The objective of this experiment was to determine the effects of unrestrained females on sexual behavior of bulls. Twelve Angus bulls were used in three Latin square replicates where sexual interactions between one bull and one female were quantified for each of four 60-min tests (T1, T2, T3, and T4, respectively). All bulls received the following… (More)
This paper studied the effect of wrist angle on the amount of hand opening achieved by electrical stimulation in people with spastic hemiplegia. With their forearm in pronation, subjects were asked to relax while their affected wrist was passively moved in steps of about 15 degrees from full flexion into extension. Trains of stimuli were applied to the long… (More)
We tested the hypothesis that expression of sexual behavior in bulls is affected by the manner in which they are exposed to unrestrained, sexually receptive females. Twelve Angus bulls were used in a crossover design involving two treatments, each tested four times for a total of eight tests for each bull. Sexual interactions were quantified for each of… (More)
The effects of instructions (paradoxical versus standard), treatment technique (EMG biofeedback, progressive muscle relaxation and self-relaxation) and subjects' sex were investigated in a 2 by 3 by 2 between-subjects design. Dependent measures were the changes in EMG and skin temperature over one 40-min. training session for 72 volunteers. For EMG change,… (More)
The development of the chip microprocessor in 1971 has enabled a revolution in the use of stored-program logic and data handling (the microcomputer) in industrial control applications not heretofore seriously considered.