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76 Smith, Yda JeanThey bring their memories with them: Somali Bantu resettlement in a globalized worldThe Somali Bantu, arriving in the United States after many years in Kenyan refugee camps, face significant barriers to successful integration into American society. Those responsible for managing initial resettlement at the local level were not prepared to provide appropriate assistance to this gro...2010
77 Newton, MariaRelationship of task and ego orientation to performance: cognitive content, affect, and attributions in bowlingThe purpose of the present study was to examine the relationship of individual differences in goal orientation to mid-activity cognitive content and affect and post-performance attributions across three games of bowling. Forty-seven undergraduate students enrolled in bowling activity classes were r...Goal-directed behavior; Task and Ego Orientation in Sport Questionnaire; Sport psychology1993
78 Symons, John David; Jalili, Thunder; Litwin, Sheldon E.Quercetin-supplemented diets lower blood pressure and attenuate cardiac hypertrophy in rats with aortic constrictionQuercetin (Q), a flavonoid found in berries and onions, can reduce blood pressure in hypertensive animals and inhibit signal transduction pathways in vitro that regulate cardiac hypertrophy. We hypothesized that quercetin could prevent cardiovascular complications in rats with abdominal aortic con...2006
79 Martin, JimNo differences in cycling efficiency between world-class and recreational cyclistsThe aim of this experiment was to compare the efficiency of elite cyclists with that of trained and recreational cyclists. Male subjects (N =69)performed an incremental exercise test to exhaustion on an electrically braked cycle ergometer. Cadence was maintained between 80-90rpm.Gross efficiency; Delta efficiency; Cycling efficiency; Economy; VO2peak2004
80 Newton, MariaSenior olympians' achievement goals and motivational responsesThe purpose of this study was to examine the motivational perspectives of athletes participating in the Senior Olympic Games. One hundred thirty-seven senior athletes (54 males, 82 females, and 1 nonidentifier) completed measures of goal orientations, beliefs about the causes of success in sport, in...Senior olympics; Athletes; Intrinsic motivation1998-07
81 Foreman, K. KennethCharting the progression of disability in parkinson disease: study protocol for a prospective longitudinal cohort studyBackground: People with Parkinson disease (PD), even in the presence of symptomatic relief from medical, surgical, and rehabilitative interventions, face a persistent worsening of disability. This disability is characterized by diminished quality of life, reduced functional mobility, declining perf...2010
82 Marcus, RobinAn eccentrically biased rehabilitation program early after TKA surgeryRehabilitation services are less-studied aspects of the management following total knee arthroplasty (TKA) despite long-term suboptimal physical functioning and chronic deficits in muscle function. This paper describes the preliminary findings of a six-week (12 session) eccentrically-biased rehabili...2011
83 Shaw, Janet M.Long-term exercise using weighted vests prevents hip bone loss in postmenopausal womenBackground. Bone mineral density (BMD) is a primary risk factor for hip fracture. We studied the effect of long-term weighted vest plus jumping exercise on hip BMD in postmenopausal women as a strategy for reducing hip fracture risk. Methods. Eighteen postmenopausal women (age 5 64.1 6 1.6 years a...2000
84 Schwab, Keri AnnThermus aquaticus and you: biodiversity, human health, and the interpretive challengeImagine being imprisoned for a crime you didn?t commit. How would it affect your physical, mental, and emotional health? How would it affect the health of your family and friends? Imagine your sense of helplessness when everyone who should have helped set you free? eyewitnesses, investigators, pol...2010
85 Smith, Yda JeanNDT: an essential part of the curriculumThe Neuro-Developmental Treatment approach (NDT) is an essential part of the curriculum at the University of Utah Division of Occupational Therapy. A wide range of practice models and theories are introduced during the first foundational year of coursework, including Dynamic Systems Theory, Sensory ...2006
86 Dibble, Leland E.Charting the progression of disability in parkinson disease: study protocol for a prospective longitudinal cohort studyBackground: People with Parkinson disease (PD), even in the presence of symptomatic relief from medical, surgical, and rehabilitative interventions, face a persistent worsening of disability. This disability is characterized by diminished quality of life, reduced functional mobility, declining perf...2010
87 Newton, MariaQualitative analysis of a pediatric strength intervention on the developmental stepping movements of infants with Down syndromeThe purpose of this study was to describe the developmental stepping movements of 5 infants with Down syndrome who participated in a pediatric strength intervention. Pretest and posttest data were collected with the Hawaii Early Learning Profile Strands, Battelle Developmental Inventory, and specia...Developmental stepping movements; Strength intervention; Progressive interactive facilitation; Motor development1996
88 Ward, Robert ScottThe physical therapy and society summit (PASS) meeting: observations and opportunitiesThe construct of delivering high-quality and cost-effective health care is in flux, and the profession must strategically plan how to meet the needs of society. In 2006, the House of Delegates of the American Physical Therapy Association passed a motion to convene a summit on ?how physical therapist...2010
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