Spydus Search Results - Anywhere: f1 (Keywords) https://sportshub.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/ALLENQ?QRY=GENBSOPAC%3A%20F1&QRYTEXT=Anywhere%3A%20f1%20(Keywords)&SETLVL=SET&SORTS=MAIN.CREATED_DATE.DESC%5DMAIN.CREATED_TIME.DESC&NRECS=20 Spydus Search Results en © Civica Pty Ltd. All rights reserved. F1 racing [magazine] sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=17161 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>England : Haymarket Publishing <br />v. : ill (some col.), ports. (some col.) ; 28 cm.<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Periodicals - Sports & Recreations - 2013<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Periodicals - Sports & Recreations - 2014<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Periodicals - Sports & Recreations - 2010<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Periodicals - Sports & Recreations - 2015<br /> Forza Minardi! : the inside story of the little team that took on the giants of F1 / Simon Vigar. sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=18397 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Vigar, Simon<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Dorchester : Veloce Pub, 2008.<br />160 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Books - 796.720922 VIG - Memoirs, Biog & Stories - Available - S00007191<br /> Grand Prix 2011 / Bruce Jones. sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=20660 Presents examinations of the F1 Grand Prix 2011 teams, drivers and tracks, and highlights changes to the rules and regulations. Presents examinations of the F1 Grand Prix 2011 teams, drivers and tracks, and highlights changes to the rules and regulations.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Jones, Bruce<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Carlton Books, 2011.<br />112 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Books - 796.72 JON - Memoirs, Biog & Stories - Available - S00000806<br /> Art of the Formula 1 race car / Stuart Codling ; with commentary by Gordon Murray ; photography by James Mann. sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=24274 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Codling, Stuart, 1972-<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Minneapolis : Motor books, 2010.<br />208 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Reference - 629.228022 COD - Sports & Recreations / Reference - Available - S00007741<br /> The lost generation : the brilliant but tragic lives of rising british F1 stars Roger Williamson, Tony Brise and Tom Pryce / David Tremayne ; foreword by Tom Wheatcroft. sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=25444 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Tremayne, David<br />2nd ed.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Somerset : Haynes Publishing, 2009<br />336 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 20 cm.<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Books - 796.72092 TRE - Memoirs, Biog & Stories - Onloan - Due: 07 Jun 2022 - S00010818<br /> Race, racism and sports journalism : black, white and read all over / by Daniel Kilvington ... [et al.]. sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=28246 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>New York, NY : Routledge, 2012.<br />ix, 172 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Books - 070.449796 KIL - Arts & Culture - Available - S00014759<br /> Chequered conflict : the inside story on two explosive F1 world championships / Maurice Hamilton. sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=39831 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Hamilton, Maurice<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London : Simon & Schuster, 2008.<br />310 p., [16] p. of plates : col. ill. ; 25 cm.<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Books - 796.72 HAM - Memoirs, Biog & Stories - Available - S00021446<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Books - 796.72 HAM - Memoirs, Biog & Stories - Available - S00022531<br /> Grand Prix driver by driver : a compilation of the top 100 Grand Prix drivers / Liam McCann. sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=40283 This is a comprehensive collection of profiles of the highest quality drivers out of the hundreds who have taken part in Formula 1 since the first world championship race was held at Silverstone, England in 1950. From Fangios dominance of the 1950s, to the dominant era of British Racing Green from 1962 to 1973 thanks to the likes of Brabham, Jim Clark, John Sutees, Graham Hill and Denny Hulme this book explores some of best drivers in the history of Formula 1. With profiles of historic drivers such as Fangio whose record of five World Championship titles stood for 45 years until Schumacher won his sixth championship in 2003 and Stirling Moss, who is considered the best driver to have never won the World Championship title. Along with the more contemporary exploits of Damon Hill, Michael Schumacher, who according to the F1 website is "statistically the greatest driver the sport has ever seen" and the recent emergence of young British driver Lewis Hamilton in 2007 who was the first Briton to win a race in the US since John Watson in 1983. This is a comprehensive collection of profiles of the highest quality drivers out of the hundreds who have taken part in Formula 1 since the first world championship race was held at Silverstone, England in 1950. From Fangios dominance of the 1950s, to the dominant era of British Racing Green from 1962 to 1973 thanks to the likes of Brabham, Jim Clark, John Sutees, Graham Hill and Denny Hulme this book explores some of best drivers in the history of Formula 1. With profiles of historic drivers such as Fangio whose record of five World Championship titles stood for 45 years until Schumacher won his sixth championship in 2003 and Stirling Moss, who is considered the best driver to have never won the World Championship title. Along with the more contemporary exploits of Damon Hill, Michael Schumacher, who according to the F1 website is "statistically the greatest driver the sport has ever seen" and the recent emergence of young British driver Lewis Hamilton in 2007 who was the first Briton to win a race in the US since John Watson in 1983.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>McCann, Liam<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>London Demand Media, 2013.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>©2013<br />139 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), portraits (chiefly colour) ; 22 x 23 cm.<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Books - 796.72092 MAC - Memoirs, Biog & Stories - Onloan - Due: 07 Jun 2022 - S00022086<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Books - 796.72092 MAC - Memoirs, Biog & Stories - Available - S00022544<br /> F1 2012 / Giorgio Stirano. sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=42432 World Championship Photographic Review. A magnificently produced photographic review of the entire World Championship season, combined with detailed reports and analyses of each 2012 Grand Prix races around the world, from Australia in March to Brasil in November. World Championship Photographic Review. A magnificently produced photographic review of the entire World Championship season, combined with detailed reports and analyses of each 2012 Grand Prix races around the world, from Australia in March to Brasil in November.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Stirano, Giorgio<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>[Milan, Italy] : EditVallardi, c2012.<br />168 p. : chiefly ill. (chiefly col.) ; 31 cm.<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - Reference - 796.72 STI - Sports & Recreations / Reference - Available - S00030868<br /> Chess Openings For Dummies sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/DAENQ?SETLVL=&RI=108038 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Date created: </span>23 Oct 2019 - 2:27 PM<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Creator: </span>by James Eade<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">File details: </span>Other (epub) - 7.59 MB<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Document ID: </span>15320<span style="font-weight:bold;"> - Version: </span>1<br /> Cycling Philosophy for Everyone sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/DAENQ?SETLVL=&RI=108252 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Date created: </span>23 Oct 2019 - 5:45 PM<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Creator: </span>Jesús Ilundáin-Agurruza and Michael W. 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Heyward, PhD<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">File details: </span>Other (epub) - 25.01 MB<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Document ID: </span>15520<span style="font-weight:bold;"> - Version: </span>1<br /> Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/DAENQ?SETLVL=&RI=109983 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Date created: </span>03 Apr 2020 - 11:06 AM<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Creator: </span>Robin Kunstler and Frances Stavola Daly<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">File details: </span>Other (epub) - 13.57 MB<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Document ID: </span>15548<span style="font-weight:bold;"> - Version: </span>1<br /> Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/DAENQ?SETLVL=&RI=109986 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Date created: </span>03 Apr 2020 - 11:07 AM<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Creator: </span>Robin Kunstler and Frances Stavola Daly<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">File details: </span>Other (epub) - 13.57 MB<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Document ID: </span>15549<span style="font-weight:bold;"> - Version: </span>1<br /> Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/DAENQ?SETLVL=&RI=109988 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Date created: </span>03 Apr 2020 - 11:07 AM<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Creator: </span>Robin Kunstler and Frances Stavola Daly<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">File details: </span>Other (epub) - 13.57 MB<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Document ID: </span>15550<span style="font-weight:bold;"> - Version: </span>1<br /> Coaching Fastpitch Softball Successfully, Second Edition sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/DAENQ?SETLVL=&RI=110223 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Date created: </span>09 Apr 2020 - 10:20 AM<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Creator: </span>Kathy Veroni, Roanna Brazier<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">File details: </span>Other (epub) - 17.38 MB<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Document ID: </span>15628<span style="font-weight:bold;"> - Version: </span>1<br /> Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/DAENQ?SETLVL=&RI=110440 <span style="font-weight:bold;">Date created: </span>15 Apr 2020 - 11:38 PM<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Creator: </span>Susan Kay Hillman<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">File details: </span>Other (epub) - 30.63 MB<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Document ID: </span>15700<span style="font-weight:bold;"> - Version: </span>1<br /> Strength of religious faith of athletes and nonathletes at Two NCAA division III institutions : Volume 41, Issue 2 (electronic resource) / The Sport Journal sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=59895 Strength of religious faith of athletes and nonathletes attending (a) a religiously practicing institution (RPI) and (b) a non–religiously practicing (NRPI) institution in NCAA’s Division III was studied using the Santa Clara Strength of Religious Faith Questionnaire. A 2 × 2 × 2 ANOVA sought differences in strength of faith of RPI students (n = 201) versus NRPI students (n = 174). Results show RPI students displayed stronger faith than NRPI students, F(1, 367) = 25.44, p < .01. A significant interaction showed RPI nonathletes more faithful than RPI athletes, F(1, 367) = 6.73, p < .05; NRPI athletes did not differ significantly from NRPI nonathletes. Women’s faith was stronger than men’s, F(1, 367) = 12.99, p < .01. Strength of religious faith of athletes and nonathletes attending (a) a religiously practicing institution (RPI) and (b) a non–religiously practicing (NRPI) institution in NCAA’s Division III was studied using the Santa Clara Strength of Religious Faith Questionnaire. A 2 × 2 × 2 ANOVA sought differences in strength of faith of RPI students (n = 201) versus NRPI students (n = 174). Results show RPI students displayed stronger faith than NRPI students, F(1, 367) = 25.44, p < .01. A significant interaction showed RPI nonathletes more faithful than RPI athletes, F(1, 367) = 6.73, p < .05; NRPI athletes did not differ significantly from NRPI nonathletes. Women’s faith was stronger than men’s, F(1, 367) = 12.99, p < .01.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>The Sport Journal / Nathan T. Bell, Scott R. Johnson and Jeffrey C. Petersen - Ball State University<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>June 2020<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Available online: </span>Click here to access the resource<br /> Factors influencing the reinforcing value of fruit and unhealthy snacks : original contribution Eur J Nutr (2017) 56:2589–2598 / Springer sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=61789 Objective The present study investigated the reinforcing value of healthy and unhealthy snack food in adolescents (n = 108, aged 14–16 years). Moderation by access to different foods, sex and the personality trait reward sensitivity is tested. Methods In a computerized Food Reinforcement Task, adolescents could earn portions of a healthy and an unhealthy snack following an identical progressive reinforcement schedule for both food types. Reinforcing value of food was indexed by the number of button presses for each food type. Participants were allocated randomly to two-order condition: fruit–snack versus snack–fruit. Reward sensitivity was assessed with the Dutch age-downward version of Carver and White’s BIS/BAS scale. Results Results showed that the reinforcing value of anunhealthy snack is higher than that of fruit, with participantsmaking more button presses for unhealthysnacks, M = 1280.40, SD = 1203.53, than for fruit,M = 488.04, SD = 401.45, F(1,48) = 25.37, p < 0.001.This effect is stronger in boys (β = −1367.67) than in girls(β = −548.61). The effect is only present in the snack–fruitcondition, not in the fruit–snack condition, indicating thataccess to food moderates the effect of food type. There isno evidence for moderation by reward sensitivity.Conclusions Results point to the importance of simultaneouslyincreasing barriers to obtain unhealthy food and promotingaccess to healthy food in order to facilitate healthyfood choices. Objective The present study investigated the reinforcing value of healthy and unhealthy snack food in adolescents (n = 108, aged 14–16 years). Moderation by access to different foods, sex and the personality trait reward sensitivity is tested. Methods In a computerized Food Reinforcement Task, adolescents could earn portions of a healthy and an unhealthy snack following an identical progressive reinforcement schedule for both food types. Reinforcing value of food was indexed by the number of button presses for each food type. Participants were allocated randomly to two-order condition: fruit–snack versus snack–fruit. Reward sensitivity was assessed with the Dutch age-downward version of Carver and White’s BIS/BAS scale. Results Results showed that the reinforcing value of anunhealthy snack is higher than that of fruit, with participantsmaking more button presses for unhealthysnacks, M = 1280.40, SD = 1203.53, than for fruit,M = 488.04, SD = 401.45, F(1,48) = 25.37, p < 0.001.This effect is stronger in boys (β = −1367.67) than in girls(β = −548.61). The effect is only present in the snack–fruitcondition, not in the fruit–snack condition, indicating thataccess to food moderates the effect of food type. There isno evidence for moderation by reward sensitivity.Conclusions Results point to the importance of simultaneouslyincreasing barriers to obtain unhealthy food and promotingaccess to healthy food in order to facilitate healthyfood choices.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>L. Vervoort, A. Clauwaert, L. Vandeweghe<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Belgium Springer 2017<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - eBrochures - Consumer Health Complete - View resource online (exclusive digital loan) - DUMMY - EB00011838<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - eBrochures - Consumer Health Complete - View resource online (exclusive digital loan) - DUMMY - EB00011839<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - eBrochures - Consumer Health Complete - View resource online (exclusive digital loan) - DUMMY - EB00011840<br /> Beneficial effects of Tai Chi for amphetamine-type stimulant dependence : a pilot study | original article The American Journal of Drug and alcohol abuse | 2016, VOL. 42, NO. 4, 469–478 / Taylor & Francis Group sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=62013 Background: Tai Chi is a traditional Chinese sport that is classified as a moderate exercise. Recent studies have evaluated the effectiveness of Tai Chi in substance abuse rehabilitation. Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess the quality of life and physical effects of a Tai Chi intervention on individuals with amphetamine-type stimulant (stimulant) dependence. Methods: Sixty male subjects with stimulant dependence from a Shanghai Mandatory Detoxification and Rehabilitation Center participated in a 12-week trial. Tai Chi was used as an intervention in the experimental group (n = 30). The control group (n = 29) underwent standard care, which included recreation activity, gesture language exercise, and self-education. Outcome measures included the quality of life for drug addiction (QOL-DA) questionnaire [four scales consisting of physiology (e.g., energy level), psychology (e.g., depression), symptoms (e.g., physical symptoms), society (e.g., interpersonal) and fitness evaluations (assessed by body mass index, body fat, hand-grip, flexibility, balance)]. Repeated measures were used to analyze the changes over time. Results: Test scores of the QOL-DA in the Tai Chi group significantly increased after 12 weeks in the following areas: physiology, 8.71 (p = 0.005), symptoms, 4.34 (p = 0.042), society, 15.79 (p < 0.001), and total score, 10.60 (p = 0.002). A post hoc test further revealed that quality of life improved in the Tai Chi group but not in the standard care group. Physical results showed a significant interaction with balance (F(1,56) = 6.92, p = 0.011); participants in the Tai Chi group improved by 10 s while there was no change in the standard care group. Although there were no significant interactions in the fitness outcomes (i.e., hand-grip and sit-and-reach tests), the within-group factor displayed significant changes in body fat (F(1,56) = 27.79, p < 0.001) in both groups. Conclusion: This study demonstrates that Tai Chi is a promising exercise that improves quality of life for individuals with stimulant dependence. Background: Tai Chi is a traditional Chinese sport that is classified as a moderate exercise. Recent studies have evaluated the effectiveness of Tai Chi in substance abuse rehabilitation. Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess the quality of life and physical effects of a Tai Chi intervention on individuals with amphetamine-type stimulant (stimulant) dependence. Methods: Sixty male subjects with stimulant dependence from a Shanghai Mandatory Detoxification and Rehabilitation Center participated in a 12-week trial. Tai Chi was used as an intervention in the experimental group (n = 30). The control group (n = 29) underwent standard care, which included recreation activity, gesture language exercise, and self-education. Outcome measures included the quality of life for drug addiction (QOL-DA) questionnaire [four scales consisting of physiology (e.g., energy level), psychology (e.g., depression), symptoms (e.g., physical symptoms), society (e.g., interpersonal) and fitness evaluations (assessed by body mass index, body fat, hand-grip, flexibility, balance)]. Repeated measures were used to analyze the changes over time. Results: Test scores of the QOL-DA in the Tai Chi group significantly increased after 12 weeks in the following areas: physiology, 8.71 (p = 0.005), symptoms, 4.34 (p = 0.042), society, 15.79 (p < 0.001), and total score, 10.60 (p = 0.002). A post hoc test further revealed that quality of life improved in the Tai Chi group but not in the standard care group. Physical results showed a significant interaction with balance (F(1,56) = 6.92, p = 0.011); participants in the Tai Chi group improved by 10 s while there was no change in the standard care group. Although there were no significant interactions in the fitness outcomes (i.e., hand-grip and sit-and-reach tests), the within-group factor displayed significant changes in body fat (F(1,56) = 27.79, p < 0.001) in both groups. Conclusion: This study demonstrates that Tai Chi is a promising exercise that improves quality of life for individuals with stimulant dependence.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Dong Zhu, Ding Xu, Guobin Dai, Fei Wang, Xin Xu, and Daoxin Zhou<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>Shanghai Taylor & Francis Group 2016<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - eBrochures - Consumer Health Complete - View resource online (exclusive digital loan) - DUMMY - EB00012369<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - eBrochures - Consumer Health Complete - View resource online (exclusive digital loan) - DUMMY - EB00012370<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - eBrochures - Consumer Health Complete - View resource online (exclusive digital loan) - DUMMY - EB00012371<br /> Effects of two instructional approaches on skill development, knowledge, and game performance : Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science | 12: 219–236, 2008 / Routledge | Taylor & Francis Group sportshub1.spydus.com.sg/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/ENQ/WPAC/BIBENQ?SETLVL=&BRN=62290 Two instructional approaches that have been of interest in promoting sport have been the Sport Education Model (SEM) and the Traditional Style (TS) of teaching physical education. The purpose of this study was to investigate how SEM and TS would affect skill development, knowledge, and game performance for volleyball at the secondary level. A 2 × 3 (group × time) research design was utilized on 47 secondary students testing volleyball skills, knowledge, and game performance. Participants were placed in either the SEM or the TS via stratified randomization, and then were tested pre, mid, and post intervention through the 20-lesson volleyball unit. The 2 × 3 repeated measures Analysis of Variances (ANOVAs) with Bonferroni correction revealed no significant difference between models for skills and knowledge, but there was for game performance for group [F(1, 45) = 10.27, p < .008, η2 = .19], time [F(2, 90) = 8.62, p < .008, η2 = .16], and group × time interaction [F(2, 90) = 8.43, p < .008, η2 = .16]. If the goal of the physical education program is to promote quality game play, the SEM may be more effective than the TS. Two instructional approaches that have been of interest in promoting sport have been the Sport Education Model (SEM) and the Traditional Style (TS) of teaching physical education. The purpose of this study was to investigate how SEM and TS would affect skill development, knowledge, and game performance for volleyball at the secondary level. A 2 × 3 (group × time) research design was utilized on 47 secondary students testing volleyball skills, knowledge, and game performance. Participants were placed in either the SEM or the TS via stratified randomization, and then were tested pre, mid, and post intervention through the 20-lesson volleyball unit. The 2 × 3 repeated measures Analysis of Variances (ANOVAs) with Bonferroni correction revealed no significant difference between models for skills and knowledge, but there was for game performance for group [F(1, 45) = 10.27, p < .008, η2 = .19], time [F(2, 90) = 8.62, p < .008, η2 = .16], and group × time interaction [F(2, 90) = 8.43, p < .008, η2 = .16]. If the goal of the physical education program is to promote quality game play, the SEM may be more effective than the TS.<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Author: </span>Tony Pritchard | Andrew Hawkins | Robert Wiegand | Jonathan N. Metzler<br /><span style="font-weight:bold;">Published: </span>USA | Taylor & Francis Group, LLC | 2008<br /><br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - eBrochures - Consumer Health Complete - View resource online (exclusive digital loan) - DUMMY - EB00013180<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - eBrochures - Consumer Health Complete - View resource online (exclusive digital loan) - DUMMY - EB00013181<br />Sports Hub Library - (Sports Hub Library) - eBrochures - Consumer Health Complete - View resource online (exclusive digital loan) - DUMMY - EB00013182<br />