Citius Altius Fortius – Journal of Physical Education and Sport hette den en gång. Så släppte man det olympiska mantrat i början och det blev Journal of Physical Education and Sport (JPES). Tidskriften publiceras av universitetet i Pitesti, Rumänien, är peer reviewed och alla artiklar publiceras online och är fritt tillgängliga. Så här presenterar tidskriften sig:
Scope – The main objective of JPES is to reunite specialists from different fields, such as sport, physical activity, Kinesiology, education, health and nutrition, in order to provide the opportunity of multidisciplinary debates and comprehensive understanding of how physical activity influences human life. Researchers from areas related to sport and health will be invited to publish their newest gathered information and its practical applicability. The target group involves specialists from different fields, such as: academic researchers, kinesitherapists, Physical Education and sport teachers, physicians in sports medicine, psychologists, nutritionists, coaches or any other specialists related to the sport domain.
JPES try to be a stimulus and a dissemination instrument of the research activity of Romanian and foreign investigators. The aim of JPES is to publish articles in: natural sciences of sport; social and behavioral sciences and humanities; sport management; sports medicine; sport pedagogy and sport itself. The Journal also aims to facilitate and enhance communication across all sub-disciplines of the sport sciences. The journal awaits original papers, review articles, technical reports and short communications containing a new insight into any aspect of Sport sciences that are not published or not being considered for publication elsewhere.
Tidskriften efterlyser bidrag också från idrottsforum.orgs skrivande läsekrets.Och liksom den eminenta tidskriften finns också JPES på Facebook, dock med blygsam aktivitet än så länge.!
Det nummer som nu är ute är nr 3 2012 (av fyra per år), och innehåller följande artiklar:
Art # 38, pp. 245 – 252
Comparison of a PE4LIFE Curriculum to a Traditional Physical Education
RO DI BREZZO1, A. PAGE GLAVE2, MICHELLE GRAY3, CATHY D. LIRGG4
1Director – Human Performance Laboratory, University Professor – Health, Human Performance, and
Recreation, University of Arkansas, USA
2Assistant Professor – Department of Health and Kinesiology, Sam Houston State University, USA
3Assistant Professor – Health, Human Performance, and Recreation, University of Arkansas, USA
4Associate Professor – Health, Human Performance, and Recreation, University of Arkansas, USA
Art # 39, pp. 253 – 258
Constructing personality profile of charismatic hockey player Dhanraj Pillay
DR. N. K. RATHEE1, DR. SUMAN BALA2
1 Delaware State University, Dover, USA,
2 Government College, Sec 11, Chandigarh, INDIA
Art # 40, pp. 259 – 266
Effect of maximum voluntary isometric contraction of antagonist muscles in rate of torque development of agonist muscles
ELEFTHERIA BAKALOUDI1, CHRYSTALLA PANTELI1, ANTHI XENOFONTOS1, ELENI BASSA1,
1Laboratory of Coaching and Sport Performance, Department of Physical Education and Sport Science,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, GREECE
Art # 41, pp. 267 – 273
Sport and School Integration: a New Approach to Understand the Dropout in Junior High School. A Theoretical Proposal Applied to the French Case.
ALESSANDRO BERGAMASCHI1, JACQUES MÉARD2
1,2Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, FRANCE
Art # 42, pp. 274 – 283
Modeling of anthropometric determinants of rowing ergometer performance on a distance of 500 meters for physically inactive males
DARIUSZ CHOSZCZ 1, ROBERT PODSTAWSKI 2STANISŁAW KONOPKA 1
1 Chair of Foundations of Safety, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Warmia & Mazury,
2 Department for Physical Education and Sport, University of Warmia & Mazury in Olsztyn, Olsztyn,
Art # 43, pp. 284 – 288
The potentials of bodily experience in the construction of knowledge: “bodilydynamic concept maps” as eaching-learning proposal for “meaningful learning”
MAURIZIO SIBILIO1, PAOLA AIELLO2
1Full Professor in Didactics and Special Pedagogy at the Department of Human, Philosophical and Educational
Sciences and Responsible of Handicap Laboratory at the University of Salerno – ITALY.
2Assistant Professor in Didactics and Special Pedagogy at the Department of Human, Philosophical
and Educational Sciences of the University of Salerno – ITALY
Art # 44, pp. 289 – 301
An ESR study on fingernail as a biological dosimeter
SEYDA ÇOLAK1,TURAN ÖZBEY2
1,2 Hacettepe University, Engineering of Physics Department, 06800, Beytepe, Ankara, TURKEY
Art # 45, pp. 302 – 309
Physical Fitness and Academic Achievement of Elementary School Students: a cross-sectional survey in Southern Taiwan
KUO-MING, WANG 1, PENG-SHENG, WANG 2, YI-CHING, HUANG 3
1Department of Exercise and Health Science, National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Science,
2 Kaohsiung Municipal Jhuang Jing Elementary School, Kaohsiung City, TAIWAN
3 Professor in the Department of Exercise and Health Science National Taipei University of Nursing and Health
Science, Taipei, TAIWAN
Art # 46, pp. 310 – 315
The effect of high-intensity half-squat to the jump performance in recreationally active men.
MILTIADIS FOUNTAS1, ELEFTHERIA BAKALOUDI2, ELENI BASSA3, ANTHI XENOFONTOS4,
1,2,3,4,5,Laboratory of Coaching and Sport Performance, Department of Physical Education and Sport Science,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, GREECE
Art # 47, pp. 316 – 323
The effect of a balance and proprioception training program on amateur basketball players’ passing skills.
KOSTOPOULOS NIKOLAOS¹, BEKRIS EVANGELOS¹, APOSTOLIDIS NIKOLAOS¹, KAVROULAKIS
EMMANOUIL², KOSTOPOULOS PANAGIOTIS².
1University of Athens. Department of Sports Science. GREECE
2Democritous University of Thrace. Department of Sports Science. GREECE
Art # 48, pp. 324 – 330
Data concerning the correlation between tobacco, alcohol, Internet and sports results on a group of students from the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Timisoara
GLIGOR SERBAN, PETRACOVSCHI SIMONA
Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, West University Timisoara, Romania
Art # 49, pp. 331 – 335
Scanning Research on the Handball Team Players of Alshealah Sport for 2010 – 2011 Season of the Syrian First Class Handball Clubs.
AHMAD ABDULRAHMAN ALMASALMAH
University TESHREEN, Department GAMES, City Alladikia, SYRIA
Art # 50, pp. 336 -342
Evaluation study of joint mobility, coordination and muscle strength In students of non-speciality faculties
University of Pitesti, Physical Education and Sport Department, Pitesti, ROMANIA
Art # 51, pp. 343 – 349
An Investigation of a Model of Personal-Situational Factors, Stress and Burnout in Track and Field Coaches
KARABATSOS GEORGIOS 1, APOSTOLIDIS NIKOLAOS 2
1Department of Track and Fields, Faculty of Physical Education & Sport Science, University of Athens.
2Department of Games and Sports, Faculty of Physical Education & Sport Science, University of Athens.
Art # 52, pp. 350 – 357
Equality of the genders in Physical Education: The Studends’ Perceptions
KATERINA ZARAVIGKA1, VASSILIS PANTAZIS2
1,2Human studies, Hellenic Open University, University of Thessaly, GREECE.
Art # 53, pp. 358 – 361
Exergames in motor skill learning
PIO ALFREDO DI TORE1, GAETANO RAIOLA2
1PhD student, DISUFF (Human, Philosophical and Education Sciences), University of Salerno, ITALY
2PhD, adjunct professor, University of Salerno and University of Basilicata, ITALY
Art # 54, pp. 362 – 370
Evaluation of soccer performance in professional, semi-professional and amateur players of the same club
EVANGELIA PAPAEVANGELOU1, THOMAS METAXAS2, CHRISTOS RIGANAS3, ATHANASIOS
MANDROUKAS4, EFSTRATIOS VAMVAKOUDIS5
1,2,3,4,5Laboratory of Ergophysiology-Ergometry, Department of Physical Education and Sports Science,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, GREECE.
Art # 55, pp. 371 – 380
Differences in Social Skills of Cypriot Students in the Physical Education Class
EFSTATHIOS CHRISTODOULIDES1, VASSILIKI DERRI 2, OLIA TSIVITANIDOU3, EFTHIMIS
1Department of Sport Science, University of Nicosia, CYPRUS
2Department of Physical Education and Sport Science, Democritus University of Thrace, HELLAS
3Department of Education, University of Cyprus, CYPRUS
Art # 56, pp. 380 – 384
What variables shape player’s performance in professional teams/clubs
JAWAD KAYANI1, M. QAMAR ZIA2, TAHIR ABBAS3
1,2,3,Department of Business Administration, Federal Urdu University Art, Science, and Technology, Islamabad
Art # 57 pp. 385 – 390
Relationship between students’ and teachers’ attitude towards physical activity and physical fitness
Dr. VISHNU PETHKAR1, Dr. SHRADDHA NAIK2 & Prof. SANJEEV SONAWANE3
1Dept. of Physical Education, University of Pune, Pune, INDIA.
2Chandrashekhar Agashe College of Physical Education, Pune, INDIA.
3Dept. of Education and Extension, University of Pune. Pune, INDIA.Email:
Art # 58, pp. 391 – 397
The effects of instructional self-talk on girl’s performance, retention and transfer of dart throwing in late childhood and adolescence
MOHAMMAD.T AGHDASI1, NASRIN TOUBA2
1Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of Tabriz, IRAN
2M.Sc in Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Payam Noor University, Center of Tehran, IRAN
Art # 59, pp. 398 – 406
Supernumerary in small sided games 3Vs3 & 4Vs4
BEKRIS EVANGELOS1., MYLONIS ELEFTHERIOS2., SARAKINOS ARIS3., GISSIS IOANNIS4,
ANAGNOSTAKOS KONSTANTINOS5., KOMBODIETA NATALIA6
1,2,3,6Department of Physical Education and Sport Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,
4Sport Biomechanics Laboratory, Department of Physical Education and Sports Science, Aristotle University of
5General Hospital of Athens “KAT”, A΄Orthopaedic Department, GREECE