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KIN104 study guide

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13 Dec 2012
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UWKIN100Tamara Mac IelWinter

KIN100 Lecture 1: KIN 100 FULL NOTES ONECLASS.pdf

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20 Jan 2015
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Premotor Cortex, Emor, Sensory System

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30 Oct 2015
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Every time the organism moves, it evokes change in the environment. Cause motion (motor commands) based on those changes. Integration of the sensory an
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN155 Lecture 14: Perception and Action

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12 Nov 2015
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Optic nerve - big bundle of nerve fibers at the back of the eye. Optic nerve fibres project to two main systems: Go down to mid-brain, low level proces
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UWKIN100Stephen PrenticeWinter

Summary Chart for Hip And Lower Limb Summary chart listing muscles of the hip and lower limb including origin, insertion, innervation and main action.

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16 Oct 2011
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Muscles of the anterior thigh: flexors of the hip joint. Sides of t12-l5 vertebrae ad discs between them; transverse processes of all lumbar vertebrae.
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UWKIN104William Mc IlroyFall

KIN104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Carpal Bones, Phalanx Bone, Ulna

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30 Oct 2015
36
Provide an example of an eccentric contraction during walking (be specific in your description) Specific = use the terms of the course and be comfortab
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sliding Filament Theory, Motor Unit, Extraocular Muscles

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23 Mar 2016
54
Action potential is all or nothing so it"s all the same. Depends on action potential and will look the same. If you want to modulate the information th
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Electronic Stability Control, Vestibular System, Neural Adaptation

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1 Dec 2015
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Centre of mass (com) the center of mass is the mean location of a distribution of mass of the body. Base of support (bos)- area defined by the parts of
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UWKIN100Stephen PrenticeWinter

Summary Chart for Upper Limb Summary chart for muscles of the upper limb including their origin, insertion, innervation and main action.

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16 Oct 2011
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Superadditivity, Psychophysics, Multisensory Integration

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13 Jan 2016
106
Aristotle illusion: crossing fingers = crossing reference frame for touch. Fleeting sensation of touching two noses rather than one. In somatosensory c
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Golgi Tendon Organ, Muscle Spindle, Axon Hillock

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23 Mar 2016
70
Proprioception sense of one"s body" position, orientation and forces. Touch sense of contact on skin (force, shape, texture etc) Somatosensory sense or
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UWKIN100LTamara Mac IelWinter

KIN100L Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Internal Jugular Vein, Superficial Vein, Coracoid Process

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9 Mar 2016
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Kin 100l lab #1: shoulder and arm. After participation in lab 1 and the completion of the lab 1: post lab assessment (available on. Identify significan
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