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Kinesiology Colloquium

The Kinesiology Colloquium provides our readership with concise updates and reviews of scholarly topics dealing with sport, exercise and many other forms of physical activity. Each month a new review, authored by a notable in the field of kinesiology, is posted. The intent of the presentations isn’t to fully explore the topic in detail, rather, to offer a brief snapshot of research on a topic, or on specific issues, in language that is accessible to our general readership.

If you have comments, feedback, questions or responses, please feel free to contact the authors directly. An attempt will be made to include relevant questions, reactions, responses, etc in later editions of The Colloquium. If you would like to contribute an article to The Colloquium, please forward a brief prospectus (250 words) to Amelia Lee at Amlee@lsu.edu.Submissions will be reviewed by a committee appointed by the AKA Executive Committee.



Marathon Training: Effectiveness of Low-Mileage and High-Intensity Training Regimens

Feb 14, 2013
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CONTRAST SENSITIVITY FUNCTION (CSF) AS A FACTOR IN VISUAL PERCEPTION, DECISION MAKING AND SPORT PERFORMANCE

Dec 4, 2012

Teaching Skill and Influencing Attitude in Physical Education

May 2, 2012

The Köhler Effect: Applications to Boost Motivation in Team Exercise and Sport

Jan 24, 2012

Research on Peripheral Neuropathy

Mar 16, 2010

Thoughts on Departments of Kinesiology as Cheerleaders for Exercise and Weight Control

Feb 23, 2010

Sport Participation has Multiple Effects on Health and Well Being: Exploring the Accounts of Elite Athletes

Feb 23, 2010

Why Study History?

Feb 23, 2010

A Quantitative Synthesis of Randomized-Controlled Trials for Exercise Effects on Selected Mental Health Variables

Feb 23, 2010

Mens sana in corpore sano: The cognitive benefits of physical activity

Feb 23, 2010

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