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Movement Health & Exercise
Discipline(s) / Subdiscipline(s):
1. Social Sciences
- Sports Sciences
3. Medical & Health Sciences
4. Engineering & Technology
Print ISSN: 2231-9409
Publisher: Universiti Malaysia Pahang
Publication type: Print & Electronic
Publication frequency: 2 time(s) per year
Journal Website: http://www.mohejournal.com/
Professor Dr. Zahari Taha
Movement, Health & Exercise (MoHE) Journal
Innovative Manufacturing, Mechatronics & Sports Laboratory (iMAMS)
Faculty of Manufacturing Engineering
Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP)
Phone : +609 424 6358
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Nur Fahriza Mohd Ali
Phone : +609 424 6358
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Movement, Health and Exercise (MoHE) is a refereed, international and scientific research vehicle directed towards the understanding of behavior in human performance and movement situations. MoHE has a mission to provide a publication platform that reflects recent findings and theoretical development in areas related to Human Movement Studies, Sports Engineering, Human Performance, Physical Activity & Health, Sports Medicine, Management & Sports Studies and Rehabilitation particularly those that have multi and interdisciplinary relevance.
Original contributions and theoretical review papers will be the journal’s main features, but periodically there will be special monothematic issues, invited positions, papers, MoHE policy statements, as well as the publication of standardised protocols for the promotion of international research included. In addition, book reviews, article abstracts, notices and any other information of upcoming local and international scientific events as well as interest will be reported.
Two issues are published annually: January and July. Further special issues may be published, containing the proceedings of national or international conferences, if requested and supported by the organisers of the meetings.
Zahari Taha (Universiti Malaysia Pahang)
Ahmad Munir Che Muhamad (Universiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA)
Ahmad Naim Ismail (Universiti Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA)
Mohamad Razali Abdullah (Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, MALAYSIA)
Saidon Amri (Universiti Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA)
Roosfa Hashim (International Islamic University, MALAYSIA)
Mohd Khairi Zawi (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, MALAYSIA)
Noor Azuan Abu Osman (Universiti Malaya, MALAYSIA)
Abdul Halim Mokhtar (Universiti Malaya, MALAYSIA)
Shaharudin Abdul Aziz (Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, MALAYSIA)
Aminudin Yusof (Universiti Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA)
Nik Shanita (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, MALAYSIA)
Kok Lian Yee (Universiti Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA)
Steve Stannard (Massey University Manawatu NEW ZEALAND)
Supranee Kwanboonchan (Srinakharinwirot University, THAILAND)
Keith Lyons (University of Canberra, AUSTRALIA)
Abdul Jalil Nordin (Universiti Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA)
Narihiko Kondo (Kobe University, JAPAN)
Rabindarieet Singh (Unviersiti Sains Malaysia, MALAYSIA)
Clyde Williams (Loughborouh University, UNITED KINGDOM)
Martin Faulhaber (University of Innsbruck, AUSTRIA)
Katsuhiro Ito (University of Hyogo, JAPAN)
Hugo Kerheve (University of Sunshine Coast, AUSTRALIA)
Chiaki Okada (Osaka University, JAPAN)
Ross Pinder (Queensland University of Technology, AUSTRALIA)
Kazuhiko Saito (Kanazawa University, JAPAN)
Martin Burtscher (University of Innsbruck, AUSTRIA)
Richard Shuttleworth (Australian Institute of Sport, AUSTRALIA)
Inger Werner (University of Innsbruck, AUSTRIA)
Yasuo Yamaguchi (Kobe University, JAPAN)
Sobson Mahaniyom (Kasetsart University, THAILAND)
Nur Fahriza Mohd Ali
Manuscript should be typed in double-line spacing, using Times Roman (size 12). The length of a manuscript must be limited based on allowances of the online submission system. Pages are numbered consecutively, and include the references, tables, and legends to figures. Author(s) should indicate where figures and tables are to be inserted. Organization of the manuscript are as follows:
1. the title page should include the complete tile, the name(s) of the author(s) and location of the institution where the research was carried out. This location must be written in English. The name, address and email or website information of the contact author should be typed at the bottom of the title page.
2. an abstract (maximum 300 words) must precede the manuscript, stating the main problem, methods, results and conclusions. Four keywords, arranged in alphabetical order, must be included in the specific column provided.
The accepted arrangement for the body of text must be organized as follows:
1. Introduction states the purpose of the research, and preferably accompanied with a short review of the pertinent literature.
2. Materials and methods describe the appropriate information in detail, so as to facilitate replication by future researchers in the related research domain.
3. Results report the findings concisely.
4. Discussions interprets the results and their significance in terms of contribution to the existing body of related literature.
5. A brief paragraph to include recommendations for the practical use of the research findings ends the body of text.
Only works that are cited in the text, and that have been accepted for publication should be included in the list of references (separate sheet). The citation of references in the text should mention author’s name and year of publication in brackets referring to the alphabetically arranged list. All authors should be listed. Abbreviations should be avoided. Each reference should include:
Journals – authors name and initials, years, title of article, journal name, volume number, first and last pages:
[e.g. Taha, Z. (2008). A study of the impact of sepak takraw balls on the head. International Journal of Sports Science and Engineering, 2, 107–110.]
Books – author’s names and initials, year, title, city of publication, publisher.
[e.g. Corbin, C. B., Welk, G. J., Corbin, W. R., & Welk, K. A. (2004). Concepts of physical fitnes (12th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hil.
For further information see APA Manual.
TABLES AND FIGURES
The number of tables and figures is to be kept to a minimum. Preparation of figures and tables must conform to the online specifications. Table should be self-explanatory, supplementing but not duplicating the text. A brief title should be provided for each table and figures. Abbreviations used in tables should be defined. Figures and any other forms of illustration should be numbered in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
Any change of address should be notified immediately via the first author's account in the MoHE online system.