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Marcelo Eduardo de Souza Nunes, Umberto Cesar Correa, Marina Gusman Thomazi Xavier de Souza, Luciano Basso, Daniel Boari Coelho and Suely Santos

the club backward a little before hitting the ball.  5. Keep looking at the ball while moving the club back.  6. Move the club forward more slowly to hit the ball weakly.  7. Make a pendulum-like move without flexing the wrist.  8. Keep looking at the red mark (tee) for at least one second after

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Diane M. Culver, Erin Kraft, Cari Din and Isabelle Cayer

engagement  • Third GENC meeting: Vancouver, BC February 2019  • Knowledge transfer opportunity at the Canada Games in Red Deer, Alberta April 2019  • Fourth GENC meeting and poster presentation CoP Webinar: Introduction to the program evaluation May 2018  • In person practical session on program evaluations

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Farnoosh Mafi, Soheil Biglari, Alireza Ghardashi Afousi and Abbas Ali Gaeini

. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, 330 ( 1 ), 1 – 9 . PubMed ID: 20801187 doi:10.1016/j.mce.2010.08.015 10.1016/j.mce.2010.08.015 Dill , D.B. , & Costill , D.L. ( 1974 ). Calculation of percentage changes in volumes of blood, plasma, and red cells in dehydration . Journal of Applied Physiology

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Ines Pfeffer and Tilo Strobach

(e.g., GREEN in red ink). Typically, reaction times (RTs) in incongruent trials are larger than in congruent trials (i.e., the Stroop effect), indicating the requirement to inhibit or to override the tendency to produce a more dominant or automatic response on naming the color word in this task

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Ariel J. Dimler, Kimberley McFadden and Tara-Leigh F. McHugh

, age, and gender. Contrary to expectations of gendered exercise contexts (i.e., those contexts that are stereotypically perceived as women’s exercise), such as various forms of dance and group exercise/fitness classes ( McGannon & Spence, 2012 ), women in pole classes are “often red-faced and sweating

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Andrew F. Clark, Joannah Campbell, Patricia Tucker, Piotr Wilk and Jason A. Gilliland

*, as seen in Figure  4 , show locations of significant clustering throughout the city with cold spots (blue) representing significant clustering of low usage rates and hot spots (red) representing significant clustering of high usage rates. The cold spots are in the southwest quadrant of the city

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Pai-Yun Cheng, Hsiao-Feng Chieh, Chien-Ju Lin, Hsiu-Yun Hsu, Jia-Jin J. Chen, Li-Chieh Kuo and Fong-Chin Su

: The target force was set at 30% and 50% MVC, respectively, and each condition was repeated twice. There were two waveforms shown on the screen. One was a green color, which indicated the target force, and the other was a red color, which displayed the pressing force of the participant’s task finger in

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Annemarthe L. Herrema, Marjan J. Westerman, Ellen J.I. van Dongen, Urszula Kudla and Martijn Veltkamp

sweet or salty. For example, almost half of the participants reported a red fruit yogurt drink as being too sweet. On the other hand, one woman was very pleased with its taste: “The taste is so good; however I am a diabetic so I cannot drink it every day” (R09–woman, 78 years old). Differentiation in

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Sachi Ikudome, Kou Kou, Kisho Ogasa, Shiro Mori and Hiroki Nakamoto

), 14.5 cm (40 points), 16.8 cm (30 points), 19.1 cm (20 points), and 21.5 cm (10 points). Soft-tip darts colored red, yellow, or green were used. Procedure Participants were asked to participate in both a preliminary and a main experiment, which were carried out over 2 consecutive days. The preliminary

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Anthony G. Delli Paoli, Alan L. Smith and Matthew B. Pontifex

participants to identify if the current stimulus matches or does not match a stimulus presented n trials previously ( Carlson et al., 1998 ; Kirchner, 1958 ). Trials contained one of six 3.4 × 3.4-cm uniquely colored shape stimuli (i.e., green circle, red crescent, blue cross, purple star, orange square