Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science Journal

Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science is seeking qualified applicants for the role of Editor-in-Chief.

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"MPEES helps me to learn the latest knowledge, research findings, and measurement tools in physical education and exercise science. I use the Teacher Toolbox section to bring new ideas to my measurement class. The new sport psychometric instruments also allow me to learn new scales and apply them in both my class and research project."

Anita N. Lee Assistant Professor
Department of Health & Physical Education
Eastern Connecticut State University


"As a measurement specialist I read MPEES for the new and best measurement research, new measurement techniques, and information for the practitioner. MPEES helps me in my research and teaching of measurement classes."

Ted Baumgartner
Professor of Kinesiology
University of Georgia


"MPEES is an excellent supplemental source for any course in measurement and statistics. I use current articles on timely topics to keep the students up to date in the field."

Dr. James Disch
Professor of Kinesiology
Rice University


"MPEES is the go-to journal for research related to measurement in all our disciplines—PE, exercise science, sport psychology, exercise physiology, and sport marketing. The journal offers those studying these disciplines a better understanding of current measurement trends in their field. It's also an excellent resource for anyone teaching measurement and evaluation courses in these fields. Here, faculty can use real measurement research studies in their classes. I would recommend that anyone teaching these courses subscribe now!"

Tracey Matthews
Chair, Exercise Science and Sport Studies Department
Springfield College


"I pride myself on being a creative and innovative teacher of measurement and evaluation. So as soon as a new issue of MPEES arrives, I open to the 'Tutorials & Teacher's Toolbox' to see what new ideas I can use in my classes."

Kathy Tritschler
Professor of Sport Studies
Guilford College