Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (J TEACH PHYS EDUC )
The Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (JTPE) features research articles based on classroom and laboratory studies, descriptive and survey studies, summary and review articles, and discussion of current topics of interest to physical educators at every level.
Current impact factor: 0.48
Impact Factor Rankings
|2015 Impact Factor||Available summer 2015|
|2013 / 2014 Impact Factor||0.479|
|2012 Impact Factor||0.776|
|2011 Impact Factor||1.021|
|2010 Impact Factor||0.621|
|2009 Impact Factor||0.684|
|2008 Impact Factor||0.761|
|2007 Impact Factor||0.395|
|2006 Impact Factor||0.9|
|2005 Impact Factor||0.5|
|2004 Impact Factor||0.462|
|2003 Impact Factor||0.275|
|2002 Impact Factor||0.453|
|2001 Impact Factor||0.4|
|2000 Impact Factor||0.412|
|1999 Impact Factor||0.661|
|1998 Impact Factor||0.424|
Impact factor over time
|Website||Journal of Teaching in Physical Education website|
|Other titles||Journal of teaching in physical education, JTPE, J.T.P.E|
|Document type||Journal / Magazine / Newspaper|
- Archiving status unclear
- Author can archive a post-print version
- Author's post-print only (in PDF or other image capture format)
- On the author's personal website(s) or institutional repository
- Publisher's version/PDF cannot be used
- Publisher copyright and source must be acknowledged
- Must link to publisher version
- Set statement to accompany deposit "as accepted for publication"
- Publisher last contacted on 05/12/2013
- Classification blue
Publications in this journal
- Journal of Teaching in Physical Education 01/2014; 33(1):93-111.
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ABSTRACT: Based on the self-determination theory, this study investigated the mediating role of the satisfaction of the three psychological needs (need for competence, relatedness and autonomy) in the relation between need support from the physical education (PE) teacher and autonomous motivation to engage in PE and between the physical school environment and autonomous motivation to engage in PE. Data were collected from 2418 6th grade children. Analyses were performed using bootstrapping. The results showed that perceptions of competence and autonomy mediated the relation between need support from the PE teacher and autonomous motivation. Moreover, the perception of autonomy also mediated the relation between the physical school environment and autonomous motivation. These findings suggest that not only the PE teacher but also the physical school environment is able to promote autonomous motivation by satisfying the need for autonomy.Journal of Teaching in Physical Education 07/2012; 31(3):216-230.
- Journal of Teaching in Physical Education 01/2012; 31:182-199.
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