Kozub, F. M., & Samalot-Rivera, A. (in press). Interscholastic participation for athletes with
disabilities: How can School Based programs improve? Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.
Arroyo, R. A, Kozub, F. M.
(2019). Discuss bowling: A lead-up activity to teaching field events to elementary
children. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 90(8), 60-63.
Jagodzinski, L., & Kozub, F. M. (2018). Grip & Drop: Physical activity to promote independence in learners with serious
disabilities. STRATEGIES, 31, 29-39.
Santiago, S., & Kozub, F. M. (2018). Vison boxes: An inexpensive way to assess learning in elementary age children. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 89(2),
Kozub, F. M., & Reed, J. (2017). Preparing athletes with disabilities for powerlifting meets. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 39(6), 76-83.
Haegele, J. A., Hodge, S. R., & Kozub, F. M. (2017). Beliefs about Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviors of Adults with Visual
Impairments. Disability and Health Journal, 10, 571-579_.___
Madrona, P. G., Samalot-Riveria, A., & Kozub, F. M. (2016). Acquisition and Transfer of Values and Social Skills through a Physical Education
Program Focused on the Affective Domain. Journal Motricidade, 12(3), 1-4.
Sato, T., Samalot, A., & Kozub, F. M. (2016). New Graduate Entry: Students’ Transition to Adapted Physical Education Graduate
Program. The Physical Educator, 73, 433-439.
Sato, T., Kozub, F. M. & Samalot, A. (2016). Students’ Academic and Social Transition to Graduate Programs
in Physical Education. Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 11, 1-20.
Vega, V. V., & Kozub, F. M. (2016). Chiqui-traca-ban-tau: Movements and Creativity Expression without limits. STRATEGIES,