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1. Exercise Science 1: Robert M. Malina: Assessment of biological maturation 2: Adam D.G. Baxter-Jones: Growth and maturation 3: James Watkins: Developmental biodynamics: the development of coordination 4: David Sugden and Helen Soucie: Motor development 5: Alon Eliakim and Dan Nemet: Exercise and hormones 6: Neil Armstrong, Alan R. Barker, and Alison M. McManus: Muscle metabolism during exercise 7: Mark B.A. De Ste Croix: Muscle strength 8: Craig A. Williams and Sebastien Ratel: Maximal intensity exercise 9: Sebastien Ratel and Craig A. Williams: Neuromuscular fatigue 10: Alison M. McManus and Neil Armstrong: Pulmonary function 11: Thomas W. Rowland: Cardiovascular function 12: Neil Armstrong and Alison M. McManus: Aerobic fitness 13: Alan R. Barker and Neil Armstrong: Pulmonary oxygen uptake kinetics 14: Bareket Falk and Raffy Dotan: Temperature regulation 15: Kevin L. Lamb, Gaynor Parfitt, and Roger G. Eston: Effort perception 2. Exercise Medicine 16: Lauren B. Sherar and Sean P. Cumming: Physical activity, physical fitness, and health 17: Isabel Ferreira and Jos W.R. Twisk: Physical activity, physical fitness, and cardiovascular health 18: Han C.G. Kemper and Romulo A Fernandes: Physical activity and bone health 19: Stewart G. Trost and Barbara Joschtel: Physical activity, sport, and other health behaviours 20: Nienke M. Schutte, Meike Bartels, and Eco J.C. de Geus: Genetics of physical activity and physical fitness 21: Maria Hildebrand and Ulf Ekelund: The assessment of physical activity 22: Stef Kremers, Ree M.Meertens, and Robert A.C. Ruiter: Systematic promotion of physical activity 23: Edgar G.A.H. van Mil: Exercise, physical activity, and diabetes mellitus 24: Helge Hebestreit, Susi Kriemler, and Thomas Radtke: Exercise, physical activity, and asthma 25: Andrew P. Hills, Steven J. Street, and Nuala M. Byrne: Exercise, physical activity, eating and weight disorders 26: Annet J. Dallmeijer, Astrid C.J. Balemans, and Olaf Verschuren: Exercise, physical activity, and cerebral palsy 27: Susi Kriemler, Thomas Radtke, and Helge Hebestreit: Exercise, physical activity, and cystic fibrosis 28: Merrilee Zetaruk: Exercise, physical activity, and physical or intellectual disabilities 29: Roselien Buys, Tony Reybrouck, and Marc Gewillig: Exercise, physical activity, and congenital heart disease 3. Sport Science 30: Neil Armstrong and Alison M. McManus: Development of the young athlete 31: Henning Wackerhage, Jonathon Smith, and Darren Wisneiwski: Molecular exercise physiology 32: Robert M. Malina: The influence of physical activity and training on growth and maturation 33: Jaak Jurimae: Hormones and training 34: Melitta A. McNarry and Neil Armstrong: Aerobic training 35: Keith Tolfrey and James Smallcombe: High-intensity interval training 36: Avery D. Faigenbaum and Rhodri S. Lloyd: Resistance training 37: Jon L. Oliver and Rhodri S. Lloyd: Speed and agility training 38: Richard Winsley: Overtraining syndrome 39: Neil Armstrong and Alan R. Barker: 1. Physiological monitoring of elite young athletes 4. Sport Medicine 40: Joske Nauta, Willem van Mechelen, and Evert A.L.M. Verhagen: Epidemiology and prevention of sports injuries 41: Dorine C.M. Collard, Joske Nauta, and Frank J.G. Backx: Epidemiology and prevention of injuries in physical education 42: Joske Nauta and Evert A.L.M. Verhagen: Epidemiology and prevention of injuries in competitive contact sports 43: Luiz Carlos Hespanhol Jr, Saulo Delfino Barboza, and Per Bo Mahler: 1. Epidemiology and prevention of injuries in competitive non-contact sports 44: Christopher M. Shaw, Akin Cil, and Lyle J. Micheli: Upper extremity and trunk injuries 45: Umile Giuseppe Longo and Nicola Maffulli: Lower limb injuries 46: Robert V. Cantu and Robert C. Cantu: Injuries to the head and cervical spine 47: Christine Sundgot-Borgen and Jorunn Sundgot-Borgen: Nutrition and eating disorders 48: Ronald J. Maughan and Susan M. Shirreffs: Dietary supplements 49: Alan Vernec and David Gerrard: Doping and anti-doping 50: Margo Mountjoy, Sandi Kirby, and Anne Tiivas: Protecting child athletes: Medical mismanagement and other forms of non-accidental violence

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About the Author

Neil Armstrong is Professor of Paediatric Physiology at the University of Exeter. He was Head of the School of Postgraduate Medicine before establishing the School of Sport and Health Sciences and serving as its Founding Head. Neil has authored and edited 16 books and published over 300 papers and book chapters on paediatric physiology, and his research has featured internationally in around 300 television and radio programmes, including Panorama and Dispatches. Neil's research also won the first Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher Education. Neil chaired the Sport Science and Sport-Related Studies Panel in the first two UK Research Assessment Exercises (now the Research Excellence Framework). He is a former Chair of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) and a former President of the Physical Education Association of the United Kingdom (PEAUK). Willem van Mechelen is Head of the Department of Public and Occupational Health at the VU University Medical Centre and Co-Director of the EMGO+ Institute of VU University Medical Centre. He is also the Chairman of the research centre Body@Work. Having previously worked as a high school physical education teacher, he began his academic career at the Faculty of Human Movement Sciences at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. He has a PhD in Human Movement Sciences, and is now a professor of Occupational and Sports Medicine at the VU University Medical Centre, Amsterdam.

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`Review from previous edition "...it is great to have all key topics located in one reference guide. It will be particularly useful for those requiring a recent review of the evidence base from which to base the updating of clinical practice or further research."' British Journal of Hospital Medicine `"...a first-rate reference source for researcher and field workers to support and challenge them in developmental pediatric exercise science and medicine."' Journal of Sports Science and Medicine `"...the editors have more than adequately achieved their objectives, succeeding in presenting complex scientific material in an accessible way for research scientists and medical practitioners...Truly a comprehensive reference work and a must have text for all scientists involved in exercise research and all clinicians caring for children and adolescents participating in physical activity, exercise, or sport."' Dr D Patel, Kalamazoo Centre for Medical Studies

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