1991．第19卷第2期（Vol. 19 No. 2）．pp. 183186
From Experimental to Application: On Transferring Scientific Findings in Behavioral Sciences to the Physical Education Curriculum
Roy Chin-Ming CHAN（陳展鳴）
Findings in modern behavioral sciences have long been utilized in training elite athletes. But the transfer of experimental findings to practical teaching modules in the physical education curriculum has been very slow. Modern societies demand a continuing evolution on the physical education curriculum, especially when numerous scholars have suggested the need to emphasize participative learning, continued motivation and self-actualization in curriculum planning. Studies have suggested the effectiveness of these research findings in a classroom setting. The breakdown in communication between theorists, scientists and practitioners suggested that steps must be taken to bridge the gap between research and application.