Study of experiential knowledge regarding movement of sprint running

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Bibliographic Details
Title translated into German:Studie zur empirischen Kenntnis ueber die Laufbewegung beim Sprint
Author:Inagaki, Atsushi; Matsuura, Yoshiyuki
Published in:Japanese journal of physical education
Published:36 (1991), 2 , S. 105-126, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
Language:Japanese
ISSN:0484-6710
Keywords:
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Identification number:PU199212061095
Source:BISp

Abstract

Analysis of data indicated that three-dimensional spaces for head and torso, and four for arms and legs were good enough to explain the structure of experiential knowledge in each group. Thus the number of attributes systematizing knowledge are equal in both groups. Obvious differences were recognized in goodness of fit between SEM and WEM, so that sex differences in structure were assumed to be qualitative. It could be infered that the degree of importance of each item estimated in this study reflects specific knowledge regarding movement of sprint running because of high similarity between the results and general opinion of specialists in this field. High multiple correlations were obtained with regression analysis in all parts of the body, so that the degree of subjective importance was assumed to be determined with linear function of the dimensions obtained in this study. Verf.-Referat (gekuerzt)