My research focuses on social ecological approaches to increasing physical activity.
education and training
- Ph.D. in Psychology, University of Rhode Island - (Kingston, Rhode Island, United States) 1999
- M.A. in Psychology, University of Rhode Island - (Kingston, Rhode Island, United States) 1997
- B.A. in Psychology, Syracuse University - (Syracuse, New York, United States) 1995
- Du, Y., Wang, W., Washburn, D. J., Lee, S., Jr, T., Zhang, H., & Maddock, J. E. (2020). Violence against healthcare workers and other serious responses to medical disputes in China: surveys of patients at 12 public hospitals. BMC HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH. 20(1), 253.
- Kellstedt, D. K., Spengler, J. O., Foster, M., Lee, C., & Maddock, J. E. (2020). A Scoping Review of Bikeability Assessment Methods. JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY HEALTH. 1-14.
- Colwell, B., Mosema, K., Bramble, M. S., & Maddock, J. (2020). Comparisons of social and demographic determinants of tobacco use in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Globalization and Health. 16(1), 66.
- Bennion, N., Spruance, L. A., & Maddock, J. E. (2020). Do Youth Consume More Calories than they Expended in Youth Sports Leagues? An Observational Study of Physical Activity, Snacks, and Beverages. American journal of health behavior. 44(2), 180-187.
- Maddock, J. E., & Moore, J. B. (2020). Should Public Health Literacy Be a Core Requirement for College Students?. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 26(4), 304-305.
- Maddock, J., & Spruance, L. A. (2020). Snacks after youth sports add more calories than kids burn while playing, study says.
- Maddock, J. (2018). 5 charts show why the South is the least healthy region in the US.
- Maddock, J. (2017). Why US communities should be designing parks for older adults.
awards and honors
recent teaching activities
Department of Environmental and Occupational Health; School of Public Health; 1266 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843