JUDY SANDLIN
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Primary Emphasis Area: Human Resource Development
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Short Bio
Dr. Judy Reed Sandlin received her Ph.D. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Statistics and Research Design from Texas A&M University in 1993. Dr. Sandlin joined the Educational Administration and Human Resource Development Department at Texas A&M University as a Clinical Assistant Professor in 2007. Dr. Sandlin teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in measurement and evaluation, statistics, and research design. She developed the undergraduate research design course and has developed on-line delivery versions of all of the courses she teaches. Dr. Sandlin's research focuses on sport and character development and college student health issues. She has written 32 peer-reviewed journal articles and abstracts and has presented at international, national, and state conventions. Dr. Sandlin has served on 24 doctoral committees and seven master's committees. Since 2014, she has taken over 200 students on domestic and international study abroad trips. Dr. Sandlin was named a Aggies Commit Faculty Fellow in 2015 and Corps Academic Mentor of the Year in 2013. Dr. Sandlin currently serves as a TrueSport Education Ambassador for the United States Anti-Doping Agency.
Publications (journal articles, books, book chapters)*

1. Sandlin, J. R., Keathley, R. S., & Sandlin, M. E. (2016). Consequences of alcohol consumption: Gender differences among college students. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 87(2), A78

2. Sandlin, M.E., Sandlin, J.R., & Keathley, R.S. (2016). Decision-making styles: Are they related to college student health. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 87(2), A63.

3. Keathley, R. S. & Sandlin, J. R. (2016). Social capital in the workplace: Potential implications for employee health. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 87(2), A79.

4. Rolston, E. J., Sandlin, J. R., Sandlin, M. E., & Keathley, R. S. (2007). Power napping: Effects on cognitive ability and stress levels among college students. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 78 (1), 42.

5. Vannoy, L. A., Bass, M. A., Keathley, R. S., Sandlin, J. R., & Sandlin, M. E. (2006). Alcohol behaviors and attitude: Do they vary between evangelical Christian and regional state supported universities? Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 77 (1), 28.

6. Keathley, R.S., Sandlin, J.R., Sandlin, M.E. & Bounds, R.G. (2005). Personal protective equipment: Time effects on initiation of lifesaving support. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 76 (1), 45.

7. Keathley, R. S., Sandlin, J. R. , & Sandlin, M. E. (2004). Breathing barriers and the likelihood of beginning lifesaving care. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75 (1), 2

8. Keathley, R. S., Sandlin, J. R., & Sandlin, M. E. (2004). The HIV/AIDS knowledge of female offenders within the Texas department of criminal justice system. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75 (1), 25-26.

9. Gibbons, E. E., Blassingame, C. L., Rust, D.M., & Reed, J. L. (2000). Effects of sex composition by class and instructor's sex on physical self-efficacy of college men. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 90, 105-110.

10. McBride, R., & Reed, J. (1998). Thinking and college athletes--Are they predisposed to critical thinking? The College Student Journal, 32, 443-450.

* Publication was joint-authored with students
Diss Publication was from a dissertation
ROS Publication was from a record of study

Courses Taught
Former Doctoral Students
Jill Balzer (Fall, 14), Ed.D.
Bradley Schnautz (Fall, 14), Ed.D.
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