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kinesiology

[kə‚nēz·ē′äl·ə·jē]
(physiology)
The study of human motion through anatomical and mechanical principles.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A significant decline in the value of both parameters of about 10% may have suggested that aging manifested itself for women taking part in this experiment in their seventh decade of life (roughly in the age range of 60-69 years old) but the first signs of aging in the kinesiological aspect already manifested themselves in the previous decade, after the age of 50 years old.
Social kinesics still awaits the test of analyzing in situ, as it were, kinesiological systems other than American or Western European.
The kinesiological EMG can be performed from surface electrodes, needle electrodes, the fine wire type or hook wire electrodes.
[...] Folklore manifests itself in many oral and verbal forms ('mentifacts'), in kinesiological forms (customary behavior, or 'sociofacts'), and in material forms ('artifacts'), but folklore itself is the whole traditional complex of thought, content and process--which ultimately can never be fixed or recorded in its entirety; it lives on in its performance or communication, as people interact with one another.
Additionally, several articles examining the kinesiological and metabolic aspects of locomotor training with robotics were included to further understand the potential of this method of locomotor training.
La electromiografia de superficie, segun lo expuesto por The ABC of EMG en A practical introduction to kinesiological electromyography (Konrad, P.
The perception of football as a kinesiological activity raises a question: How is the success of an individual football player during a competing activity linked with his characteristics and abilities?, which is the main aim of this paper.
Pain and disability in patients with osteoarthritis of hip or knee: the relationship with articular, kinesiological and psychological characteristics.
Top performance in volleyball comes as a result of specific physiological, kinesiological, psychological, and environmental influences of both natural and social surroundings.
BS in Kinesiological Sciences, University of Maryland
To make yoga practice safe as well as sane, Aldous uses her background in yoga and anatomical and kinesiological principles to explain the connections between anatomy, movement and yoga asanas.