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    JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR《运动行为杂志》 (官网投稿)

    • 期刊简称J MOTOR BEHAV
    • 参考译名《运动行为杂志》
    • 核心类别 SSCI期刊(2019), 外文期刊,
    • IF影响因子1.313(2018年) 1.513(2017年) 1.327(2016年) 1.573(2015年) 1.418(2014年) 1.406(2013年) 1.042 (2012年) 1.638(2011年)
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    JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR《运动行为杂志》(双月刊)。The Journal of Motor Behavior, a multidisciplinary journal of movement neuroscience, publishes articles&nb...[显示全部]













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    Updated 12-06-2020


    Editorial board


    Natalia Dounskaia

    Kinesiology Program

    School of Nutrition and Health Promotion

    Arizona State University

    550 N. 3rd Street

    Phoenix, AX 85004,USA





    Romeo Chua

    School of Kinesiology

    The University of British Columbia

    Vancouver, BC, Canada



    Michael Wade

    School of Kinesiology

    University of Minnesota

    111 Cooke Hall

    1900 University Avenue SE

    Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA



    Michael A. Riley

    Department of Psychology

    University of Cincinnati

    Cincinnati, OH 45221, USA



    Jan Hondzinski

    Department of Kinesiology

    Louisiana State University

    Baton Rouge, LA 70803, USA



    Jinsung Wang

    Department of Kinesiology

    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

    492 Enderis Hall

    2400 E. Hartford Ave.

    Milwaukee, WI 53201, USA


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