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YORKKINE 4420Mark CummingsFall

Relaxation notes Final.docx

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23 Nov 2012
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Lymph has valves but no venous pressure so its based on muscle movement. Non-specific defense mechanisms prevents penetration of its external shield. B
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YORKKINE 4420Mark CummingsFall

KINE 4420 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Bodymind, Teddy Bear, Eustress

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23 Nov 2012
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Self regulation: maintenance of the healthy, natural body/mind. Learned self regulation: methods used to return one to the natural state when disregula
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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieFall

KINE 3340 Study Guide - Wanker, Transverse Plane, Cardiorespiratory Fitness

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23 Nov 2012
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Preparatory phase: all movements directed away from intended line of projection. Follow through: movements following release of object. Bos changes fro
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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieFall

KINE 3340 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Sickle Cell Trait, Sickle-Cell Disease

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23 Nov 2012
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Psychomotor: voluntary movements from higher brain regions. Individual: rate of change varies for the people. Qualitative: developmental changes involv
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YORKKINE 3340Nickolas WattieFall

KINE 3340 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Female Athlete Triad, Bone Remodeling, Osteoclast

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23 Nov 2012
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If you cannot do the basics it will keep you from doing more complex things later in life. Physical literacy is very sport specific (doesn"t include da
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisWinter

PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Classical Conditioning, Contiguity, Drug Tolerance

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6 Apr 2011
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Phobias are irrational fears of specific objects or situations and are often a result from another learning process called classical conditioning. Lear
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisFall

Notes from text for test 1

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6 Apr 2011
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Psychologists seek to describe, explain, and predict the occurrence of behaviors. Term psychology has greek origin; psyche means soul; logos means the
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisWinter

Notes from text for test 1

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6 Apr 2011
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Psychologists seek to describe, explain, and predict the occurrence of behaviors. Term psychology has greek origin; psyche means soul; logos means the
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