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Arlene E. Hall, PhD

College of Health and Human Development
Department of Kinesiology
aeh3@psu.edu


Current PH Entry


COURSES TAUGHT


FALL
SPRING
Kinesiology 15 Biobehavioral Health 45
ESACT 195 ESACT 220
ESACT 138 ESACT 303
Kinesiology 60 Kinesiology 171
Kinesiology 445 Kinesiology 295A
Kinesiology 495A

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Race, Gender and Physicality
Hypokinetic Behavior
Alcohol Behavior (College Student Populations)

RECENT PUBLICATIONS:

Hall, A.E., Kuga, D.J., & Jones, D.F.  (Accepted).  A multivariate study of determinants of vigorous physical activity in a multicultural sample of college students.  Journal of Sport and Social Issues.

Hall, A.E.  (1998). Perceived barriers to and benefits of physical activity among Black and White women.
     WSPAJ, 7, 2, 1-32.

Hall, A.E.  (1997).  Coping resources and self-perceived well-being among adult children of alcoholics.  Journal of American College Health, 45 (4), 159-164.

Hall, A.E.  (1996).  Evaluate aerobic fitness:  It's a piece A-PIE.  Strategies, 9 (8), 14-18.


FAVORITE QUOTE:  Life is a journey.....taken one shot at a time.



 
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