The European journal of adapted physical activity (EUJAPA) has published a new issue.
Table of Contents
- Ng (Editorial), APA through COVID-19 – DOI: 10.5507/euj.2020.003
- Spencer et al, Cognitive interviews with children as a research tool for instrument validation in adapted physical activity – DOI: 10.5507/euj.2019.014
- Foley et al, The Impact of a Summer Sports Camp for Children with Visual Impairments on the Self-Efficacy of Physical Education Pre-Service Teachers – DOI: 10.5507/euj.2019.011
- McNamara & Dillon. Finding a Home for Adapted Physical Education in Individualized Education Program Software – DOI: 10.5507/euj.2019.015
- Bastos et al, Elite Athletes’ Perspectives about the Importance of Psychological Preparation and Personal Experiences with Sport Psychology – DOI: 10.5507/euj.2020.001
- Sánchez-Lastra et al, The use of adapted boxing as a rehabilitation strategy in people with diverse health conditions: a systematic review – DOI: 10.5507/euj.2020.004
EUJAPA is the official journal of the European Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (@eufapa), and is a platinum open access journal (free to submit, free to publish, CC-BY license) that is indexed in DOAJ and Scopus.
Direct link https://eujapa.upol.cz