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Geoffrey T. Burns, Kenneth M. Kozloff, and Ronald F. Zernicke

Biomechanics in Sports , Caceres Spain . Dapena , J. , Mcdonald , C. , & Cappaert , J. ( 1990 ). A regression-analysis of high jumping technique . International Journal of Sport Biomechanics, 6 ( 3 ), 246 – 261 . doi:10.1123/ijsb.6.3.246 Fowler , E. , Zernicke , R. , Setoguchi , Y

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Mark Urtel, Sara F. Michaliszyn, and Craig Stiemsma

subdisciplines of kinesiology, including sport history, exercise science, sport and exercise psychology, motor development, motor learning, exercise physiology, sports medicine, sport biomechanics, sport philosophy, sport sociology, physical education pedagogy, adapted physical activity, and sport management

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Scott Kretchmar

. When I arrived in 1984, the Department was composed of several islands of excellence—islands of physiology, motor control, psychology of sport, biomechanics, and history of sport. There was relatively little communication between them. Today we still feature relatively independent domains of excellence

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Joseph Hamill, Kathleen M. Knutzen, and Timothy R. Derrick

sessions, each with a different topic area in biomechanics. Some of these topic areas are listed in Table  1 . These different topic areas are an indication of the diversity of the areas of study within biomechanics. Table 1 Topic Areas Illustrating the Diversity of Content in Biomechanics Sport

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Bradley J. Cardinal

sport philosophy are listed; “Engineering & Technology” lists sport biomechanics; “Life Science & Medicine” includes exercise physiology, motor behavior, neuromechanics, physical activity & public health, sport & exercise psychology, and sports medicine; and “Social Sciences & Management” includes