ISCSS 2016

Greeting | Programme | Keynote lectures | Results | Committees

Greeting

Dear Student-researchers!

On behalf of the Organizing Committee it is our great pleasure to welcome you – both new and returning participants – at the International Student Congress on Sport Sciences (ISCSS-2016) at Budapest, Hungary. The 22nd ISCSS Congress is organized by the University of Physical Education, Budapest, with the aim of creating partnerships in research collaborations and also disseminating knowledge amongst students and research scholars.

The objective of this Congress is to provide an interactive forum for young researchers in the areas of sport sciences with the purpose of collecting, exchanging and promoting the recent developments and new advances.

It is a tradition of our University to bring together young student-researchers from all over the world to present their results related to wide areas of sport-sciences. We hope that the ISCSS-2016 will provide valuable opportunities to exchange ideas, concepts and research findings, by oral and poster presentations.

The Conference offers oral and poster presentations by researchers from Hungary and all over Europe. We are also honoured to have six well-known experts of various fields of sport sciences to give keynote lectures. We hope that the presentations in the Congress will stimulate and inspire future cooperation, studies and advancement.

The Congress will be held on the campus of our University, which is located on the historical, hilly “Buda” side of the city, west to the Danube River. In addition, we hope that you will, find opportunities to tour and enjoy all that Budapest can offer.

Programme

Programme and abstracts >>>

28 April, 2016

15:00 SYMPOSIUM 1: SOCIAL SCIENCE AND SPORT Chairs: Gyöngyi Földesiné Szabó, Tamás Sterbenz

  • Denisa Sabina Emilia Deliu, D. Deliu National University of Physical Education and Sport, Bucharest, Romania Supervisor: Dan Deliu JUDO – BUILDING A BETTER SOCIETY (8+2')
  • Bence Garamvölgyi University of Physical Education, Hungary Supervisor: Tamás Dóczi SPORT: A TOOL FOR REACHING EU EXTERNAL POLICY GOALS? (8+2')
  • Gergely Géczi Vasas SC, University of Physical Education, and Corvinus University of Budapest, Sportmanagement Master’s course, Hungary Supervisor: Krisztina András NHL AS AN INVESTMENT (8+2')
  • Mariann Bardócz-Bencsik Global Connect Academy, University of Physical Education
  • Mihály Keszti University of Physical Education Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: Tamás Dóczi THE EFFECT OF SUCCESS: NATIONAL IDENTITY AND QUALIFYING TO EURO2016 IN ALBANIA AND HUNGARY (8+2')
  • Judit Dénes University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisors: Péter Farkas, Andrea Gál A STUDY OF ATTITUDES HELD BY HUNGARIANS IN DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS TO THE CONCEPT OF “FAIR PLAY” IN SPORT (8+2')
  • Veronika Mittly University of Pécs, Medical School, Hungary Supervisors: Zsolt Németh, Károly Berényi, Tibor Mintál MIND DOES MATTER: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECT OF ANKLE INJURY IN SPORT (8+2')
  • Mátyás Jókai University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: Judit Farkas QUALITY FRAMEWORK IN SPORT IN THE EU: THE FIRST CAN BE THE ATHLETE’S DUAL CAREER SERVICES (8+2')
  • Dóra Faragó University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: Judit Farkas COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN EU SPORT AND YOUTH POLICIES. THE USE OF A COMMON TOOL: EDUCATION THROUGH SPORT TO BOOST EMPLOYABILITY (8+2')
  • Máté Pozojevich, K. Szigeti, K. Tóth University of Szeged, Institute of PE and Sport Sciences, Hungary Supervisor: Andor H. Molnár PRESENCE OF EATING DISORDERS AMONG REGULAR GYM VISITORS (8+2')
  • Kristóf Világi University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisors: Chaudhuri Sujit, Tamás Sterbenz  THE BIG NBA SHOPPING LIST 2016 CHALLENGE: WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM THE CHANGING OF THE SALARY CAP AND HOW CAN AN NBA FRANCHISE BUILD A PLAYOFF CONTENDER TEAM FROM THAT (8+2')

17:00 Coffee Break

17:30 OPENING CEREMONY Lajos Mocsai, Ákos Koller, József Bognár

18:00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER Chairs: Ákos Koller, Erika Koltay

  • Dr. Helena Lenasi Institute of Physiology, Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia SKIN MICROCIRCULATION IN EXERCISE AND ITS ROLE IN THERMOREGULATION (20+5')

18:30 Break

19:00 WELCOME RECEPTION

29 April, 2016

09:00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER Chairs: István Berkes, Csaba Nyakas

  • Dr. Karsten Froberg University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark WHY PUT SO MUCH FOCUS ON EXTRA PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN SCHOOLS AND LEISURE TIME? (20+5')

09:30 SYMPOSIUM 2: EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOMECHANICS Chairs: József Tihanyi, Helena Lenasi

  • Eliza Eszter Tóth Széchenyi István University, Győr, Hungary Supervisor: Ferenc Ihász THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BODY COMPOSITION AND CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS OF AN ELITE FEMALE HANDBALL PLAYER BASED ON LONGITUDINAL DATA (8+2')
  • Saša Kocijančič University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Ljubljana, Slovenia Supervisors: Helena Lenasi, Srđan Đorđević TESTING THE SENSITIVITY OF TENSIOMYOGRAPHY BY COMPARING THE LEFT AND RIGHT BICEPS BRACHII MUSCLE (8+2')
  • Gábor Bognár, Z. Gombos, Á. Hegedüs University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: József Tihanyi EXAMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OF ECCENTRIC AND ISOMETRIC TRAINING OF THE POSTERIOR THIGH MUSCLES ON H/Q RATIO OF GIRLS IN PREPUBERTY (8+2')
  • Natascha Holbak Pedersen University of Southern Denmark Supervisors: Anna Bugge, Jakob Tarp THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR AND A CLUSTER OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN ADOLESCENTS: THE CHAMPS-STUDY DK (8+2')
  • Kitti Garai University of Pécs, Faculty of Sciences, Hungary Supervisors: Márta Wilhelm, Krisztián Kvell AGEING OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY (8+2')
  • Zsuzsanna Dolezsa, M. Süli Derzsi University J. Selye, Komarno, Slovakia Supervisor: Beáta Dobay EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CONNECTIONS OF BODY MASS INDEX AND FLAT FEET (8+2')
  • Vivien Döniz Kovács University of Szeged, Institute of PE and Sport Sciences, Hungary Supervisor: Andor H. Molnár FEMALE ATHLETE TRIAD – PRESENCE OF ITS RISK FACTORS AT UNIVERSITY OF SZEGED (8+2')
  • Alexandra Csányi, B. Vály University of Szeged, Institute of PE and Sport Sciences, Hungary Supervisors: Kornélia Orbán, Lepes Josip DIFFERENCES IN THE BODY COMPOSITION OF FIRST AND SECOND GRADE HUNGARIAN AND SERBIAN CHILDREN (8+2')
  • Anita Stajer University of Novi Sad, Teachers’ Training Faculty in Hungarian, Subotica, Serbia Supervisors: Szabolcs Halasi, Josip Lepes RELATIONS BETWEEN BODY COMPOSITION AND MOTOR ABILITIES OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN (8+2')
  • Martin Gillies Rasmussen, L. Ostergaard Research unit for Exercise Epidemiology, Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, University of Southern, Odense M, Denmark Supervisor: L. Ostergaard THE PROSPECTIVE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HABITUAL CYCLING AND RISK OF TYPE 2 DIABETES: RESULTS FROM A COHORT STUDY OF DANISH ADULTS (8+2')

11:10 Coffee Break

11:30 SYMPOSIUM 3: FOOTBALL AND SCIENCE Chairs: Gábor Géczi, Éva Kállay

  • Gábor Juhász University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: Tamás Sterbenz POTENTIAL ADVANTAGESOF THE PLAYOFF SYSTEM IN FOOTBALL (8+2')
  • Márton Bognár, K. Kovács University of Physical Education, Hungarian Football Federation, Budapest, Hungary Supervisors: Sándor Sáfár, István Csáki CORRELATION BETWEEN AGILITY AND EXPLOSIVE POWER IN ELIT AND AMATEUR YOUTH FOOTBALL PLAYERS (8+2')
  • Tamás Győri, T. Marczinka, B. Keresztesi University of Physical Education, Hungarian Football Federation, Budapest, Hungary Supervisors: István Csáki, Sándor Sáfár THE COMPARISON OF MOTIVATION ACROSS POSITIONS AMONGST ELITE YOUTH FOOTBALL PLAYERS (8+2')
  • Zoltán Faltusz, L. Kádár, G. Karpjuk University of Physical Education, Hungarian Football Federation, Budapest, Hungary Supervisors: István Csáki, Sándor Sáfár AMATEUR AND ELITE YOUTH FOOTBALL PLAYERS: TALENT IDENTIFICATION, SELECTION, DEVELOPMENT AND COACH-ATHLETE RELATIONSHIP (8+2')
  • Zoltán Árpád Brezovai University of Szeged, Institute of PE and Sport Sciences, Hungary Supervisors: László Balogh, Zita Hajdúné Petrovszki FOOTBALL REFEREE AND STRESS (8+2')
  • Ahmed Othmani University of Pécs, Faculty of Sciences, Hungary Supervisors: Tamás Atlasz, Márk Váczi CONTRIBUTING PARAMETERS TO THE RUNNING ANAEROBIC SPRINT TEST RESULT IN U18 FOOTBALL PLAYERS (8+2')
  • Tamás Forsthoffer University of West Hungary, Savaria Campus, Institute of Sport Science, Hungary Supervisor: Miklós Koltai DEVELOPMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL ABILITIES AND TECHNICAL SKILLS IN THE U15 FOOTBALL PLAYERS – USING POLAR TEAM2 PULSE CONTROL – CURING THE WINTER PREPARATORY PERIOD (8+2')
  • Károly Papp, R. Novák University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: Ifj János Tóth HIGH INTENSITY MOVEMENTS IN FOOTBALL (8+2')

12:50 Lunch time

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Chairs: Ákos Koller, Gábor Pavlik

  • Dr. Miklos Hamori Fertility Center Erlangen, Germany DOES COMPETITIVE SPORT REDUCE THE FERTILITY OF WOMEN? (20+5')
  • Ágnes Kovács University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary ELITE ATHLETES AND THE MEDIA: REFLECTIONS ON A RESEARCH PROJECT (20+5')

16:00 Coffee Break

16:30 POSTER SESSION 1: SOCIAL SCIENCE AND SPORT (The poster should be mounted on the first day of the Congress. The poster will be guided by the Chairs.) Chairs: Tamás Dóczi, Csaba Ökrös

  • 1. Ingrid Schaub Hungarian Dance Academy , Budapest, Hungary STREET DANCE, AS OUTDOOR ACTIVITY IN SCHOOL AND THE MEASUREMENT OF IT’S IMPACT WITH FLOW QUESTIONNAIRE (3+2')
  • 2. Kinga Nagy University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: Miklós Bánhidi YOUTH PARTICIPATION AT INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR LEISURE PROFESSION DEVELOPMENT (3+2')
  • 3. Adél Lovas University of Physical Eduction, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: József Tihanyi IMPROVING AND ADAPTING A NEW SPORT DEVICE FOR TEACHING THE BARRACUDA FIGURES IN SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING (3+2')
  • 4. V. S. Tuisheva Ural State University of Physical Culture, Chelyabinsk, Russia Supervisors: Olga Kolomietz, Judit Plachy THE USE OF FITNESS TECHNOLOGIES EFFECTIVENESS FOR FLEXIBILITY DEVELOPMENT OF 14-16 AGED GIRLS, SPECIALIZED IN RACEWALKING (3+2')

17:00 Break

17:20 OPEN AIR PARTY

30 April, 2016

09:00 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Chairs: Kornél Sipos, László Tóth

  • Dr. Éva Kállay Department of Psychology Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania THE IMPORTANCE OF EMOTION REGULATION AND META-COGNITIVE ABILITIES IN SPORT PERFORMANC (20+5')
  • Dr. Gábor Géczi University of Physical Education, Budapest LONG-TERM ATHLETES DEVELOPMENT (LTAD) – THE FRAMEWORK OF THE SUCCESSFUL YOUTH PROGRAMS (20+5')

10:00 SYMPOSIUM 4: PHYISICAL ACTIVITY AND SPORT Chairs: Zsuzsa Kalmár, Zsolt Gyimes

  • Dóra Kőnig-Görögh University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisors: Csaba Ökrös, Noémi Gyömbér COMPARISON OF RESUPPLY PLAYERS OF ELITE HANDBALL TEAMS (IN HUNGARY) BY ATTACKING POSITIONS ON THE EVIDENCE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS (8+2')
  • Eszter Eigner University of Pécs, Faculty of Sciences, Hungary Supervisors: Attila Kajos, Gyöngyvér Prisztóka THE EFFECT ON THE MOOD STATE OF STUDENTS OF DOING EXERCISES FOR 3 MINUTES – BASED ON A RESEARCH (8+2')
  • Károly Dobos University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: Csaba Nagykáldi RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICAL ABILITIES AND COMPETITIVE PERFORMANCE IN YOUNG ELITE FEMALE AND MALE TENNIS PLAYERS (8+2')
  • Zsófia Kovács University of Pécs, Faculty of Humanities, Education and Society Doctoral School, Pécs, Hungary Supervisors: Ferenc Tóvári, Attila Kajos, Gyöngyvér Prisztóka THE RESEARCH OF SWIMMING INSTRUCTION’S EFFICIENCY IN SCHOOLS BASED ON TWO DIFFERENT METHODS (8+2')
  • Bence Török University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: Bálint Dolnegó THE COHERENCE BETWEEN THE EFFICIENCY OF DUELS AND THE RESULTS OF THE MATCHES IN HANDBALL (8+2')
  • Tamás Lakatos, Zs. Rónaszéki ELTE PPK, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: Renáta Szemerszky TRAINING TECHNIQUES THAT HELP EXPERIENCING ‘FLOW’ IN YOUTH HANDBALL TEAMS (8+2')
  • Lili Kósa, E.E. Tóth Széchenyi István University, Győr, Hungary Supervisors: Zsófia Mészáros, Ferenc Ihász DIFFERENCES OF THE MEAN VALUES OF COOPER-TEST BETWEEN SPORTSMAN, RECREATIONS STUDENTS AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (8+2')
  • Éva Fodor, A. Tóth Eszterházy Károly University, Eger, Hungary Supervisor: László Révész THE ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL TRAILS IN HUNGARIAN RECREATION (8+2')
  • Balázs Csordás University of Nyíregyháza, Hungary Supervisor: Ildikó Vajda COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE BALANCING CAPABILITY ATHLETES (8+2')

11:30 Coffee Break

11:45 POSTER SESSION 2: EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY, TRAINING AND BIOMECHANICS (The poster should be mounted on the first day of the Congress. The poster will be guided by the Chairs.) Chairs: Karsten Froberg, Levente Rácz

  • 5. andrei Ioan Simion National University of Physical Education and Sport, Bucharest, Romania Supervisor: Pelin Florin ASPECTS REGARDING BALANCE IMPROVEMENT IN BEGINNER SKIERS (3+2')
  • 6. Kata Galamb, B. Szilágyi, J. Négyesi University of Physical Education, & Fájdalom Ambulancia, Budapest, Hungary Supervisor: János Négyesi HAND LATERALITY INFLUENCES THE KINESTHETIC SENSE IN NON-CLINICAL POPULATIONS (3+2')
  • 7. N. Simonova Ural State University of Physical Culture, Chelyabinsk, Russia Supervisors: N. Petrushkina , Judit Plachy PECULIARITIES OF COMPUTER GAMES INFLUENCE TEENS ICE HOCKEY PLAYERS’ NERVOUS SYSTEM (3+2')
  • 8. D. Denisov D. I. Ural State University of Physical Culture, Chelyabinsk, Russia Supervisors: Olga Kolomietz, Judit Plachy METHODS OF COORDINATION ABILITIES DEVELOPMENT OF JUNIOR SPEEDSKATERS
  • 9. Brigitta Szilágyi University of Pécs, Faculty of Health Sciences, Institute of Physiotherapy and Sport Sciences, Pécs, Hungary Supervisor: Brigitta Szilágyi SPORT THERAPY APPLICATION AND EFFECTIVENESS SURVEY AMONG PATIENTS WITH TYPE II DIABETES (3+2')
  • 10. Davletova V. V. Ural State University of Physical Culture, Chelyabinsk, Russia Supervisors: O.A. Makunina, Judit Plachy TEENAGERS’ WITH DIFFERENT MOTION STATE ADAPTATION TO ACADEMIC WORKLOAD (3+2')

12:10 CLOSING CEREMONY, AWARDS Lajos Mocsai, Ákos Koller, József Bognár

Keynote lectures

  • Miklos Hamori, specialist for reproductive medicine - Fertility Center Erlangen, Germany
  • István Balyi, advisor - Sport for Life Society, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  • Karsten Froberg, associate professor - University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark
  • Eva Kallay, University lecturer - Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  • Helena Lenasi, senior associate professor - University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Ágnes Kovács, Olympic Champion swimmer (2000, Sydney) - PhD candidate at University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary

Results (Awards of Excellence)

  • Social Science (Chairs: Gyöngyi Földesiné Szabó, Jerzy Kosiewicz)
    • Gergely Géczi: NHL AS AN INVESTMENT (University of Physical Education,and Corvinus University, Budapest, Vasas SC, Hungary – Supervisor: Krisztina András)
    • Máté Pozojevich, K. Szigeti, K. Tóth: PRESENCE OF EATING DISORDERS AMONG REGULAR GYM VISITORS (University of Szeged, Institute of PE and Sport Sciences, Hungary – Supervisor: Andor H. Molnár)
  • Exercise physiology and biomechanics (Chairs: József Tihanyi, Helena Lenasi)
    • Saša Kocijančič:TESTING THE SENSITIVITY OF TENSIOMYOGRAPHY BY COMPARING THE LEFT AND RIGHT BICEPS BRACHII MUSCLE (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Ljubljana, Slovenia – Supervisors: Helena Lenasi, Srđan Đorđević)
    • Natascha Holbak Pedersen: THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR AND A CLUSTER OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN ADOLESCENTS: THE CHAMPSSTUDY DK (University of Southern Denmark – Supervisors: Anna Bugge, Jakob Tarp)
  • Fotball and science (Chairs: Gábor Géczi, Éva Kállay)
    • Márton Bognár, K. Kovács: CORRELATION BETWEEN AGILITY AND EXPLOSIVE POWER IN ELIT AND AMATEUR YOUTH FOOTBALL PLAYERS (University of Physical Education, Hungarian Football Federation, Budapest, Hungary – Supervisors: Sándor Sáfár, István Csáki)
    • Tamás Győri, T. Marczinka, B. Keresztesi: THE COMPARISON OF MOTIVATION ACROSS POSITIONS AMONGST ELITE YOUTH FOOTBALL PLAYERS (University of Physical Education, Hungarian Football Federation, Budapest, Hungary – Supervisors: István Csáki, Sándor Sáfár)
  • Physical activity and sport (Chairs: Zsuzsa Kalmár, Zsolt Gyimes)
    • Zsófia Kovács: THE RESEARCH OF SWIMMING INSTRUCTION’S EFFICIENCY IN SCHOOLS BASED ON TWO DIFFERENT METHODS (University of Pécs, Faculty of Humanities, Pécs, Hungary – Supervisors: Ferenc Tóvári, Attila Kajos, Gyöngyvér Prisztóka)
    • Tamás Lakatos, Zs. Rónaszéki: TRAINING TECHNIQUES THAT HELP EXPERIENCING ’FLOW’ IN YOUTH HANDBALL TEAMS (ELTE PPK, Budapest, Hungary – Supervisor: Renáta Szemerszky)
  • Poster sessions (Chairs: Tamás Dóczi, Csaba Ökrös, Karsten Froberg, Erika Koltai)
    • Adél Lovas: IMPROVING AND ADAPTING A NEW SPORT DEVICE FOR TEACHING THE BARRACUDA FIGURES IN SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING (University of Physical Eduction, Budapest, Hungary – Supervisor: József Tihanyi)

Committees

Advisory Board

  • István Balyi, advisor
    Canadian Sport for Life, Victoria, British Columbia
  • István Berkes, professor
    Institute of Natural Science, Univeristy of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary
  • Gyöngyi Földesiné Szabó, professor emerita
    Institute of Social Science, Univeristy of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary
  • Karsten Froberg, associate professor
    University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark
  • Miklos Hamori, specialist for reproductive medicine
    Fertility Center Erlangen, Germany
  • Eva Kallay Éva, University lecturer
    Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  • Helena Lenasi, senior associate professor
    University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Csaba Nyakas, professor emeritus
    Institute of Natural Science, Univeristy of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary
  • Gábor Pavlik, professor emeritus
    Institute of Natural Science, Univeristy of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary
  • Kornél Sipos, professor emeritus
    Institute of Social Science, Univeristy of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary
  • Csaba Sós, senior associate professor
    Institute of Sport Science, Univeristy of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary
  • József Tihanyi, professor
    Institute of Natural Science, Univeristy of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary

Local research Committee

  • dr. Géczi Gábor
  • dr. Dóczi Tamás
  • dr. Gyimes Zsolt
  • dr. Koltai Erika
  • dr. Ökrös Csaba
  • dr. Tóth László