Bevegelsesvitenskap

Forskningsgruppen Bevegelsesvitenskap fokuserer sin forskning mot avgjørende variabler for prestasjonsutvikling og læring av ferdigheter basert på en multidisiplinær tilnærming i idrett og bevegelser generelt.

Forskningsgruppen er en del av faggruppe for kroppsøving, idrett og friluftsliv.

Forskningsgruppen i Bevegelsesvitenskap har til hensikt å studere menneskelige bevegelser med en multidisiplinær tilnærming der bevegelse inngår som avhengig eller uavhengig variabel. Gruppen skal gi rom for både anvendt forskning og grunnforskning med teoretisk utspring i fysiologi, nevrofysiologi, motorisk kontroll og læring, og psykologi. 

Målsetningen er å bygge kunnskap med praktisk relevans for praksisfeltene idrettsvitenskap, fysisk aktivitet og helse, fysioterapi, friluftsliv, og kroppsøving. Forskningen har høy relevans både teoretisk og praktisk for utdanningen som fagruppen tilbyr, og både bachelor- og masterstudenter får innsyn i og deltar aktivt i forskningsgruppens fokusområder og konkrete prosjekter. 

Forskningsprosjekter

Multidisciplinary understanding of key variables and constraints in skill learning

Project leader: Tore Kristian Aune

The project focus on generality and specificity of motor control and learning, transfer of skills, the overload principle and organismic constraints for performance development applied in sport and human movements in general. 

Excericise physiology and performance analyses in soccer 

Project leader: Terje Dalen

The purpose of the project is to gain new insight in physical performance of soccer using investigation of training principles like specificity, transfer of training, individualization, and load adaptation. Elite sports is an important group to investigate because of the high level of performance, and the findings may be contextualized to other areas where training adaptations to higher level performance is the main objective.

Relative age effects (RAE): Selection in sport and assessment in school 

Project leaders: Tore Kristian Aune and Terje Dalen

The project focuses on relative age effects in selection i different sports, assessment in physical education and national tests of different academic skills. 



Non-linear pedagogy in skills acquisition

Project leader: Truls. V. Roas 

The project focus on nonlinear pedagogy as a powerful paradigm for designing effective teaching, coaching and training programs in sport and physical education.

Motor control and learning with proximal and distal effectors in upper extremities as a window into bilateral communication and bimanual coordination

Project leader: Tore Kristian Aune

The project focus on differences in motor control and learning with proximal versus distal effectors in upper extremities as a window into neurophysiological constraints for bilateral communication and bimanual coordination. The research is partly applied within the man-machine interface paradigm and control of different types of steering devices, bimanual interference and dual-tasks. 

Exercise physiology and aging

Project leader: Sigve Nyvik Aas 

The purpose of the project is to gain new insight in age-related impairments in muscle function, and to investigate adaptation to different exercise regimes in older adults.




Publikasjoner


Nyeste og mest relevante publikasjoner

Vestheim, O. P., Husby, M., Aune, T. K., Bjerkeset, O., & Dalen, T. (2019). A Population Study of Relative Age Effects on National Tests in Reading Literacy. Frontiers in Psychology, 10.

Lorås, H., Aune, T. K., Ingvaldsen, R., & Pedersen, A. V. (2019). Interpersonal and intrapersonal entrainment of self-paced tapping rate. PloS one, 14(7), e0220505.

Tillaar, R vd & Aune, T.K. (2019). Effect of instructions emphasizing velocity or accuracy given in a random or blocked order on performance and kinematics in dart throwing. Frontiers in Psychology. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01359

Dalen, T., & Lorås, H. (2019). Monitoring Training and Match Physical Load in Junior Soccer Players: Starters versus Substitutes. Sports, 7(3), 70.

Dalen, T., Lorås, HW; Hjelde, GH, Kjøsnes, TN; Wisløff, U (2019). Accelerations – a new approach to quantify physical performance decline in male elite soccer?. European Journal of Sport Science.

Dalen, T; Sandmæl, S; Stevens, TGA.; Hjelde, GH; Kjøsnes, TN; Wisløff, U (2019). Differences between acceleration and high intensity activities in small-sided games and peak periods of official matches in elite soccer players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 

Aune, Tore Kristian; Ingvaldsen, Rolf Petter; Vestheim, Ole Petter; Bjerkeset, Ottar; Dalen, Terje. Relative Age Effects and Gender Differences in the National Test of Numeracy: A Population Study of Norwegian Children. Frontiers in Psychology 2018;Volum 9.

Dalen, Terje; Øverås, Ørjan; van den Tillaar, Roland; Welde, Boye; Heimburg, Erna Dianne von. Influence of different soccer-specific maximal actions on physiological, perceptual and accelerometer measurement loads. Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine 2018;Volum 9. s. 107-114  

Lagestad, Pål Arild; Ingebrigt, Steen; Dalen, Terje. Inevitable Relative Age Effects in Different Stages of the Selection Process among Male and Female Youth Soccer Players. Sports 2018;Volum 6.(29)

Aune, Tore K.; Pedersen, Arve V.; Ingvaldsen, Rolf P.; Dalen, Terje (2017). Relative age effect and gender differences in physical education attainment in norwegian schoolchildren. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research. Volum 61.(3) s. 369-375. 

Aune, T.K., Aune, M.A., Ingvaldsen, R.P. & Vereijken, B. (2017) Transfer of Motor Learning is more pronounced in Proximal compared to Distal Effectors in Upper Extremities. Frontiers in Psychology; Movement Science and Psychology. ", DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01530

Bjerke, Ø., Pedersen, A. V., Aune, T. K., & Lorås, H. (2017). An Inverse Relative Age Effect in Male Alpine Skiers at the Absolute Top Level. Frontiers in psychology, 8, 1210

Dalen, Terje; Ingvaldsen, Rolf P.; Roaas, Truls; Pedersen, Arve Vorland; Steen, Ingebrigt; Aune,Tore K (2017). The impact of physical growth and relative age effect on assessment in physical education. European Journal of Sport Science; 17(4) s. 482-487.




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