European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity

European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity (EUJAPA) is an international, multidisciplinary journal, introduced to communicate, share and stimulate academic inquiry focusing on physical activity of persons with special needs. Articles appearing in EUJAPA reflect cross disciplinary nature of the academic discipline of adapted physical activity ranging from physical education, through sport, recreation, rehabilitation, dance, sport medicine or health care.

EUJAPA is the official journal of the European Federation of Adapted Physical Activity based in ONLINE JOURNAL SYSTEM. This multidisciplinary journal provides the latest academic inquiry related to physical activity for special populations. Regular features include qualitative and quantitative research studies, case studies, review articles, viewpoints, methodological guidelines, and editorial commentary.

Frequency: Biannually (spring, fall)

ISSN: 1803-3857

The journal is indexed in the databases SCOPUS and EBSCO.

The journal provides open access to its content - all published articles are accessible in PDF format free of charge.


European Federation of Adapted Physical Activities (EUFAPA) Tr. Míru 115 Olomouc, 771 11 Czech Republic

Vol 9, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Structure, validity and reliability of the Children´s Attitudes Towards Integrated Physical Education-Spanish version (CAIPE-SP) PDF
David Cordente-Mesas, Sixto González-Víllora, Martin E. Block, Onofre R. Contreras-Jordán
Physical fitness of individuals with intellectual disability who have Special Olympics experience PDF
Pauli Rintala, Piritta Asunta, Jukka Lahti, Edwin Michael Loovis
Motor skills interventions in children with developmental coordination disorder: A review study PDF
Daehyoung Lee, Rudolf Psotta, Milena Vagaja
Determinants of physical activity and lifestyle of Czech 11–15 years old students with visual impairments PDF
Daniel Mikeška, Ondřej Ješina, Martin Kudláček, Zbyněk Janečka, Michal Kalman

ISSN: 1803-3857