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The National Academy of Kinesiology 2020 Review and Evaluation of Doctoral Programs in Kinesiology

John H. Challis

of programs. In contrast, the NAK ratings are based on a statistical analysis of survey data with one ranking based on data unadjusted for program faculty size and the other with those data adjusted for program faculty size. Alongside the 16 survey items which are used to determine program rank, the

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Youth Resistance Training: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly—The Year That Was 2017

Avery D. Faigenbaum

, childhood obesity, youth resistance training) in the top 20 ( 23 ). As a point of reference, in 2007 and 2008, topics related to children’s physical activity ranked first and second, respectively, but in 2018, children’s programing ranked 32nd out of 40 possible fitness trends (W. Thompson, personal

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The National Academy of Kinesiology 2023 Evaluation of Doctoral Programs in Kinesiology

Duane Knudson, Matthew Mahar, and Nicholas D. Myers

or adjusted program rank. Seven faculty indices had moderate to strong associations with both adjusted and unadjusted rankings. Associations between faculty indices and total T -scores were generally smaller with T -scores adjusted for faculty size than with unadjusted T -scores (Table  7 ). Table