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Research Output

Departmental Research Output:

The following are recent publications by staff and students of the HKE Department. Please feel free to contact the authors for copies of the publications if they are of interest to you. All can be found online.

Accredited Journal Publications 

2016

2015

Jones, R.I., Ryan, B. and Todd, A.I. (2015) Muscle fatigue induced by a soccer match-play simulation in amateur Black South African players. JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCES. 2015 (2015). p.1-7.

Pote, L. and Christie, C.J. (2015) Selected physiological and perceptual responses during a simulated limited overs century in non-elite batsmen. European Journal of Sport Science. 2015 (2015). p.1-7.

Viljoen, J.E. and Christie, C.J. (2015) The change in motivating factors influencing commencement, adherence and retention to a supervised resistance training programme in previously sedentary post-menopausal women: a prospective cohort study. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH. 15 (236). p.1-8.

Todd, A.I. Changing perspectives: Why the singular understanding of ergonomics in IDCs is hurting its development. International Conference on Humanizing Work and Work Environment 2015 at the 13th Indian Society of Ergonomics Annual Convention. Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Mumbai. India. December 2015.

2014

Pote L and Christie CJ. Physiological and perceptual demands of high intensity sprinting between the wickets in cricket.  International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching. Impact Factor: 0.93.  Volume 9, Number 6, 2014 

Draper CE, Basset S, de Villiers A, Bartels C, Blomkamp Y, Micklesfield L, Kruger S, Monyeki A, Puoane T, Naidoo R, Dugmore H, Walter C, Naidoo N, Bacon J, McQuaide K, Josephs L, Christie C, Uys M and Lambert EV (2014). Results from South Africa’s 2014 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 11 (Suppl 1), S98-S104. Impact Factor: 1.95.

Davy, J (2014). Good sleep, good health, good performance. It’s obvious, or is it? The importance of education programmes in general fatigue management. Ergonomics South Africa, 26(1).

 

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