Taiikugaku kenkyu (Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences)
Online ISSN : 1881-7718
Print ISSN : 0484-6710
ISSN-L : 0484-6710
Volume 4 , Issue 2
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  • Type: Cover
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages Cover2-
    Published: February 29, 1960
    Released: December 31, 2016
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  • T. MIZUNO, K. TAKAHASHI
    Type: Article
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages 1-9,51
    Published: February 29, 1960
    Released: December 31, 2016
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    As there is no physical research in the problem concerning with the capaeity of Japanese body. this study was made at first in measuring the capacities of the body and its every part with the distinction of sex and age and then extended further to the observation of the relation of between the capacities of body and specific gravity, index of nutrition and the surface area of body. In arder to make these measurments, three kinls of water tank for whole body, upper limbs and lower limbs were deviced. The measuring method was to make the body sunken into the cylindrical water tank filld with water and to measure the capacity of waker overflowed. The amount of water measured thus was fixed as the capacity of body. The measured objects consisted of two hundred twenty nine people of male between three years old and twenty seven yeas old and one hundred sixty six people of female between three years old and twenty one years old. The measurement was taken on every one, forming nine items of whole body, had and neck, chin, upper limbs, fore arms, hands, lower limbs and feet. And at the same time, measurement of personal physique was also made to indicate the difference of physique between the average figure of whole Japanese and the items of those who were measured. As the result of that the points to be specially noted are as follows, (A) The growth according to the age of the capacities of whole body and its part is almost paralel, in particular, to that of the curve of growth of the weight of body. (B) The specific gravity of both male and female is 0.96~0.97 until about twelve years old, and after that it makes sudden curve upward between sixteen years old and seventeen years old. reaching from about 1.02 to 1.03 and finally gets move sidewalk again.
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  • K. KAT, Y. KAWAKAMI, M. ABE, T. HARYU, T. SUGAWARA
    Type: Article
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages 10-14,52
    Published: February 29, 1960
    Released: December 31, 2016
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    The children of a primary school in Sendai were examined for the frequency of flat-feet, and among them the children of 6-th year class were subjected to closer examination for investigating the possible correlation of flat-feet to the bodily growth (in height and weight) and the athletic ability (running and jumping), as well as the relative frequency of flat-feet among the relatives of flat-foted children. The results obtained were in summary as follows: 1. Among our subjects, flat-foot was more frequent among the children of lower classes and tended to decrease with the advance of age. 2. In body weight, the flat-footed girls alone showed significantly higher values than the normal-footed girls. No such difference was observed among the boys and in stature. 3. No difference in running ability was observed between the flat-footed and the other children. 4. Among the girls, the flat-foot group showed superiority in jnmping to the non-flat-foot group. Among the boys, no such a difference could be established, bat the 2 boys showing particularly high jumping ability were slightly flat-footed. 5. Flat-foot was particularly frequent among the brothers and sisters of flat-footed children.
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  • Y. OKADA
    Type: Article
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages 15-20,52-53
    Published: February 29, 1960
    Released: December 31, 2016
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    The variation of acidity of saliva was observed with pH test paper during physical exersises referring to fatigue of the body. Three kinds of test paper, i.e. B.C.P. (pH 5.2-6.8), B.T.B. (pH 6.0-7.6) and P.R.(6.8-8.4) were used for this purpose. Thirty boys of the 2nd grade at Senior High School were chosen. Fourteen of them were non athletes and the other sixteen trained. The effect of physical exercises including calisthenics, mat work and volley ball for fifty minutes upon pH of saliva were as follows: 1) In untrained subjects, the average value of pH (6.78) of saliva was decreasing to the final value of 5.84 from 15 or 50 minutes after the succession of exercise. 2) In trained, the original level of pH (6.80) was kept constant for the first 20 minutes after the end of the exercise and decreased gradually to the final value of pH (6.64) 3) The rate of decrease of pH of saliva was milder in trained than untrained. 4) The similar observations were made in basketball, rowing, and other physical activities
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  • T. MURAI
    Type: Article
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages 21-27,53
    Published: February 29, 1960
    Released: December 31, 2016
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    The Johns and Juhnke Health Practice Inventory was used in this study b determine and compare the health practices of women students entering two colleges in 1957, I. University in the United States and T. University in Japan. The study included three groups of college freshman women and the major findings are as follows: 1. In 1957, women freshman physical education major at I. University had better health practice than freshman physical education majors at T. University in Japan. The two group showed significant difference in only 4 of 12 major areas---physical activity and recreation, prevention and control of chronic diseases, mental health, and family health. 2. In 1957, college freshman women physical education majors at T. University were significantly superior to freshman women who were not majors in physical education in three areas: personal health, dental health, and consumer health. 3. All three groups scored high on the revised Health Practice Inventory as a whole, as compared to the Johns and Juhnke percentile norms.
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  • K. KAWABATA, K. TAKAGI, A. KATSUBE
    Type: Article
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages 28-32,54
    Published: February 29, 1960
    Released: December 31, 2016
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    A comparative study between Group A (those who have attempted suicide) and Group B (those without attempt) among 999 of senior (second grade) boys and girls was conducted to investigate how such factors as personality, environment, etc. are related to their suicidal attempts. Emotional stability and social maladjustment were noticed in Group A as to the personality difference, and no marked difference was discriminated as to the environmental difference observed in family construction in this study. Farther reports will be made in II and III under the same study.
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  • Kitsuo KATO
    Type: Article
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages 33-50
    Published: February 29, 1960
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  • Type: Bibliography
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages 51-54
    Published: February 29, 1960
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  • Type: Appendix
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages App2-
    Published: February 29, 1960
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  • Type: Cover
    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages Cover4-
    Published: February 29, 1960
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    1960 Volume 4 Issue 2 Pages Cover5-
    Published: February 29, 1960
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