychology. In J.L. Van Raalte, & B.W. Brewer (Eds.). Exploring sport and exercise psychology. (pp. 377-394). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

 McCullagh, P., & Meyer, K.M. (1997). Learning versus correct models: Influence of model type on the learning of a free-weight squat lift. Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport, 68, 56-61.

McCullagh, P., & Noble, J.M. (1998). Measurement issues in exercise motivation: Personal Incentive for Exercise. In J. Duda (Ed.). Measurement issues in sport and exercise psychology. Fitness Information Technology. (pp. 316-369).

McCullagh, P. (1998). What is the applied in applied sport psychology?  The role of integration. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 10, S1-10.

Weiss, M.R., McCullagh, P., Smith, A. L., & Berlant, A.T. (1998). Observational learning and the fearful child: Influence of peer models on swim skill performance and psychological responses. Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport, 69, 380-394.

Starek, J., & McCullagh, P. (1999). The effect of self-modeling on the performance of beginning swimmers. The Sport Psychologist, 13, 269-287.

McCullagh, P., Weiss, M.R. (2001). Modeling: Considerations for motor skill performance and psychological responses. In R. N. Singer,  H.A. Hausenblaus, & C.M. Janelle (Eds.). Handbook of Sport Psychology,(2nd Ed.), pp. 205-238. New York: Wiley.

McCullagh, P., & Noble, J.M. (2002). Education for becoming a sport psychologist. In J.L. Van Raalte, & B.W. Brewer (Eds.). Exploring sport and exercise psychology (2nd ed)., pp. 439-458. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

McCullagh, P., & Weiss, M.R. (2002). Observational learning: The forgotten psychological method in sport psychology. In J.L. Van Raalte, & B.W. Brewer (Eds.). Exploring sport and exercise psychology (2nd ed.), pp 131-150. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Ram. N., & McCullagh, P. (2003). Self-modeling: Does watching yourself performance influence physical and psychological performance? The Sport Psychologist, 17, 220-232.

SooHoo, S., Takemoto, K.Y. McCullagh, P. (2004) A comparison of modeling and imagery on the performance of a motor skill. Journal of Sport Behavior 27, 349-366.

Yan, J.H., & McCullagh, P. (2004). Cultural influence on youth’s motivation of participation in physical activity. Journal of Sport Behavior 27, 378-389.

Cumming, J., Ste-Marie, D.M., Clarke, S.E.,  & McCullagh, P., & Hall, C.  (2005). The functions of observational learning questionnaire (FOLQ). Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 6, 517-537.

Ram, N., Riggs, S.M., Skaling, S., Landers, D.M., & McCullagh, P. (2007). A comparison of modelling and imagery in the acquisition and retention of motor skills. Journal of Sport Sciences, 25, 587-597.

McCullagh, P., & Wilson, G. (2007). Psychology of physical activity: What our students should know. Quest, 59, 42-54.

Andersen, M.B., McCullagh, P., & Wilson, G. (2007).  But what do the numbers really tell us? Arbitrary Metrics in Sport Psychology Research. (664-672).

McCullagh, P. (2008). Practice considerations in golf: The role of observational learning. In Future of Golfers, De. Crews (Ed.), Energy in Motion, Mesa, Az. Pp.  233-251

Simons, J., O. J., & McCullagh, P., Yin, Z.  (in press). Introduction to sport psychology. In T.G. Reeve (Ed.), Introduction to Physical Education, Exercise Science and Recreation. To be translated in Chinese.

McCullagh, P., Law, B. & Ste-Marie, D. (in press) Modeling and performance. In  S. Murphy (Ed.). The Oxford Handbook of Sport and Performance Psychology.

McCullagh, P., Law, B. & Ste-Marie, D. (in press). Modeling: Is What You See, What you Get? In J.L. Van Raalte, & B.W. Brewer (Eds.). Exploring sport and exercise psychology (3nd ed).. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

McCullagh, P., & Noble, J.M.,&  Portenga, S. (in press). Education for sport psychologist. In J.L. Van Raalte, & B.W. Brewer (Eds.). Exploring sport and exercise psychology (3nd ed. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Murgio, M., O. J., & McCullagh, P. (in preparation). Visual and auditory models and perception.

Presentations

McCullagh, P., & Landers, D.M. (1973). Social facilitation and motor performance: Drive summation or inverted-U?  First Canadian Congress for the Multi-Disciplinary Study of Sport and Physical Activity,  p. 27. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P. (1978). Model status as a determinant of attention in observational learning. Canadian Psycho Motor Learning and  Sport Psychology Symposium,  (Abstract).

McCullagh, P. (1986). Model Similarity as a determinant of attention in observational learning. Psychology of Motor Behavior and Sport, p. 139. (Abstract).

Little, W.S., & McCullagh, P. (1987). A comparison of modeling and knowledge of results. Psychology of Motor Behavior and Sport, p. 42. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., & Benedetti, C.L. (1987).  Post-knowledge of results delay. Psychology of Motor Behavior and Sport, p. 45. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., & Little, W.S. (1987). The potency of information provided by various modalities in modeling. Psychology of Motor Behavior and Sport, p. 46. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P. (1987). Is a picture worth a thousand words?  Cognitive, developmental & motivational considerations in modeling. Psychology of  Motor Behavior and Sport, p. 4-6. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., & Caird, J.K. (1988). A comparison of exemplary and learning sequence models and the use of model  knowledge of results to increase learning and performance. Psychology of Motor Behavior,  p. 116. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., North, T.C., & Mood, D. (1988).  Exercise as a treatment for depression: A meta-analysis. Psychology of Motor Behavior, p.82. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., Stiehl, J., & Weiss, M.R. (1988). Developmental considerations in modeling: The role of visual and verbal models and verbal rehearsal in skill acquisition. Psychology of Motor Behavior, p.115 (Abstract).

North, T.C., & McCullagh, P. (1988). Aerobic and anaerobic exercise as a treatment for depression. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 44. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., & Blackwell, B. (1988). Relationship of life stress factors and competitive anxiety to injuries. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 42. (Abstract).

North, T.C., McCullagh, P., Tran, Z.V., & Walker, S.E. (1988). The effects of exercise on depression. A meta-analysis. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. Supplement, 20, S.95. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., Stiehl, J., & Caird, J. (1988). The dyadic relationship of parental and youth expectations: An exploratory analysis of motives and attitudes. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, p.127. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., Meriweather, A., Siegel, D., Bitzer, E., Gillan, L., & Little, W.S. (1989). Testing an observational learning tool: The effectiveness of Sybervision on the learning of a tennis serve by novice players. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., & Lethi, S. (1989). The contribution of modeling and knowledge of results in learning task strategies. Psychology of Motor Behavior, p.75. (Abstract).

Caird, J.K., & McCullagh, P. (1989). Perception-action and cognitive representations in the observational learning of a cyclic motor patterns. Psychology of Motor Behavior, p. 69. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., Matzkanin, K., & Muldanado, N. (1989). The relationship between youth and parental motives for sport participation, perceived competencies, and competitive anxiety. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 75. (Abstract).

North, T.C., McCullagh, P., & Tran, Z.V. (1989). Effect of exercise ,  p. 84. (Abstract).and psychotherapeutic treatments on depression: A meta-analysis. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology

North, T.C., Tran, Z.V., & McCullagh, P. (1989). Effect of a single session of exercise on depression level: A meta-analysis. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 85. (Abstract).

Foster, V.L., LeBaron, G.L., McCullagh, P., & Dickinson, A. (1989). Physiological and psychological comparison of two elite women's soccer teams. Journal of Applied Sport Science Research, Vol. 3, p. 75. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., Burch, C.D., & Siegel, D. (1990). Correct and self-modeling and the role of feedback in motor skill acquisition. Psychology of Motor Behavior, p. 71. (Abstract).

Matzkanin, K., & McCullagh, P. (1990). An investigation of personal investment theory and adherence to an aerobic exercise program. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 74. (Abstract).

Hanson, S.J., McCullagh, P., & Tonymon, P. (1990). Psychosocial predictors of athletic injury in track and field athletes: A partial test of the Andersen and Williams model. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology. p. 49. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., Matzkanin, K.T., & Figge, J.K.(1990). Personal investment in exercise: An examination of adult swimmers. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology,      p. 77. (Abstract).

Schuster, C.M., McCullagh, P., & Caird, J.(1990). Physical activity commitment in college students. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 107, (Abstract).

Meriweather, A., & McCullagh, P. (1990). Behavioral and psychological differences in eating disorders between athletes and non- athletes. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 80. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P. (1990). An integrated approach to modeling and motor skill acquisition and performance: Psychological, developmental and learning considerations. International Congress in Sport Psychology,  Montpellier, France. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., Noble, J., Starek, J., & Prestwich, P. (1991). Intrinsic motivation  in scholarship and non-scholarship athletes. Psychology of Motor Behavior, p. 177. (Abstract).

Deakin, J., & McCullagh, P. (1991). Expert novice considerations in observational learning. Psychology of Motor Behavior, p. 8. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., & Noble, J. (1991). Observational  learning: The forgotten method in psychological skill development. Symposium with M.R. Weiss and F. Flint. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 98. (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., Starek, J., & Prestwich, P. (1991). Psychological factors and athletic injuries: Past and present research and future directions. Symposium with C. Hardy, M. Sachs, R. Smith, J. Williams. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 99. (Abstract).

Deakin, J.M., & McCullagh, P. (1991). Observer characteristics as a determinant of information in observational learning: An analysis of expert-novice differences. Psychology of Motor Behavior, (Abstract).

Evans, K.J., & McCullagh, P. (1992). The use of videotapes, imagery, verbal cues and physical practice to enhance skilled performance. Psychology of Motor Behavior, (Abstract).

Noble, J.M., McCullagh, P., Deakin, J.M., Prestwich, P.B., Starek, J.E., Batzing, C.A. (1992). The practical approach to observational learning: A test of Sybervision. Psychology of Motor Behavior, (Abstract).

McCullagh, P. Organized Symposium: "Sport Psychology: The First 100 Years."  Division 47, American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., August 1992.

McCullagh, P., Organized Sport Psychology Roundtable. Rocky Mountain ACSM, January 1993.

Harris, J., Freedson, P., Liemohn, W., McCullagh, P., Clark, D., Tappe, M., Yoshioka, C., Aten, R., Wughalter, E., Mawson, M., Howe, D. (1993). Who Needs Research?  Promoting and Utilizing Research in AAHPERD RQES, 64, Supplement, A-119.

Noble, J.M., McCullagh, P. & Byrnes, W.C (1993). Perceived exertion and feeling scale ratings before and after six months of aerobic exercise training. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 15, Supplement, S59.

Byrnes, W.C., McCullagh, P., Dickinson, A., & Noble, J. (1993).  Incidence and severity of injury following aerobic training programs emphasizing running, race walking or step aerobics. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. Supplement, 25, S81.

Hart, E.A., Gould, D., Weiss, M., Danish, S.,  McCann, S., Carr, C., & McCullagh, P. Mentoring on mentoring: Finding the right match. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Montreal, October, 1993. (Abstract)

McCullagh, P., Motivation in sport and exercise: New perspectives. Rocky Mt. ACSM, January, 1994.

McCullagh, P., Noble, J., Starek, J., Collins, J., Meyer, K., From MTV to MVP: Implications for Observational Learning. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Denver, 1994.

McCullagh, P., Meyer, K., Bealmear, S., Foo, P., Geoffrion, S., Kleinman, T., Maller, B. The Influence of Correct and Learning Models and Feedback on Self-Efficacy and Acquisition of a Free Squat. American Alliance or Health Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Denver, 1994.

McCullagh, P., Noble, J. & Deakin, J. Observational learning: Motivational and gender considerations. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, Supplement 16, S87.

McCullagh, P., (1994) Psychological Factors and Athletic Injuries. Symposium at Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Lake Tahoe, p. 158 (Abstract).

Byrd, B.J., & McCullagh, P., (1994). The relationship of personality factors, history of stressors and coping resources to injury in female basketball and volleyball collegiate athletes. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Lake Tahoe, P. 56 (Abstract).

Meyer, K.N., & McCullagh, P., (1994). The influence of personality factors, life stress, and coping strategies on the incidence of over-use injuries in long distance runners. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Lake Tahoe, p. 163 (Abstract).

Noble, J.M., Byrnes, W.C., & McCullagh, P. (1994). The relationship between psychological stress and injury incidence and severity among female exercisers. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, p. 172 (Abstract).

McCullagh, P., Noble, J., & Meyer, K. (1995). Personality factors, life stress and coping resources related to injury vulnerability in athletes and exercisers. Rocky Mountain ACSM, Dillon, Colorado. January.

Skaling, S. & McCullagh, P. (1995). A comparison of modeling and imagery. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 17, Supplement, S 96.

Collins, J.A., & McCullagh, P. (1995). Studying context: How do we conduct contextual research?  Journal of Applied Sport Psychology7, Supplement, S2.

McCullagh, P. (1995). What is the applied in applied sport psychology? Presidential Address. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, New Orleans, Sept., 1995.

Starek, J., & McCullagh, P. (1996). The effects of self modeling on the performance of beginning swimmers. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 18, Supplement, S 79.

Kelley, R., & McCullagh, P. (1996).  A comparison of modeling and imagery as an intervention with high school athletes: A single subject experimental design. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, Supplement.

He, C., Landers, D.M., Knottinen, N., McCullagh, P., & Westman, C. (1997). Emotional responding to simulated competitions among elite archers: Score differential and degree of perceived opponent challenge. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 19, Supplement, S64.

McCullagh, P. (1997). Supporting your habit: Getting funding from the USOC. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 9 Supplement, 124.

Noble, J.M., & McCullagh, P. (1998) Observational learning: Is a picture really worth a thousand words?  Journal of  Applied Sport Psychology, 10, S164.

McCullagh, P, Potter, L.J., & Laird, J. (1998). The use of coping models in   modifying anxiety and self-confidence prior to exercise fitness testing. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 20, S57.

McCullagh, P., Raedeke, T., & Zellner, M. (1999). Influence of model type and feedback on self-efficacy and performance. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, September, Banff

Ram, N., & McCullagh, P. (2000). Self-Modeling: How does it work? Southwestern Sport Psychology Meeting, Los Angeles, April, 2000.

McCullagh, P., & Ram, N. (2000). A comparison of imagery and modeling. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, Supplement.

McCullagh, P. (2000). Observational learning: Social learning symposium. French Sport Psychology Conference, Paris, July 2000.

McCullagh, P. (2000). Implications of research on teaching. Western Society for Physical Education of College Women, November, Los Angeles.

McCullagh, P. (2001). A comparison of observational learning and imagery. School of Education and Allied Studies, March 29. 

Soo Hoo, S., Takemoto, Y., & McCullagh, P. (2001). An experimental comparison of modeling and imagery. Southwest Sport Psychology Meeting, April 20-21, Fullerton.

Ram, N., & McCullagh, P. (2001). Self-modeling: Seeing yourself perform influences psychological responses and physical performance. International Society Sport Psychology, Skiathos, Greece, May.

McCullagh, P., & Hall, C. (2001). Introductory comments on observational learning and imagery. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (p. 38).

Hall, C., & McCullagh, P. (2001). A comparison of modeling and imagery processes in motor skill performance and the need to determine the functional use of  observational learning. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (p. 40).

Cumming, J., Hall, C., Clark, S.E., Ste-Marie, D.M., & McCullagh, P. (2001). Development of the functions of observational learning questionnaire (FOLQ): An exploratory factor analysis. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (p. 41).

Clarke, S.E., Stem-Marie, D.M., Cumming, J., Hall, C., & McCullagh, P. (2001). Development of the functions of observational learning questionnaire (FOLQ): A confirmatory factor analysis. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (p. 42).

McCullagh, P., & SooHoo, S. (2001). Observational learning: The forgotten psychological factors in sport psychology and skills acquisition. Introducing graduate students to research. Western Society of Physical Education for College Women, November, Asilomar.

McCullagh, P. (2002). Recent Research in Motor Behavior: Theory and Practice. (Symposium). Observational learning as an effective practice variable. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, April. San Diego (p. 54).

Yan, J.H., & McCullagh, P. (2002). Children’s motivation in physical activity: Cultural influences. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, April. San Diego (p. 90).

SooHoo, S., Takemoto, K., & McCullagh,P. (2002). Modeling and imagery as interventions for skills acquisition. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, April. San Diego (p. 90).

McCullagh, P. (2002). Teaching the introduction of sport psychology to undergraduate students: Recommended activities and applications. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, October, Tucson. Symposium participant.

McCullagh, P. (2002). Symposium: Enhancing coaching effectiveness: The interplay between research/theory and application in the field: Using modeling to enhance physical and psychological skills. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, October, Tucson.

McCullagh.P. (2002). Symposium participant. Recent Research in Motor Behavior: Theory and Practice. Observational Learning as an Effective Practice Variable. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. San Diego, CA (p. 54)

Clark, S., Cumming, J., Ste-Marie, D., McCullagh, P., & Hall, C.R. (2003). Assessing the Concurrent Validity of the Functions of Observational Learning Questionnaire. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Supplement, June, p. 44.

Clark, S., Cumming, J., Ste-Marie, D., McCullagh, P., & Hall, C.R. (2003). A Reassessment of the Factor Structure of the Functions of Observational Learning Questionnaire. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Supplement, June , p. 47.

McCullagh, P. (2004). Peer Modeling: Strategies for Enhancing Motor Skill Acquisition and Psychosocial Development. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Supplement, June p. 7. Including in Symposium “Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) in Physical Activity Contexts: Theory, Research, and Application Relevant to Sport Psychology and Motor Behavior. (Weiss, M.R., Arripe-Longueville, F., McCullagh, P., & Stuntz, C.

Ram, N., McCullagh, P., & Skaling, S. (2004). Assessing Differential Learning from Modeling and Imagery Interventions Using Latent Growth Curve Models. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Supplement, June, p. 152.

McCullagh, P. (2004) Respondent to Symposium “ From Ideas to Action: The Marketing of Sport Psychology Programs and Services. Danish, S., Petipas, A., VanRaalte, J., & Brewer, B. Proceedings Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, , p. 13-14.

Johnson, A., Simons, J., & McCullagh, P (2009). Motivational differences as athletes transition from Division III to Division II athletics. Western Society for Physical Education College Women. November, Asilomar.

McCullagh, P. (2010). Using modeling to enhance physical and psychological skills. The Sport Psychology and Sport Sciences Conference.. Lignano, Sabbiadoro, Italy.

McCullagh, P. (2011). Respondent to Symposium. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then is combining observation and imagery worth a million? A symposium on the interaction between observation and imagery processes. Cumming, J, Williams. S, Law, B., Bolkowy, R., Latimer, A.E., Lawrence, G.P., Rymal, A., & Ste-Marie. D.

Grant Awards

McCullagh, P., Stiehl, J. & Weiss, W.R. (1990). "Developmental modeling effects on the quantitative and qualitative aspects of motor performance."

For each annual volume, the Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport chooses a paper that is an "outstanding contribution to scholarship and likely to effect theory and/or practice." The 1990 Research Consortium Research Award was awarded to the following article.

McCullagh, P. Selected as Scholar for the Annual Gerald P. D'Agostino Memorial Lecture (Distinguished Alumni Award). State University of New York at Brockport. March, 1996.

McCullagh, P. Received President’s Award, North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. June 1998. For outstanding contributions to the society.

McCullagh, P. Fellow, Research Consortium, American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. March, 1998.

McCullagh, P. Fellow, Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, October, 1991. (FAAASP)

McCullagh, P. Certified Consultant, Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, 1992 (CCAAASP)

McCullagh, P. Fellow, Division 47- Exercise and Sport Psychology, American Psychological Association, 1993. (FAPA)

McCullagh, P. Active Fellow (#431) in National Academy of Kinesiology. (Induction ceremony September, 2002) (FNAK)

McCullagh, P. (2005). Invited as Commencement Speaker, Centennial College. Declined due to conflict of dates with other professional obligations.

McCullagh, P. (2005). Nominated for an Ontario Premier Award for college alumni “for their outstanding contributions professionally.”

Ryan, E.D., & McCullagh, P. (Co - PI). Attribution and perception of fatigue. Faculty Research Grant - University of California, Davis 1977. ($5000).

McCullagh, P. (PI). Instructional Grant Program - Integrating computers in the classroom - Principles and Practices of Fitness Course - University of Colorado, Boulder. 1986. ($5000).

McCullagh, P. (PI). Instructional Grant Program - Integrating computers in the classroom. University of Colorado, Boulder. 1987. ($5000).

McCullagh, P. (PI). A comparison of videotape instruction and physical practice on form and accuracy in the tennis serve. United States Tennis Association. 1988. ($500).

Little, W., & McCullagh, P. (Co - PI). A comparison of motivational orientation and instructional strategies on form and accuracy in tennis. United States Tennis Association, 1988. ($500).

McCullagh, P. (PI). The use of videotape and imagery to enhance skilled performance. Central District AAHPERD Award, 1989-90. ($1000).

McCullagh, P. (PI). Testing the effectiveness of Sybervision on the learning of the tennis serve. United States Tennis Association, May 1990. ($950).

McCullagh, P. (PI). Psychological and social factors as determinants of athletic injuries. Council on Research and Creative Work, University of Colorado, January, 1991. ($3000).

Byrnes, W.C., (Co - PI). McCullagh, P. (Co-PI). & Dickinson, A. (Co-PI). A comparison of the incidence and severity of injury between race walking, running and stepping. August 1991. Reebok International Ltd. ($70,901).

McCullagh, P. (Co-PI). & Noble, J. (Co-PI). The effectiveness of video tapes for enhancing tennis performance. Central District AAHPERD Award, August 1991. ($400).

McCullagh, P. Psychological factors and athletic injury. Faculty sponsored Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program. November, 1993. ($1800).

McCullagh, P. Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program. Special Seminar. Observational Learning Techniques in Kinesiology. ($4000).

Weiss, M.R., & McCullagh P. (1993). Influence of Coping Models on Learning. Sport Psychology Academy. AAHPERD. ($1300).

Landers, D.M. & McCullagh, P. (Co-PI). United States Olympic Committee. Research & Training to Increase Archers' Proficiency in Competing in the New Olympic Round. ($27,856). Jan 1995-Dec 95.

McCullagh, P.(P-I). United States Olympic Committee. Research and Training to Increase Archers Performance Through Self Modeling. ($30,824). January 1996-December 97.

McCullagh, P. Professional Development Award, Observational learning: The forgotten psychological method in sport psychology. Western Society for Physical Education of College Women. November, 2000.

McCullagh, P. School of Education and Allied Studies, (SEAS), Research Fellow. Award for release for research, 2000-2001.

McCullagh, P. School of Education and Allied Studies (SEAS), Preparation of Publication Award, 2000-2001.

McCullagh, P. School of Education and Allied Studies (SEAS), Preparation of Publication Award, 2001-2002.

McCullagh, P. School of Education and Allied Studies (SEAS), Preparation of Publication Award, 2002-2003.

McCullagh, P. (2006). Awarded summer stipend from Research and Sponsored Programs, CSU East Bay to complete a project on observational learning. Project completed and manuscript accepted for publication.

Served as Research/Project Assistant on the following grants and projects:

Socialization into sport involvement: A cross-national study. State University of New York at Brockport 1970-72.

Stelmach, G.E. National Institute of Mental Health, 22081-01. Served as research assistant on numerous experiments.

Stelmach, G.E. National Institute of Education, Grant NE-G-3-009. Served as research assistant on numerous experiments and projects.

Cost of Special Education Programs in California. Grant 57-B201-80- 3293-7100 for the California State Dept. of Education.

Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). Projects Directed.Ebel, C. A comparison of correct and learning sequence models.

(Funded), 1986.

Maldanado, N. Participation motives, competitive anxiety and perceived competencies of children and parents in youth soccer. (Funded), 1988-1989.

Lethi, S. The influence of modeling on strategies in skilled performance. (Funded), 1988-1989.

Shaw, S. Perceived competencies and competitive anxiety in children's sport. (Funded), 1990-91.

McCullagh, P. Team UROP grant Psychological factors and athletic injury. (Funded), $2000, 1993-94.

Sanford, C. Observational learning: The role of visual and verbal information in developing a cognitive representation. (Funded), 1994-95.

Espander, V., & Lewis, M. A comparison of gender differences in observational learning. (Funded), 1994-95.

Ritt, Ashley. The use of self-modeling videos for enhancing expert performance. (Funded), 1994-95.

UCB Hughes Initiative - Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program. Stan Royale Funded ($1,800), 1995-96.

UCG Hughes Initiative - Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program.

Julie Nigg. Funded ($1800). 1996-97

Internal and External

Ryan, E.D., & McCullagh, P. (Co - PI). Attribution and perception of fatigue. Faculty Research Grant - University of California, Davis 1977. ($5000).

McCullagh, P. (PI). Instructional Grant Program - Integrating computers in the classroom - Principles and Practices of Fitness Course - University of Colorado, Boulder. 1986. ($5000).

McCullagh, P. (PI). Instructional Grant Program - Integrating computers in the classroom. University of Colorado, Boulder. 1987. ($5000).

McCullagh, P. (PI). A comparison of videotape instruction and physical practice on form and accuracy in the tennis serve. United States Tennis Association. 1988. ($500).

Little, W., & McCullagh, P. (Co - PI). A comparison of motivational orientation and instructional strategies on form and accuracy in tennis. United States Tennis Association, 1988. ($500).

McCullagh, P. (PI). The use of videotape and imagery to enhance skilled performance. Central District AAHPERD Award, 1989-90. ($1000).

McCullagh, P. (PI). Testing the effectiveness of Sybervision on the learning of the tennis serve. United States Tennis Association, May 1990. ($950).

McCullagh, P. (PI). Psychological and social factors as determinants of athletic injuries. Council on Research and Creative Work, University of Colorado, January, 1991. ($3000).

Byrnes, W.C., (Co - PI). McCullagh, P. (Co-PI). & Dickinson, A. (Co-PI). A comparison of the incidence and severity of injury between race walking, running and stepping. August 1991. Reebok International Ltd. ($70,901).

McCullagh, P. (Co-PI). & Noble, J. (Co-PI). The effectiveness of video tapes for enhancing tennis performance. Central District AAHPERD Award, August 1991. ($400).

McCullagh, P. Psychological factors and athletic injury. Faculty sponsored Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program. November, 1993. ($1800).

McCullagh, P. Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program. Special Seminar. Observational Learning Techniques in Kinesiology. ($4000).

Weiss, M.R., & McCullagh P. (1993). Influence of Coping Models on Learning. Sport Psychology Academy. AAHPERD. ($1300).

Landers, D.M. & McCullagh, P. (Co-PI). United States Olympic Committee. Research & Training to Increase Archers' Proficiency in Competing in the New Olympic Round. ($27,856). Jan 1995-Dec 95.

McCullagh, P.(P-I). United States Olympic Committee. Research and Training to Increase Archers Performance Through Self Modeling. ($30,824). January 1996-December 97.

McCullagh, P. Professional Development Award, Observational learning: The forgotten psychological method in sport psychology. Western Society for Physical Education of College Women. November, 2000.

McCullagh, P. School of Education and Allied Studies, (SEAS), Research Fellow. Award for release for research, 2000-2001.

McCullagh, P. School of Education and Allied Studies (SEAS), Preparation of Publication Award, 2000-2001.

McCullagh, P. School of Education and Allied Studies (SEAS), Preparation of Publication Award, 2001-2002.

McCullagh, P. School of Education and Allied Studies (SEAS), Preparation of Publication Award, 2002-2003.

McCullagh, P. (2006). Awarded summer stipend from Research and Sponsored Programs, CSU East Bay to complete a project on observational learning. Project completed and manuscript accepted for publication.

Served as Research/Project Assistant on the following grants and projects:

Socialization into sport involvement: A cross-national study. State University of New York at Brockport 1970-72.

Stelmach, G.E. National Institute of Mental Health, 22081-01. Served as research assistant on numerous experiments.

Stelmach, G.E. National Institute of Education, Grant NE-G-3-009. Served as research assistant on numerous experiments and projects.

Cost of Special Education Programs in California. Grant 57-B201-80- 3293-7100 for the California State Dept. of Education.

Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP). Projects Directed.Ebel, C. A comparison of correct and learning sequence models.

(Funded), 1986.

Maldanado, N. Participation motives, competitive anxiety and perceived competencies of children and parents in youth soccer. (Funded), 1988-1989.

Lethi, S. The influence of modeling on strategies in skilled performance. (Funded), 1988-1989.

Shaw, S. Perceived competencies and competitive anxiety in children's sport. (Funded), 1990-91.

McCullagh, P. Team UROP grant Psychological factors and athletic injury. (Funded), $2000, 1993-94.

Sanford, C. Observational learning: The role of visual and verbal information in developing a cognitive representation. (Funded), 1994-95.

Espander, V., & Lewis, M. A comparison of gender differences in observational learning. (Funded), 1994-95.

Ritt, Ashley. The use of self-modeling videos for enhancing expert performance. (Funded), 1994-95.

UCB Hughes Initiative - Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program. Stan Royale Funded ($1,800), 1995-96.

UCG Hughes Initiative - Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program.

Julie Nigg. Funded ($1800). 1996-97

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