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Leo Pavicic
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=09The 1996 International Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress
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The Cooper Institute for Aerobics Research (CIAR) is organizing and
hosting a scientific congress prior to the Atlanta Olympic games in
1996. The meeting will be organized under the auspices of the
International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education
(ICSSPE), a scientific organization that has sponsored similar
congresses since 1964. The Congress will be under the patronage of the
International Olympic Committee (IOC) and His Excellency Juan A.
Samaranch, and UNESCO. Mr. Samaranch will attend the meeting and will
give an opening address to the delegates.=20

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM INFORMATION
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The 1996 International Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress will
present an interdisciplinary program with Plenary Award Lectures
for lifetime achievement in physical activity, sport, and health;
invited speakers; and concurrent symposia presented by the world's
foremost authorities in exercise science and sports medicine.
Additional papers representing the highest levels of scientific
excellence in the fields of physical activity, sport, and health
will be presented in poster format by scientists from around the
world. The official language of the Congress will be English,
although Plenary Sessions and other major lectures will be
translated into Spanish. Translation to other languages will be
considered based on need.
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Plenary Award Lecturers and topics for the Congress include:
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Ralph S. Paffenbarger, Jr., M.D., Dr.P.H.
Physical Activity and Health
Stanford University School of Medicine, USA

Joseph Keul, M.D.
Physical Training and Elite Athletes
Klinikum der Albert-Ludwigs-Universit=84t Freiburg, Germany

Bengt Saltin, M.D.
Exercise and the Environment
The Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre, Denmark

William L. Haskell, Ph.D.
Physical Activity, Sport, and Health: Towards the Next Century
Stanford University School of Medicine, USA

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1996 International Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress Concurrent
Lecturers
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1. Almond, Leonard A. AIESEP Cagigal Lecture: A New Focus for
(UK) Promoting Physical Activity and Health with
Children and Youth
2. Bouchard, Claude Gene-Physical Activity and Gene-Diet =20
(CAN) Interactions
3. Buskirk, Elsworth Historical Perspectives of Our Understanding
R. (USA) of Physical Performance Under Hypoxi Conditions
4. Fiatarone, Maria A. Physical Activity and Functional Independence
(USA) in Aging
5. Follinsbee, The Role of Ambient Air Quality on Human
Lawrence A. (USA) Physiology and Performance
6. Koop, C. Everett The Public Health Burden of Obesity
(USA)
7. Kuipers Harm (NET) How Much is Too Much? Performance Aspects of
Overtraining
8. Kyle, Chester R. Utilization of Aerodynamics to Improve Sport
(USA) Performance
9. Malina, Robert M. Tracking of Physical Activity and Fitness
(USA) from Childhood to Adulthood
10. Miyashita, What Are Key Factors in Success of Altitude
Mitsumasa (JPN) Training?
11. Morgan, William P. Psychosocial Aspects of Physical Activity and
(USA) Exercise
12. Nadel, Ethan R. The Limits of Human Performance: Project
(USA) Daedalus
13. Naul, Roland (GER) Olympic Education and Olympic Ideals of Youth
14. Newsholme, Eric A. Biochemical Aspects of Muscle Fatigue
(UK)
15. Orlick,Terry (CAN The Role of Mental Training in Achieving the
Highest Levels of Excellence
16. Telford, Richard A. Seasonal Variations in Sport Performance
(AUS)
17. Williams, Melvin Ergogenic Aids: A Means to Citius, Altius,
(USA) Fortius and Olympic Gold?
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1996 International Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress Symposia
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1. Physical Activity, Sport and Health for Girls and Women: Issues
and Perspectives
2. Biochemical Aspects of Exercise Nutrition
3. New Biochemical Trends in Exercise Performance
4. Self-Regulation Techniques Contributing to Success in Sport
Attaining Excellence in Sport Performance: Heredity, Environment,
Training, and Predicting Talent
5. Biomechanical Aspects of Sport: Intersport Comparisons and
Contrasts Critical Appraisal of Sport Medicine Literature
6. Body, Body Culture, and Health from a Historical Perspective
Historical Perspectives on Sport Science and Competition
7. The Role of the Media in Formation and Maintenance of
Sport/Health-Related Attitudes and Behaviors
8. Physical Activity and Growth: A Kinanthropometric View
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10. Issues and Concerns in Physical Education: International and
Comparative Perspectives
11. Paralympics and the Olympic Ideal
12. Disability Sport: Issues and Controversies
13. Cognition Action in Sport: An Update and Future Directions
14. Physical Activity Surveillance: International Perspectives on
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15. Physical Activity and Physical Training as Related to Addictive
Behaviors: International Perspectives
16. Olympic Ideals and the Olympic Movement: Past, Present, and Future
17. Application of Sports Injury Surveillance: The U.S. National
Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) Injury Surveillance System
18. Heat, Hydration, and Athletic Performance
19. Effects of High Altitude Training and Competition on Sports
Performance and Health
20. International Perspectives on Sport Facilities Design,
Construction, and Management
21. Physical Activity, Exercise and Body Composition
22. WomenSport International: Global Issues for Women in Sport
Challenges to Teacher Coach Preparation
23. Prevention of Injury in Sport: An Update
24. Physical Activity, Sport, and Orthopedic Risks


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The Congress have a World Wide Web home page which contains all the=20
relevant information to date inculding new program updates.=20
The URL is:
=09http://www-lan.unt.edu/khpr/iposc/index.htm
From=20this site you also may obtain official forms for registrations=20
and abstract preparation.
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