• Can you swim?: an exploration of measuring real and perceived water competency 

      Moran, Kevin; Stallman, Robert Keig; Kjendlie, Per-Ludvik; Dahl, Dagmar; Blitvich, Jennifer; Petrass, Lauren A.; McElroy, G. Keith; Goya, Toshiaki; Teramoto, Keisuke; Matsui, Atsunori; Shimongata, Shuji (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      Little is known about the relationship between real and perceived water competence among youth in the context of drowning prevention or of their perceptions of their risk of drowning. This study reports the findings of ...
    • Drag characteristics of competitive swimming children and adults 

      Kjendlie, Per-Ludvik; Stallman, Robert Keig (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2008-02)
      The aims of this study were to compare drag in swimming children and adults, quantify technique using the technique drag index (TDI), and use the Froude number (Fr) to study whether children or adults reach hull speed at ...
    • A proposed framework for developing a plan for research in lifesaving and water safety 

      Stallman, Robert Keig; Kjendlie, Per-Ludvik (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2008-02)
      In the centers for aquatic research, the infrastructure, methodology, and expertise already exist. What remains is to integrate the needs and interests of lifesaving research into these programs. Especially in physiology ...