Jochen Bocksnick teaching Aging Backwards

We are lucky to have a research specialist on aging and instructor of kinesiology programs sub this Wednesday’s Aging Backwards class! My hunch is that you will have a great experience with this man teaching and could perhaps learn a bit too!

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS and RESEARCH REPORTS
Bocksnick, J.G. & Dyck, M. (in press). Identifying age-related stereotypes: Exercising with
older adults. Activities, Adaptation and Aging.

Bocksnick, J.G., Sharp-Chrunik, B. & Bjerkseth, A. (2016). Changes in range of motion in
response to acute exercise in older and younger adults. Activities, Adaptation and Aging, 40, 20-
34.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Dyck, M. (2015). “Try not to show up the oldies”: Identifying age-related
stereotypes about exercise through active participation. Journal of Sport and Exercise
Psychology, 37, S97.

Robidoux, M. A., & Bocksnick, J. G. (2010). Playing Beyond the Glass: How Parents Support
Violence in Minor Hockey. In Fuller, Linda K. (Ed.), Sexual Sport Rhetoric: Historical and
Media Contexts of Violence (pp. 45-60). New York: Peter Lang.

Dunn, B., Bocksnick, J., Hagen, B. Fu, Y., Li, X., Yuan, J & Shan, G. (2008). Impact of
exercise on seniors’ motor control response to external dynamics. Research in Sports Medicine,
16, 1, 39-55.

Bocksnick, J. G. and L. A. Brown (2004). Adherence to and outcomes from participation in a
long-term structured exercise program for older adults. 6th World Conference on Aging and
Physical Activity, London, On, (pp. 112-115) Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging.

Bocksnick, J. G. and K. Cuthbert (2004). “Monitoring” older adults in a structured exercise
environment: Observation and perceptions of instructors. 6th World Conference on Aging and
Physical Activity, London, On, (pp 115-118) Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging.

Couture, R.T. & Bocksnick, J.G. (2004). Can active seniors gain stress-reducing results from
acute exercise? http://www.athleticinsight.com/Vol6Iss3/AcuteExercise.htm

Bocksnick, J.G. (2004). Exercising for health: An analysis of semi-structured interviews.
Activities, Adaptation and Aging, 28, 2, 1-17.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Brown, L.A. (2004). Ergebnisse eines strukturierten mehrjährigen sportlichen
Űbungprogramms für ältere Menschen. In P. Blaser & A. Hökelmann (Eds.), Bewegungs- und
trainingswissenschaftliche Facetten sportlicher Bewegungen (pp. 262-272 ). Cologne, Germany:
bps-Verlag.

Ashmead, J.C. & Bocksnick, J.G. (2002). Home-based circuit training for elderly women: an
exploratory investigation. Activities, Adaptation, and Aging, 26, 4, 47-60.
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Bocksnick, J.G., Belyk, J.A. & Napier, L.D. (2002). Youth swimmers’ understanding of
competence. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 73, 7, 40-43.

Bocksnick. J.G & Hall, B.L. (2001) Physical Activity decision-making in older adults.
Activities, Adaptation & Aging, 25, 1-19.

Sleik, R.J., Brown, L.A., Wong, I.E. & Bocksnick, J.G. (2002). A comparison of video- and textbased
questionnaire methods for testing older adults. Research Quarterly in Exercise and Sport,
73, 2, 219-224

Bocksnick, J.G. & Brown, L.A. (2001). Motivation and volition: The participation in a structured
exercise program for older adults. In J.R. Nitsch & H. Allmer (Eds.), Denken, sprechen, bewegen
(pp. 245 – 250). Cologne, Germany: bps-Verlag.

Bocksnick, J. G., & Hall, B. L. (1999). Aktivitätsbezogene Entscheidungsüberlegungen älterer
Menschen. In D. Alfermann & O. Stoll (Eds.), Motivation und Volition im Sport: Vom Planen
zum Handeln (pp. 305-309). Cologne, Germany: bps-Verlag.

Bocksnick J.G. & Little, N.G. (1997) Reaction time training for sprint athletes (unpublished
report for the Sport Medicine Council of Alberta).

Bocksnick, J.G. & Little, N.G. (1997) Personal goal-setting in treadmill-based anaerobic
endurance training of master’s distance runners (unpublished report for the Sport Medicine
Council of Alberta).

Hall, B.L. & Bocksnick, J.G. (1995). Therapeutic recreation for the institutionalized elderly:
choice or abuse. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 7, 4, 49-60.

Wankel, L. M., Bocksnick, J. G., Tubman, A., & Jagielski, E. (1994). The use of exercise
adherence counselling to facilitate regular physical activity involvement. In F. I. Bell & G. H.
VanGyn (Ed.), 10th Commonwealth and International Scientific Congress, (pp. 251-255).
Victoria, British Columbia: School of Physical Education, University of Victoria.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Hall, B.L. (1994). Recreation Activity Programming For The
Institutionalized Older Adult. Activities, Adaptation, and Aging, 19, 1-26

Bocksnick, J.G. & Hall, B.L. (1993). Recreation activity programming for the institutionalized
older adult. Recreation Parks and Wildlife Foundation (unpublished report)

Couture, R.T., Bocksnick, J.G. & Kennedy, V. (1993). Effects of an acute exercise program on
older adults. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 15, Supplement, S19.

Bocksnick, J.G. (1991). The accuracy of senior citizens for recalling their involvement in leisure
time activities. Journal of Applied Recreation Research, 16, 220-233.
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Bocksnick, J.G. & Wankel, L.M. (1991). Effectiveness of physical activity adherence
counseling program with older females. The Gerontologist, 31, Special Issue II, 54.

Bocksnick, J.G. (1991). Long-term effectiveness of exercise adherence counseling for older
women. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Alberta, Edmonton.

Bocksnick, J.G. (1987). The development of a self-report questionnaire for establishing an
individual’s leisure time activity profile. Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of
Saskatchewan.

Bocksnick, J.G. (1984). Zum Problem der Konzentrationsfähigkeit als leistunsrelevantes
Merkmal von sportlichen Lernhandlungen, dargestellt im Gruppenvergleich

‘verhaltensauffälliger’ und ‘normaler’ Schüler. Unpublished diploma thesis, Johannes Gutenberg
Universität Mainz, Germany.”

REFEREED SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS
Bocksnick, J.G. (January 2-6, 2017). Facilitating in older adult men: A participant observation.
Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Bocksnick, J.G. (October 23-25, 2015). Facilitating a Fitball Exercise Program (1998 – 2015) for
older adults: An auto-ethnography. Canadian Association on Gerontology, Calgary, Alberta.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Dyck, M. (October 23-25, 2015). Increasing self-awareness of age-related
stereotypes about exercisers: A first stepJochen G. Bocksnick November, 2017

Bocksnick, J.G. (October 11-13, 2011). Retired physical education professors reflect on their
past to provide practical recommendations for the future. Action on Wellness – An International
Symposium. Banff, Alberta

Bocksnick, J.G. (April, 2011). Challenging balance. Phone-conference presentation to healthcare
practitioners throughout Alberta. Organized by Alberta Centre for Injury Control &
Research, University of Alberta (Section 13)

Bocksnick, J.G. (January 13, 2010). Exercising at old age: A paradox? Invited Lecture at
Kapi’olani College, Honolulu, Hawaii

Bocksnick, J.G. (November 11, 2009). Auf die Plätze – Fertig – Los! Alterssport / Sport für
Ältere (im Verein?). Invited Lecture at the Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz, Germany

Bocksnick, J.G. (2008). Invited Response to Dr. Mark Rosenberg’s presentation at the First
Annual Prentice Dialogue, University of Lethbridge

Bocksnick, J. (2007). Fitness in later years. Invited presentation at the Holistic Health Expo
2007, Lethbridge College

Wilde, B.M., Bocksnick, J.G., Hagen, B. & Shan, G.B. (2007). Senior balance: Exercise
influence on motor control response in a dynamic environment. International Society of
Biomechanics (ISB).

Bocksnick, J.G. (2006). Coaching competitive youth soccer: An introspective analysis. North
American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Vancouver, British Columbia.

Cantelon, H. & Bocksnick, J.G. (2006). First impressions: Make it or break it? North American
Society for the Sociology of Sport. Vancouver, British Columbia.

Bocksnick, J.G., Millen, J. & Bray, S. (2004). Older adults’ self-perception of their physical
performance: Is privacy for exercising necessary? Canadian Society of Psychomotor Learning
and Sport Psychology conference. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Bocksnick, J. G. and L. A. Brown (2004). Adherence to and outcomes from participation in a
long-term structured exercise program for older adults. 6th World Conference on Aging and
Physical Activity, London, Ontario.

Bocksnick, J. G. and K. Cuthbert (2004). “Monitoring” older adults in a structured exercise
environment: Observation and perceptions of instructors. 6th World Conference on Aging and
Physical Activity, London, Ontario.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Cuthbert, K. (2003). Through the Eyes of the Leader: Experiencing Older
Adults Exercising. North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Montreal, Quebec.
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Bocksnick, J.G. & Brown, L.A. (2003). Ergebnisse eines strukturierten mehrjährigen sportlichen
Űbungprogramms für ältere Menschen. 40 Jahre Sportwissenschaften in Magdeburg:
Kolloquium der Bewegungs- und Trainingswissenschaften. Osterburg, Germany

Bocksnick, J.G., Brown, L.A. & Cuthbert, K. (2003). Evaluation of a multi-year structured
exercise program for older adults. 94th Annual Conference of the Canadian Public Health
Association, Calgary, Alberta.

Bocksnick, J.G. (2003) Youth hockey – a perfect match for (un)intentional aggressive
behaviours in the stands. Invited presentation at Annual Forensic Conference – Violence and
Emotion, Mental Health Centre Penetanguishene, Midland, Ontario

Bocksnick, J.G. & Robidoux, M.A. (2002) (Un)intentional Aggressive Behaviors in the Stands?
North American Society for the Sociology of Sport. Indianapolis, Indiana, November 2002.

Brown, L., Bray, S., Tiede, S. & Bocksnick, J. (2002). Novel exercise training improves
perceived and actual balance among the elderly. The Cooper Institute: Physical Activity:
Preventing Physical Disablement in Older Adults. Dallas, Texas

Bocksnick, J.G. (2000). Age-related differences in the motivation to exercise. Canadian Society
of Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology conference. Waterloo, Ontario, October 2000.

Sleik, R.J., Bocksnick, J.G., Wong, I.E. & Brown, L.A. (2000). Alternative methods of testing
confidence: A comparison of video-based and text-based methodologies. Tagung der
Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Sportpsychologie. Cologne, Germany.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Brown, L.A. (2000). Motivation and volition: The participation in a structured
exercise program for older adults. Tagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Sportpsychologie.
Cologne, Germany.

Sleik, R.J., Bocksnick, J.G., Wong, I.E. & Brown, L.A. (1999). New methods of testing
confidence in the elderly: a comparison of video-based and text-based methodologies.
Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Banff, Alberta.

Brown, L.A., Bocksnick, J.G., Wong, I.E., Polych, M.A. & Sleik, R.J. (1999). Self-perceptions
of balance ability versus actual balance performance. Association for the Advancement of
Applied Sport Psychology, Banff, Alberta.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Wagner, P. (1999). From motivation to action – the importance of volition in
exercising. Canadian Society of Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology conference.
Edmonton, Alberta.

Bocksnick, J.G., Brown, L.A. & Sleik, R.J. (1999). Motivational and volitional influences on
structured exercise behavior among older adults. Canadian Society of Psychomotor Learning and
Sport Psychology conference. Edmonton, Alberta.

Hall, B.L. & Bocksnick, J.G. (1998). Defining Successful Aging: the Determinants of WellBeing
in Later Life. Annual Meeting of Alberta Association on Gerontology, Edmonton,
Alberta.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Hall, B.L. (1998). Decision-Making Process Regarding Exercise Among
Older Adults. Canadian Society of Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology conference.
Fredricton, New Bruinswick

Bocksnick, J.G. (1998). Therapeutische Freizeitbetreuung älterer Menschen – qualitative
Forschungsmethoden. Tagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Sportpsychologie: Arbeitsbereich
Forschungsmethoden. Leipzig, Germany

Bocksnick, J.G. & Hall, B.L. (1998). Betätigungsbezogene Entscheidungsüberlegungen älterer
Menschen. Tagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Sportpsychologie. Leipzig, Germany.

Bocksnick, J.G., Heide, J. & Holt, G. (1997). Perceptions of exercise quantity and quality.
Annual conference of Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and
Dance. Red Deer, Alberta.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Napier, L. (1995). Perceptions of competence of age group swimmers.
Canadian Society of Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology conference. Vancouver,
British Columbia

Bocksnick, J.G., Hall, B.L. & Happel, K. (1994). Critical factors relevant to a healthier lifestyle
among high risk cardiac patients. Canadian Association on Gerontology. Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Hall, B.L. & Bocksnick, J.G. (1994). Is forced participation in recreation programming for
institutionalized older adults abuse? Elder Abuse Conference. Florida Policy Exchange Center
on Aging, University of South Florida. Clearwater Beach, Florida

Hall, B.L. & Bocksnick, J.G. (1993). Recreation activity programming for the institutionalized
older adult. Canadian Association on Gerontology. Montreal, Québec.

Couture, R.T., Bocksnick, J.G. & Kennedy, V. (1993). Effects of an acute exercise program on
older adults. North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity
conference. Brainerd, Minnesota.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Winter, W.G. (1993). Benefits of therapeutic recreation activities for
institutionalized older adults with Senile Dementia Alzheimer Type (SDAT). The 7th Canadian
Congress on Leisure Research. Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Wankel, L.M. (1992). Advantages of a qualitative analysis in evaluating
adherence counseling for older females. Canadian Society of Psychomotor Learning and Sport
Psychology conference. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Wankel, L.M. & Bocksnick, J.G. (1992). Enhancing the physical activity involvement of older
adults through adherence counseling. International Conference on Physical Activity, Fitness,
and Health. Toronto, Ontario.

Bocksnick, J.G. & Wankel, L.M. (1991). Effectiveness of physical activity adherence
counseling program with older females. The Gerontological Society of America. San Francisco,
California.

Bocksnick, J.G. (1991). Motivational determinants of physical activity behavior of active older
adults. Canadian Society of Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology conference. London,
Ontario.

Bocksnick, J.G. (1988). The accuracy of senior citizens for recalling their involvement in
leisure time activities. Canadian Society of Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology
conference. Collingwood, Ontario.

Bocksnick, J.G. (1987). The development of a self-report questionnaire for establishing an
individual’s leisure time activity profile. Canadian Society of Psychomotor Learning and Sport
Psychology conference. Banff, Alberta.

 

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