Aims & Scopes

 | Post date: 2019/09/20 | 
International Journal of Motor Control and Learning (IJMCL) is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal that publishes original papers and represents a variety of quantitative and qualitative research methods that contribute to the understanding of motor control, learning, and development.  We are interested in those articles that try to integrate theory and practice in Motor and Action Perspectives of Motor Behavior from learning to performance. Those approaches may include looking at different aspects of motor functions such as sports psychology, rehabilitation science, movement science, as well as disability sport and adapted physical activity. Articles dealing with biomechanical aspects of motor behavior and analytical techniques are welcome. IJMCL also focuses on translating knowledge into working practice and the challenges faced by specialists are communicated to research scientists. The vision of the journal is to support the scientific research that is able to uncover, understand and develop the processes involved in motor control, learning, and development.

The editorial policy of The International Journal of Motor Control and Learning (IJMCL) follows the multi-disciplinary purposes of the Kinesiology and Behavioral Sciences to promote the highest standards of scientific study referring to the following fields:
Sport Sciences and its related branches,
Behavioral Sciences and its related branches,
Cognitive Sciences and its related branches,
Psychology and its related branches,
Pedagogy and its related branches,
Biomechanic and its related branches,
Rehabilitation and its related branches,

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