S Nishizawa

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Thumb position discrimination and weight discrimination tasks were examined in female students. Task procedures were identical for the position and weight tasks. Different weights were loaded for each positioning and the thumb was abducted to discriminate the weight. The Weber ratio was obtained by the method of constant stimuli and was compared between(More)
Parameters of walking at ordinary, fast and slow speeds in 30 male and 30 female young adults were investigated. More than 10 trials were made for each speed by each subject. The number of subjects and trials was large enough to permit a statistical analysis. The focus of the study was the movement of the point where the resultant foot-ground force(More)
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