A Testnevelési Egyetem Tudományos Folyóirata 2016/2 (címlap)

Year 1, Issue 2 (2016) >>>

  • Foreword >>>
  • Original research paper
    • Physical education and pedagogy
      • PE teacher candidates’ examination in the mirror of their opinion formed about the choice of career >>>
        Ádám Uhlár, Ágnes Szemes, LászlóTóth
    • Social sciences
      • The Connection between Sport and Television >>>
        Ferenc Várhegyi
    • Natural sciences
      • Physical activity, sport and hypertension >>>
        István Préda
      • Signs of athletic adaptation on the electrocardiogram (ECG) >>>
        Zsolt Szelid
  • Conferences
    • Abstracts of the conference "Innovations related to sport" >>>
    • Abstracts of the Student Congress on Sport Sciences 2016 of the University of Physical Education >>>
    • 46th Conference of Motion Biology (Budapest, november 17-18, 2016) >>>
  • Windows to the World of Science >>>

a testnevelesi egyetem tudomanyos folyoirata 001 cimlap Year 1, Issue 1 (2016) >>>

  • Foreword >>>
  • Original research paper
    • Physical education and pedagogy
      • New measurement method: Examination of psychological factors with Vienna System among soccer players >>>
        István Csáki, Barbara Fózer-Selmeci, József Bognár, Péter Szájer, Dávid Zalai, Gábor Géczi, László Révész, LászlóTóth
    • Practical sport sciences
      • Thoughts on running performance at modern soccer matches >>>
        Dávid Zalai, Zsolt Gyimes, Péter Bobák, István Csáki, Pál Hamar
      • Necessity of Long-Term Athlete Development in Hungarian sport >>>
        Gábor Géczi, István Baji
    • Social sciences of sport
      • The Connection between Sport and Tourism, the Conceptual System of Sport Tourism >>>
        Dóra Lasztovicza, Piroska Béki
      • Structures of Sport in Europe: the Sport System of Italy >>>
        Péter Farkas, Barbara Rácz
      • Imparitas factors (gender inequality factors) in relation to women’s sportleadership >>>
        Magdolna Trenka
      • The history of women’s football: Europe, the cradle of this sport >>>
        Diána Déri
      • Comparative study of sportmotivation and flow-experience in different sport competitors >>>
        Ágnes Szemes, Szabolcs Gergő Harsányi, László Tóth
  • Conferences
    • Abstracts of the Student Congress on Sport Sciences 2015 of the University of Physical Education >>>
    • 7th Conference of the International Society for the Social Sciences of Sport (ISSSS) "Sport in changing social, economic, political and cultural contexts" >>>

The purpose of TST/PSS is to publish high standard articles in the Hungarian and English languages, in the field of basic sport sciences, and those related to the applied research of sports professionals. The journal promotes the publication of original research articles, review articles and book reviews, and provides a forum for the abstracts of scientific conferences organised at the University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary. Original and review articles will go through a peer-review process (independent, double-blind reviews); book reviews are to be published by invited authors.

General formal requirements

Manuscripts should be submitted in Garamond font, size 11 (or Times New Roman if Garamond is unavailable), with simple line spacing. The title should be clear, informative and attention-catching, with a maximum of twenty words. After this, a Hungarian and an English abstract should follow (foreign authors can have their English abstract translated by the editorial staff). Manuscripts should be prepared unformatted; formatting of the text is done by the editorial staff. Manuscripts should be sent in MS Word and PDF format as well. Language proofreading is recommended, but will also be done by the editorial staff. 

Abstract

The maximum limit of the abstract in Hungarian and English is 250 words each, with no paragraph divisions and no highlighting. Since abstracts can be included in international data bases, their careful preparation is of crucial importance. Authors should complement their abstracts with 4-6 keywords in both languages, considering the use of words which are different from those in the title.

Structure

In the case of longer articles, it is recommended to divide them into chapters and subchapters. Titles of chapters should appear in bold letters; those of the sub-chapters should appear in italics. It is more reader-friendly if the text is divided into paragraphs. The paragraphs should generally contain multiple sentences and not be longer than one typed page. Paragraphs do not need to be separated by extra spacing.

Tables

Tables should use Arabic numbers. Each table must have a title (with bold letters), displayed at the top of the table. In the text, tables should be referred to by their numbers. Owing to the potential changes made during the page-setting process, the use of words indicating directions (e.g. following, previous, above, below, etc.) should be avoided. Tables should be accompanied with a legend, comprehensive, and understandable independent of the text. Tables with more complex or less informative data can be supplemented with notes. The layout of the journal must be taken into consideration when preparing the tables (maximum width: 157 mm).

Figures

Arabic numbers should be used in the figures as well. Each figure must have a title (with bold letters) displayed below the figure, not included in the drawing. In the text, figures should be referred to by their numbers. Figures should be labelled and accompanied with a legend, comprehensive, and understandable independent of the text. The Editorial Board of TST/PSS only accepts figures of high quality. The layout of the journal must be taken into consideration during the preparation of the figures (maximum width: 157 mm). Figures should be sent (1) in the text, in their appropriate place as considered by the author, and (2) in separate files as well. Files should be sent in vector format so that the size can be altered without a reduction in quality. If only image format (JPG, PNG) is available, it should be 300 DPI in the planned size of the figure. If DPI checking is not possible, then pixel size can be calculated based on the following formula: P/300*25.4 (where P is the size of the picture in pixels)– this allows a determination of what maximum size the digital content available can take up in the publication. For example, if we have a picture with a width of 2,000 pixels, it can be maximum 2000/300*2.54=169.33 mm wide in printing. Any size alteration will reduce quality (this is why the vector format is more practical).

The legal use of previously published figures is the responsibility of the author. Regarding this, simply referring to the source may not be sufficient. Any online or offline (printed) figures are protected by copyright, unless the owner disclaims otherwise. Therefore, in the case of figures from other sources, we ask the author to attach their written consent regarding re-publishing.

Footnotes

Footnotes are mainly for remarks related to the text. The length of one footnote should not exceed five typed lines. Minimizing the number and length of the footnotes and including remarks in the main text is advised. Footnotes should be used where the continuity of the main text would otherwise be broken. Footnotes can be used for citing unpublished materials, documents from archives, and other notes. In print, footnotes will appear on the page in which the reference is made.

References

In the text, references should follow APA style (6th dition). Names of authors should be displayed in italics. The list of references is to be placed at the end of the manuscript in alphabetical order with the name of the first author, also in accordance with APA 6th edition guidelines. Publications of the same author must be put in chronological order. Every reference in the text must appear in the list of references, and vice versa. In special cases, the author can provide additional recommended readings. The DOI number of articles should be included all references.

Acknowledgements, conflicts of interest

The author can publicly express gratitude, referring to the origin of the study, the research topic, individual or institutional assistance, funding, etc. Acknowledgements should be placed between the text and the reference list. Any conflicts of interest, whether explicit or implicit, must be indicated by the author.

Author’s address

The (first) author should provide affiliation, address, telephone number and email address to be published so can be contacted.

Physical Education, Sport, Science - Official scientific journal of the University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary | Published online 4 times in a year. Peer-reviewed journal: the
manuscripts are reviewed by two independent experts.

Editorial office and publisher: University of Physical Education. Address: Alkotás u. 44., Budapest, 1123 Hungary | Phone: +36-1-487-9213 | E-mail: . Publisher: Lajos Mocsai  rector.

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ISSN 2498-7646

Editor-in-chief

  • Ákos Koller Ákos (Natural Sciences)

Editors

  • Lajos Mocsai (Sport Sciences)
  • Pál Hamar (Physical Education and Pedagogy)
  • Tamás Sterbenz (Social Sciences)

Editorial staff

  • Tamás Dóczi
  • Melinda Léces
  • Lilla Török

Language proofreader

  • Krisztina Nemerkényi-Hidegkuti

Design and prepress

  • András Király

Editorial board

  • Pongrác Ács / University of Pécs (HU)
  • László Balogh / University of Debrecen (HU)
  • Attila Borbély / Wekerle Business School, Budapest (HU)
  • Stansislaw Czyz / North West University, Potchefstroom (ZA)
  • Dirk Duncker / Erasmus MC, Rotterdam (NL)
  • Andrea Gál / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • Gábor Géczi / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • Rita Józsa / University of Pécs (HU)
  • Katalin Keresztesi / University of Debrecen (HU)
  • Erika Koltai / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • József Laczkó / University of Pécs (HU)
  • Helena Lenasi / University of Ljubljana (SI)
  • Béla Merkely / Semmelweis University (HU)
  • Davor Milicic / University Hospital Centre Zagreb (CR)
  • Szilvia Perényi / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • István Préda / Military Hospital, Budapest (HU)
  • László Révész / Eszterházy Károly University, Eger (HU)
  • István Soós / University of Sunderland (UK)
  • László Tóth / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • Márta  Wilhelm / University of Pécs (HU)

Advisory board

  • István Berkes / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • Gyöngyi Szabó Földesi / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • János Gombocz / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • Gábor Pavlik / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • Kornél Sipos / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • József Tihanyi / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
  • Ákos Tóth / University of Physical Education, Budapest (HU)
Krisztina Nemerkényi-Hidegkuti

The conference on monday, 11 July 2016 covered wide range of topics within sport sciences. It provided ample opportunities for oral and poster presentations for the young researchers to gain valuable feedback from the community and establish new collaborations and joint research projects among the participants.

Programme

9.30 Opening ceremony. Welcome: Prof. Zsolt Radák

10.00-12.10 Oral session. Chairs: Prof. Zsolt Radák (University of Physical Education), Prof. Mitsuru Higuchi (Waseda University)

  • 10.00 – 10.25 Invited lecturer: Prof. Suzuki Katsuhiko (Waseda Univesity, Japan) Cytokine response to exercise
  • 10.25 – 10.40 Oluwaseyi Olubunmi Sodiya (University of Malaya, Malaysia): Pilot Study on Effects of Demonstration Method During the Teaching of Soccer Dribbling Skill to 8 Years Old Children
  • 10.40 – 10.55 Singh Pramod Kumar (T N Sports and Physical University, India)
  • 10.55 – 11.10 Kondo Saki (Waseda University, Japan): Pre-exercise Ingestion of Carbodydrate Does Not Induce Hypoglycemaia During Cycling Exercise in Japanese Men
  • 11.10  -11.25  Hiroko Murata (Waseda University, Japan): Decreasing Cardiometabolic Risk by Dietary Counseling Intervention in Heavyweight Judo Athletes
  • 11.25 – 11.40 Tabata Hiroki (Waseda University, Japan): Effect of Aging on Sex Differences in Fat Oxidation
  • 11.40 – 11.55 Erika Koltai (University of Physical Education, Hungary:  Novel Role of Sirtuin Related Mechanisms in Overload-Induce Hypertrophy of Sceletal Muscle in Rat
  • 11.55 – 12. 10 Dóra Ábrahám (University of Physical Education, Hungary): How Interval Training and Probiotic Supplementation Affects the Cognitive Function in Transgenic Mice Model of Alzheimer’s Disease

12.10 – 12.30 Coffee break

12.30-12.55 Poster session. Chairs: Prof. Zsolt Radák (University of Physical Education), Prof. Mitsuri Higuchi (Waseda University)

  • 12.30 – 12.35 Yunah Jeon (Korea National Sport University, Korea): Effect of Aerobic Exercise Training on NADPH Oxidase Activity in Muscle Microvasular Endothelial Function in Aged Men
  • 12.35 – 12.40 Yeo Hyoseong (Korea National Sport University, Korea): Endurance Exercise Training Regulates Mitochondrial Biogenesis in Skeletal Muscle of Diabetic Mice
  • 12.40 – 12.45 Lim Chang Hyun (Korea National Sport University, Korea): Effect of Different Dose of Leucin Ingestion follow Resistance Exercise on Satellite Cell Activation of Skeletal Muscle in Rats
  • 12.45 – 12.50 Nishimaki Mio (Waseda University, Japan): Effects of Different Weight-Loss Periods on Oxidative Stress State in Collegiate Wrestlers
  • 12.50 – 12.55 Ra Seung Goo (Chon Buk National University, Korea)

13.10 Closing ceremony and lunch

Results

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We would like to welcome the readers of Physical Education, Sport, Science (PSS)!

It is important to emphasize that sport sciences are multidisciplinary, because sport is unique, as it is “exercised” only by humans. Although some elements of sport and exercise can be studied in animal experiments, the human aspects of psychology, pedagogy and social-economy and the mechanisms underlying these aspects are not present in that context.

The structure of the now independent University of Physical Education mirrors these aspects with the establishment of four institutes with which the University offers the possibility to carry out researches on these four main areas from various approaches, but possibly by combining different disciplines. This is not only important because of formality, but in terms of content as well. We would like to emphasize that sport (competitive or lei­sure) plays an increasingly important role in society and in the maintenance of healthy lifestyle of individuals, and facts, which impose great responsibility on us and on our students. We should raise the motto of Kuno Klebelsberg to a higher level: 'Unite the mind, morals and strength' by carrying out high quality research in the fields of physical education and sport sciences.

This new journal entitled Physical Education, Sport and Science (PSS), published four times a year by the University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary intendeds to serve these goals. The name of the Journal indicates our new ambitions and aims. Thus PSS is open for manuscripts of original research and reviews on any field of sport sciences, such as physical education, training methods, society and economy. As this journal is bilingual, we are waiting for manuscripts from foreign researchers. Moreover, we are open to publish the summary of PhD doctoral dissertations and abstracts of TDK (Student Researchers’ Club), and PhD conferences organized at the UPE.

In the second volume of the Journal a new section is introduced: “Window to the world of sport sciences” aiming to draw the attention of readers to important publications in any fields of sport sciences.

Adapting to the modern internet world, PSS will be published on-line, like many other prestigious sci­entific journals, thus it will be available on the internet and accessible for all readers promoting the dissemination of knowledge and scientific research in sport sciences. The Editorial Board consists of well-known national and international researchers, and more members can be expected to join us. We anticipate that Board members will contribute by sending manuscripts to PSS regarding their original research or review articles. Every manuscript sent to the Journal is reviewed by two independent peer reviewers, primarily by the members of the Editorial Board, thus ensuring the high quality of the papers and that of the journal.


A Testnevelési Egyetem Tudományos Folyóirata 2017/1-2 (cover)

Year 2, Issue 1-2 (2017) >>>

  • Foreword >>>
  • Original research paper
    • Physical education and pedagogy
      • The idea of modernizing of physical education >>>
        Pál Hamar, István Karsai
      • Task of Adapted PE and its Present Position in Education >>>
        Judit Andrásné Teleki
      • "Sport for Development and Peace" (SDP) as a New Field of Science – a Case Study of a PE development program in Cambodia >>>
        Mariann Bardocz-Bencsik,Tamás Dóczi
      • Leisure-time Activity in Personality Development >>>
        Lívia Borosán, Yvette Budainé Csepela
      • Role of Sport in Afternoon School Activity (in Day Care Centers) >>>
        Yvette Budainé Csepela, Lívia Borosán
      • Measuring Loadability of Secondary School Students during a Teaching Unit of Volleyball >>>
        Zsuzsa Nagy, Anetta Müller
    • Sport sciences
      • Measuring Loadability of Secondary School Students during a Teaching Unit of Volleyball >>>
        István Juhász, Eszter Boda, Melinda Bíró, Anetta Müller
      • Analysing Personality of Elite Football Academy Youth Players Compared with Those not Engaged in Competitive Sports >>>
        Zoltán Kiss, István Csáki, Barbara Fózer-Selmeci, József Bognár
      • Role of Small-sided Games in Football Conditioning >>>
        Károly Papp, Lajos Szekeres, János Tóth jr., János Tóth
      • Analysis of 2016 European Football Championships in Relation to Successful Short-, Medium- and Long-range Passes >>>
        József Berta, JánosTóth jr., János Tóth
    • Social sciences
      • Sports – Financing – Success? >>>
        Kinga Ráthonyi-Odor, Attila Borbély
      • Success of 2016 Rio Olympic Games as Reflected in the Income of Sport Organizations >>>
        Zsuzsanna Gősi
      • Assessing Effects of the TAO System on Hungarian Basketball Teams >>>
        Péter Váczi, Eszter Boda, Judit Herpainé Lakó, Anetta Müller
      • Chances of Dual Career Development in Sport in Hungary >>>
        Judit Farkas, Mátyás Jókai, Tibor Kozsla
      • Role of Social Network and Social Support in Sporting Motivation of Prospective Teachers >>>
        Tamás Pinczés, Bettina Pikó
      • Intention of Applying Systems Rationalizing Sport Selection of Youth >>>
        Péter Soldos
      • Personal Training and Health Promotion at Workplaces - Meeting of Theory and Practice >>>
        Zoltán Tánczos, József Bognár
      • Performance Strategies and State of Mood in Two University Basketball Teams >>>
        István Soós, Jose Carlos Flores Martinez, Pál Hamar, Zsuzsanna Kalmár, Ian Whyte, Attila Szabó
    • Natural sciences
      • Recording Trajectory of Upper-Body Coordination and Pressure Centre Points in Wheelchair Patients with Muscle Dystrophy >>>
        Erika Medveczky, Piroska Szalay, Csaba Nyakas, Károly Bretz
      • Subjective Well-being of Sporting and Non-sporting Adolescents >>>
        Zalán Négele, Júlia Pápai, Zsófia Tróznai, Csaba Nyakas
      • Developing Static and Dynamic Equilibrium of 8-9 Year Old Girls with Hippotherapy >>>
        Ágnes Simon-Ugron
      • Equilibrium Development of Hearing-impaired Children with Playful Movement Programs >>>
        Ágnes Simon-Ugron, Iuliana Boros-Bálint
  • Book review
    • Sport and Social Sciences with Reflection on Practice >>>
      Tamás Dóczi
  • Window to the world of sport sciences >>>