My Research

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

v Weiss, S. M. & Robinson, T. L. (2013). Factors involved in student-athletes withdrawing from college. Interchange, 44(1), 83-104.

 

v Weiss, S. M. & Reber, A. S. (2012). Curing the dreaded “Steve Blass Disease.” Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, 3, 172-182.

 

v Weiss, S. M., Demski, R. M., & Backen, G. J. (2011). Fantasy baseball: A new way to gamble or just another game? Journal of Gambling Issues, 26, 125-145.

 

v Weiss, S. M. (2011). The effect that reinvestment of conscious processing has on participants switching focus of attention. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 82(1), 28-36.

 

v Weiss, S. M. & Loubier, S. L. (2010). Gambling habits of athletes and nonathletes classified as disordered gamblers. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 144(6), 507-521.

 

v Weiss, S. M. (2010). Cross-Addiction on campus: More problems for student-athletes. Substance Use & Misuse,45(10), 1525-1541.

 

v Weiss, S. M. & Loubier, S. L. (2008). Gambling behaviors of former athletes:  The delayed competitive effect. UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal, 12(1), 53-60.

 

v  Weiss, S. M., Reber, A. S., & Owen, D. R. (2008). The locus of focus: The effect of switching from a preferred to a non-preferred focus of attention. Journal of Sports Sciences, 26(10), 1049-1057.

 

v Weiss, S. M. (1999). A comparison of maladaptive behaviors of athletes and nonathletes. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 133(3), 315-322.

 

 

MANUSCRIPTS IN REVIEW OR IN PROGRESS

 

IN REVIEW:

           

v No manuscripts in review at this time.

 

 

 IN PROGRESS:

 

v Roberts, D & Weiss, S. M. & Burck, A. (in prep.). Video game escapism and other motivations.

 

 

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS

 

v   Weiss, S. M., Reber, A. S  (2013, June). Curing the dreaded “Steve Blass Disease.” Paper presented at the Sport & Society Conference, Chicago, IL.

 

v  Weiss, S. M. & Burck, A. (2011, May). Addiction-hopping on campus. Poster presented at the 2011 APS Annual Convention, Washington, DC.

 

v  Demski, R. M., Weiss, S. M., & Backen, G. J.  (2011, May). Fantasy baseball outcomes based more on skill than chance. Poster presented at the 2011 APS Annual Convention, Washington, DC.

 

v Weiss, S. M., Reber, A. S., & Owen, D. R. (2010, May). The Reinvestment Scale: Can Participants Be Primed to Score Higher? Poster presented at the 2010 APS Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

 

v Demski, R. M., Weiss, S. M., & Backen, G. J.  (2010, May). Fantasy Baseball: More Skill than Luck! Poster presented at the 2010 APS Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

 

v Weiss, S. M. (2009, September). The effect that reinvestment of conscious processing has on participants switching focus of attention. Poster presented at the 24th Annual Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

v  Weiss, S. M., Demski, R. M., & Backen, G. J (2009, May). Fantasy Baseball: Is this our newest form of gambling or just another game? Lecture given at the14th International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking, Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

 

v Weiss, S. M. &  Loubier, S. L. (2009, May). Gambling Behaviors of Former Athletes:  The "delayed competitive effect.”  Lecture given at the 14th International Conference on Gambling & Risk-Taking, Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

 

v Weiss, S. M, Reber, A. S., & Owen, D. R. (2007, April). The locus of focus: Attentional strategies in the acquisition of sensorimotor skills. Lecture given at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Denver, Colorado.

 

v Svedin, J., Coulson, J., & Weiss, S. M. (2007, April). The locus of focus: Attentional strategies in the acquisition of sensorimotor skills. Poster presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Denver, Colorado. 

 

v  Weiss, S. M., Reber, A. S., & Owen, D. R. (2003, July). Attentional strategies in the acquisition of sensorimotor skills. Symposium given with Norbert Hagemann, Richard Masters, and Marcus Raab at the XIth  European Congress of Sport Psychology, Copenhagen,  Denmark.

 

 

REVIEWER OF PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

v  Journal of Gambling Studies, 2008-2016 (ten reviews)

 

v Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 2010-2013 (four reviews)

 

v Perceptual & Motor Skills, 2012-2014 (two reviews)

 

v Journal of Sports Sciences, 2008-2010 (two reviews)

 

 

 

                                                    

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