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Mallory S. Kobak, Andrew Lepp, Michael J. Rebold, Hannah Faulkner, Shannon Martin and Jacob E. Barkley

and sedentary behavior during 2 separate simulated recess conditions: with and without the presence of a mobile Internet-connected tablet computer (ie, Apple iPad). We hypothesized that children’s physical activity would be greater and sedentary behavior will be lesser in the condition with no iPad

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Sarah M. Coppola, Philippe C. Dixon, Boyi Hu, Michael Y.C. Lin and Jack T. Dennerlein

-travel devices (Table  1 ), each with a different combination of key travel, short (S) or long (L), and mechanism (dome, butterfly, or scissor). The devices were Tablet S (0.55 mm): Apple iPad® Pro (Apple Inc, Cupertino, CA); Notebook S (0.55 mm): Apple MacBook® Pro (Apple Inc); Tablet L (1.3 mm): Surface® Pro 4

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Rumit S. Kakar, Hilary B. Greenberger and Patrick O. McKeon

acceptable trials for each of the 3 abovementioned tasks. Pain rating after each trial was recorded by the participants using a 100-mm VAS, and the average of the 3 trials per task was used for comparisons. Two-dimensional motion capture analysis was performed using 3 Apple® iPads (Apple Inc, Cupertino, CA

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Louise Capling, Janelle A. Gifford, Kathryn L. Beck, Victoria M. Flood, Gary J. Slater, Gareth S. Denyer and Helen T. O’Connor

ASN for dissemination. A pilot ADI was developed using the FileMaker ™ Pro 14 software program (FileMaker, Inc., 2015, Santa Clara, CA) and deployed online via a portable electronic tablet (e.g., AppleiPad mini). The participants completed the ADI in the presence of one researcher (L. Capling

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Wesley O’Brien, Michael J. Duncan, Orlagh Farmer and Diarmuid Lester

, 2016b ). Video cameras (3 × Canon type Legria FS21 cameras; Canon Inc., Tokyo, Japan and 2 × Apple iPads) were used to record each participant’s performance and execution of the required skill. The distance and camera angles were at all times consistent; specifically, to ensure that the complete body

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Iva Obrusnikova, Haley M. Novak and Albert R. Cavalier

video clips were uploaded into the First Then Visual Schedule HD (FTVS, Good Karma Applications, Inc., China) Apple iPad app as video prompts. The five exercises were presented to the participants using exercise icons in the FTVS app on a 20-cm LED iPad and wireless headphones. Each icon was enhanced