KNES469: Research Methods in Exercise Science
A bibliographic and full text database covering literature on sports, physical fitness, exercise science, sports medicine, sports science, physical education, and kinesiology. This database provides full text for more than 440 journals, with full-text coverage dating back to 1985.
A comprehensive source of full text for nursing & allied health journals, including many related to exercise science. This database also contains author affiliations, searchable cited references, research instruments, evidence-based care sheets, and quick lessons & search strategies.
An abstracted index to all areas of medicine and the health sciences including clinical medicine, nursing, psychiatry, dentistry, pathology, toxicology, nutrition, exercise science, health care planning and administration, medical education, etc.
An abstracted index from the National Library of Medicine to all areas of medicine and the health sciences including clinical medicine, nursing, psychiatry, dentistry, pathology, toxicology, nutrition, health care planning and administration, veterinary science, medical education, etc.
Provides indexing for health and medical journals (100 of them full-text), and 500+ full text pamphlets, and selected health-related articles from an additional 1,500 general interest magazines; full text of six medical reference books; more than 1,800 medical topic overviews from 'Clinical Reference Systems'; contact information for support groups, hotlines, and research centers from 'The Complete Directory for People with Chronic Illness'.
As an integrated part of SciVerse, SciVerse Scopus is the world's largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources with smart tools to track analyze and visualize research. Subject coverage of life sciences (> 4,300 titles), physical sciences, health sciences (> 6,800 titles. 100% Medline coverage), and social science and humanities (> 5,300 titles).
The largest sports medicine organization in the world, ASCM is committed to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of sports-related injuries and the advancement of the science of exercise.
The ASEP is the professional organization representing and promoting the profession of exercise physiology. It is committed to the professional development of exercise physiology, its advancement, and the credibility of exercise physiologists. The Newsletter is not searchable, but is available free and provides a digest of information from scientific journals and professional papers.
"An international nonprofit educational association ..., the NSCA develops and presents the most advanced information regarding strength training and conditioning practices, injury prevention, and research findings.
NISMAT's mission is to offer excellent sports medicine clinical services, multidisciplinary research and education to both allied health professionals and the community at large, and to provide its staff with the best resources available to accomplish the goals of the organization.
The site provides access to information and guidelines on cardiology, physiology, nutrition, orthopaedics, and training as they relate to sports medicine.
This division " brings together psychologists, as well as exercise and sport scientists, interested in research, teaching, and service in this area... and seeksto further the clinical, educational, and scientific foundations of exercise and sport psychology."
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Provides links to manysources if you know the title of a journal and need the approved abbreviations, or if you know the abbreviation and need to know the full title.
The index contains journal titles all of the cited works in Web of Science
Google Scholar enables users to search for scholarly literature from a wide variety of academic publishers, professional societies, repositories and universities. Use Google Scholar to find journal articles, peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, technical reports and preprints on the web.
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