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Psychophysical effects of stimulative music, sedative music, and silence on a high-weight bench press
Music has been known to have the ability to either relax or “pump up” a person based on its qualities. Previous studies have confirmed this phenomenon with respect to cardiovascular activity and grip strength. Athletes and ...
Case Study: The Effects of Suspension Training on Measures of Lower Limb Strength and Stability
Introduction: Suspension Training (ST) can be traced back over 150 years ago when it was first used in physical education classes to promote bodyweight in multi-directional movements as a form of exercise. Since then, ST ...
Motivational Factors Effecting Monthly Physical Fitness Assessments of 315th Training Squadron Non-Prior Service Airmen
Members of the United States Air Force are personally responsible for maintaining a level of fitness that ensures they are mission ready at any given time. However, while in technical training, Airmen are required to ...
Deception in Therapy: Forensic Therapists' Beliefs and Attitudes
People see deception every day by means of politics, the media, advertising, and daily interactions. One study suggests that people tell, on average, two lies a day (DePaulo & Colleagues, 1996) and “most people are often ...