|RSM 325||Therapeutic Recreation and Lifestyle Planning|
|RSM 420||Principles of Therapeutic Recreation|
|RSM 430||Organization and Administration of Recreation Services|
Scott’s primary research interests focus on examining how perceptions of parental support and individual motivation may have an effect on adolescent leisure behavior, particularly physical activity. Scott’s secondary research interests focus on how the built environment may have an effect on physical activity among urban, minority adolescents. Outcomes of his research aim to provide programming and resources toward prevention/intervention strategies for parents, adolescents, school administrators, and parks and recreation professionals.
|PhD||The Pennsylvania State University||Recreation, Park & Tourism Management|
|MA||University of Tennessee, Knoxville||Recreation & Leisure Studies
|BA||University of Tennessee, Knoxville||Exercise Science|
Waller, S.N., Wozencroft, A.J., & Scott, J.L. (2017) Compassion fatigue among disability camp staff: An exploratory study. Annals of Leisure Research, 20(2), 206-221, DOI: 10.1080/11745398.2016.1162724
Xie, J., Scott, J.L., & Caldwell, L. (2018) Urban Adolescents’ Physical Activity Experience, Physical Activity Levels and Use of Screen-Based Media During Leisure Time: A Structural Model. Frontiers Psychology-Developmental Psychology.
Scott, J. L., Wozencroft, A. J., & Waller, S. N., & Parsons, M.D. (in press) Positive youth development for youth with disabilities in a therapeutic camp setting. Journal of Youth Development.
Scott, J. L., Wozencroft, A. J., & Waller, S. N. (in press). Ecological momentary
assessment research in therapeutic recreation. Therapeutic Recreation Journal.
Wozencroft, A. J., Scott, J. L., & Waller, S. N. (in press). Professional quality of life in recreation therapists. Therapeutic Recreation Journal.