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Jamie Taber and Kat Longshore

ranged from 7 months to 11 years and from high white belt to second-degree black belt. Within each color, there are low, solid, and high belts, in the following order: white, blue, yellow, green, red, brown, and black. Once an athlete reaches the rank of black belt, further progress is marked by degrees

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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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Itay Basevitch, Gershon Tenenbaum, Edson Filho, Selen Razon, Nataniel Boiangin and Paul Ward

level and followed the same process as the ones used in the trial video clips. The researcher then checked the answer sheet to ensure that the participants understood the task and that the answer sheet was filled out correctly. Prior to each test trial, as per Ward et al. ( 2013 ), a pointer—a red box

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Robert G. Weaver, Aaron Beighle, Heather Erwin, Michelle Whitfield, Michael W. Beets and James W. Hardin

with the widest range of MVPA%perm estimates (range = 13.2%–66.7%) and graphically depicted each child’s activity [eg, MVPA (marked as green) or sedentary (marked as red)] for each time segment over the duration of the entire lesson (see Figure  6 ). During this lesson, only 24.5% of time segments

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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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Alexander Tibor Latinjak

of 52 cards into red and black cards as quickly as possible. After explaining the task, we ran one practice trial. Afterwards we started the competition. After each trial during the competition, the slowest participant was eliminated, until only one participant was left. The competitive element was

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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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Eduardo Bellomo, Andrew Cooke and James Hardy

buttons without error. Whenever an error occurred the whole 4 × 4 matrix lit up in red, and participants had to start a new trial from the beginning (Figure  1c ). The sequence was the same in all acquisition blocks across all participants (Figure  1a ). This task was chosen for members of the explicit

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Meltem Dizdar, Jale Fatma Irdesel, Oguzhan Sıtkı Dizdar and Mine Topsaç

and the X sign in its middle) on a computer monitor located right in front of the platform at the patient’s eye level were shown to the patient. The patient was told that a red X sign on the monitor signifies the center of gravity as her body moves. In the static balance test, the patient was

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Stefanie Hüttermann, Paul R. Ford, A. Mark Williams, Matyas Varga and Nicholas J. Smeeton

of keeping their math accuracy at or above 85% at all times. During recall, a percentage in red was displayed in the upper right-hand corner. Results The total amount of correct responses in which all three tasks were correct (decision-making task, attentional task, and perceptual task) was 35