Kinesiology Review is the official journal of the National Academy of Kinesiology and the American Kinesiology Association
Kinesiology Review (KR) provides a forum for discussion and analysis of kinesiology research and its applications. Although many journals publish reviews on select topics, KR stands alone in its focus on scholarly reviews from any and all of the kinesiology subdisciplines. This rigorously peer-reviewed online quarterly journal will serve the interests of those in all areas of study related to health and physical activity, including movement and exercise science, sport and exercise psychology, sports medicine, sport history, sociology of sport and physical activity, physical education pedagogy, athletic training, sport management, and physical and occupational therapy.
The insightful review articles in KR address important issues and emerging research in all areas of the sport, movement, and exercise sciences. KR also publishes theoretical papers, critical analyses of significant issues and scientific methods, and position papers pertinent to kinesiology. One issue each year will contain the annual papers of the National Academy of Kinesiology, which provides commentaries on timely issues in the field.
KR’s broad coverage makes it a perfect source of information for faculty, researchers, and professionals who want to stay up to date on emerging research across the disciplines, as well as students who are starting their exploration of this fascinating field of study.