Kinesiology Research Guide

This information guide was designed for students needing Kinesiology or Exercise Science resources.  The sources highlighted here can assist in answering class assignments and provide sources for research papers.

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Find Web Sources

The following resources provide information to help you find scholarly resources on the web.

Kinesiology / Sport / Exercise

  • -  President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.

  • - a peer reviewed site for sport science hosted by the International Sports Sciences Association. Articles can also be searched by topic such as sports medicine, sport nutrition, statistics, etc.

  • - Center for Disease Control and Prevention - credible, reliable health information.

  • Food and Nutrition Information Center (USDA) - provides credible, accurate, and practical resources for nutrition and health professionals, educators, government personnel and consumers.

  • - access to government information on food and human nutrition for consumers.


  • Medscape - features research and technical information, practice guidelines, treatment updates, and searchable databases. Also included are summaries of recent research articles from sources such as JAMA and The New England Journal of Medicine and the full-text of several electronic journals. Registration is required, but access is free.

  • PubMed - comprises more than 22 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books.

  • The Visible Human Project - Detailed, three-dimensional sectioned representations of the human body.

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Academic Integrity at SGU

Plagiarism is a violation of the St. Gregory's University Classroom Academic Integrity policy.

Classroom Academic Integrity

St. Gregory's University expects its students to demonstrate integrity in their academic work.

Acts violating academic honesty include

1. Cheating on examinations, quizzes or other written work;

2. Giving assistance to or receiving assistance from another during an examination or quiz;

3. Plagiarism, defined as:

  • The use of anotherís published work (either through a full quotation, partial quotation, paraphrase, or summary of an authorís ideas) without proper citation;

  • The use of another student's work as one's own;

  • The purchase, use or provision of an already prepared paper;

4. Obtaining, or attempting to obtain, copies of uncirculated examinations or examination questions; and

5. Falsifying any academic record.


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