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Study Guides for Kinesiology at University of Lethbridge (UOFL)


UOFLKNES 3300Wong IlsaSpring

[KNES 3300] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 33 pages long Study Guide!

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Name + fruit/vegetable game in bigger groups. Name on back, ask yes or no questions to figure out who you are. Lego to figure out groups: can"t have th
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UOFLKNES 2650Shan GongbingFall

[KNES 2650] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 49 pages long Study Guide!

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Fly : if inexperienced athletes want to move suddenly, they are unable to do so because their stance simply doesn"t allow them to get off the mark quic
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UOFLKNES 3200Gonzalez ClaudiaFall

[KNES 3200] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (97 pages long!)

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Movement disorders can originate at the following locations except for: hippocampus. Movement disorders can be defined as: neurological syndromes. Spas
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UOFLKNES 3630Wong IlsaFall

[KNES 3630] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (83 pages long)

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The progressive development (change) of a living being or parts of from its earliest stage to maturity, including attendant increases in size : sinclai
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UOFLKNES 2600Simard StephaneSpring

[KNES 2600] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (176 pages long)

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Anatomy is the careful observation of the human body, it is the study of: external and internal structures, what they are made of. Tissues, what holds
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UOFLKNES 3650Shan GongbingFall

[KNES 3650] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 26 pages long Study Guide!

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A way to leading to your passionate career ask. Passionate career: one that you love to and/or happy to do it. On surface: ask will help you learn your
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UOFLKNES 3300Wong IlsaSpring

KNES 3300 Final: FINAL

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Activity: kelsey went out of the room and was given a certain type of leadership style she had to portray, we had to build the tallest free standing bu
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UOFLKNES 2650Shan GongbingFall

KNES 2650 Study Guide - Final Guide: Force Platform, Parasitic Drag, Fundamental Interaction

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Fly : if inexperienced athletes want to move suddenly, they are unable to do so because their stance simply doesn"t allow them to get off the mark quic
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UOFLKNES 3200Gonzalez ClaudiaFall

KNES 3200 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hypothalamus, Saccade, Hypothyroidism

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What does echolalia refer to: repetition of other people"s words. When would someone be most likely to present with tics: when presenting in their move
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UOFLKNES 3630Wong IlsaFall

KNES 3630 Study Guide - Final Guide: Telomere, Egg Cell, Spermatocyte

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Four main learning responses during infancy/toddlerhood: classical conditioning, if we couldn"t be classically conditioned, we can"t cognitively develo
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UOFLKNES 2600Simard StephaneSpring

KNES 2600 Study Guide - Final Guide: Inguinal Ligament, Adductor Hiatus, Bronchodilator

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Average adult brain weighs ~3lbs (1. 4kg: size and mass varies proportionately . Although representing only 2% of the body weight, it receives: 15% of
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UOFLKNES 2160Simard StephaneFall

KNES 2160 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Electrochemical Gradient, Ion Channel, Fluid Compartments

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Mostly muscle phyiology, more than 50%, look at the basics for the rest, mostly multiple choice, no short answers and matching. Themes in physiology: s
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