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IJARE Volume 9, Issue 2, May

Editorial

 

In This Issue . . . May 2015


2015, 9, 109 – 111
Stephen J. Langendorfer


 

The Times They Are A’ Changing


2015, 9, 112 – 113
Stephen J. Langendorfer


 

Oh, Baby, Baby: Examining Claims for Water Safety and Drowning Prevention of Infants


2015, 9, 114 – 115
Stephen J. Langendorfer


Original Research

 

Can You Swim in Clothes? Reflections on the Perception and Reality of the Effect of Clothing on Water Competency


2015, 9, 116 – 135
Kevin Moran


 

Understanding Factors That Influence Fear of Drowning in Children and Adolescents


2015, 9, 136 – 148
Carol C. Irwin, Jennifer Pharr, Richard L. Irwin


 

Adaption of the Cold Shock Response and Cooling Rates on Swimming Following Repeated Cold Water Immersions in a Group of Children Aged 10–12 Years


2015, 9, 149 – 161
Flora Bird, James R. House, Michael J. Tipton


 

The Physiological Response to Immersion in Cold Water and Cooling Rates During Swimming in a Group of Children Aged 10–11 Years


2015, 9, 162 – 174
Flora Bird, James R. House, Michael J. Tipton


 

Comparison of Four Feedback Methods Used to Help Improve Swimming Relay Exchanges: A Pilot Study


2015, 9, 175 – 183
David Luedtke, Bridget Duoos


 

Tracking Fatal Drownings in Public Swimming Pools: A Retrospective Multiscale Investigation Within France


2015, 9, 184 – 200
Elie Vignac, Pascal Lebihain, Bastien Soulé


Educational

 

Australian Aquatic Curriculum Reform: Treading Water Carefully?


2015, 9, 201 – 213
Timothy Lynch


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