Publications

This page contains peer reviewed and non-peer reviewed articles and posters authored by Bob Reese. It also links to slide shows from presentations; and forms and articles utilized in Courses, Seminars, & Workshops taught by Bob.

Bob’s CV available upon request: bob@nextstepfacilitations.com

Course Forms & Articles: Winner’s Mentality & Sports Hypnosis Certification

Course Forms & Articles: Enneagram

PowerPoint Presentations

Peer Reviewed Articles, Papers, Book Chapters (Recent & Noteworthy) 

  • Reese, B. (2013). Using technology to engage Millennials in learning. In E. A. Janak & D. F. Blum (Eds.), The pedagogy of pop: Theoretical and practical strategies for success (Ch 9). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Reese, B. (2005). The impact of a mental skills training program for enhanced performance on a varsity intercollegiate volleyball team: A case study program evaluation of an educational intervention. Ph.D. Dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & StateUniversity, Blacksburg, VA.
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  • Reese, B. (2004). Sports and hypnosis. In D.F. Damon (Ed.), The official consumer guide to hypnosis (p. 61-62). Merrimack, NH: National Guild of Hypnotists.
  • Reese, B. (Sept., 1996). Hypnosis ~ A Case Involving Hypnosis/Guided Imagery as an Adjunct Treatment of a Fractured Wrist. Athletic Therapy Today 1(5), 18-20, 1996
  • Reese, B. (2011, April). iClickers & voice-over PPT: Using technology to engage millennials in learning. Paper  presented at the 2010 National Popular Culture & American Culture Conference, San Antonio, TX (.5 hr) Apr. 2011PCA-ACA_Millennials_Abstract_2011
  • Nicholas, J.A., Gliem, G.W., Nordeen-Snyder, B.A., Reese, R. (1980). On the probability of injury in professional football players:  A model of discriminant analysis. Paper presented at annual meeting of American orthopedic surgeons society of sports medicine at Big Sky, Montana, July 1980.

Peer Reviewed Poster Presentations (Recent & Noteworthy)

  • Reese, B., Koffamus, M., Quisenberry, A., Bixel, K., Seymour, N., Bianco, A., Patterson, D., Bickel, W. (2015, June). The 13th Step: More on Thriving in Recovery. Poster presented at the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) 4th World Congress on Positive Psychology, Orlando, FL.
  • Reese, B. (2013, Feb) Engaging Online Students: Threaded Discussions (TDs) – Hit or Miss? Poster presented at 5th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech  Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research (CIDER), Blacksburg, VA. 
  • Reese, B. (2011, July). Forgiveness interventions geared for the classroom. Poster presented at the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) 2nd World Congress on Positive Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Reese, B. (2011, Jan). Engaging audio learning with voice-over PowerPoint (updated). Poster presented at 3rd Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech  Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research (CIDER), Blacksburg, VA. Abstract: VT_Pedagogy_2011
  • Reese, B., (2008, Oct). Engaging audio learning with voice-over PowerPoint. Poster presented at the 7th annual meeting of Southeastern Teaching of Psychology Conference (SETOP) Getting Connected: Best Practices in Technology-Enhanced Teaching & Learning in Psychology. Atlanta, GA.
  • Reese, B., Stratton, R., Bennett, G. (2006, June). The impact of a mental skills training program on mental toughness within a varsity intercollegiate volleyball team: A case study program evaluation of an educational intervention. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Miami, FL.
  • Reese, B., Stratton, R., Bennett, G. (2006, June). The impact of a mental skills training program for enhanced performance on a varsity intercollegiate volleyball team: A case study program evaluation of an educational intervention. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Miami, FL.

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