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T. Gilmour  Reeve 
Professor
Vice Provost
Bachelor's Degree(s): Physical Education, Texas Tech University, 1969
Master's Degree: Physical Education, Texas Tech University, 1972
PhD: Physical Education, Texas A&M University, 1976
Phone: 225-578-5513
Office: 146 Thomas Boyd Hall

Biography

Dr. T. Gilmour Reeve is the Vice Provost for Academic Programs, Planning, and Review, and Professor of Kinesiology. In 2008, Dr. Reeve joined LSU as the Helen “Bessie” Silverberg Pliner Professor and Chair of the Department of Kinesiology. He has served as President of four national organizations: The American Kinesiology Association (2009 – 2011); The Research Consortium (2008-2009) of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance; The American Academy for Kinesiology and Physical Education (now the National Academy of Kinesiology, 2004-2005), and The North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (1991-1992). He was the Editor-in-Chief for the Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (1999-2002) and was a member (2002-2006) and Chair (2005-2006) of the RQES Editorial Board. Dr. Reeve also served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Sport Behavior (1982 - 2008).  Dr. Reeve earned his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in 1976. He taught at Auburn University for 22 years, earning the Auburn Alumni Professorship (1991-1996) and the W. T. Smith Distinguished Professorship in Education (1998-1999). Prior to coming to LSU, he served as the Chair of the Department of Health, Exercise, and Sport Sciences (1999-2004) and as Director of Strategic Planning (2002-2008) in the President’s Office at Texas Tech University. Reeve’s research interests are human information processing aspects of motor skill acquisition and control and psychological factors related to physical activity. Additionally, Reeve publishes and does presentations and workshops on strategic planning and assessment of student learning outcomes. He is a 2007 graduate of the Society of College and University Planning (SCUP) Planning Institute.

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Selected Publications

 

Spirduso, W. W. & Reeve, T. G. (2011). The National Academy of Kinesiology 2010 review and evaluation of doctoral programs in kinesiology. Quest (in press).

 

Reeve, T. G. (2010). Assessment, accreditation, and accountability: Using the A-list to promote kinesiology program in higher education. Quest, 15 – 34.

 

Hart, M. A., & Reeve, T. G. (2007). Equivalency of reaction times for simple and primed tasks. Acta Psychologica, 125, 291 – 300.

 

Thomas, J. R., Clark, J. E, Feltz, D. L., Kretchmar, R. S., Morrow, J. R., Reeve, T. G., & Wade, M. G (2007). The Academy Promotes, Unifies, and Evaluates Doctoral Education in Kinesiology. Quest, 59, 174 – 194.

 

Reeve, T. G. (2007). Kinesiology: Defining the Academic Core of our Discipline. Quest, 59, 1 – 4. (Editor, The Academy Papers, Quest, 59 (1), 2007. A compilation of papers on Kinesiology as an academic discipline and its relationship to professional programs.)

 

Hart, M. A., Dornier, L. A., & Reeve, T. G.  (2006). Divided attention costs for speeded and non-speeded movements to near and far targets. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 51, 371-381.

 

Thomas, J. R., & Reeve, T. G. (2006). A review and evaluation of doctoral programs 2000 – 2004 by the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education. Quest, 58, 176 - 196.

 

Ulrich, B. D., & Reeve, T. G. (2005). Studies in Motor Behavior: 75 years of research in motor development, learning, and control. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 76, (2, supplement), S62 – S70. (Invited Paper)

 

Reeve, T. G. (2004). At the crossroads: The contributions of response selection processes to human performance. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75, 343 – 351. (Invited Paper)

 

Selected Presentations

 

Nguyen, P. T. T., Oliver, D., & Reeve, T. G. (2004, December). A research study of internal review processes for the new SACS principles of accreditation. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

 

Dornier, L. A., Hart, M., & Reeve, T. G. (2005, June). Does knowledge of secondary task movement production prior to or after completion of a primary task affect reaction time? NASPSPA, St. Pete Beach, FL.

 

Nguyen, P. T. T., Oliver, D., & Reeve, T. G. (2005, December). Achieving quality enhancement through institutional effectiveness in changing times. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

 

Dornier, L. A., Hart, M. A., & Reeve, T. G. (2006, April). Increased reaction time in nonspeeded tasks: Effect of delaying the second task. AAHPERD, Salt Lake City, UT.

 

Hart, L. A., Dornier, L. A., & Reeve, T. G. (2006, April). Investigating the response-response compatibility effect for response pairings with non-speeded second tasks. AAHPERD, Salt Lake City, UT.

 

Reeve, T. G. & Owens, A. R. (2009). Achieving institutional effectiveness through a multi-layer strategic planning process. Texas A&M University Annual Assessment Conference, College Station, TX.

 

Reeve, T. G. (2009). Assessment, Accreditation, and Accountability: Using the A-list to promote kinesiology programs in higher education. American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education Conference, San Diego, CA.

 

Reeve, T. G. & Owens, A. R. (2010). Strategic Planning and Assessment: Foundations for Accreditation and Accountability. Texas A&M University Annual Assessment Conference, College Station, TX.  

 

Reeve, T. G., Matthews, B. L., & Owens, A. R. (2011). Different Purposes, Parallel
Processes: Integrating Strategic Planning and Student Learning Outcomes Assessment, Texas A&M University Annual Assessment Conference, College Station, TX.