Adjunct Assistant Professor of Research
1540 Alcazar St., CHP 155, Los Angeles, CA 90089-9006
Rebecca Lewthwaite is an adjunct assistant professor of research who specializes in evidence-based practice, psychological/behavioral science in physical therapy, motivation and learning, and self-efficacy.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Kinesiology, University of California, Los Angeles
- Master of Science, Kinesiology, University of California, Los Angeles
- Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, University of California, Los Angeles
- Winstein CJ, Rose DK, Tan SM, Lewthwaite R, Chui HC, Azen SP. “A randomized controlled comparison of upper extremity rehabilitation strategies in acute stroke: immediate and longer-term outcomes.” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 85:620-628, 2004
- Lewthwaite R & Orozco JR. “Initiatives to advance evidence-based practice in physical therapy: Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center and the University of Southern California.” Proceedings of the Conference on Evidence-based Healthcare Practice: General Principles and Focused Applications to Geriatric Physical Therapy (R. Wong, Ed.), Marymount University, Arlington, VA, 2002.
- Roach K, Gandy J, Deusinger SS, Clark S, Gramet P, Gresham B, Hagler P, Lewthwaite R, May BJ, Rainey Y, Sanders B, & Strube MJ. [Task Force for the Development of Student Clinical Performance Instruments] “The development and testing of APTA Clinical Performance Instruments.” Physical Therapy, 82: 329-353, 2002.
- Winstein C J, Pohl PS, & Lewthwaite R. “Effects of physical guidance and knowledge of results on motor learning: Support for the Guidance Hypothesis.” Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 65:316-323,1994.
- Lewthwaite R. “Motivational considerations in physical activity involvement.” Physical Therapy, 70:808-819, 1990.