The Sport Information Resource Centre
The Sport Information Resource Centre

Thank you for attending this year’s virtual poster session! 

 

Didn’t have the chance to attend? View the research posters and respective abstracts below to learn about the latest discoveries and cutting-edge insights on sport participation evidence in Canada. 

PresenterAbstractPoster
Kristi Allain, St. Thomas UniversityWinter of Our Contentment: Examining Risk, Pleasure, and Emplacement in Later-Life Physical Activity Kristi Allain SCRI 2020
Joseph Baker, York UniversityThe Canadian Paralympian Project: Factors affecting long-term development in para sportJoseph Baker SCRI 2020 
Joseph Baker, York University (on behalf of Nima Dehghansai, York University)A Comprehensive Analysis of Factors Affecting the Development of Expertise in Para Sport AthletesNima Dehghansai SCRI 2020
Simon Barrick, Cape Breton UniversityImmigration, integration, and winter sport participation: Exploring the intersections for newcomers to CanadaSimon Barrick SCRI 2020
Krista Chandler, University of WindsorAn online psychological skills training program for athletes with a disability: Perceptions of module functionality, engagement and overall experienceKrista Chandler SCRI 2020
Colin Deal, University of AlbertaContribution in the Context of Youth SportColin Deal SCRI 2020
Curtis Fogel, Brock University & Daniel Sailofsky, McGill UniversitySpectator Violence in Youth Hockey in CanadaCurtis Fogel & Daniel Sailofsky SCRI 2020
Zarina Giannone, University of British ColumbiaAthletes in Transition: A Novel Intervention Targeting Elite Athletes’ Identity DevelopmentZarina Giannone SCRI 2020
Michael Godfrey, University of WindsorCultural diversity in interdependent sport teamsMichael Godfrey SCRI 2020
Nicola Hodges, University British ColumbiaLearning from elite and recreational soccer girls about sport longevity and “success” through the quantification of practice and play amounts: Methods and some preliminary dataNicola Hodges SCRI 2020  
Amélie Keyser-Verreault, Université Laval (on behalf of Sophie Briere, Université Laval)Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Practices in Sports OrganizationsSophie Briere SCRI 2020    
Jeemin Kim, University of Toronto (on behalf of Katherine Tamminen, University of Toronto)Athletes’ self-regulation and interpersonal emotion regulation in performance settingsKatherine Tamminen SCRI 2020
Kent Kowalski, University of SaskatchewanMen Athletes, Masculinity, and Self-compassion: What We Know So Far So FarKent Kowalski SCRI 2020
Nicole Luymes (nee Reinders), Wilfrid Laurier UniversityEvaluating the Needs of Families Raising Children With and Without Disabilities: Focus on Physical ActivityNicole Luymes SCRI 2020
Thierry Middleton, Laurentian UniversityThe Role of Sport in Forced Immigrant Youths’ Acculturative JourneysThierry Middleton SCRI 2020
Thierry Middleton, Laurentian University (on behalf of Robert Schinke, Laurentian University)The Acculturation of Youth Refugees through Community Sport Programming: Year ThreeRobert Schinke SCRI 2020
Katie Misener, University of WaterlooWhy social responsibility matters to community sportKatie Misener SCRI 2020
Laura Misener, Western UniversityProject Echo: Examining Post-Event Ripple EffectsLaura Misener SCRI 2020
Kristen Morrison, University of WaterlooDeveloping a typology of strategic approaches to membership growth in community sportKristen Morrison SCRI 2020
Krystn Orr, University of TorontoExperiencing the social environment of a canoe-kayak club: A case study of a Special Olympics programKrystn Orr SCRI 2020
Milena Parent, University of OttawaAddressing Governance, Branding, and Social Media Issues with Canadian NSOsMilena Parent SCRI 2020
Zoe Poucher, University of TorontoMental health in Canadian elite athletesZoe Poucher SCRI 2020 
Enrico Quilico, University of TorontoScoping Review of the Characteristics, Outcomes, and Sex/Gender Considerations of Community-Based Physical Activity Interventions for Individuals with Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain InjuryEnrico Quilico SCRI 2020 
Dawn Trussell, Brock University & Shannon Kerwin, Brock UniversityDeconstructing sport governance: Do current models reflect inclusive practice?Dawn Trussell & Shannon Kerwin SCRI 2020
Claire Tugault-Lafleur, University of British Colombia, (on behalf of Patti-Jean Naylor, University of Victoria)Predicting fundamental movement skill and physical activity delivery in early years childcare over time: a multi-level analysisPatti Jean Naylor SCRI 2020
Nicholas Wattie, University of Ontario Institute of TechnologyThe long and winding road: Macro developmental histories of Canadian Sport OfficialsNicholas Wattie SCRI 2020