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Bio-psycho-social context of kinesiology

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Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
5.10.00  Social sciences  Sport   
5.09.00  Social sciences  Psychology   

Code Science Field
S273  Social sciences  Physical training, motorial learning, sport 

Code Science Field
3.03  Medical and Health Sciences  Health sciences 
5.01  Social Sciences  Psychology and cognitive sciences 
Evaluation (rules)
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Researchers (23)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  24470  PhD Tina Bregant  Medical sciences  Researcher  2016 - 2017  468 
2.  15330  PhD Aleš Dolenec  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  338 
3.  21541  PhD Petra Golja  Medical sciences  Researcher  2016 - 2017  298 
4.  20405  PhD Gregor Jurak  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  1,038 
5.  15329  PhD Damir Karpljuk  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  1,340 
6.  18704  PhD Marjeta Kovač  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  1,441 
7.  30640  PhD Andreja Kukec  Medical sciences  Researcher  2015 - 2017  351 
8.  04957  PhD Bojan Leskošek  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  429 
9.  16126  Radoje Milić  Social sciences  Technician  2014 - 2016  146 
10.  20444  PhD Maja Pajek  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  531 
11.  16066  PhD Tomaž Pavlin  Humanities  Researcher  2014 - 2017  728 
12.  28553  PhD Petra Prevc  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  68 
13.  50017  PhD Vedrana Sember  Social sciences  Technician  2017  133 
14.  38157  PhD Darjan Smajla  Social sciences  Junior researcher  2015 - 2017  62 
15.  22384  PhD Gregor Starc  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  693 
16.  04959  PhD Vojko Strojnik  Social sciences  Principal Researcher  2014 - 2017  577 
17.  24603  PhD Igor Štirn  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  257 
18.  18082  PhD Katja Tomažin  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  296 
19.  13758  PhD Matej Tušak  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  1,138 
20.  06162  PhD Anton Ušaj  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2016  365 
21.  10063  PhD Mateja Videmšek  Social sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  1,225 
22.  05991  PhD Lijana Zaletel-Kragelj  Medical sciences  Researcher  2014 - 2017  535 
23.  23480  PhD Joca Zurc  Social sciences  Researcher  2016  744 
Organisations (2)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0381  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine  Ljubljana  1627066  45,225 
2.  0587  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Sport  Ljubljana  1627040  18,533 
Abstract
Program group deals with two target groups (children and youth, and adults and the elderly), and with the synergy of research in both areas it aims to maximize the effects of interpretive and practical applicability of the results. In the area of children and youth the program group is going to deal with the content of the development trends and environmental influences on physical and motor development of Slovenian children and youth, while in adult and elderly population on the contents of physical exercise and quality of life of adults. Through its research the program group is trying to follow the latest epistemological trends in the development of anthropological kinesiology and to holistically address its research problems. Our research group focuses primarily on the integration of the effects of human movement with the social sciences pedagogy, sociology, psychology, economics, as well as with the field of medicine. In this context we constructed a few sub-projects which are aiming to increase the cross disciplinary synergy and to take a step forward in understanding the factors that define human movement.
Significance for science
I. Development trends and environmental influences on physical and motor development of Slovenian children and youth - identify trends in physical and motor development in the current population of children and youth in Slovenia - assessment of dietary habits in the current population of children and youth in Slovenia - determine the current health status of the population of children and youth in Slovenia - determine the relationship between motor and physical development, and morbidity in the current population of children and youth in Slovenia - construction of national standards of physical and motor development of children and youth, which can be used in Kinesiology and paediatric research - completion of one of the largest collections of data on population movement and physical characteristics of children in the world that allows you to create predictive models of physical and motor development - development of criteria for functional performance of children and youth in relation to the physical characteristics - comparison with some related researches performed in the world - interpretations of the model of motor abilities - construction the criteria of the influence of biological maturation on the physical performance of children and youth     II. Physical exercise and quality of life of adults - establishing links between different types of fitness training for older people and their bio-psycho-social response - development of new diagnostic technologies - construction of research group which brings together experts in the field of kinesiology, medicine, physiotherapy, social work and technical science that can solve this kind of interdisciplinary problems in the described areas of expertise - development of new research for their application in specific circumstances - different age groups, problems with physical apparatus, workload, recreation - development of new knowledge in the field of control and foot stability and development methodology for the active learning setting foot on the floor - development of methods for the diagnosis of fatigue - software development and diagnostic procedures for the analysis of fatigue - development of mobile and web based application for planning and control of physical exercise in cooperation with development centre Savinja from Žalec
Significance for the country
I. Development trends and environmental influences on physical and motor development of Slovenian children and youth - the importance of international recognition by integrating data in a project of the World Health Organisation - the importance of the development of the profession by providing central data processing on the physical and motor development of Slovenian children and youth - the importance of access to foreign knowledge, which is enabled by working with the World Health Organisation - the importance of developing appropriate policies on public health and education with the aim of reducing physical inactivity - the importance of raising awareness among the general public about the negative trends in physical and motor development of children and youth - the importance of education personnel with the training of personnel working in the field of sport for children and youth - the importance of the development of the profession in connection with the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Biotechnology, Institute of Public Health, Faculty of Arts and Paediatric Hospital   II. Physical exercise and quality of life of adults - direct relevance to the society by contributing to better health and functional capacity of older people, which means fewer health and social costs - the importance of education personnel with the training of personnel who work in this area (from volunteer staff in a home for the elderly, sports instructors to master's degree program, which will exercise the elderly had a central role and is currently in preparation) - the importance of social infrastructure through the development of training centers for the elderly and the integration of these activities in homes for the elderly - the importance of the development of the profession in connection with the College of Health, Faculty of Social Work and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering - the importance of increasing employment opportunities as exercise for the elderly is not yet supported content and staffing, the proportion of older people in the Slovenian population is growing - the importance for the economy through the development of new mobile and web application against the stress at working place
Most important scientific results Annual report 2014, 2015, 2016, final report
Most important socioeconomically and culturally relevant results Annual report 2014, 2015, 2016, final report
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