Office: KHS 113
Phone: (985) 549-2129
Southeastern faculty since 1996
KIN 321: Motor Learning
KIN 362: History of Sport and Physical Education
KIN 365: Exercise Adherence and Motivation
HS/KIN 601: Statistics in Health Studies/Kinesiology
KIN 612: Motor Learning
B.S., Health and Physical Education, University of Southwestern Louisiana, 1986
M.S., Education, Baylor University, 1987
Ph.D., Kinesiology, Louisiana State University, 1995
Humphries, C., Hebert, E., Daigle, K., & Martin, J. (2012). Development of a physical
education teaching efficacy scale. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise
Science, 16, 284-299.
Lawrence, H. J., Merckx, C., & Hebert, E. (2009). The official visit experience of NCAA Division I recruited student-athletes. The SMART Journal [Sport Management and Related Topics], 5 (1), 69-83.
Daigle, Hebert, & Humphries, C.(2007). Children's understanding of health and health-related behavior: The influence of age and information source. Education, 128 (2), 237-247.
Porter, J.M., Landin, D., Hebert, E.P., & Baum, B. (2007). The effects of three levels of contextual interference on performance outcomes and movement patterns in golf skills. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 2 (3), 243-255.
Hollander, Kraemer, Kilpatrick, Ramadan, Reeves, Francois, Hebert, & Tryniecki (2007). Maximal eccentric and concentric strength discrepancies between young men and women for dynamic resistance exercise. Journal of Strength and ConditioningResearch, 21, 34-40.
Kraemer, Hollander, Reeves, Francois, Ramadan, Meeker, Tryniecki, Hebert, & Castracane (2006). Similar hormone responses to concentric and eccentric muscle actions using relative loading. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 96, 551-557.
Synovitz, Hebert, Carlson, & Kelley (2005). College students' sexuality education, sexual behaviors, and sexual behavioral intent. American Journal of Health Studies, 20, 47-57
Wood, R.J.& Hebert, E.(2005). The relationship between spiritual meaning and purpose and drug and alcohol use among college students. American Journal of Health Studies, 20, 72-79.
Guillot, J., Kilpatrick, M., Hebert, E., & Hollander, D. (2004). Applying the Transtheoretical Model to exercise adherence in clinical settings. American Journal of Health Studies, 19, 1-10.
Hebert, E. P., Landin, D., & Solmon, M. A. (2004). The impact of task progressions on college students' skill achievement in tennis. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 46 (3), 227-248.
Kilpatrick, M., Hebert, E., Bartholomew, J., Hollander, D., & Stromberg, D. (2003). Effect of exertional trend during cycle ergometry on post-exercise affect. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 74, 353-359.
Landin, D., Hebert, E. P., Menickelli, J., & Grisham, W. (2003). The contextual interference continuum: What level of interference is best for adult novices? Journal of Human Movement Studies, 44, 19-35.
Drake, D., & Hebert, E. P. (2002). Perceptions of occupational stress and strategies for avoiding burnout: Case studies of two female teacher-coaches. The Physical Educator, 59 (4), 170-183.