Bognár József

Bognár József
Eszterházy Károly University Eger Hungary · Sport Institute

PhD

About

68
Publications
40,722
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
417
Citations
Additional affiliations
January 2001 - September 2014
Semmelweis University
Position
  • Senior associate professor

Publications

Publications (68)
Article
Összefoglaló. Vizsgálatunk célja, hogy összehasonlítsa az edzők, a sportolók és a szülők nézeteit és tapasztalatait arra vonatkozóan, hogy az edzők mennyire foglalkoznak a fiatal játékosok sporttevékenységen kívüli életvitelével. A vizsgálatot egy magyar kiemelt labdarúgó akadémián végeztük el, a zárt végű kérdőívet edzők ( n = 18), utánpótlás korú...
Article
Full-text available
Hazánkban a rendvédelmi szervek dolgozóinak fokozott fizikai és pszichés igénybevétele miatt a munkahelyi egészségfejlesztő és rekreációs programok kiemelten fontosak. A dolgozókat érő egészségkárosító hatásokat minden lehetséges eszközzel meg kell előzni, a már fennálló kedvezőtlen tényezőket és hatásokat pedig tervezett és tudatos munkahelyi egés...
Article
Full-text available
Összefoglaló. Bevezetés: A szociális szférában dolgozók túlterheltsége jelentős, és munkakörülményeik többnyire kedvezőtlenek. Bizonyított, hogy az életcélok meghatározzák a karrier, az egészségtudatosság és az életminőség területeit, de ez utóbbi a szociális dolgozók mintáján még nem került bizonyításra. Célkitűzés: A kutatás célja, hogy bemutassa...
Poster
Full-text available
Elméleti háttér-A testnevelésben a tánc oktatása továbbra is kihívás a testnevelők számára, nem merik sokan bevinni a zenét a testnevelés órákra (Láng,2020)-Fontos olyan hatékony módszerek kipróbálása, amelyek segítik a táncot játékosan bevinni a testnevelési órák egy részébe, sikerélményhez juttatva a diákokat.-A néptáncoktatók eszköztára: olyan s...
Poster
Full-text available
A sportolók hosszú távú felkészítése és a gyorskorcsolyázók képességfejlesztése: az edzői nézetek befolyásoló szerepe Telegdi Attila, Bognár József Eszterházy Károly Egyetem Neveléstudományi Doktori Iskola, Eger Eszterházy Károly Egyetem Sporttudományi Intézet, Eger E-mail: a.telegdi@gmail.com Bevezetés A gyorskorcsolya sportágakban LTAD (Long-T...
Article
A labdarúgás határainkon kívül és belül egyaránt népszerűségnek örvend, annak a ténynek ellenére, hogy a jelenlegi magyar labdarúgás csak néhány olyan játékossal büszkélkedhet, akik nemzetközileg is jegyzett csapatokban szerepelnek. A tehetséggondozási folyamatban komoly felelősség hárul az utánpótlásedzőkre, hiszen nemcsak sportszakmailag kell kie...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
Az utóbbi évek társadalmi, pedagógiai és szakmai változásai miatt a pályán lévő testnevelőknek egyre újabb és komplexebb kihívásokkal kell megbirkózniuk. Többnyire ezen okokból kifolyólag a testnevelő tanár utánpótlás-képzés nehézkes, így a pályaorientáció és a pályaválasztás témaköre kiemelt jelentőségű napjainkban. Jelen tanulmányban célunk a tes...
Article
Full-text available
Az elmúlt évtizedben egyre több ember látogatja a fitnesztermeket és a wellnessközpontokat. A látogatók száma nemcsak számszerűen nő, hanem az életkor tekintetében is jóval szélesebb tartományt fog át, mint korábban. Míg a kétezres évek előtt elsősorban a lakosság fiatalabb és viszonylag szűk spektruma vette igénybe ezeket a sportolási lehetőségeke...
Book
Full-text available
It is the Yearbook of Hungarian Educational Research Association, 2017. Ed by Orsolya Endrődy-Nagy and Anikó Fehérvári.
Article
Full-text available
Due to the fact that neither physical nor physiological and anthropometric differences in adolescents can serve as definitive differentiating factors in terms of choosing successful and non-successful players, coaches are encouraged to focus more on thepsychological characteristics ofyoung players. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to examin...
Article
Full-text available
Abstract: Emerging at the dawn of the 21st century and now spreading all across the country, the fitness clubs, gyms and wellness centres created a new platform for all those wishing to develop their physical condition, quality of life and level of overall health. In these gyms and fitness clubs personal trainers are providing their services as one...
Article
Full-text available
Students who participate in well-planned and structured physical education (PE) lessons engage in significantly higher levels of physical activity than children who do not. Heart rate monitoring a useful tool to help both students and teachers understand the efficiency of the physical activity. The purpose of this study was to analyze primary schoo...
Article
Full-text available
BACKGROUND: Good aerobic capacity is one of the attributes of good cardiovascular function. Physical activity that is performed in steady state and the lower third zone of submaximal intensity seems appropriate for physiological adaptation in advancing age. There is a need to evaluate the effect of age on physiological variables contributing to aer...
Article
Full-text available
Abstract: For middle age individuals (male), it may be difficult to find motivation for suitable exercise training, which has similarly favorable characteristics for cardiovascular adaptations as other exercises performed by younger individuals. Fifty four (n = 54); (age = 41.57 ± 3.25) untrained, overweight (F% = 19.52 ± 5.6), range of (12.6-30.6)...
Article
Full-text available
Study aim: Over the last two decades, the body fat mass has been increasing and the level of physical fitness has been decreasing in school-aged children. Due to the health-related concerns that have arisen regarding school-aged children, the Hungarian government introduced everyday physical education in 2012. Since girls are more disposed to highe...
Article
Full-text available
There has been increasing emphasis worldwide on raising educational standards and improving opportunities for young people. Physical education programs are under strong pressure to demonstrate that their practices are effective in preparing students for successful healthy active living. In Hungary the Act on National Public Education (2011) is desi...
Article
Full-text available
Background: Besides the psychomotor aspects, both psychological and social factors are closely related to sport performance in football. Due to the fact that age specific characteristics are apparent in football youth development, it is important to further study what we know about the psychological aspects of talent development. Aim: The purpose o...
Article
Full-text available
Nursing home residing older adults often experience fear of sickness or death, functional impairment and pain. It is difficult for these older adults to maintain a physically active lifestyle and to keep a positive outlook on life. This study evaluated the changes in quality of life, attitude to aging, assertiveness, physical fitness and body compo...
Article
Full-text available
Study aim: regular physical activity is important both for the prevention of illnesses and for rehabilitation purposes because it has significant impact on the physical and mental health of the elderly. The purpose of this study was to assess whether two different half-year regular training programmes had positive effects on health dimensions, bone...
Article
Full-text available
Study aim: due to a series of failures and the drastic reduction in the quality of Hungarian soccer, greater emphasis should be put on coaches’ professional development and talent development programs. The aim of this study was to present the newly established Hungarian Soccer Development Program that focuses on the development of youth talent. Met...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
ICE 2014, as an “International Conference on Education and Sport - New Challenges and Solutions in Teaching and Coaching”, has held in Szombathely, Hungary hosted by University of West – Hungary. The venue took place in the Tóvendéglő Conference Center on the 18-20 September 2014. The conference has been supported by the International Network on Sp...
Article
Full-text available
The sports are growing everywhere in the world, so there is no other way to maintain or to increase the level of quality just the strategic planned development (GÉCZI, 2012), because thousands of specialist are working hardly on the better results worldwide. The aim of this study was to monitor the ice hockey players’ physical development in Hungar...
Article
Full-text available
Study aim: The purpose of the study was to explore the characteristics of the motivational factors and the motivational climate of elite hammer throwers in the most prestigious and most successful club in Hungary. Material and methods: The Sport Motivational Scale (SMS) and the Perceived Motivational Climate in Sport Questionnaire (PMCSQ) were used...
Article
Full-text available
Study aim: To measure the effects of Pilates and aqua fitness training on functional fitness and quality of life in older individuals. Material and methods: A total of 54 participants (M = 66.4 ± 6.2 years) from a club for retired people in Eger, Hungary, were randomly assigned to 3 groups: one did Pilates 3 times/week (n = 22); one did aqua fitnes...
Article
Full-text available
Quality of life, assertiveness, and personality dimensions in elderly men Study aim : To assess quality of life, assertiveness associated with aging personalities, and personality dimensions as related to age, highest level of qualification, and place of residence of elderly males. Material and methods: Elderly (n = 1269) men were chosen from the c...
Article
Full-text available
Physical performance, body composition, and quality of life in elderly women from clubs for the retired and living in twilight homes Study aim : To explore how elderly people with different living conditions are characterized by their fitness, body composition, and quality of life. Material and methods: Women aged 60 years and over (n = 60; age = 7...
Article
Full-text available
ABSTrACT Purpose. Advancing age is associated with predictable sensory, motor and cognitive changes, which may have a potential impact on an older person's ability to function effectively in society. The purpose of this study was to assess whether two slightly dif-ferent half-year-long regular training programmes had a positive effect on flexibilit...
Article
Full-text available
Health awareness, motor performance and physical activity of female university students Study aim : To assess body composition, health awareness and cardiorespiratory fitness in female university students differing in volume of obligatory physical activity classes. Material and methods : 109 female students of the University of West Hungary volunte...
Article
Full-text available
Lifestyle and Living Standards of Elderly Men in Eastern Hungary This present study intends to deal with the lifestyles and living standards of elderly men. The health-related lifestyle was examined including a closer look at how elderly people value their own living standards, and how it is connected to the present state of their condition and act...
Article
Full-text available
Declining health status of youth assumes considerable proportions. The continuously growing number of children with bad body positions, overweight and obesity, diabetes and asthma has been subject to several national or international publications. The number of state surveys, assessments of the situation and action plans has been arising, but real...
Article
Full-text available
The purpose of this study was to identify those major psychological factors that affect ice hockey performance in a great manner. The exploration of the differences in CSAI-2, ACSI-28, and STPI-Y psychometric measures tar-geted the adult national team members and the U18 age-group of ice hockey players in Hungary. U18 (n=27) and adult national ice...
Article
Full-text available
The purpose of this study was to reveal the characteristics of quality of life, activities, and value systems of the adults participating in our survey. Within these factors, we paid special attention to psychosomatic values such as health, physical activity, free time, and to such activities as sports, trips, and walking. Our sample (N=142) was se...
Article
Elite Young Team Players' Coping, Motivation and Perceived Climate Measures The purpose of this study was to compare and contrast coping skills, motivational profiles and perceived climate in elite young ice hockey, soccer, water polo and volleyball players. It was also our aim to examine how male and female athletes differ in the above mentioned p...
Article
Full-text available
As regards psychological determinants, self-determination, sacrifice, and coping with pressure are all necessary mental skills for success in ice hockey. The aims of this study were to identify those psychologi-cal background factors for three age groups of the national ice hockey teams (U16, U18, U20) that are of the most importance. It was also t...
Article
Full-text available
Presumption for a good team performance is the successful collective task solving. The individual and the team-structure is a co-operative system based upon causality. Applying the approach based upon the novel interpretation of the relationship between co-operation and competition can lead us closer to shape a more consciously planned training pro...
Article
Full-text available
The purpose of the study was to explore differences between the Austrian and Hungarian students' values as related to physical activity, lifestyle, and quality of life. Data were collected from students from 3-3 schools of Western Hungary and Eastern Austria (N=188). All students were citizens in their own country and were born and raised in countr...
Article
Full-text available
The purpose of this study was to compare coping skills, motivational profiles, and perceived motivational climate in elite U18 male ice hockey (n=20) and soccer (n=23) players (n=14). The instruments used were the Perceived Motivational Climate in Sport Questionnaire -2, the Sport Motivation Survey, and the Athletic Coping Skills Inventory -28. The...
Article
As regards psychological determinants, self-determination, sacrifice, and coping with pressure are all necessary mental skills for success in ice hockey. The aims of this study were to identify those psychological background factors for three age groups of the national ice hockey teams (U16, U18, U20) that are of the most importance. It was also th...
Article
Full-text available
Achievement orientation and perception of motivational climate were studied in 59 athletes with physi-cal disabilities (46 men and 13 women) and 58 able-bodied university athletes (23 men and 35 women). The study was based on the Achievement Goal Theory (Nicholls, 1984). Participants completed two question-naires on the basis of which four dependen...
Article
Full-text available
From the beginning of the political transition in Hungary the changes and developments affecting sport did not occur in a premeditated fashion, but instead more as the associated results of certain economic, so-cial and political events. As a result of the political transition, one of the most important factors in Hunga-ry's lag in football talent...
Article
Full-text available
The purpose of this study was to identify those major psychological factors that affect ice hockey performance. The exploration of the differences in CSAI-2, ACSI-28 and STPI-Y psychometric measures targeted the adult national team members and the U-18 age-group of ice hockey players in Hungary. U-18 (n = 27) and adult national ice hockey players (...
Article
Full-text available
Study aim: To determine the knowledge of participants and their attitudes towards sport of the disabled, in the basic and intermediary coach education. Material and methods: A group of 20 instructors, running a coach education course or-ganised by the Institute of Coaching and Sport Education (ICSE), Semmelweis University (Budapest), were interview...
Article
Full-text available
Study aim: To compare the National Core Curriculum (NCC) and the special education curriculum regarding how much they are suitable for children with disabilities in the field of physical education and sports. Material and methods: Content analysis of Hungarian NCC and of 5 special schools cur-ricula was employed to obtain information on specific is...
Article
Full-text available
From the beginning of the political transition in Hungary the changes and developments affecting sport did not occur in a premeditated fashion, but instead more as the associated results of certain economic, social and political events. As a result of the political transition, one of the most important factors in Hungary’s lag in football talent de...
Article
Full-text available
The purpose of this qualitative study of coach-athlete relationships was to utilise perspectives and experiences of four well-known male coaches and one male Olympic medalist from each of the following successful individual sports in Hungary: kayaking, swimming and wrestling. Using relationship constructs of Closeness, Co-orientation and Complement...
Article
Full-text available
Given the lack of publications describing changing curricular matters and the role of teaching and learning swimming in Hungary, the purpose of this case study was to analyze the curricula of 1995, 2001, and 2003. It also was thte authors’ goal to examine the role and place of swimming instruction in school education and provide discussion points t...
Article
Full-text available
Study aim: To identify certain general and specific fitness tests suitable for predicting success in wrestling. Material and methods: Junior wrestlers (n = 285), 13 – 14 years of age, were subjected to 11 anthropometric measurements, 5 general motor tests and 10 sport-specific tests in 1984. The wrestlers were classified into light-, medium-and hea...
Article
Via a Greek sample of 75 sixth grade pupils, the influences of teaching styles on pupils’ goal orientations were investigated. LAPOPECQ was distributed twice, before and after the application of the teaching programme consisting of four teaching style groups. Employing a paired samples t test, the results indicated significant pre-to-post changes....
Article
Full-text available
Study aim: To find out how future physical education (PE) teachers recognise challenges and issues concerning the contextual factors in gymnastics and callisthenics at the public school level. Material and methods: Physical Education – Teacher Education (PETE) students (n = 194) participated in a questionnaire study. The questions pertained to the...
Article
Full-text available
This study aimed at examining elementary physical education teachers' perceptions on ten teaching styles with regard overall pupils' development, including psychomotor, emotional, social and cognitive perspectives. Forty-two (23 males and 19 females) Hungarian teachers employed in the city of Budapest consented to participate in the interview condu...

Network

Cited By