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Interpreting Research In Sport and Exercise Science By Randy Hyllegard

Interpreting Research In Sport and Exercise Science

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Provides the reader with skills to interpret scientific articles and recognize appropriate formats for research studies. The text aims to provide two types of goals: knowledge goals, including understanding the principles of science; and skills goals, including constructing library research.

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Interpreting Research In Sport and Exercise Science by Randy Hyllegard

Interpreting Research in Sport and Exercise Science provides a detailed introduction to and review of the research process, thereby helping the student understand scientific research reports in journals and books. The organization of the text follows a research article, which provides an easy-to-use format that builds upon established knowledge, procedures, examples, and discussions. The subject matter is illustrated with examples and abstracts from several disciplines and sub-disciplines within health promotion, kinesiology, exercise science, and recreation.

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About Randy Hyllegard

Dr. Dale P. Mood is a professor and former Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Dr. Mood has taught measurement and evaluation, statistics, and research methods courses since 1970 and has published extensively in the field, including 51 articles and 5 books. He has served as a consultant to five NFL football teams, chair of the Measurement and Evaluation Council of the American Alliance for Heath, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and former president of the American Association for Active Lifestyles and Fitness. He is a reviewer for several scholarly journals. Before completing his Ph.D. in 1970 at the University of Iowa, Dr. Mood taught both elementary and junior high school physical education and coached swimming and diving at the high school level. He was the springboard diving coach at the University of Iowa for five years. In his leisure time, Dr. Mood enjoys reading, officiating at summer league swim meets, playing with his twelve grandchildren, and participating in a wide variety of physical activities.

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction and Literature Review1 The Scientific Process2 Research Questions and Categories3 Disseminating Knowledge 4 Literature Review Part II: Methods5 Experimental Research6 Experimental Design 7 Complex Experimental Design8 Qualitative Research9 Other Types of Research Part III: Results10 Measurement, Data Analysis, and Reporting 11 Statistics as Evidence Part IV: Discussion12 Conducting ResearchAppendices Sports and Exercise Science Measures Sample Survey and Cover Letter Anova Tables Library of Congress Classification System Example ManuscriptGlossaryIndex References

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Interpreting Research In Sport and Exercise Science by Randy Hyllegard
Randy Hyllegard
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McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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