Tyler Prochnow, PhD
Tyler Prochnow, PhD
Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University
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Social network analysis in child and adolescent physical activity research: a systematic literature review
T Prochnow, H Delgado, MS Patterson, MRU Meyer
Journal of Physical Activity and Health 17 (2), 250-260, 2020
Social networks, group exercise, and anxiety among college students
MS Patterson, LR Gagnon, A Vukelich, SE Brown, JL Nelon, T Prochnow
Journal of American College Health 69 (4), 361-369, 2021
Come together, play, be active: Physical activity engagement of school-age children at Play Streets in four diverse rural communities in the US
MRU Meyer, CNB Hamilton, T Prochnow, ME McClendon, KT Arnold, ...
Preventive medicine 129, 105869, 2019
Transforming city streets to promote physical activity and health equity
KM Pollack Porter, T Prochnow, P Mahoney, H Delgado, ...
Health Affairs 38 (9), 1475-1483, 2019
Examining the implementation of Play Streets: A systematic review of the grey literature
CN Bridges, TM Prochnow, EC Wilkins, KMP Porter, MRU Meyer
Journal of public health management and practice 26 (3), E1, 2020
A social network approach to analyzing body dissatisfaction among sorority members using two network generators
T Prochnow, MS Patterson, MR Umstattd Meyer
Journal of American College Health 69 (2), 159-167, 2021
Social support, depressive symptoms, and online gaming network communication
T Prochnow, MS Patterson, L Hartnell
Mental Health and Social Inclusion, 2020
Network Effects on Adolescents’ Perceived Barriers to Physical Activity
T Prochnow, TJ van Woudenberg, MS Patterson
Journal of Physical Activity and Health 17 (9), 889-894, 2020
Papás activos: Associations between physical activity, sedentary behavior and personal networks among fathers living in Texas colonias
T Prochnow, MR Umstattd Meyer, MS Patterson, ME McClendon, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (24), 9243, 2020
A social network analysis approach to group and individual perceptions of child physical activity
T Prochnow, MS Patterson, MR Umstattd Meyer
Health Education Research, 2020
I play, you play, we play: Concurrent activity at Play Streets
T Prochnow, MR Umstattd Meyer, K Pollack Porter
Research quarterly for exercise and sport, 1-11, 2020
The social network of medical case managers, housing providers, and health department staff in the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program: A Midwest case study
JS Lightner, JR Shank, R McBain, T Prochnow
PloS one 15 (8), e0238430, 2020
Assessing physical activity in temporary spaces: Application of SOPARC/iSOPARC® for Play Streets
MR Umstattd Meyer, T Prochnow, CN Bridges, T Carlton, E Wilkins, ...
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 91 (2), 346-353, 2020
Using network analysis to conduct a system-wide program evaluation within a university
MS Patterson, T Prochnow, RG Richardson, KP Jackson
Evaluation and Program Planning 79, 101783, 2020
Effectiveness of Disseminating School Physical Activity Information on Facebook during a Pandemic: A Mixed‐Method Analysis
A Ross, J Edmeade, T Prochnow
Journal of School Health 91 (11), 959-966, 2021
The Development and Pilot Testing of the ¡Haz Espacio Para Papi! Program Physical Activity Curriculum for Mexican-heritage Fathers and Children
T Prochnow, MR Umstattd Meyer, C Johnson, H Delgado, L Gómez, ...
American Journal of Health Education 52 (3), 145-153, 2021
Network autocorrelation of perceived physical activity skill competence among adolescents at a summer care program: A pilot study
T Prochnow, MS Patterson, CN Bridges Hamilton, H Delgado, S Craig, ...
American Journal of Health Promotion 35 (3), 430-433, 2021
Physical activity space methodology for assessment and prioritization (PASMAP): Combining systematic observations with community perceptions to identify community physical …
MRU Meyer, KR Ylitalo, T Prochnow, LA Gómez, JR Sharkey
Health & Place 66, 102443, 2020
Health coalition collaboration network, perceived satisfaction and success
T Prochnow, MS Patterson, J Sharkey, MRU Meyer
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2020
Depressive symptoms associations with online and in person networks in an online gaming community: a pilot study
T Prochnow, MS Patterson, L Hartnell, MRU Meyer
Mental Health Review Journal, 2020
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