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Xiaochen Zhou, Daniel C. Funk, Lu Lu, and Thilo Kunkel

of product design and marketing is to help consumers fulfill those needs ( Homer & Kahle, 1988 ). Therefore, this study extends the understanding of activewear consumption through delving into consumers’ deeper needs. The current research also extends the literature on sport consumer experience

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Alexandra Milligan, Chris Mills, and Joanna Scurr

More and more studies are emerging reporting breast kinematics. These studies rarely present effect sizes, power, and variance in the data. Important inferences are drawn from these data, including applications to product design, breast pain assessment, sports performance effects, and more. The aim of the study was to explore the within-participant variance in breast kinematic data during a 5 km run. Multiplanar breast kinematics and within-participant variance, defined by the coefficient of variation, for 10 female participants wearing a low and high level breast support were calculated during a 5 km run. Greater within-participant variance was reported in the high level (mean = 15%) breast support compared with the low level (mean = 12%). Within-participant variance in breast kinematics did not change over the 5 km run. Differences in the magnitude of within-participant variance in breast kinematics were reported between directions of breast movement, with greater levels in the anteroposterior direction compared with mediolateral and vertical. It is important for the progression of this research area that the presence and sources of within-participant variance in breast kinematics are quantified and acknowledged, ensuring that the margin for meaningful differences can be reported.

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William Bellew, Ben J. Smith, Tracy Nau, Karen Lee, Lindsey Reece, and Adrian Bauman

; online curation and promotion of knowledge products, better practice guidance, program specifications/examples, and intervention resources; and access to e-learning and development products designed to strengthen implementation and impact of evidence-informed policies and programs. 20 , 21 Figure 1

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Jonathan S. Dufour, Alexander M. Aurand, Eric B. Weston, Christopher N. Haritos, Reid A. Souchereau, and William S. Marras

, CA) that were captured at a rate of 100 Hz in custom laboratory software. The IMU sensors were mounted securely to custom harnesses made by a local product design and development company (Priority Designs, Inc, Whitehall, OH) via an Afinia H800 (Afinia 3D, Chanhassen, MN) 3D-printed snap-fit mounting

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Tyler Prochnow, Haley Delgado, Megan S. Patterson, and M. Renée Umstattd Meyer

Ment Health Nurs . 2005 ; 26 ( 6 ): 591 – 609 . PubMed ID: 16020072 doi:10.1080/01612840590959425 16020072 10.1080/01612840590959425 68. Aral S , Walker D . Creating social contagion through viral product design: a randomized trial of peer influence in networks . Manag Sci . 2011 ; 57 ( 9

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Richard Shusterman

.K. , & Shusterman , R . ( 2014 ). Practicing somaesthetics: Exploring its impact on interactive product design ideation . In DIS ’14: Proceedings of the 2014 conference on designing interactive systems (pp.  1055 – 1064 ). New York, NY : Association for Computing Machinery . http

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Seoha Min, Sumin Koo, and Jennifer Wilson

architecture, color, and materials that directly affect consumers’ awareness. Townsend, Kang, Montoya, and Calantone ( 2013 ) developed a conceptual framework demonstrating how two design factors, form and function, impact consumer opinion toward product design. According to the authors, form refers to the