DEMO 2022-12-07T11:25:21+01:00 demo Open Journal Systems <p>Czasopismo ma charakter środowiska testowego , podglądu najnowszych funkcji znajdujących się w OJS.</p> <p>login redaktora: editor</p> <p>hasło: testdrive</p> SENSES IN VISUAL ARTS AS A PRISM FOR PHILOSOPHY AND THROUGH THE PRISM OF PHILOSOPHY 2022-12-07T11:25:21+01:00 Tadeusz Marszał <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet interdum dapibus tellus. Donec nonummy, erat. In bibendum tempus. Suspendisse elit ornare arcu erat, fringilla ut, metus. Nullam id enim. Fusce facilisis eget, cursus at, congue sit amet neque odio fermentum vestibulum. Nulla dignissim. Phasellus facilisis eget, auctor nibh, dictum aliquet at, suscipit et, tristique interdum. Nulla vitae ipsum enim, malesuada fames ac lacus. Integer semper id, commodo est porta sed, sodales rutrum, wisi semper id, libero. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per conubia nostra, per inceptos hymenaeos. Fusce convallis at, congue eget, purus. Maecenas vehicula, dui eget pede sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing felis vitae magna tincidunt varius sit amet, neque. Praesent quis lacus nec turpis egestas. Mauris ut leo. Curabitur tempor. Suspendisse lectus blandit suscipit, velit sit amet felis. Curabitur elit. Sed lobortis mauris id mi at magna. Etiam tempor elit a wisi. Sed tempus facilisis, ante ipsum ante, luctus et turpis. Cras tortor eget odio. Suspendisse vestibulum ac, mattis ac, rhoncus a, sollicitudin dignissim, sapien id purus. Nulla nec augue at elit eu nunc. Sed eu aliquam pharetra.</p> 2022-12-09T00:00:00+01:00 Prawa autorskie (c) xxx xxx 2022-06-13T16:56:30+02:00 Renata Lisowska <p>xxx</p> 2022-06-13T00:00:00+02:00 Prawa autorskie (c) 2022 DEMO Diversity of change in body mass index and skinfold thickness between different study courses within four years of study among the male students in a university in Poland 2022-12-07T11:19:47+01:00 Gabriel Bobula <p>Abstract: Objective: This study examined whether there were significant changes (expectedly increase) in<br>BMI (Body Mass Index), and relative subcutaneous body fat during the four years of study in a university<br>and compared these changes between the students of different courses, viz., Computer science, Law and<br>administration, Humanities and Physical education.<br>Design: This was a prospective follow up study with measurements at two time points with gap of<br>four years. Body mass index, Triceps, subscapular, mid-axillary, abdominal, supra-illiac and medial-calf<br>skinfold thicknesses were measured at two points of time, just after entrance to university and again after<br>completion of four years. Student’s T-test, one-way ANOVA, and repeated measures ANNOVA (two-way)<br>were employed to assess significance of differences in anthropometric measures between groups of students.<br>Setting: The study was conducted at the University of Rzeszów, Poland.<br>Participants: 191 young men university students aged approximately 19.5 years and 24.0 years, at the<br>beginning and after four years, respectively, during this study.<br>Results: Students of all courses underwent increments in BMI, absolute- and relative skinfold thicknesses,<br>except that the students of physical education course did not show change in skinfold thicknesses relative<br>to BMI.</p> 2022-12-08T00:00:00+01:00 Prawa autorskie (c)