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Kinesiology and Exercise & Sport Studies: Subject Guide: Start Here

Find information about the areas of Kinesiology and Exercise & Sports Studies.

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Introduction

Research in kinesiology and exercise & sports studies requires an interdisciplinary approach. This guide offers several sources, both academic and popular, for your research needs.