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Cédrick T. Bonnet

the other hand in the fixation task was not obvious. Firstly, negative correlations could be found between the eye and COP/body movement if the eyes moved exactly in the opposite direction and in phase with the COP/body movements. For example, if the body was swaying to the left, the eyes should move

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Christopher J. Nightingale, Sidney N. Mitchell and Stephen A. Butterfield

in senior citizens. The purpose of this study was to examine correlations between the TUG test and various indicators of balance utilizing the OptoGait (Microgate USA, Mahopec, NY) photoelectric system. The TUG test is used to assess mobility and balance. Specifically, the patient is asked to rise

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Joseph O.C. Coyne, Sophia Nimphius, Robert U. Newton and G. Gregory Haff

, the numerator ATL is contained in the denominator CTL) causes a spurious correlation. 3 A spurious correlation occurs when 2 variables are incorrectly inferred to be related to one another or the relationship is incorrectly understated or overstated. 4 A potential cause of this type of error is mathematical

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Aaron T. Scanlan, Neal Wen, Joshua H. Guy, Nathan Elsworthy, Michele Lastella, David B. Pyne, Daniele Conte and Vincent J. Dalbo

measures derived from the IMTP with sprinting and jumping tests commonly used in adolescent basketball. There is a paucity of research examining the IMTP in adolescent basketball players. 5 To date, only correlations between dominant:nondominant ratios in normalized peak force production using unilateral

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Elshan Najafov, Şeyda Özal, Ahmet Yiğit Kaptan, Coşkun Ulucaköy, Ulunay Kanatlı, Baybars Ataoğlu and Selda Başar

alpha value. 15 Test–retest reliability was assessed using intraclass correlation coefficient. 16 The validity of the scale was evaluated in terms of concurrent validity. To assess the concurrent validity, total LHB scores were compared with ASES and mCMS scores. Similarly, subsections of LHB score

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Irineu Loturco, Timothy Suchomel, Chris Bishop, Ronaldo Kobal, Lucas A. Pereira and Michael McGuigan

step in exploring the usefulness and effectiveness of this novel approach. Accordingly, comparing the magnitude of these respective correlations with the magnitude of more established relationships (eg, correlations between 1RM and performance measures) 19 , 20 could enable practitioners and

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Andrea Stewart, Barbara Sternfeld, Brittney S. Lange-Maia, Kelly R. Ylitalo, Alicia Colvin, Carrie A. Karvonen-Gutierrez, Sheila A. Dugan, Robin R. Green and Kelley Pettee Gabriel

of women’s health ( Pettee Gabriel et al., 2009 ). The results from these studies have primarily demonstrated low to moderate correlation or agreement, overall ( Ainsworth, Sternfeld, Richardson, & Jackson, 2000 ; Pettee Gabriel et al., 2009 ). The low-to-moderate relation between measurement

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Ece Acar, Tamer Çankaya and Serkan Öner

skills by decreasing the force released by these muscles. In other words, the decrease in muscle mass may lead to the loss of muscle strength, which, in turn, may lead to a decrease in muscle functions. However, the correlations between these factors are not yet fully discovered. Although there are

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Manuel Trinidad-Fernández, Manuel González-Sánchez and Antonio I. Cuesta-Vargas

). Figure 1 —References system in scapula and processing of the ultrasonography images. (A) With ImageJ, we marked the angle between the rib and the medial border of the scapula in 2 different positions. (B) We selected the medial border of the scapula in the first position in order to perform the cross-correlation

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Christopher D. Ramos, Melvin Ramey, Rand R. Wilcox and Jill L. McNitt-Gray

center to hip joint center (lateral malleolus to greater trochanter) relative to forward horizontal (Figure  2 ). Comparisons between variables on the group level were made using a 1-tailed Pearson’s correlation ( α  = .05). Comparisons between variables on the individual level were made using the