Dr. Cramp’s research focuses on the initiation and maintenance of physical activity
as a means for health promotion and chronic disease prevention. Specific areas of
interest include identifying psychosocial determinants and outcomes of regular physical
activity and developing and implementing physical activity interventions. Although Dr.
Cramp has researched many different populations, her expertise is with pre and postnatal
women. Currently, Dr. Cramp is conducting research examining the effectiveness of home
based physical activity interventions for pre and postnatal women. 

Health Behaviour Change

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Cancer Risk: Are We Well Behaved? (with Lyndsay Fitzgeorge and Harry Prapevessis), Current Oncology (2011)
 

Bridging the Gap Between Good Intentions and Healthy Actions, Series of five lectures presented for Healthy Weights (2007)
 

Health Promotion

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Cancer Risk: Are We Well Behaved? (with Lyndsay Fitzgeorge and Harry Prapevessis), Current Oncology (2011)
 

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4 Pregnancy Myths Busted, Shape Magazine (2009)
 

Body Image: Learning how to Improve your Body Image, Presented for Healthy Weights (2008)
 

Body Image: Becoming More Aware of your Body Image, Presented for Healthy Weights (2008)
 

Behavioural Training Interventions

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Moms in Motion: A Community Based Cognitive-Behavioural Physical Activity Intervention (with L R. Brawley), International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (2006)
 

Exercise Initiation and Maintenance

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Enhancing Self-Regulatory and Exercise Readiness in Pregnant Women (with Anca Gaston and Harry Prapavessis), Psychology of Sport and Exercise (2012)
 

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Exercise During Pregnancy: A Systematic Review of Patterns and Determinants (with Anca Gaston), Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2011)
 

Pregnancy

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Enhancing Self-Regulatory and Exercise Readiness in Pregnant Women (with Anca Gaston and Harry Prapavessis), Psychology of Sport and Exercise (2012)
 

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Exercise During Pregnancy: A Systematic Review of Patterns and Determinants (with Anca Gaston), Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2011)
 

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4 Pregnancy Myths Busted, Shape Magazine (2009)
 

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Postnatal Women's Feeling State Responses to Exercise with and without Baby (with Steven R. Bray), Maternal and Child Health Journal (2010)
 

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Lifestyle Modification and Metformin as Long-Term Treatment Options for Obese Adolescents: Study Protocol (with A. Justine Wilson, Harry Prapavessis, Mary E. Jung, Joy Vascotto, Larissa Lenhardt, J. Kevin Shoemaker, Margaret Watson, Tracy Robinson, and Cheril L. Clarson), BMC Public Health (2009)