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frontal theta can be used as a physiological measure of functional difficulty. Thus, modeling time-varying covariates is beneficial for motor learning as it allows us to address theoretical propositions more directly. Moreover, time-varying covariates are also important for motor development (e

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Yonglin Liang, Francisco T.T. Lai, Joyce L.Y. Kwan, Wai Chan, and Eng-Kiong Yeoh

, such as managing finances and daily transportation, and to identify functional difficulties in eight domains, with a higher score representing more severe disabilities. Statistical Analysis We implemented a multivariable Poisson regression analysis to study the moderating effect of sports

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Laurence Lloyd Parial, Simon Ching Lam, Earl Francis Sumile, and Angela Yee Man Leung

for persons with functional difficulties ( Inouye et al., 2013 ). Compared with the original Zumba dance, a version known as Zumba Gold is designed to address the needs and limitations of people aged ≥50 years ( Dalleck et al., 2015 ). Zumba Gold follows the traditional Zumba program but with a lesser

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Rosanna Gilderthorp, Jan Burns, and Fergal Jones

checklist, which focuses on “Impairments of Body Functions”, was administered. This covered all of the eight domains above and asked participants to describe whether they experienced any functional difficulties relating to each domain. It was not necessary to administer Part 1b or Part 2 of the checklist

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Pankaja Desai, Shannon Halloway, Klodian Dhana, Yanyu Zhang, Thomas Holland, Puja Agarwal, Christopher N. Ford, Carlos Mendes de Leon, Denis A. Evans, and Martha C. Morris

participants with incident Alzheimer’s disease had less PA participation, an increased likelihood of being White or African American/Black and not Hispanic, and more education and functional difficulty, compared with participants who were alive ( Scarmeas et al., 2011 ). The PA measurement included walking

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Philippa J.A. Nicolson, Maria T. Sanchez-Santos, Julie Bruce, Shona Kirtley, Lesley Ward, Esther Williamson, and Sarah E. Lamb

 Widowhood 829 1 ( van den Brink et al., 2004 ) 1 1.7–1.8 Very low  Currently not exercising 1,483 1 ( Ho et al., 1997 ) 1 2.1 Very low  Low amount of exercise per day 1,483 1 ( Ho et al., 1997 ) 1 2.2–3.4 Very low  Other functional difficulties 2,145 1 ( Crimmins & Saito, 1993 ) 1 1.3–1.4 Very low  Low

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difficulties in adaptive locomotion. To date, adaptive locomotion literature has not been synthesized within a framework that may shed light on factors contributing to functional difficulties experienced by individuals with DCD, or strategies to improve their motor function. Using dynamic systems theory as a