Thesis papers and dissertations



Master Thesis: Concept "AdventureMovement"

  • Pupils in balance – to improve the balance through focused movement tasks in primary school PE classes and in frame of the project adventure movement
  • Education through movement – improving cognition through focused movement tasks in primary school PE classes and in frame of the project adventure movement

Contact persons: Prof. Dr. Daniel Memmert and Ann-Kathrin Holzamer 



Bachelor Thesis: Concept "AdventureMovement"

  • Sense or Nonsense?! – A focused group-specific acceptance study of the movement tasks tasks in primary school PE classes and in frame of the project adventure movement
  • Go outside and get moving! – analysis to change the leisure time behavior of primary school children in frame of the project adventure movement

Contact persons: Prof. Dr. Daniel Memmert and Ann-Kathrin Lobert 



Subject: On the effect of brightness differences when deciding on offside situations in football

Experimental game analysis on the basis of position data. Hypothesis in the area of tactics, strategy and attention are will be examined.
Contact person: Prof. Dr. Daniel Memmert



Subject: Visual attention in sport

Especially in quick team and racket sports athletes and players are constantly confronted with situations, in which the simultaneous perception of several stimuli and objects (e.g. team mates, opponents, ball) is necessary. To react as adequate as possible in such situations, the optimal direction of visual attention is decisive. 
Several thesis papers can be offered regarding visual attention in team/racket sports, training with athletes and regarding the examination of performance requirements of referees. 
In a meeting the precise subject of the thesis paper will be discussed.  
Contact person: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Stefanie Klatt née Hüttermann



Subject: Analysis of gaze behavior of referees in volleyball

As of now bachelor and master students can write their thesis paper on the abovementioned subject. Goal of the planned research project is to analyze the general gaze behavior of both referees of a volleyball match. This study will be carried out with high-class referees thanks to a close collaboration with the club.
Contact person: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Stefanie Klatt née Hüttermann



Subject: Body language in Sport

 

Contact person: Dr. Philip Furley 



Subject: Sports Psychology

Contact person: Dr. Philip Furley