Mace Coday, PhD
Dr. Coday's research focuses on the application of Social Cognitive Theory to health behavior change for physical activity, nutrition, and smoking cessation. Targeted areas of interest are underserved populations, and weight management.
- Assistant Professor, Department of Preventive Medicine and Psychiatry, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN
- PhD, 1992, University of Memphis, Clinical Psychology
- Coday, M., Klesges, L. M., Garrison, R. J., Johnson, K. C., O'Toole, M., & Morris, G. S. (2002). Health Opportunities with Physical Exercise (HOPE): Social contextual interventions to reduce sedentary behavior in urban settings. Health Education Research, 17(5), 637-647.
- Ory, M., Resnick, B., Jordan, P., Coday, M., Riebe, D., Garber, C., Pruitt, L., & Bazzarre, T. (2005). Screening, safety and adverse events in physical activity interventions: Results from the BCC. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 29(Suppl. 2), 20-28.
- Resnick, B., Ory, M., Coday, M., & Riebe, D. (2005). Older adults' perspectives on screening prior to initiating an exercise program. Prevention Science, 6(3), 203-211.
- King, A. C., Marcus, B., Ahn, D., Dunn, A., Rejeski, W. J., Sallis, J. F., & Coday, M. (in press). Predictors of maintenance of physical activity change among primary care patients: The Activity Counseling Trial. Health Psychology.
- King, A., Toobert, D., Strycker, L., Resnicow, K., Reibe, D., Garber, C., Morton, J., Braun, L., Sallis, J., & Coday, M. (in press). Perceived environments as physical activity correlates and moderators of interventions in five studies. American Journal of Health Promotion.