Nelson, R. & Coyle, C. (2010). Effects of a Bedtime Massage on Relaxation in Nursing Home Residents with Sleep Disorders, Activities Adaptation and Aging, 34:216-231
Iwasaki, Y., Coyle, C., & Shank, J.(2010) Leisure as a context for active living, recovery, health, and life quality for persons with mental illness in a global context. Health Promotion International, doi: 10.1093/heapro/daq037, 1-12.
Nelson, R, & Coyle, C. (2010). Using massage to reduce use of sedative-hypnotic drugs with older adults: A brief report from a pilot study, Journal of Applied Gerontology, 29(1), 129-139.
Coyle, C., Denault, V., Miller, R., Pham, T, & Thomas, C. (2008). Understanding systematic reviews and their implications for evidence-based practice by examining aerobic exercise as a recreation therapy intervention for individuals with major depressive disorders. American Journal of Recreation Therapy,7(3), 13-22.
Moore, E & Coyle, C. (2007). Using poetry in therapeutic recreation interventions with a focus on applications in behavioral healthcare. American Journal of Recreation Therapy 6(3), 35-47
Coyle, C.& Shank, J. (2005). The role of recreation and leisure in community inclusion for adults with mental illness: Issues page, University of Pennsylvania’s Collaborative on Community Integration, Rehabilitation, Research and Training Center’s Website. Available at http://www.upennrrtc.org/.
Blair, D. & Coyle, C. (2005). An examination of multicultural competencies of entry level certified therapeutic recreation specialists. Therapeutic Recreation Journal 39(2), 139-157.
Santiago, M. & Coyle, C. (2004). Leisure-time physical activity and secondary conditions in women with physical disabilities. Disability and Rehabilitation: An international, multidisciplinary journal, 26(8), 485-494.
Santiago, M. & Coyle, C. (2004). Leisure-time physical activity among women with mobility impairments: Implications for health promotion and leisure education. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 38(2), 188-205.
Coyle, C.& Santiago, M., (2002). Health care utilization among women with physical disabilities. Medscape General Medicine, MedGenMed Ob/Gyn & Women's Health, 4(3), available at http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/433156.
Coyle, C. Santiago, M., Ma, G., Shank, J., Boyd, R. (2000). Secondary conditions and women with physical disabilities: A descriptive study. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 81, 1380-1387.
Lawson, L., & Coyle, C. (2011). Therapeutic Recreation in Special Education: From Legislation to Practice. Alexandria, VA: American Therapeutic Recreation Association.
Shank, J. & Coyle, C. (2002). Therapeutic Recreation in Health Promotion and Rehabilitation. State College, PA: Venture Publishing (14 co-authored chapters, 279 pp).
Chapters in Text
Coyle, C.,Vliet, N., & Shank, J. (2010). TR and Rehabilitation. In Payne, L,. Ainsworth, B. & Godbey, G., Leisure, health and wellness: Making the connections, State College, PA: Venture Publishing, 263-275.
Murray, S. & Coyle, C. (2006). Education and Training Trends of Related Disciplines: Learning from Others. In Carter, M. & Folkerth, J., Therapeutic Recreation Education: Challenges and Changes,Ashburn, VA: National Recreation and Park Association, 129-164.