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Kinesiology

1978

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Effects Of An Auditory Stimulus On Pulse Rate, Blood Pressure And Galvanic Skin Resistance, Randall J. Garrett Jan 1978

Effects Of An Auditory Stimulus On Pulse Rate, Blood Pressure And Galvanic Skin Resistance, Randall J. Garrett

Ithaca College Theses

The effects of an auditory stimulus (pep talk) upon pulse rate, blood pressure, and galvanic skin response was examined.

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The Effects Of Fatigue On The Control Of A Single-Motor-Unit, Linda Ann Brown Jan 1978

The Effects Of Fatigue On The Control Of A Single-Motor-Unit, Linda Ann Brown

Ithaca College Theses

The purpose of this investigation was to study the effects of fatigue on the control of a single-motor-unit. Specifically, the investigation considered the influence a 25% decrement in maximal strength would have on the performance of a recently isolated and controlled motor unit of the flexor digitorum superficialis.

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The Effect Of A Bilateral Interference Force Upon Reproduction Of Submaximal Grip Strength Force, Alan Brian Krull Jan 1978

The Effect Of A Bilateral Interference Force Upon Reproduction Of Submaximal Grip Strength Force, Alan Brian Krull

Ithaca College Theses

The purpose of this investigation was to determine the effect of the placement and magnitude of a bilateral interference force and the duration of the retention interval upon the accuracy and consistency of perceiving submaximal force reproduction.

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Reliability And Validity Of Selected Field Tests Of Aerobic Capacity In Young Women, Jean M. Tuffy Jan 1978

Reliability And Validity Of Selected Field Tests Of Aerobic Capacity In Young Women, Jean M. Tuffy

Ithaca College Theses

The purpose of this study was to assess the reliability and validity of the 600-yard run, 9-minute run, and 12-minute run in female high school students.

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The Effects Of An Intoxicating Amount Of Alcohol On Maximum Oxygen Consumption, Heart Rate, And Ratings Of Perceived Exertion, Alan Stuart Zarrow Jan 1978

The Effects Of An Intoxicating Amount Of Alcohol On Maximum Oxygen Consumption, Heart Rate, And Ratings Of Perceived Exertion, Alan Stuart Zarrow

Ithaca College Theses

The effects of ingesting 0.55 ml/lb of 100 proof vodka on maximum oxygen consumption, heart rate, and ratings of perceived exertion were studied using 12 male and female graduate and undergraduate physical education majors.

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The Effects Of Force Exertion On Coincidence-Anticipation Ability, Susan M. Zawacki Jan 1978

The Effects Of Force Exertion On Coincidence-Anticipation Ability, Susan M. Zawacki

Ithaca College Theses

The study investigated the effects of force, time, and sex on the performance of a coincidence-anticipation task.

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