- John Bartholomew
John Bartholomew graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Harvard University, where he was a three-year letter winner on the varsity football team. He then earned a Ph.D. in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Arizona State University. He came to The University of Texas in 1996 and lives in Round Rock, TX with his wife Pam and daughters Blair and Emma.
Ph.D. in Exercise Science, Sport Psychology, Arizona State University, Tempe, 1996
B.A. in Psychology, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1989
Researches the effect of exercise on mental health to improve mood and reduce stress.
Member, Signature Course Advisory Committee, Texas Undergraduate Studies(2020)
Resaland, GK., Fusche Moe, V., Bartholomew, JB., Andersen, LB., McKay, HA., Anderssen, SA. & Aadland, E. (2018). Gender-specific effects of physical activity on children¹s academic performance: The Active Smarter Kids cluster randomized controlled trail. Preventive Medicine, 106, 171–176.
Bartholomew, JB., Jowers, JM., Roberts, G., Fall, AM., Errisuriz, VL. & Vaughn, S. (2018). Active Learning Increases Children's Physical Activity across Demographic Subgroups. Translation Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine, 3, 1–9.
Dooley, E.E.., Golaszewski, N.M.. & Bartholomew, J.B.. (2017). Estimating the Accuracies at Exercise Intensities: The Accuracy of Self-monitoring Heart Rate and Physical Activity Wearable Devices. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 5(e34). doi:10.2196/mhealth.7043.
Bartholomew, J.B.., Jowers, J.M.., Errisuriz, V.L.., Vaughn, S. & Roberts, G. (2017). A Cluster Randomized Control Trial to Assess the Impact of Active Learning on Child Activity, Attention Control, and Academic Outcomes: The Texas I-CAN Trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 61, 81–86.
Resaland, GK., Aadland, E., Nilsen, AKO., Bartholomew, JB., Andersen, LB. & Anderssen, SA. (2017). The effect of a two-year school-based daily physical activity intervention on a clustered CVD risk factor scoreThe Sogndal school-intervention study. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 1–9. doi:10.1111/sms.12955.
Lattimer, L., Bartholomew, J.B.., Jowers, E.M.. & Korineck, E. (2016). Elementary school lunch categorization and correlations with dietitian recommendations. Perspectives in Public Health, 136, 43–49.
Grieco, L.A.., Jowers, E.M.., Errisuriz, V.L.. & Bartholomew, J.B.. (2016). Physically Active vs Sedentary Academic Lessons: A Dose Response Study for Elementary Student Time on Task. Preventive Medicine, 89, 98–103.
Faulk, K. & Bartholomew, J. (2012). The moderating effect of physical activity on cardiovascular reactivity following a single, high fat feeding.. Psychophysiology, 49, 145–149.
Bartholomew, J. & Jowers, E. (2011). Physically active academic lessons in elementary children.. Preventive Medecine, 52, 51–54.
Lutz, R., Stults-Kolehmainen, M. & Bartholomew, J. (2010). Exercise caution when stressed: Stages of change and the stress-exercise participation relationship.. Psychology of Exercise and Sport, 11, 560–567.
Bibeau, W., Moore, J., Mitchell, N., Vargas-Tonsing, T. & Bartholomew, J. (2010). Effects of acute resistance training of different intensities and rest periods on anxiety and affect.. Journal of Strength Conditioning Research, 24(8), 2184–2191.
Grieco, L., Jowers, E. & Bartholomew, J. (2009). Physically active academic lessons and time on task: Moderating Effect of Body Mass Index.. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(10), 1921–1926.
Building the evidence base for physically-active academic games
Funding Agency: National Institutes of Health, NICHHD -- R01. Total Costs: $2,410,177
Walk Texas! Physical Activity Program
Texas Department of Health - Texas Diabetes Council. Total Costs: $635,862
Low fat entrées and school lunch: Selection and participation rates across SES
Funding Agency: National Institutes of Health, NIDDK - R21. Total Costs: $417,875
Evaluation of the Texas I-CAN Curriculum
National Institutes of Health, NIDDK - R21. Total Costs: $405,430
Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine
Fellow, American Academy of Kinesiology
Dean's Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Texas at Austin, College of Education
Graduate Teaching Award, Kinesiology and Health Education
Exercise Reduces Stress But Does It Make You Feel Good, University Lecture Series,
|2020||Spring||KIN 697P: Graduate Internship|
|2020||Spring||KIN 352K: Spt, Soc, Intl Olympic Mt-Den|
|2020||Spring||KIN 348: Psych Aspects Of Exercise|
|2020||Spring||KIN 119: Maymester Seminar: Denmark|
|2019||Spring||KIN 697P: Graduate Internship|
|2019||Spring||KIN 395: Psychological Aspects Of Exer|
|2019||Spring||KIN 352K: Spt, Soc, Intl Olympic Mt-Sui|
|2019||Spring||KIN 119: Maymester Seminar: Switzerland|
|2018||Spring||KIN 697P: Graduate Internship|
|2018||Spring||KIN 348: Psych Aspects Of Exercise|
|2017||Spring||KIN 697P: Graduate Internship|
|2017||Spring||KIN 395: 43-Psychology Of Exercise|
|2017||Spring||KIN 311K: Sport Psychology-Sui|
|2016||Spring||KIN 697P: Graduate Internship|
|2016||Spring||KIN 348: Psych Aspects Of Exercise|
|2015||Spring||KIN 697P: Graduate Internship|
|2015||Spring||KIN 395: 43-Psychology Of Exercise|
|2014||Spring||KIN 348: Psych Aspects Of Exercise|