Institute of Physical Education, Health & Leisure Studies

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Institute of Physical Education, Health and Leisure Studies (PEHL), founded in 2005, is an integral part of today’s lifelong education. One of the largest and top-ranking institutions of its kind in Taiwan, the PEHL offers a master’s program leading to careers as educational and health-related specialists, recreational managers, physical education and health-related educators, coaches and researchers. These research- and practice-oriented experiences are provided through its three laboratories: Exercise Physiology, Sports Biomechanics and Recreation and Leisure Studies. Moreover, these centers and laboratories offer numerous opportunities for research with highly cited faculty. The faculty members are ranked among the most productive researchers in Taiwan.

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Motor Skills Disorders Medicine & Life Sciences
Exercise Medicine & Life Sciences
Bone and Bones Medicine & Life Sciences
Taiwan Medicine & Life Sciences
Tennis Medicine & Life Sciences
Executive Function Medicine & Life Sciences
Joints Medicine & Life Sciences
Touch Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 1998 2018

Research Output 1999 2019

Aerobic exercise modulates transfer and brain signal complexity following cognitive training

Wang, C-H., Moreau, D., Yang, C-T., Tsai, Y. Y., Lin, J. T., Liang, W. K. & Tsai, C-L., 2019 May 1, In : Biological Psychology. 144, p. 85-98 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Exercise
Brain
Entropy
Reading
Electroencephalography
Exercise
Interleukin-15
Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor
Insulin-Like Growth Factor I
Cytokines
6 Citations (Scopus)

Effects of Physical Exercise Intervention on Motor Skills and Executive Functions in Children With ADHD: A Pilot Study

Pan, C. Y., Tsai, C-L., Chu, C. H., Sung, M. C., Huang, C. Y. & Ma, W. Y., 2019 Feb 1, In : Journal of Attention Disorders. 23, 4, p. 384-397 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Motor Skills
Executive Function
Exercise
Tennis
compound A 12

Student theses