Jason Crandall, Ph.D., EP-C
Assistant Professor of Exercise Science
Office: Smith Stadium East 1058
Phone: (270) 745-2077
EXS 296: Practicum in Exercise Science
EXS 324: Measurement and Evaluation in Kinesiology
EXS 455: Exercise and Aging
EXS 496: Internship in Exercise Science
Research Areas of Interest: Physical activity interventions for children and older adults, physical activity and public health, eating disorders, obesity
Crandall, K.J., P.A. Eisenman, L. Ransdell, and J. Reel. (2012). Physical activity perceptions and binge eating disorder in community-dwelling women. Food and Health, 2 (5): 119-126. doi: 10:5923/j.fph.20120205
Crandall, K.J., P.A. Eisenman, L. Ransdell, and J. Reel. (2011). Exploring binge eating and physical activity in community-dwelling women. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, 1 (1): 1-8. doi: 10.5923/j.ijpbs.20110101.01
Crandall, K.J. (2010). Binge Eating Disorder: What physical activity professionals need to know. Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Journal. 48(1), 18-21.
Crandall, K. J. & K.I. Steenbergen. (2015). Older adults’ functional performance and health knowledge after a combination exercise, health education, and bingo game. Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine. October-December: 1-8, DOI: 10.1177/2333721415613201.
Crandall, K.J. (2015). Bingocize®: Successful integration of intergenerational service-learning into an exercise science practicum project. Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, 6 (2): 1-6.
Crandall, K.J., T. Carlin, & A. Flynn. (2015). Comparison of Dominant and Non-Dominant Range of Motion in Collegiate Baseball Pitchers. International Journal of Human Movement and Sports Sciences, 3(2): 16-18, DOI: 10.13189/saj.2015.030202.
Crandall, K.J., C. Fairman, and D. Anderson. (2015). Functional fitness in older adults after a combination multicomponent exercise program and bingo game. International Journal of Exercise Science, 8 (1): 38-48.
Fairman C, K. Kendall, B. Harris, K.J. Crandall, J. McMillan. (2016). Effectiveness of a training program using an Alter-G treadmill to improve physiological and psychosocial measures in female breast cancer survivors. International Journal of Exercise Science. 9(1): 101- 109.
K.J. Crandall & M. Shake. (2015). Efficacy of a mobile game application for improving older adults’ health, function, and cognition. Retirement Research Foundation Grant ---$94,682
K.J. Crandall & M. Shake. (2014). Bingocize 3.0: A unique mobile application for maintaining or improving older adults' health
and function. Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation Kentucky Commercialization Fund Grant ----$74,860.00
K.J. Crandall. (2014). Bingocize 3.0: A unique mobile application for maintaining or improving participants’ health and function. Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation SBIR/STTR Phase Double Zero
Program Grant---- $3,650.00
K.J. Crandall & T.S. Lyons (2013). Bingocize: A replicable model to improve functional physical fitness in older adults while engaging university students and the community. Owensboro Health Hospital Community Benefit Grant ----$7,800.00
Ph.D: University of Utah
M.A: University of Northern Colorado
B.S: Western Kentucky University
American College of Sports Medicine Certified Health Fitness Specialist SM
American College of Sports Medicine Exercise is Medicine Credential: Level 2
American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers
Research Fellow WKU Center for Gerontology
Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
Exercise Science Section Chair 2013
Kentucky Association for Gerontology Board Member 2013
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