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Ayoub Asadi, Alireza Farsi, Behrouz Abdoli, Esmaeel Saemi and Jared M. Porter

increments extended the full length of the mat. Once a subject completed a jump, the jump distance was determined to be the span from the start line to the heel nearest to the start line. Kinematic data were recorded by eight Cortex 2.6 ultra-red cameras (Osprey Motion Analysis Co., USA), at a capture rate

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SeYun Park and Jennifer L. Etnier

condition were printed on a white sheet of paper with 100 (20 × 5) stimuli. The first subtask contained Korean color words (red, blue, and green) in random order printed in black ink, and participants were asked to read the color word. The second subtask was printed in random order solid color squares (eg

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Kristy Martin, Kevin G. Thompson, Richard Keegan and Ben Rattray

performed this task on a computer, while sitting comfortably in a quiet room. During this task, four words (yellow, blue, green, and red) were serially presented on a computer screen, displayed until the participant validated an answer, followed by a 1.5-s rest interval. Participants were instructed to

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Susan Sullivan Glenney, Derrick Paul Brockemer, Andy C. Ng, Michael A. Smolewski, Vladimir M. Smolgovskiy and Adam S. Lepley

gray (red in online) data points represent the intervention group for that specific study, whereas dark gray (blue in online) data points represent the control interventions. (○) represents interventions that lasted ≤12 weeks, whereas (□) represents interventions lasting >12 weeks. Figure 3

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Andrew Hooyman, Alexander Garbin and Beth Fisher

long term depression, decreased connectivity, red curve, will result. Conversely, if the pre-synaptic pulse occurs prior to the post-synaptic, then long term potentiation, increased connectivity, blue curve, will result. The closer the coupling of the two pulses, the closer they fire around an

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the reproductive axis and bone, low energy availability is now recognized to cause other adverse health and performance effects according to the relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S) model. Low energy availability can arise unintentionally, such as by an increased training load not matched by an

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Chanel T. LoJacono, Ryan P. MacPherson, Nikita A. Kuznetsov, Louisa D. Raisbeck, Scott E. Ross and Christopher K. Rhea

training, participants walked on a treadmill and crossed a virtual environment obstacle implemented in Vizard (WorldViz, Santa Barbara, CA). The virtual environment consisted of a grey and red walking path through a brown landscape with trees and a blue sky (Figure  2 ). A counter set in the top right

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Colin J. Lewis, Simon J. Roberts, Hazel Andrews and Rebecca Sawiuk

to develop into more destructive violence. To say a drinking culture existed on the course is somewhat of an understatement. After the first few days it was apparent who the drinkers were. The absence of certain individuals at breakfast was the first clue. The red eyes, croaky voices, vacating the

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Loriane Favoretto, Zach Hutchison, Claire M. Mowling and Melissa M. Pangelinan

terciles are indicated as circle (in red online) (high <28.13), squares (in green online) (middle = 28.12–58.33), and × (in blue online) (low >58.33). Figure  2 (bottom) depicts pre- and post-test process scores for the backhand. The individual data (left) and group means and standard deviations (right

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Travis Anderson, Sandra J. Shultz, Nancy I. Williams, Ellen Casey, Zachary Kincaid, Jay L. Lieberman and Laurie Wideman

Set I. Red line represents the percentage of samples greater than limit of detection. Note: M1:M6 = Day 1 to 6 of menses; L1:L10 = Day 1 to 10 of luteal phase. The greatest proportion (100%) of detectable samples in DSII occurred at a similar time point to DSI (Sample #14), with the vast majority of