Paper requirements

When preparing manuscripts for submission in the Journal Choregia, authors should follow the guidelines in thePublication Manual of the American Psychological Association(6th edition), 2009 (www.apa.org). Manuscripts must be submitted in English. Please prepare your paper before submission, using the following guidelines:

Tables & figures

The location within the article where e.g. figures and tables appear should be indicated in the text. These materials (e.g. table, figure) should be submitted separately from the text document. Each item should be produced in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, or PowerPoint), GIF or JPEG format. Electronically produced drawings, graphs, photographs & photomicrographs, are all acceptable. Limit still art files to 700 kilobytes of memory and use 96 dpi resolution or consult with the editor-in-chief. Please have original photos or negatives available to submit on request of the editor-in-chief. Clearly identify digitally enhanced images as such and describe the method of enhancement. Include internal scale markers where appropriate. The author is responsible for ensuring that persons pictured in photographs have provided informed consent for the use of their picture. Please include the photographer's name with each photograph so that he or she can be properly acknowledged. Submit each item separately and number sequentially as (main author) Figure 1.jpg, (main author) Figure 2.jpg, and so on, for example, Liatos Figure1.jpg, Liatos Table1.doc, etc.

Format

All files should be submitted as a word document

Article length

  • Original papers. Original contributions on a specific topic, with a maximum of 3000 and 4500 words and no more than 40 references. The papers shall have the following layout: introduction, summary, keywords, materials and methods, results, discussion and conclusions.

  • Review articles. Based on a critical examination of the literature, analyzing the various approaches to a specific topic, with a maximum of 5000 words and no more than 80 references.

  • Letters to the editor. Brief opinions on contributions published in edudeporte or current issues. Letters should not exceed 1000 words and 5 references.

Article title

A title of not more than eight words should be provided.

Article title page

An article title page should be submitted alongside each individual article. This should include: Article title, author details, acknowledgements, structured abstract, keywords, article classification

Authors' names

Full name of each author, affiliation of each author, at time research was completed, where more than one author has contributed to the article, details of who should be contacted for correspondence & e-mail address of the corresponding author.

Abstract

The abstract should not exceed 200 words, should be one paragraph and should be free of references and abbreviations. It should indicate clearly the scope and main conclusions of the paper. 

Key words

Please provide up to 5 keywords on the article title page, which encapsulate the principal topics of the paper in order to assist in indexing the journal.

Introduction. This should be comprehensible to the general reader. It should contain a clear statement of the purpose of the investigation and should provide relevant references but not exhaustively review the sub­ject.

Material and methods

This section should give sufficient information in the text or by reference to permit the work to be repeated without the need to communicate with the authors. When reporting experiments on human subjects, indicate whether the procedures followed were in accordance with ethical standards of the Committee on Human Experimentation at the institution in which the experiments were done or in accordance with the Helsinki Declaration of 1975. The type of statistical test used should be stated in the Methods section. A common error is the use of means, standard deviations and standard errors and the application of T-tests in the evaluation of non-normally distributed data. The use of non-parametric tests may often be more appropriate.

Results

Results should be presented concisely and should not include material appropriate to the Discussion section. Authors are encouraged to express units, quantities, and formulas according to the recommen­dations of the systeme internationale (SI units). All measurements should be given in metric units.

Discussion

Emphasize the new and important aspects of the study and conclusions derived there from. Do not repeat in detail data given in the Results section. Include in the Discussion the implications of the find­ings and their limitations and relate the observations to other relevant studies. Link the conclusions with the goals of the study but avoid un­qualified statements and conclusions not completely supported by your data. Avoid claiming priority and alluding to work that has not been completed. State new hypotheses, whenever warranted, but clearly label them as such. Recommendations, if appropriate, may be included.

Acknowledgements

Provide information sufficient to identify sources of support, technical assistance, and intellectual contributions not associated with authorship.

References

References to other publications must be in APA style and carefully checked for completeness, accuracy, and consistency. This is very important in an electronic environment because it enables your readers to exploit the reference linking facility on the database and link back to the works you have cited through CrossRef.
You should cite publications in the text: (Adkins, 2001) using the first named author's name or (¦Johnson¦ and Hall, 1999) citing both names of two, or (Cogdill, Fanderclai, Kilborn,
and Williams, 2001), but (Cogdill, Fanderclai, Kilborn, & Williams, 2001) and (Cogdill et al., 2001) or (Cogdill et al., 2001).At the end of the paper, a reference list in alphabetical order should be supplied

Journal article (one author)

Gwinner, K. (1997). A model of image creation and image transfer in event

sponsorship. International Marketing Review, 14(3), 145-158.

Journal article (two authors)

Abratt, R., Clayton, B. & Pitt, L. (1987). Corporate objectives in sports sponsorship. International Journal of Advertising, 6(4), 299-31.

Journal article (3-6 authors)

Heimber, R.G., Holt, C.S., & Blendell, K.A. Salzman, D.G., (1993). Cognitive behavioral group treatment for social phobia: Effectiveness at five-year follow-up. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 17(4), 325-339.

Journal article (up to 6 authors)

Welchnik,S.A., West, S.G., Sandler, I.N., Tein, J., Coatsworth, D., Lengua, L., et al. (2000). An experimental evaluation of theory-based mother and mother-child programs for children of divorce. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 68, 843-856.

Book

Aaker, D.A. (1994). The competencies. New York. The Free Press.

Chapter of book

Cunningham, D., Slack, T. & Hinings, C.R. (1987). Sports management curriculum. In T. Slack & C.R. Hinings (Eds), The organization and administration of sport (pp. 59-82). London, Ontario: Sports Dynamics.

Thesis

Cheng, C. (1993). Competency assessment ίn sports management for the Republic of China. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Northern Colorado, Colorado.

Publishedconference proceedings

Nørvåg, K. (2003). Space-Efficient Support for Temporal Text Indexing in a Document Archive Context. In Koch, T., & Sølvberg I. (Red.), Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, 7th European Conference, ECDL 2003 Trondheim, Norway, (pp. 511-522). Berlin: Springer

Abstract

Tripolitsioti, Α., Moudakis, K., Theodorikakos, P. (2007). Identifying management competencies of the directors of fitness centers and indoor facilities of youth and sports municipalities. A pilot study. Proceedings and abstracts of the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, 69, 56.

For newspaper articles (authored)

Mossberg, W. S. (1998, September 17). Electronic books still haven't become real page-turners. Wall Street Journal, p. B1.

Encyclopedia

Encyclopaedia Britannica (1926). Competencies, Vol. 1, 13th ed., Encyclopaedia Britannica, London and New York, NY, pp. 765-71.

Editor/author

American Psychiatric Association. (1994). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (4th ed.). Washnigton, DC: Author

Electronic Journal

Cumming, J., & Maxwell, G. (1999). Contextualizing authentic assessment. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 6 (2). Retrieved September 30, 2004, from http://www.articleplace.org/84567.html

Webpage

Victor, N. M. (2008). Gazprom: Gas giant under strain. Retrieved July 2, 2008, from Stanford University, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Web site: http://pesd.stanford.edu/publications/gazprom_gas_giant_under_strain/

Letter from Editor

As the Editor of the Choregia, I am pleased to let you know that the international scientific community has responded positively to the first volumes of our journal. The target of the Editorial Board is for Choregiato gain worldwide respect and establish a strong reputation in the Sport Science international community. In order to do so, we target at increasing the number of submitting manuscripts and expand our circulation in as many countries as possible.

Contact details

Greek Center for Sport Science Research
Glyka Nera, 1534, Attica, Greece
Tel.: 01-210-6641056
Fax: 01-210-6641056
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

General info

Manuscripts should be submitted electronically using the Article submission form which will be accessible after registration and logging on with your Choregia username and password. Registrations are open and activated automatically.

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