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hgur54
10-27-2004, 09:26 PM
Dear Colleagues,

Young Investigator Special Issue (YISI) 1 of the Journal of Sports
Science and Medicine is now available for you to access the abstracts
and the full articles in http and pdf formats. The JSSM family is proud
to start this new service to the Sport Science community and to young
researchers. The Young Investigator Special Issue followed a normal
peer-review process, except that there were no straight rejections in
the first phase of review. We advised the reviewers of the Young
Investigator Special Issue to proceed with constructive advice and
remarks for all manuscripts. This offered a great opportunity for the
Young Investigators to revise the manuscript, while at the same time
contributing to the learning process.

We are very happy that we achieved our goal in a very short time. The
JSSM Young Investigator Special Issue became ready one month before the
planned schedule. Many expert referees wrote us and offered their help.
Many other referees accepted our revision request immediately despite
their busy schedule. The support of the supervisors was also
substantial. At this point, we would like to thank all contributors to
this first issue of the Young Investigator Special of the JSSM.

In the future, we hope that we can attract even more participants to
share their knowledge with us, to write up their own work and to
increase their motivation and confidence.

Finally, we hope that the readers will accept this Young Investigator
Issue as a scientific source for research.
Enjoy it!

Young Investigator Special Issue Editor
Mustafa Atalay, MD, MPH, PhD

YISI Guest Editors
Eric Eils, PhD
Jukka A. Salmi, MSc, MPH


JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCE AND MEDICINE, NOVEMBER 2004 - VOLUME 3,

YOUNG INVESTIGATOR SPECIAL ISSUE 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITORIAL
Young Investıgator Specıal Issue
Mustafa Atalay, Jukka A. Salmi and Eric Eils
http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/edi/yisi-edi-1text.php

RESEARCH ARTICLE
The physiological responses of chronic heart failure patients to maximal
strength test and a balke incremental test.
Itamar Levinger, Roger Bronks, David V. Cody, Ian Linton and Allan Davie

http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/1/yisi1-1.htm

RESEARCH ARTICLE
An evaluation of the rearfoot posture in individuals with patellofemoral
pain syndrome.
Pazit Levinger and Wendy Gille
http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/2/yisi1-2.htm

RESEARCH ARTICLE
Muscular oxidatıve capacity in ovariectomized rats discussion on the
endurance performance of female athletes with sports-related-amenorrhea.

Takahiro Sasa, Koichi Sairyo, Naoyuki Yoshida, Makoto Ishikawa, Mari
Fukunaga and Natsuo Yasui
http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/3/yisi1-3.htm

RESEARCH ARTICLE
Perceived exertion as an exercise intensity indicator in chronic heart
failure patients on beta-blockers.
Itamar Levinger, Roger Bronks, David V. Cody, Ian Linton and Allan Davie

http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/4/yisi1-4.htm

RESEARCH ARTICLE
Training alterations in elite cyclists may cause transient changes in
glomerular filtration rate.
Chad D. Touchberry, Mark Ernsting, Greg Haff and J. Lon Kilgre
http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/5/yisi1-5.htm

RESEARCH ARTICLE
Evaluating the influence of massage on leg strength, swelling, and pain
following a half-marathon.
Lance G. Dawson, L.G, Kimberley A. Dawson and Peter M. Tiidus
http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/6/yisi1-6.htm

RESEARCH ARTICLE
Variation in football players' sprint test performance across different
ages and levels of competition.
Catarina Abrantes, Vitor Maçãs and Jaime Sampaio
http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/7/yisi1-7.htm

RESEARCH ARTICLE
Exercise-induced hypervolemia may not be consequential to dehydration
during exercise.
Bartholomew Kay, Brendan J. O'Brien and Nicholas D. Gill
http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/8/yisi1-8.htm

RESEARCH ARTICLE
Understanding the role of behavior and cognitions in a group exercise
setting.
Tina L. Shrigley and Kimberley A. Dawson
http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/%7Ehakan/sbtd/yisi/1/9/yisi1-9.htm


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http://www.jssm.org or http://jssm.uludag.edu.tr

If you have any questions please contact me by e-mail at
hakan@uludag.edu.tr




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