Older adult Alexander Technique practitioners walk differently than healthy age-matched controls.
- Journal of bodywork and movement therapies
The findings suggest that the older AT practitioners walked with gait patterns more similar to those found in the literature for younger adults, highlighting the need for further research to assess the AT's potential role as an intervention method for ameliorating the deleterious changes in gait that occur with aging. Expand
The extremes of englishness: The ‘exceptional’ ideology of Anthony Mario Ludovici
Abstract Scholarly work on the British extreme right has examined many of Anthony Mario Ludovici's colleagues, but has until now paid no attention to Ludovici himself. Yet the many books and articles… Expand
Women and eugenics in Britain: the case of Mary Scharlieb, Elizabeth Sloan Chesser, and Stella Browne.
- Sociology, Medicine
- Annals of science
The reason for the high participation of women in the British eugenics movement is examined by focusing on the role of three individuals in the early part of the twentieth century and it is concluded that an important objective of Women in Eugenics was the 'feminization' of its social agenda. Expand
BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Annual Meeting, Bournemouth, July, 1934: Programme: ORDER OF BUSINESS ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 293 SCIENTIFIC SECTIONS ... ... ... ... ... ... 293 PROVISIONAL… Expand