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Welcome to the TIE Lab

 

The main objective of the TIE lab is to understand the psychosocial determinants of physical activity adoption and maintenance and to promote this health behaviour through interventions. Our research and interventions are grounded in theoretical approaches to physical activity and health promotion among adults particularly those with chronic conditions (e.g., cancer, cardiovascular disease, and disability).

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TIE Lab News


Congratulations!

 

....to all TIE lab members for having their abstracts accepted to present at the 2017 Eastern Canadian Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (ECSEPS) in March 

 

...to Shannon Herrick for winning the 2nd Annual KPE three-minute thesis competition

 

...to Laura Hallward for winning runner-up in the physical activity poster competition at the PATH Symposium 

 


Dr. Sweet wrote an article for ParaQuad promoting sport participation to adults with spinal cord injury [PDF]

 

How to keep your commitment to exercise [by Dr. Shane Sweet and Dr. Lindsay Duncan]

 
 

   Meet our Directors

    Dr. Shane Sweet

    Dr. Lindsay Duncan