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Class Notes for HESC1501 at University of New South Wales

Introductory Exercise Science

HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Plau Am See, Problem Solving, Egosyntonic And Egodystonic

Lecture 22 - 22/05/18 - Exercise Psychology The performance Psychologist What is a performance psychologist? Applies psychological principles to help enhance peak performance Most commonly works with the at...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Pharmacotherapy, Clinical Psychology

Lecture 21 220518 Exercise Psychology Ajjdlfandfkldnv The clinical Psychologist The most common area of psychological practice 20 of Australians aged 1685 will experience a mental illness in any one year 45 lifetime prev...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Medical History, Blood Lipids, Cardiovascular Disease

Lecture 20 150518 Exercise and Aging The Older Population Ageing Process and its Problems Stroke Obesity Diabetes High cholestrol Impaired mobility Parkinsons disease Arthiritis Osteoperosis Heart disease Poor balance Hi...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Cardiovascular Disease, Secondary Sex Characteristic, Menarche

Lecture 19 150518 Growth and Maturation Growth Somatic Growth changes in body size and stature Weight Height Lean tissue mass Skeletal breadth Head circumference Skinfold measurements Growth Rates in Boys and Girls 6 ye...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Old Age, Ependyma, Proprioception

Lecture 18 80518 Motor Control changes across the life span General Principles of Motor Development Substantial improvements in motor control over the first 2 years of life are thought to follow 2 main principles: 1. Cep...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Bradycardia, Hematocrit, Vasoconstriction

Lecture 16 10518 Chronic Reponse What is aerobic training? Training = chronic repsonses Modality o Cycling, running, swimming Training o At least 3x a week Training duration o At least 30 mins Training intensity o Be abl...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Korotkoff Sounds, White Coat, Pressure Measurement

Lecture 15 - 24/05/18 - CV measurement (BP and HR) Patient management Resting ~ 5 mins siting/lying still Explain the procedures clearly and concisely Put patient at eas...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Hypotension, Exercise Intensity, Cardiovascular Disease

Lecture 14 - 24/04/18 - Acute effects of exercise on the CV response Physiological Values - Heart Rate Controlled by: CNS Responds to: movement, temperature, blood acidity (pH), postural changes (lying vs sitting vs stand...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Vascular Resistance, Stroke Volume, Mean Arterial Pressure

Lecture 12 170418 Introduction to Exercise Physiology and the Cardiovascular System Exercise Physiology The study of the human bodys response to exercise acute respobses chronic responses (adaption to change) Systems we ...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Gas Exchange, Joule, Adipose Tissue

Lecture 11 -17/04/18 - Introduction to Exercise Metabolism Basic concepts of exercise metabolims Adehosine triphosphate (ATP): The energy currency Extract potential energy from food (macronutrients, especially CHO a...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Proprioception, Motor Learning, Motor Skill

Lecture 10 100318 Motor Control and Learning: Skill Acquisition Motor Skill is a learned ability to cause a predetermined movement outsome with maximum certainty. Motor learning is the relatively permanent change in the...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Motor Neuron, Noxious Stimulus, Retina

Lecture 9 100318 Introduction to Motor Control and Learning What is motor control? The field of scientific study that seeks to determine the principles and mechanisms that govern how we PLAN and EXECUTE movement o Proces...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Muscle Contraction, Agonist, Synovial Joint

Lecture 8 270318 Determinants of Muscular Strength Structure of skeletal muscle The muscle cell (muscle fibre) is the structural unit of a muscle A single muscle fibre is made up of many myofibrils (tiny threadlike struc...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Anatomical Terms Of Motion, Resultant Force, Ankle

Lecture 7 270318 The Mechanical Basis of Movement Kinetics study of why things move Consideration of the forces, momentstorques, work, energies and powers in the body Moments angular force Linear Kinetics The branch of...

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HESC1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Muscle Contraction, Skeletal Muscle, Intercalated Disc

Lecture 6 200318 The Mechanical Basis of Movement 1 Biomechanics Bio living Mechanics forces and effects Definition of biomechanics The application of mechanics (physics and mathematics) to the living organism The stud...

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Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

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