Programme | Results

Dear Student-researchers! It is my great pleasure to invite you - on behalf of the University of Physical Education - to participate at the 23rd International Student Conference on Sport Sciences (ISCSS-2018) in April 27, 2018. The conference will be held on the campus of our university, which is located close to the historical area of the city, on the hilly side of the beautiful Budapest, west to the Danube River.

It is a tradition of our University to bring together young student-researchers from UPE, and other Sport Institutions in Hungary and that of neighboring countries to present their results obtained  in various fields of sportsciences. The ISCSS-2018 will provide valuable opportunities to exchange ideas, concepts and research findings, primarily by oral presentations. Also, it is our hope that the discussions will lead to future research collaborations and joint projects among the participants.

Previous participants can tell you about the great international spirit and vitality of these conferences and not to mention the fun they experienced in Budapest.

There will be plenary and invited speakers and the topics are carefully selected by the International Program Committee to represent all important aspects of research related to sportsciences. The program and other information can be soon found here.

Come and join us at the ISCSS-2018! More detailed information will follow soon. We are looking forward to seeing you in Budapest. Please save the date!

Akos Koller, president of the Students’ Scientific Association (TDK)

Programme

Programme and abstract brochure >>>

 

  • 8:00-8:30 Registration, Welcome coffee (uploading the presentations)
  • 8:30-8:40 Opening Ceremony (Hepp Ferenc Room)
    • Prof. Dr. h. c. Lajos Mocsai, Rector
    • Prof. Dr. Ákos Koller
  • 8:40-9:30 Invited Speakers (Hepp Ferenc Room) Chair: Prof. Dr. Ákos Koller
  • 8:40-9:05 Dr. Karsten Froberg, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark: The importance of physical activity in children and young people
  • 9:05-9.30 Prof. Ines Drenjancevic, Faculty of Medicine, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia: The effect of n-3 PUFA supplementation on physical performance and microvascular function
  • 9:30-11:00 Students’ Sections
    • Section 1: Research on Sports Management (Hepp Ferenc Room)
    • Section 2: Biomechanics and Health Science in Sport (1st floor Room 37)
  • 11:00-11:20 Coffee Break
  • 11:20-12:50 Students’ Sections
    • Section 3: Social Science and Sports (Hepp Ferenc Room)
    • Section 4: Physiology in Sport Science (1st floor Room 37)
  • 13:00-14:00 Lunch
  • 14:00-14:45 Closing Ceremony, Awards (Hepp Ferenc Room)
    • Prof. dr. h.c Lajos Mocsai
    • Prof. Ákos Koller
    • Dr. habil Gábor Géczi
    • Dr. Lukas Tzarkoma
    • Prof. Dr. Jerzy Kosiewicz
    • Prof. Dr. Karsten Froberg

Results

Section 1: Research on Sports Management (committee: Dr. habil Gábor Géczi (Chair), Dr. Csaba Bartha, Dr. Zsuzsanna Kalmár)

  • 1. Kristóf Világi (supervisor: Dr. Tamás Sterbenz): SAUS Hungary - Mapping the Hungarian sport analytics and sport IT level, creating a development plan to apply sport analytics
  • 2. Brigitta Cseh (supervisor: Lili Kassay): Hungarian and foreign participants to the extreme obstacle running race with dogs, Hard Dog Race
  • 3. Viktor Berezvai (Supervisor: Dr. Péter Farkas): Correlation analysis of students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in European countries

Section 2: Biomechanics and Health Science in Sport (committee: Dr. Lukas Tzarkoma (Chair), Dr. Martina Uvacsek, Dr. Sándor Sáfár)

  • 1. Christian Wester (supervisor: Anders Grøntved): Development and Validation of a Questionnaire to Assess Leisure Time Screen-based Media Use in Children
  • 2. Dániel Csala, Bálint Kovács (supervisor: Dr. József Tihanyi): Impact of hip extension and tibial rotation on regional hamstrings activity – implications for EMG normalization
  • 3. Chang Yin (supervisor: Prof. Ákos Koller): A case report of the usefulness of conservative therapies of herniated intervertebral disc (HIVD) in a male gymnast

Section 3: Social Science and Sports (committee: Prof. Dr. Jerzy Kosiewicz (Chair), Dr. Katalin Kovács, Dr. Gabriella Tzraskoma-Bicsérdy)

  • 1. Vivien Eszter Taylor, Veronika Kiss (supervisor: Dr. Ottó Benczenleitner, László Tóth, Dániel Mezei): Attitudes towards doping – a comparison of athletes, nonathletes, and sport experts
  • 2. Magdelena Krawiec (supervisor: Anna Kuk, Lilla Török): Occupational burnout among physical education teachers in Warsaw and Athens
  • 3. Botond Ágoston Nagy, Ágost Benedek Nagy (supervisor: Judit Balogh): A possible investigational method of the improvement of the performance in the youth basketball program, with the simultaneous use of a complex conditional and special shooting programs
  • Special award: Gábor Almási (supervisor: Dr. Anna Farkas, Dr. Márta Szmodis): Coach preferences in Hungarian water sports

Section 4: Physiology in Sport Science (committee: Prof. Dr. Karsten Froberg (Chair), Dr. Anna Farkas, Dr. Erika Koltai)

  • 1. Péter Bakonyi (supervisor: Prof. Dr. Zsolt Radák): The effects of blood flow restriction training on the genetic markers of thigh extensor muscle
  • 2. Erna Davidovics Cvetko (supervisor: Prof. Ines Drenjančević): Effects of eightweek intensive aerobic exercise on bone metabolism and body composition in college students
  • 3. Márk Kántor (supervisor: Dr. Ákos Koller, Dr. Ádám Lelbach): Regular physical activity as a prevention of cardiovascular diseases

 

We are pleased to invite you to the 15th International Congress on Sports Sciences for Students. It will be held at the Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education, Budapest Hungary, April, 26-27, 2002. The Scientific Committee of the Congress invites papers in the following fields:

  • Sport Physiology
  • Human Movement Sciences
  • Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy
  • Social Sciences and Sport History
  • Teaching Methods and Training Methods

We welcome any materials to the congress (lecture, video, poster, etc.) from Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. students as well as Professors for the round-table discussion. Conference language is English. Lecture time is 10 minutes.

Program

Complete section program with the abstracts >>>

Program | Results

The ICSSS 2004 Conference will gather students and top experts from all over the world to discuss and to share their experiences and new ideas in the broad field of physical education and sport sciences.

The accepted abstracts by the Scientific Committee will be grouped according to the invited fields.

Program

Full section program and abstracts >>>

April 22, 2004 (Thursday)

Arrival: to the Student Hotel of the Semmelweis University of Physical Education and Sport Sciences (TF) at Budapest
Address: Budapest XII. District, Alkotas út 44.
19:00 Dinner at the Student Hotel

April 23, 2004 (Friday)

8:00 Registration (Main Building, room 39)
8:30 Breakfast at the Student Hostel
10:00 Opening ceremony in the Auditorium

Greeting by Dr. Mihály Nyerges, dean of (Semmelweis University, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences)
Presentations:
Prof. Zsolt Radák: What made Leonardo a genius?
Prof. Kong Zhao-wei: 21 days of improved exercise performance in Chinese National Runners after altitude training
László Szalma: Biomechanical analysis of Track and Field Jumpings

12:00 Round-Table Discussion for Professors, Main Building, Council room
13:15 Lunch at the Student Hostel
14:00 Sections

    Coffee-breaks are in the Main Building, room 39.

18:00 Round-Table Discussion for Professors, Council room

19:30 Dinner at the Restaurant Zsoltudvar (Address: Budapest XII. District, Str. Zsolt 8/b.)
Menu: Green Salad, Turkey with Budapest style, Dessert, 1 glass wine or beer or soft drink
Note: A separate vegetarian menu will be available. Additional food and/or drinks will be at your own cost.

April 24, 2004 (Saturday)

8:00 Breakfast at the Student Hotel
9:00 Sections at the Student Hostel

    Coffee-breaks are in the Main Building

14:00 Closing ceremony (Main Building, Assembly Hall) Banquet (Main Building, roomm 43)
16:00 Sightseeing
19:30 Dinner at the Student Hostel

Results

Sport Psychology Section

  1. (GYISM, MSTT) Bence Takács (TF, Hungary): Branch Of Sport Preference Examination In Three Age Groups Of Kindergarten Children
  2. (MSTT, MOB) Dora Gergelics and Viktoria Zámbo (ELTE, Hungary): I Could If I Would. The Twenty Best Excuses Of The Lazy People
  3. (MOB) Andrius Mikalauskas (Lituania): The Peculiarities Of Intercourse Between Athletes And Coach

Különdíj (Magyar Edzők Társasága): Fiona Moola (Toronto, Canada): “fighting the dragon”: the role of physical activity in the treatment of depression in the elderly

Exercise Physiology & Nutrition Section

  1. (GYISM) Zsófia Müller (ELTE, Hungary): Dietary habits of preadolescent children
  2. (MSTT, OM)  Eszter Völgyi, Lea Kalla (TF, Hungary): Running performance in lean and obese boys
  3. (OM) Trevor Hanel (Cederfals, USA): Ethnic differences in physique and running performance

Különdíj (NUPI, MSTT): Hermenegildo Ricardo Lino de Sousa, Moreira Paulino Guerreiro Belchior(Portugal): Environmental influence on outdoor activities

Sport & Quality of Life Section

  1. (GYISM) Andrea Demeter (Pecs, Hungary):International Comparative Study on Life-style
  2. (MSTT) Eleonóra Murányi (TF, Hungary): Affectivity of primary and secondary school students towards school pyshical education
  3. (MOB) Efstathios Christodoulides (TF, Hungary): Leisure Sports Opportunities In Cyprus

Különdíj (MSTT, MOB): Noémi Keresztes, Zsuzsanna Pluhar, Bettina Pikó (Szeged, Hungary): middle school  aged children’s relationship to sports activity - motivations, practices and possibilites

Adaptation to Exercise Section

  1. (GYISM, MSTT) Demetris Demetriou, Szilvia Gita (TF, Hungary): Determination of intensity zones and lactic acid tolerance in young (16-18 year old) Hungarian soccer players
  2. (MSTT) A.I. Mironenko (Moscow, Russia): The Biomechanical analysis of landing position in horizontal athletics jumps(MSTT): André Mateus (Portugal): Cartography of the Soccer European          Championship 2004
  3. (MOB) Éva Fekete (TF, Hungary): Some Experience How To Instruct Novice Pole Vaulters

Kinesiology & Sport Medicine Section

  1. (GYISM, MOB) J. Witt, E. O’Donnell, S. Thomas, C.D. Rodgers, M. J. De Souza (Toronto, Canada):Depressed Sympathetic Stimulation In Amenorrheic Females Compared To Eumenorrheic Females As Measured By Heart Rate Variability
  2. (MSTT, OM) Zsófia Onyestyák, Anna Iljicsov (SOTE, Hungary): Lactic Acidosis, Lactaciduria And Changes In Anion-Gap During Exercise

Különdíj (Magyar Edzők Társasága): Eszter Sarlós, Éva Bulcsu, Apolka Szentirmay (TF, Hungary): The Influence Of Physical Activity On Osteoporosis In Female University Students

Program | Results | Committees

We are pleased to invite you to the 17th International Congress on Sports Sciences for Students. It will be held at the Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education, Budapest Hungary, April, 21-22, 2006. The Scientific Committee of the Congress invites papers in the following fields:

  • Sport Physiology
  • Human Movement Sciences
  • Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy
  • Social Sciences and Sport History
  • Teaching Methods and Training Methods

We welcome any materials to the congress (lecture, video, poster, etc.) from Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. students as well as Professors, for the round-table discussion. Conference language is English. Lecture time is 10 minutes.

Program

April 20, 2006 (Thursday)

Arrival to the Student Hotel of the Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences (TF) at Budapest. Address: Budapest XII. District, Alkotás utca 44.
19:00 Dinner at the Student Hotel

April 21, 2006 (Friday)

8:30 Breakfast at the Student Hotel
9:00 Registration (Main Building, room 39)
10:30 Opening ceremony in the Auditorium

Greeting by Dr. Mihály Nyerges, dean
Presentations:

  • The offical opening of the Congress by Dr. Attila Ábrahám, president of the National Sports Office
  • Dr. László Nádori professor emeritus
  • Dr. Thomas Scott professor
  • Tamás Sterbenz assistant lecturer

12:45 Lunch at the Student Hotel
14:00 Sections

  • Social Science Section (Bachelor and Master students) (Main Building, room 43)
  • Kinesiology & Sports Medicine Section (Bachelor and Master students) (Main Building, Assembly Hall)
  • Social Science, Kinesiology & Sports Medicine Section (PhD students) (Main Building, Council room)

(Coffee-breaks are in the Main Building, room 39)

19:00 Dinner at the “PAULANER PUB & RESTAURANT” (Address: Budapest, XII. District, MOM Park, Alkotás utca 53.) – Note: A separate vegetarian menu will be available. One glass beer or soft drink is included in the menü. Additional food and/or drinks will be at your own cost.

April 22, 2006 (Saturday)

8:00 Breakfast at the Student Hotel
9:00 Sections

  • Sport & Quality of Life Section (Main Building, Assembly Hall)
  • Physical Education Section (Main Building, Council room)
  • Adaptation to Exercise Section (Main Building, room 43)

Coffee-breaks are in the (Main Building, room 39)

13:00 Round-Table Discussion for Professors, Main Building, Council room
14:00 Closing ceremony (Main Building, Assembly Hall)
14:30 Banquet (Main Building, room 43)
16:00 Sightseeing in the Castle district
19:00 Dinner at the Student Hotel
22:00 Rudas (Turkish) Bath

Additional materials: Detailed program of the sections | All abstracts

Results

SOCIAL SCIENCE SECTION

  1. Orphanos Yiannakis (Ciprus, TF): The Impact of the European Union on Sport in Limassol (Supervisor:: Dr. Gyöngyi Szabó-Földesi)
  2. Panayiotis Shippi (Ciprus, TF): Comparison of Cypriot and Hungarian Elite and Retired Gymnasts Starting their Sporting Career (Supervisor: Dr. Gyöngyi Szabó­Földesi)
  3. Dimitriy Udalov (Moszkva, Russia): Evolution of Sport in World PoliticsKülöndíj: Nikolett Onyestyák (TF): The Stolen Gold Medalsolimpics in the „Small Cold War” (Supervisor: Dr. Katalin Szikora)

KYNESIOLGY & SPORTMEDICINE SECTION

  1. Kalina Kaźmierska, Magdalena Bogdan (Poland): Evaluation of anaerobic performance and special physical fitness in individuals with quadriplegia (Supervisor: Dr. Andrej Kosmol, Dr. Natalia Morgulec)
  2. Hicham Dalloul, Dóra Uretczky (SOTE, TF): Gene expression alterations due to eccentric exercise induced muscle damage (Supervisor: Dr. JózsefTihanyi)
  3. Sándor Sáfár (TF): Effect of whole body vibration on mechanical characteristics of knee extensors (Supervisor: Dr. JózsefTihanyi)Különdíj: Éva Bakács (SOTE): Echocardiographic parameters as a function of physical fitness level (Supervisor: Dr. Gábor Pavlik)

SOCIAL SCIENCE AND KYNESIOLGY & SPORTMEDICINE Ph.D. SECTION

Különdíj: Hajnalka Nemeth, Hatsue Saito, Mayuko Kimura, Akira Maki, Susumu Ito, Toshifumi Takenaka (TF, Japán): Recovery – time constant and amplitude characteristics to short-term breath-holding during dynamic leg-exercise (Supervisor: Dr. Gábor Pavlik)

SPORT & QUALITY OF LIFE SECTION

  1. Szilvia Szabó (TF): Eating Disorders and Bodyweight Problems among Hungarian Competitive Skaters (Supervisor: Dr. Ágota Lénárt
  2. Mariah Ritter, Joao Santos (USA, Portugal): Combating Childhood and Adolescent Obesity: Comparing Fitness Levels and Body Composition of Hungarian Children to American Children (Supervisor: Dr. Ferenc Ihász, Dr. Kevin Finn)
  3. Paweł Brodzki (Poland): Emotional intelligence, temperament and self efficiency of footballersKülöndíj: Vikenty Kolenko (Ukrania): Psychological Selection Criteria in Track and Field, as Applied to Running Events

PHYSICAL EDUCATION SECTION

  1. Anikó Huszár (TF): Adult health consciousness and behavior or the effects of physical education on adulthood life style in Hungary and Finland (Supervisor: Dr. Józszef Bognár)
  2. Valeria Balan, Corina Ciolca (Romania): Games Contribution to the Moral Development of Institutionalized Children
  3. Dora Gergelics and Viktoria Zambo (ELTE): Development but which way? Forwards or backwards? (Supervisor: Dr. Júlia Bősze)Különdíj: Anikó Versics (TF): Training and sporting habits of 11 and 18-year old girls attending state and religious schools /A comparative analysis/ (Supervisor: Dr. Pál Hamar)

ADAPTATION TO EXERCISE SECTION

  1. Balázs Barina (Pécs): Survey of Technics of Olympic and few Hungarian Top Paddlers (Supervisor: Dr. Miklós Bánhidi)
  2. AgnieszkaDabrowska-Perzyna (Poland): The level of jumping and speed abilities in girls doing figure skating(Supervisor: Dr. Tatyana Polishchuk)
  3. AgnieszkaDabrowska (Poland): The level of physical efficiency of individuals with disabilities in Polish Wheelchair Basketball (Supervisor: Dr. Bartosz Molik)

    Különdíj: Marc Mazzucco (Canada): The Impact of the Disability Movement of the 1970s on the Transformation of Physical Activity in North America

Committes

Members of the organizing committee

  • Dr. Zsolt Radák , vice-dean for scientific and foreign affairs (Semmelweis University Faculty of  Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. Katalin Kovács , associate professor, President of the Scientific Committee (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Istvánné Varga , coordinator (Semmelweis University Faculty of  Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Anna Toldy, coordinator (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Zsuzsanna Vargha, coordinator (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • László Révész , PhD student (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)

Members of the scientific committee

  • Dr. Susan Bandy, visiting professor (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. Anikó Barabás , associate professor (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. Miklós Bánhidi , college professor (University of West Hungary, Apáczai Csere János Teacher Training College, Győr)
  • Dr. Rick Bevis, professor ( Malaspina University College, Canada)
  • Melinda Bíró, PhD student (Eszterházy Károly Teacher Training College, Eger)
  • Dr. Anna Farkas , researcher (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. János Farkas , professor emeritus (Budapest Technical and Economical University)
  • Dr. Gyöngyi Szabó-Földesi , professor (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. Csaba Istvánfi , professor (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. Susumo Ito, professor (Kokushikan University, Japan)
  • Dr. Katalin Keresztesi , associate professor (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. Jerzy Kosiewicz, professor (Akademia Wichowania Fizycnego, Warsaw)
  • Sergei Litvinov, PhD student (Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport and Tourism)
  • Dr. Éva Martos , director general (National Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition, Budapest)
  • Dr. Bartosz Molik, Ph.D. student (Józef Piłsudski Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw)
  • Dr. László Nádori, professor emeritus (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Csaba Ökrös, Ph.D. student (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. Júlia Pápai , senior research fellow (National Institute for Young Talents, Budapest)
  • Dr. József Pucsok , professor (National Institute for Sports Medicine, Budapest)
  • Dr. Mariann Reigl, associate professor (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. Erzsébet Rétsági, associate professor(University of Pécs, Institute for Physical Education and Sport)
  • Dr. Thomas Scott, associate professor (University of Toronto Faculty of Physical Education and Health)
  • Dr. Kornél Sipos, professor (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. Henriette Dancs-Szegner, PhD student(Berzsenyi Dániel Teacher Training College, Szombathely)
  • Márk Váczi, PhD student, (Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, TF)
  • Dr. István Vingender, associate professor (Semmelweis University, College of Health Care, Budapest)
  • Dr. Márta Wilhelm, associate professor (University of Pécs, Institute for Physical Education and Sport)

Program | Results

We are pleased to invite you to the 18th International Congress on Sports Sciences for Students. It will be held at the Semmelweis University Faculty of Physical Education, Budapest Hungary, April, 25-26, 2008. The Scientific Committee of the Congress invites papers in the following fields:

  • Sport Physiology
  • Human Movement Sciences
  • Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy
  • Social Sciences and Sport History
  • Teaching Methods and Training Methods

We welcome any materials to the congress (lecture, video, poster, etc.) from Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. students as well as Professors, for the round-table discussion. Conference language is English. Lecture time is 10 minutes.

Program

Thursday, 2008. April 24

  • 19:00    Dinner at the Student Hotel

Friday, 2008. April 25

  • 8:00     Breakfast at the Student Hotel
  • 9:00     Registration
  • 10:30   Opening ceremony
  • 12:30   Lunch at the Student Hotel
  • 13:00   Late registration
  • 13:45   Rooms are open for participants
  • 14:00   Sections for bachelor and master students
  • 17:30   Round-Table Discussion Introduction of Professors and their Universities
  • 20:00   Dinner at a restaurant.

Saturday 2008. April 26

  • 7:30     Breakfast at the Student Hotel
  • 8:30     Sections for PhD students
  • 10:30   Scientific Round-Table Discussion for Professors. Chair: Prof. Ken Hardman
  • 13:00   Closing ceremony (Main Building, room Díszterem) Banquet (Main Building, room 43)
  • 16:00   Cultural program, sight-seeing
  • 19:30   Dinner at the Student Hotel
  • 20:30   Rudas Bath

Sunday 2008. April 27

  • 8:00     Breakfast at the Student Hotel
Bachelor and Master section

Sport for people with Disability (Inclusive Physical Activity) – 2:00 p.m, Room 37.

  1. Ilona Dzich: Paralympic sport and sports environment
  2. Károly Cserjés-Diána Szemeti: Movement Intensity and Calorie Expenditure of  Young Disabled and Non-Disabled Adults
  3. Sorina Adascalitei, I. Cristache, M. Stoicescu: Study about the Relationship between Psychomotor Capacity and School Results at the Children with Mental Disabilities
  4. Valeria Balan, Dumitru Vasilescu: Premises for Developing Inclusive Physical Education In Romania
  5. Kinga Kiszela: Physical Education Students’ Knowledge and their Opinion from the Hyperactivity and the Integration of Hyperactive Students

Training and Testing (Motor Learning) – 2:00 p.m, Assembly Hall

  1. Irina Punko: Tests Used for Assessment of Coordination Abilities
  2. Júlia Kiss: Study of gymnastic-specific motor skills among kindergarten children
  3. Jerzy Mieńkowski: A Comparison of Motor Coordination in Boys of Three Age Groups Practicing Recreational Archery
  4. Gabriella Gelencsér: Experiences of the Application of Cooper Test and Shuttle Run at 2-4 Graders Student
  5. Eszter Szabó: Physical development and motor performance of primary school girls according to birth season
  6. Małgorzata Kinga Latoszek: The psychomotor efficiency of the members of Mazowsze Voivodoship Team of Juniors in Canoeing
  7. Gębska Elżbieta: Physical Ability of Policemen/women between the age of 20 and 30
  8. Zsófia Király: Diving training methodology in Hungary
  9. Ewa Jankowska: The relation of the fitness instructors’ level of physical fitness to their life style
  10. Mátyás Árva: The Importance of the Rebounds in Basketball
  11. Heim Attila: Effectiveness of defensive blocking in elite handball teams
  12. Tomáš Malý, P. Hráský, F. Zahálka, Č. Miroslav: The Speed of the Serve in National Women Volleyball Team And its Comparison between Training and Competition Conditions (Poster)
  13. Novarina Massimilano, Grassini M., Eid L., Crescentini A.,  Lovecchio N.: Sit and Reach Flexibility Test: Results of High School Italian Students (Poster)
  14. Grassini Marco, Novarina M., Eid L., Crescentini A., Lovecchio N.: Sit-Up Test: Results of High School Italian Students (Poster)

Exercise Physiology – 2:00 p.m, room 60.

  1. Anita Hosnyánszki: Characteristics of  the Athletes’ Heart in Different Artistic Branches of Sports
  2. Olesya Kolesnik: Physiological Mechanisms and Methods of Realization Hypoxy Training of Athletes
  3. Krisztián Papp: Establishing of Latin-American Dancing’s burdenstructure based on a scrutinize during a competition and previous measuring
  4. Szilvia Molnár: Pulse Responses of the Motion Forms by Middle Age Females
  5. János Rikk: Body Composition and Cardio-Vascular Indicators of Middle-Aged Males and Females
  6. Csaba Pecsi: Effects of Creatine Monohydrate Supplementation on Sport Performance
  7. Marko Balan: Activation of Nuclear Factor kappa B in the Myocardium Following Exercise
  8. Petronella Bartók: The Importance of Prevention in Kindergarten PE Lessons
  9. Valeria Balan: Advantages of water physical exercises programs on rehabilitation of sportsmen’s injuries

Sport Kynesiology – 2:00 p.m, room 62.

  1. Yu-Ting Chen & Chung-Yu Chen: Does the Logarithmic Speed-Accuracy Trade-Off Occur in One Dimension Dragging Task?
  2. Yu-Ting Chen & Chung-Yu Chen: Effects of Reaction Time under Various Indexes of Difficulty for One Dimension Dragging Task
  3. Wei-Shun Tai & Chung-Yu Chen: The Characteristics of Ground Reaction Force for Jump Shooting
  4. János Négyesi, J. Matlák: Effect of the induced pretension with various types of contraction for the concentric speed
  5. Andrea Póka: Variances of reaching arm movements with load and without load
  6. Yi-Chieh Lin & Chung-Yu Chen: Gender Difference in Vertical Jump as Function of Arm Swing and Stretch Shortening Cycle for Middle/Later Children
  7. Dóra Ureczky: Relationship between eccentric training induced muscle damage variables and fibre composition
  8. Elena Mitrikovskih, Abdullaev V., Gatsunaev A., Simerhzi D., Sorokin S., Radzievich A.: Kinematics  and metabolic cost in walking (Poster
  9. Pavel Hráský: Comparison the Assessment of Asymmetries in Body Composition by Using Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis and Kinesilology Testing Procedure by Young Soccer Players (Poster)

Social Sciences – 2:00 p.m, room 43.

  1. Paweł Brodzki, R, Adamski: Correlation between self efficiency, optimism and phisicall skills
  2. Dóra Boldizsár, K. Fábi, A. Lerch: Empirical Examination of Gymnasts’ Emotions Connected with Sport
  3. Shelly Burns, T.Gnanalingam, M. Ibrahim, S. Kulasingham, A. Puckrin, A. Tulloch: Coping with Stress: Strategies Used by Varsity Coaches
  4. Tamás Orbán: Domino Day, Perfection in Team Building
  5. Zsófia Selmeczi: Body culture of Mesoamerican Indians
  6. Marco Nobre-Goncalo Gomes: Geographical Backgrounds of Athletic Results in Portugal
  7. Marius Stoicescu: Physical exercise – an adaptation factor to the recent changes of the environment
  8. Veronika Czabai: The Károly Eszterházy College’s Students’ Habits of Physical Activities
  9. Marc Esteve, Xavier Orrit: The Sports Critic’s Observatory: An E-Learning Project
  10. Stephanie Cook: Creating Positive Spaces for LGBTQ Athletes: An Investigation of International Olympic Committees’ Gender and Sexuality Policies
  11. Nikolaus Ladenhauf: Changes in Society and their Impacts on Emergency Medical Services in Rural Areas of Austria
  12. Anna Kovacs: Comparison of the „Independent European Sport Review” and the Hungarian Practice through the DVSC Football Team
PhD section

Life Science – 8:30 a.m. Assembly Hall

  1. Tamás Csányi, P. Vári: BMI values and physical activity in ten year olds, as a function of school choice
  2. Márta Ránky: Quantity and Quality Problems of Supplementary Consumption for Elite Athletes
  3. Katalin Rácz: Comparative Analysing of the Results of the Rey Complex Figure Test in the Mirror of School Maturity
  4. Constanta Urzeala: Aspects Regarding the Improvement of the Neuromuscular Control in Aerobics Gymnastics
  5. Erika Koltai,  Zs. Szabo, Zs. Lacza, A. Cselenyak, S. Goto: The Role of Sirtuins in Aged Exercise Trained and IGF-1 Treated Rat Skeletal Muscle
  6. Barbara Varga-Pintér, Zs. Kneffel, H. Németh, P. Horváth: Resting Blood Pressure, Cardiac Output and Total Peripheral Resistance in Water Athletes

Social Science – 8:30 a.m. room 37.

  1. Ivan Čuk, Almir Atiković: Artistic Gymnastics Examination Software at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport
  2. Eleonóra Murányi: Comparative Analysis of Static Strength and Passive Stretching Ability in 13-14-year Old Students
  3. Norbert Kovács, A. Németh, A. Potyondi: Investigation of the Track and Field Relevant Disciplines at the University
  4. Marina Udalova: Formation of Students’ Professional Practical Foreign Language Skills at the University of Physical Education of Russia While Joining the  Bologna Process
  5. Nikolett Onyestyák: Olympic absences in 1920 and 1984 – exclusion, boycott or non-participation?

Scientific Round-Table Discussion (Professors) – 10:30 a.m. room 37.

  1. Sáringerné Dr. Zsuzsanna Szilárd: The role of exercise in conductive education
  2. Celebi Muberra: Teamwork & Problem Solved Based Activities in Recreation
  3. Miklós Bánhidi: Lifecoder as an Easy Tool Measuring Active Lifestyle
  4. Dilşad Mirzeoğlu,  Işıl Aktağ: Multıple Intellıgence In Physıcal Educatıon Classroom
  5. Cazzoli Stefania, Sergio Cecchin: Physical Education Teacher: Initial  and Continous  Training

Results

Sport for People with Disability (Inclusive Physical Activity) (Bachelor and Master Students)
Chair: Dr. József Buday Members: Stefania Cazzoli, Dr. Anna Farkas, Éva Relle Nyerges

  1. Kinga Kiszela (TF, Hungary): Physical Education Students’ Knowledge and their Opinion from the Hyperactivity and the Integration of Hyperactive Students
  2. Ilona Dzich (Poland): Paraolympic Sport and Sports Environment
  3. Sorina Adascalitei, I. Cristache, M. Stoicescu (Romania): Study about the Relationship between Psychomotor Capacity and School Results at the Children with Mental Disabilities

Training and Testing (Motor Learning) (Bachelor and Master Students)
Chair: Dr. Csaba Istvánfi Members: Dr. Isil Aktag, Gábor Géczi, Dr. Tamás Szabó

  1. Attila Heim (TF, Hungary): Effectiveness of Defensive Blocking in Elite Handball Teams
  2. Jerzy Mieńkowski (Poland): A Comparison of Motor Coordination in Boys of Three Age Groups Practicing Recreational Archery
  3. Júlia Kiss (TF, Hungary): Study of Gymnastic-Specific Motor Skills among Kindergarten Children
    Különdíj: Ewa Jankowska (Poland): The Relation of the Fitness Instructors’ Level of Physical Fitness to Their Life Style

Exercise Physiology (Bachelor and Master Students)
Chair: Dr. Jack Goodman Members: Dr. Viktória Kovács, Dr. Miklós Tóth, Dr. Márta Wilhelm

  1. Marko Balan (Canada): Activation of Nuclear Factor kappa B in the Myocardium Following Exercise
  2. Csaba Pécsi (TF, Hungary): Effects of Creatine Monohydrate Supplementation on Sport Performance
  3. Anita Hosnyánszki (TF, Hungary): Characteristics of  the Athletes’ Heart in Different Artistic Branches of Sports
    Különdíj: János Rikk (Győr, Hungary): Body Composition and Cardio-Vascular Indicators of Middle-Aged Males and Females

Sport Kinesiology (Bachelor and Master Students)
Chair: Dr. Zsolt RadákMembers: Dr. Veronika Börzsei, Dr. Csaba Nyakas, Dr. Lukasz Trzaskoma

  1. Dóra Ureczky (TF, Hungary): Relationship Between Eccentric Training Induced Muscle Damage Variables and Fibre Composition
  2. Elena Mitrikovskih, V. Abdullaev, A. Gatsunaev, D. Simerhzi, S. Sorokin, A. Radzievich (Russia): Kinematics  and Metabolic Cost in Walking
  3. Yu-Ting Chen (Tajvan): Does the Logarithmic Speed-Accuracy Trade-Off Occur in One Dimension Dragging Task?
    Különdíj: János Négyesi, J. Matlák (TF, Hungary): Effect of the Induced Pretension with Various Types of Contraction for the Concentric Speed

Social Sciences (Bachelor and Master Students)
Chair: Dr. Gyöngyi  Szabó Földesi Members: Tamás Dóczy,  Dr. Ken Hardman, Dr. Celebi Muberra

  1. Stephanie Cook (Canada): Creating Positive Spaces for LGBTQ Athletes: An Investigation of International Olympic Committees’ Gender and Sexuality Policies
  2. Anna Kovacs (TF, Hungary): Comparison of the „Independent European Sport Review” and the Hungarian Practice through the DVSC Football Team
  3. Dóra Boldizsár, K. Fábi, A. Lerch (TF, Hungary): Empirical Examination of Gymnasts’ Emotions Connected with Sport
    Különdíj: Marc Esteve, Xavier Orrit (Spain): The Sports Critic’s Observatory: An E-Learning Project
    Különdíj: Marco Nobre-Goncalo Gomes (Portugal): Geographical Backgrounds of Athletic Results in Portugal