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Journal “Pedagogy of Physical Culture and Sports" ISSN 2664-9837 (Online); title change date: 01/01/2020;
previous title: Pedagogics, Psychology, Medical-Biological Problems of Physical Training and Sports (archives)
The journal publishes articles in the sub-disciplines relating to the broad fields Pedagogy of Physical Culture and Sports: theory and technique of physical training; physical activity and health; sports science; biomechanics; kinesiology; motor control and learning; public health (as relevant to sport and exercise), and physical rehabilitation and recreation. All these fields should be considered from the point of view of pedagogy.
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Journal “Pedagogy of Physical Culture and Sports" (Abbreviated key-title: Pedagogy phys. cult. sports) ISSN 2664-9837 (Online)
- Pedagogics, Psychology, Medical-Biological Problems of Physical Training and Sports [Web of Science Core Collection (ESCI - 2004-2019)];
- Pedagogìka, Psihologìâ ta Mediko-bìologìčnì Problemi Fìzičnogo Vihovannâ ì Sportu (2008-2012; Ukrainian, Russian, English);
- Pedagogìka, Psihologìâ ta Mediko-bìologìčnì Problemi Fìzičnogo Vihovannâ ì Sportu (1997-2007; Ukrainian, Russian)
Journal is published 6 times per year (bimonthly: February, April, June, August, October, December).
All articles have DOI (digital object identifier)
All authors have ORCID
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Effects of dance and movement therapy on physical ability, flexibility and psychological state for individuals under constant stress
The effects of massed and distributed drills, muscle strength, and intelligence quotients towards tennis groundstroke skills of sport students
The effects of Halliwick aquatic exercises on gross motor function of children aged from 3 to 5 years with spastic cerebral palsy
Occurrence and trends of musculoskeletal pain among ski instructors
Comparative analysis of psychophysiological features of taekwondo athletes of different age groups
Validity and reliability of an assessment instrument of track start in swimming
Mobile Gamers versus Non-gamer students’ endurance levels via Beep and 3-minute step test
Teachers’ preferences of teaching primary physical education: curriculum preferences
Differences in explosive strength values for students of the faculty of physical education and sports (male) according to body mass index levels
Cognitive functions and special working capacity in elite boxers