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Human Movement

Electronic ISSN
Physiologists, Physiotherapists, Sports Medicine Specialists
Human Movement is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal published by University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw. Human Movement aims to promote research in sport sciences. The journal publishes research papers in five fields as follows: Physical activity, fitness and health; Applied sport sciences; Biomechanics and motor control; Physiological aspects of sports; Psychological diagnostics of sport and exercise. Human Movement publishes original papers, review papers, empirical research, book reviews, letters to the Editor, communications about forthcoming meetings and congresses and reports from scientific meetings. The journal is published online version. Human Movement being a forum for broad exchange of scientific thought and for presentation of international scope research results. International researchers, academics, and graduate students may submit their articles in order to contribute in dissemination of science worldwide. Our articles inspire and develop sports science debate.
Sponsoring Association(s)
University School of Physical Education in Kraków, University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw
Publisher Name
De Gruyter
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