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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

[KINE 3020] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (30 pages long!)

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Hierarchal processing is ascending levels of the central nervous system. Parallel distributed processing is the same signal being processed simultaneou
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherWinter

[KINE 3020] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 24 pages long Study Guide!

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30 Mar 2017
Movement arises from perception & action system interaction; with cognitive system affecting both at various levels. Brain stuctures organize in both h
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherWinter

[KINE 3020] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (24 pages long)

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7 Feb 2017
Movement arises from perception & action system interaction; with cognitive system affecting both at various levels. Brain stuctures organize in both h
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Posterior Parietal Cortex, Visual Cortex, Frontal Lobe

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25 Oct 2016
Motor control is the study of postures and movements and the mechanisms that underlie them. Motor control and movement interact to execute activities.
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Central Nervous System, Cerebrospinal Fluid, Medulla Oblongata

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30 Dec 2014
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Study Guide - Cerebellum

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30 Dec 2014
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Study Guide - Motor Learning, Cerebellum

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30 Dec 2014
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

Questions for Reading 24.doc

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29 May 2014
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value, Binary Logarithm, University Of Manchester

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11 Dec 2013
Decision mechanism: the information processing between perception and making the movement (reaction time not movement time) Choice reaction time (crt):
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE3020 Midterm 1.pdf

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30 Jan 2013
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KINE 1000 Lecture 13: pdf (17)

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1 Dec 2019
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KINE 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Webassign, Quotient Rule, Product Rule

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1 Dec 2019
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KINE 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Coset, Approximation Error

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1 Dec 2019
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YORKSpring

KINE 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Squeeze Theorem, Bisection Method, Classification Of Discontinuities

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1 Dec 2019
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YORKFall

KINE 1020 Final: KAHSSO KINE 2031 Mock Exam SU 2016

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10 Feb 2019
Disclaimer: this test is meant purely for study purposes; it does not necessarily encompass the entirety of the material covered in class, and is not m
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YORKFall

KINE 4495 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Varsity Stadium, Tim Hortons, Starbucks

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15 Nov 2018
In ontario, the purpose of the accessibility for ontario with disability act is to benefit all ontarian"s by establishing, and implementing the accessi
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YORKFall

Kine 2011 - Midterm 1 KAHSSO Practice

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18 Oct 2018
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YORKSpring

KINE 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 41: Glycolysis, Acetyl-Coa, Membrane Transport

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8 Jun 2018
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KINE 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 49: Cholesterol, Duodenum, Gallstone

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8 Jun 2018
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KINE 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 47: Diabetes Mellitus Type 2, Adrenocorticotropic Hormone, Frequent Urination

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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Alcohol By Volume

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29 Oct 2017
Laboratory 2- fatal vision: altered information transmission and performance. The effects of goggle type on mean movement time measured in milliseconds
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YORKKINE 3020Denise HenriquesFall

Skilled Performance and Motor Learning Lecture Notes.docx

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27 Oct 2013
Human motor control: is the study of postures and movements and the mechanisms that underlie them. Human movement: walk, talk, sing, smile, play sports
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Hypothesis, Analysis Of Variance

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29 Oct 2017
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YORKKINE 3020Lauren E SergioFall

KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Gamma Motor Neuron, Alpha Motor Neuron, Muscle Spindle

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24 Nov 2018
We have neurons that chronically re, even if there are not external stimuli. Their gates are leaky so ions just leak in and re. 2 types of neurons: ton
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cerebrospinal Fluid, Somatic Nervous System, Psychological Refractory Period

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28 Nov 2016
Experiment: reaction time and movement time program, calculated mean, median and sd, frequency histograms to represent mt and rt and scattergram to ill
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YORKKINE 3020Lauren E SergioFall

KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dorsal Root Ganglion, Higher-Order Function, Occipital Lobe

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24 Nov 2018
Lecture 2, cellular components of the nervous system. Localization of function is when certain parts of a brain lobe do certain tasks. Occipital lobe:
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YORKKINE 3020Lauren E SergioFall

KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Supplementary Motor Area, Premotor Cortex, Basal Ganglia

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24 Nov 2018
Functions of m1: motor cortex 1 is involved in the execution of movement. When m1 is damaged, you can get paralysis. This paralysis can be permanent if
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Blood Alcohol Content

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13 Dec 2013
Figure 1: movement time of third year kinesiology majors given different goggles which mimicked vision when intoxicated. Alcohol consumption disrupts t
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YORKKINE 3020Lauren E SergioFall

KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ventral Posterior Nucleus, Dorsal Root Ganglion, Posterior Column

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24 Nov 2018
Loss of body sensation: dea erented patients (have no sensory feedback or moving limb) can sometimes perform simple motor tasks. The burning sensation
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YORKKINE 3020Lauren E SergioFall

KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Corticospinal Tract, Rubrospinal Tract, Vestibulospinal Tract

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24 Nov 2018
The nervous system can use both the visual and kinaesthetic systems within around 200 milliseconds: when you have both senses available, then you use s
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-9: Connectionism, Extrafusal Muscle Fiber, Gamma Motor Neuron

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30 Jul 2017
What is parallel distributed processing: signals are processed simultaneously among many different brain structures. What is the difference between hie
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherWinter

KINE3020 questions readings 1-25.docx

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6 Feb 2013
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Intrafusal Muscle Fiber, Gamma Motor Neuron, Alpha Motor Neuron

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12 Oct 2016
Hierarchal processing is ascending levels of the central nervous system. Parallel distributed processing is the same signal being processed simultaneou
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-15: Alpha Wave, Beta Wave, Mechanical Energy

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28 Nov 2015
Motor control or movement production processes, studied in the neurosciences, Elaborations on above hypothesis = 3 phases involved in manual aiming ski
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YORKKINE 3020Lauren E SergioFall

KINE 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Brain, Thalamus, Red Nucleus

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20 Sep 2016
Movement occurs through the interaction of the perception and action systems with cognition effecting both at different levels. Sensory information is
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Putamen, Pontine Nuclei, Striatum

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24 Oct 2016
Inputs to medial and superior nuclei are from semicircular canals. Outputs to medial nucleus are to medial vestibulospinal tract ( mvst ), with connect
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-25: Tonne, Cutaneous Receptor, Proprioception

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19 Apr 2016
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Chapter Notes -Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Optic Chiasm, Angular Gyrus

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4 Dec 2013
The optic nerves from the left and right eyes leave the retina at the optic disk in the back. They travel to the optic chiasm where the nerves from eac
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Electroencephalography, Theta Wave, Ogive

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19 Apr 2016
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Chapter Notes -Gamma Motor Neuron, Extrafusal Muscle Fiber, Intrafusal Muscle Fiber

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4 Dec 2013
Systems 1: control of muscle/ topic 4: sensory. Nuclear bag (divided into both static and dynamic types) Fiber has many spherical nuclei in its central
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KINE 3020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Central Nervous System, Cerebrospinal Fluid, Medulla Oblongata

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14 Nov 2012
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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

Lab 2 (3020).pdf

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[KINE 3020] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 24 pages long Study Guide!

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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Superior Colliculus, Dysmetria, Anatomy Of The Cerebellum

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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherWinter

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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Saccade, Linear Regression, Ogive

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YORKKINE 3020Merv MosherFall

KINE 3020 Final: Entire Second Half (Mosher)

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7 Dec 2015
Cognitive: know what or how to do something. Motor: quality of movement: by characteristics. Motor skills can be further classified, used for analyzing
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KINE 3020 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Scantron Corporation, Hypotonia, Basal Ganglia

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4 Dec 2014
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KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Automatic Control, Motor System, Only Time

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KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Motor Program, Long-Term Memory

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KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Long-Term Memory, Retina, University Of Manchester

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Time to contact: they are cues that are associated with info about moving object. Tells you when you need to stop, or where something moving is in rela
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KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Detection Theory, Visual Acuity

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KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Motor Skill, Juggling

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KINE 3020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal

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