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INFLUENCE OF LOCAL FATIGUE ON SPEED AND ACCURACY IN MOTOR LEARNING.
Abstract Four groups of subjects, each consisting of 30 male college students, were assigned either to the rho motor learning test (speed) or the pursuit rotor motor learning test (accuracy) underExpand
A sociopsychological assessment of attitude toward physical activity in champion athletes.
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Results indicated that the male and female athletes in this study were remarkably similar in their attitudes, that the strongest attitude of the athletes tacked on to the subdomain conceptual framework developed by Kenyon. Expand
Specificity of Individual Differences in Arm Movement Fatigue within Two Levels of Work Load
Abstract Fifty subjects were given fatiguing tests at two work loads on a horizontal arm-crank friction ergometer.2 The initial speed was 120 rpm; the test continued for 10 min. Both fatigue curvesExpand
Reliability estimation in the measurement of strength.
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Reliability coefficients of the eight isometric measures ranged from moderately high (.74) to high (.98), and a random administration of test items did not result in significant differences in reliability when compared to a standard order. Expand
Role of Psychological Skills Training in Increasing Athletic Pain Tolerance
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It is suggested that stress inoculation training (SIT) may assist athletes in tolerating higher levels of athletic pain during training and competition. Expand
Age and sex differences in learning and performance of an arm speed motor task.
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Initial and final performance showed significant age, sex, and age w/i sex differences and the amount of learning showed no differences in the rho test motor performance task. Expand
Age and sex differences in PWC170 of Canadian school children.
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All four groups improved in PWC170 to a statistically significant degree over the one year children remaining superior to the girls and younger children. Expand
Reminiscence effects on inter- and intra-individual differences in pursuit rotor performance.
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Results were consistent with previous experimentation in that inter-individual differences increased as a result of both practice and the interpolated rest period, and a corresponding effect on intra-individual variation was barely noticeable. Expand
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