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  • Role: Faculty
  • Organization: University of Washington Bothell
  • Position: School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

David Goldstein David813G School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences University of Washington Bothell I publish and teach in the fields of American ethnic studies (especially literature) and the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Shelves Matching "Literature"

Literature Discussion Groups

A public shelf by Susan Fullerton

This shelf also includes Literature Circles and Book Clubs, all similar instructional approaches.

Children's Literature - General/Broad - Use the Text Sets Shelf for Book Topics/Themes

A public shelf by Susan Fullerton

Information related to Children's Literature that does not fit into genres or picturebooks. NOTE! If your site is related to a particular topic such as Books about the Holocaust, please shelve in T...

Physical Therapy Literature

A public shelf by Jeff Turner

Current research on physical therapy modalities.

Ergogenic Aids Literature

A public shelf by Jeff Turner

New research on the benefits and negatives of various supplements

Exercise and School performance

A public shelf by Jordan Knieff

Intro to research methods review paper. A review of the literature related to food and recess in education.

Geriatric Strength & Conditioning Literature

A public shelf by Jeff Turner

Strength & Conditioning Literature

A public shelf by Jeff Turner

Research and information on strength and conditioning.

Exercise Science Literature

A public shelf by Jeff Turner

Research Studies/Articles/Reviews regarding exercise science.

Microbiome

A public shelf by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

This shelf is for the growing body of literature on our gut microbes and their impact on our health.

Poetry - Genre

A public shelf by Susan Fullerton

Includes texts, poems, and literature websites as well as instructional approaches using poetry. Poetry is often used with the Shared Reading approach.

Folktales/Folklore/Traditional Literature - Genre

A public shelf by Susan Fullerton

This shelf includes all types of folklore and folk tales- nursery rhymes, fairy tales, folktales (including animal tales, trickster tales, and noodlehead tales), fables, hero tales: epics and legen...

Folklore, or Traditional Literature

A public shelf by Katherine Rhodes

Stories originally told aloud to captivate listeners. Overtime as stories were passed down and retold, they evolved. These oldest stories include: nursery rhymes, folktales, myths, epics, legends, ...

Dystopian Literature

A public shelf by Leslie Salley

Some good sites/articles about dystopian YA lit

YA Literature

A public shelf by Susan Fullerton

cross country barefoot running

A public shelf by Marcia Paschal

Cross-country racing barefoot is becoming popular all over the world. This article is a literature review to prove to the audience why running barefoot is more beneficial than running with shoes,...

Literary Analysis Paper

A public shelf by Austin Martinez

1. Critic Roland Barthes has said, "Literature is the question minus the answer." Choose a novel or play and considering Barthes' observation, write an essay in which you analyze a central question...

Functional%20Movement%20%26%20Pregnancy

A public shelf by Colleen Reynolds

Literature%20pertaining%20to%20the%20factors%20found%20and%20those%20factors%20expressed%20in%20functional%20movement%20training%20and%20other%20mediums.%20

Preeclampsia & Pregnancy

A public shelf by Colleen Reynolds

Literature related to Preeclampsia & Pregnancy.

Hypertension & Pregnancy (and other cardiovascular factors)

A public shelf by Colleen Reynolds

Literature related to Hypertension & Pregnancy (and other cardiovascular factors).

Hormone Regulation & Pregnancy (and other regulatory factors)

A public shelf by Colleen Reynolds

Literature related to underlying physiology of risk factors relating to regulatory factors.

Functional Movement & Pregnancy

A public shelf by Colleen Reynolds

Literature pertaining to the factors found and those factors expressed in functional movement training and other mediums.

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Does dose matter in reducing gestational weight gain in exercise interventions? A systematic review of literature Samantha M. McDonalda,∗, Jihong Liub, Sara Wilcoxa, Erica Y. Laua, Edward Archerc

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Objectives: The purpose of this review was to examine the relationship between exercise dose and reductions in weight gain during pregnancy in exercise interventions. Design: Systematic literatur...

Angular Kinematics in Golf Swings

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Angular Kinematics at Play in the Golf Swing Angular kinematics was the focus of this week’s readings, and several students used the golf swing to illustrate these principles at work in sport ...

2012 Broadband literature review

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literature review by WA State Department of Commerce for broadband report

Literature Review of Running Footwear Conditions

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This paper is a literature review of 5 research articles that investigate the kinematics and kinetics of different running conditions including barefoot, minimalist, or shod running.

Hunger Games Trilogy Influencing College Courses

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Many people may recognize the title The Hunger Games from the theatrical blockbusters released over the past few years. However, the teen book trilogy-turned-movie is also being used as course mate...

Dystopia in Film and Literature

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A discussion of the representations of dystopian societies in film and literature.

Ohio Resource Center > AdLIT > Video Clips > Segment

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Video clip of literature discussion of The Outsiders. The approach being used is Literature Circles that incorporates cooperative instruction roles.

Literature Circles in First Grade

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This website contains wonderful ideas on how to set up literature circles in first grade!

Literature Circles Made Simple

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This teacher answers some FAQs about using literature circles in the classroom.

Teachers Model Literature Circle

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Teachers model a literature circle, including the roles each student may have.

Goal Setting as a Strategy for Dietary and Physical Activity Behavior Change: A Review of the Literature

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Can setting short and long term goals help with changing behavior in regards to dietary and physical activity, a review of the literature.

Inankul, H. 2016, "An Analysis On The Impact Of The Syrian Refugees On Turkey's Security With The Main Subjects Of Migration And Criminal Acts", European Scientific Journal, vol. 12, no. 5.

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Migration, with its basic expression, is the act of people to move from their locations to another location due to economic, social, political and cultural motives. It is possible to describe the a...

Resources for MGMT615

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Strategic Management is a course that forces students to look outside of the scholarly literature and really see how the business operates. There are lots of resources that can help the student be...

CDC

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Fantastic website to track outbreaks, trends and recent literature on food borne illness.

Week 11 - Relaxation therapies for asthma: a systematic review

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Emotional stress can either precipitate or exacerbate both acute and chronic asthma. There is a large body of literature available on the use of relaxation techniques for the treatment of asthma sy...

Who are you looking at? Why women recognise more faces than men

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Date: November 20, 2013 Source: Taylor & Francis Summary: Numerous studies have reported that women outperform men when it comes to face recognition faces, but most have focused on assessing i...

Orthotic Use for Plantar Fasciitis

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A number of debilitating lower extremity injuries were addressed during this week’s readings. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain, so I wanted to supplement this week’s text wi...

Biomechanics of subdural hemorrhage in American football: review of the literature in response to rise in incidence

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Jonathan A. Forbes, Scott Zuckerman, Adib A. Abla, J Mocco, Ken Bode, Todd Eads

College students explore health through art and literature | USA TODAY College

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The science behind healing a wounded body — mentally or physically — can be complicated, intricate and something that not everyone understands. Pages upon pages of complex words and with even mo...

Vitamin B12 Deficiency and Brain Health

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One of the most remarkable papers I have read in the psychiatric literature was about a 57 year old woman who was treated with months of both antipsychotic and antidepressant medications and given ...

Behavior Modification in Sport and Physical Education: A Review

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The aims of this paper are to focus attention on operant technology, a component of behavior modification, as an effective technology with potential uses in sport and physical education and to ...

The Effects of Single Versus Repeated Plyometrics on Landing Biomechanics and Jumping Performance in Men

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The effectiveness of plyometric exercises in improving jumping performance has been well documented in a large body of literature [18]. One possible mechanism explaining the efficacy of plyometrics...

The Use of Music for Learning Languages: A Review of the Literature

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Researchers over the last twenty years have made astounding advances in the theory of language acquisition. Many find the pedagogical conjoining of language and music compelling. The first part of ...

DAWCL Explanation of Awards

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Children's Literature Awards

Choking in sports: ACT on it!

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The purpose of this article is to describe the phenomenon of choking in sport, and suggest a process approach to managing competitive pressure and choking (based on the sport, cognitive, and clinic...

Chiking in Sports: ACT on it

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The purpose of this article is to describe the phenomenon of choking in sport, and suggest a process approach to managing competitive pressure and choking (based on the sport, cognitive, and clin...

"The Overman" from his POV

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Great original source at the bottom. Need to check this out: Nietzsche, Life As Literature, Alexander Nehamas, Havard University Press,1994

Beneficial effects of green tea: A literature review

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The health benefits of green tea for a wide variety of ailments, including different types of cancer, heart disease, and liver disease.

The Effects of Single Versus Repeated Plyometrics on Landing Biomechanics and Jumping Performance in Men

Item added by Stacy Schell Poyser

The effectiveness of plyometric exercises in improving jumping performance has been well documented in a large body of literature [18]. One possible mechanism explaining the efficacy of plyometrics...

CLC Pratchett

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From: Literature Criticism Online (UNLV)

The Sports Gene

Item added by Carrie Sasynuik

Looks at research with respect to genetics and sports performance. Well written with research notes so you can read the original literature.

Systematic review of the health benefits of physical activity and fitness in school-aged children and youth

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Abstract Background: The purpose was to: 1) perform a systematic review of studies examining the relation between physical activity, fitness, and health in school-aged children and youth, and 2) m...

EFFECTS OF MUSIC THERAPY ON CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

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The purpose of this study is to highlight literature concerning the effects of music therapy on children with disabilities. The paper is organized in the following sections: (1) background of music...

‘Honour’-based violence in Kurdish communities

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This paper draws on a growing body of international literature to explore current understandings of ‘honour’-based violence (HBV) and examine the measures that have been implemented to address t...

New Benefits of Cruciferous Vegetables Were Found

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Cruciferous Vegetables are vegetables in the family of Cruciferae, including cauliflower, cabbage, garden cress, broccoli and similar green leaf vegetables. Recently, a new study found that a compo...

Items Tagged with "Literature"

10 Reasons Why We Don't Need GMO Food

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A Liberal Arts Curriculum In 2 Minutes : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR

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Amazingly powerful.

OpenCulture

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"Get 1000 free online courses from the world’s leading universities — Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard, Berkeley, Oxford and more. You can download these audio & video courses (often from iTunes, YouT...

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Using Fan Fiction to Teach Critical Reading and Writing Skills

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Short article discussing the use of fan fiction in middle school along with a brief history of fan fiction and different lessons to be learned from it.

USING SOCIAL NORMS TO REGULATE FAN FICTION AND REMIX CULTURE

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More of the social psychology behind fan fiction and its play in society throughout history, as well as its growing popularity.

Sylvia Plath Bio

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Normal Stuff

Batman 75 years

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Living Under Disney

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Talks about the rules we follow under disney. Need to find out if actually discusses the Disney morals.

Inspirations

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Grimm Brothers "Society and Culture"

Item added by Stephanie Bajorek

Describes the background to Grimm Brother fairy tales.

Ted Hughes Biography

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Insight into his style of poetry

Gaurdians of the Fairy Tale

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Background to The Grimm Brother's Might offer an interesting read to their reasons for writting what they wrote.

The Moral of the Story

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May offer similarities between the story

Grimm Brothers and Disney common tales

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Yes, I know Wikipedia is a terrible site to use, but I simply was looking to see which Disney movies were inspired by Grimm Brother fairy tales, which this allowed. And I can prove these are true t...

"Daddy" Analysis

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Batman Origins

Item added by Bryan Arendt

Little more on why batman was made in the way you see him today

Briar Rose

Item added by Stephanie Bajorek

I will have to take a further look at home at the copy I own, because the looks of these are completely different.

Cinderella

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The story of Cinderella from Grimm Brother's which from what I've read is very similar to the story I have actually read

The real stories behind the disney stories

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It's a article but I'm curious to read more from it.

Batman No Kill Policy

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Little detail on the origin of Batman

Bob Kane's life

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Origin of Bob Kane

Timeline for Batman Movies and TV

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Little timeline for what Batman has been doing for 75 years

Plath Poetry

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Overall Evaluation of Poetry

Poem Analysis

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Winter Trees and Ariel

Batman's qualities

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Little things that make Batman

Batman Origins 2

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Little beginning for the batman comics

Valuable Lesson Your Children Learn Through Fairy Tales

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Lessons that individual fairy tales teach

Backward Morals

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Not sure if this is going to be of any use but may be worth a look at.

Why Fairy Tales Are Important to Childhood Development

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Offers background to why we even teach fairy tales.

Fan fiction online: Engagement, critical response and affective play through writing

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Overview of online fan fiction writing, illustrating range of writing techniques; studies of fan bases included

Bob Kane's life

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Bob Kane's life

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Takes about his life as a child

Bill Finger Co-creator of Batman

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Parts of Batman that Bob Kane took credit instead of Bill Finger

Terry Pratchett Bio

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By agent Colin Smythe

Superman Fanbase

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Little talk about the origin and the years of fanbase that Superman has achieved

Superman Helping

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How he has helped many people through the depression and World Wars

Read Alouds for Students

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Go to this website and sign up for your free trial to hear read alouds for your students. They have all types of genres and authors available for free!

Storynory

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A collection of audio tales for children.

Disturbing Origins of Fairy Tales

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Summaries of original tales.

Grimm's tales

Item added by Leslie Salley

A collection of 209 Grimm's fairy tales.

Original story of Sleeping Beauty

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A site about the true Sleeping Beauty tale

Sleeping Beauty

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A site where scholars at Pitt State curated versions of Sleeping Beauty

John Green

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John Green's website

Fishingboat Proceeds

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John Green's Tumblr

The Teen Whisperer

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An NY Times article about Green's success as a YA author

Laurie Halse Anderson's website

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This is Lauri Halse Anderson's website

Cliffnotes of Speak

Item added by Leslie Salley

Speak is so awesome, people try to get out of readin it :)

The Topics Dystopian Films Won't Touch

Item added by Leslie Salley

Dystopian films do not mention gender or race, as if they are solved problems.

James Dashner's website

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James Dashner's site focusing on The Maze Runner series.

Disturbing Origins of Fairy Tales

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Summaries of original tales.

Grimm's tales

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A collection of 209 Grimm's fairy tales.

Storynory

Item added by Susan Fullerton

A collection of audio tales for children.

Laurie Halse Anderson's website

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This is Lauri Halse Anderson's website

Peter Reynolds

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Fablevision is the interactive website of Peter Reynolds, author of Ish, Sky Color, and many others.

Childhood stimulation key to Brain Development

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Brain development in children

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

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volunteer oppurtunities

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volunteer oppurtunities

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How many individuals with a serious mental illness are homeless? - Backgrounder - Treatment Advocacy Center

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Mental illness and homelessness correlation

Womens's Development Center | SERVICES

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place where women and children can live

Family Homelessness Facts | Green Doors

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facts/stats on homeless families

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This weeks lecture we learned how the respiratory system works. Carbon dioxide and oxygen are exchanged between alveoli & capillaries. The alveoli is tiny air sacs in the lungs through whose walls ...

Motor Skill Milestones

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A more in depth look at motor skill milestones than what we learned in class. It gives many examples for every age from birth to 18 months.

Gender-Neautral Toys

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This article had to do with children's toys and their effects, which is what we covered this week. This article was really interesting because it touched on the ide of gender-specific toys--and eve...

The Search for Utopia

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The Cost of Dreams of Utopia

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How to do Progressive Muscle Relaxation

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Progressive muscle relaxation is the process of tensing muscle groups and then relaxing them in order to achieve a relaxed state. This is a great video and can help you relax

What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

Human Locomotion

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This is a great video that goes beyond the basics of locomotion. This video talks about the anatomy and physiology regarding human movement. Great resource to go to if needed a visualization of the...

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This article connects back to this weeks lecture as we learned about static stretching. Static stretching is the ability to hold an extended position within the ROM. We learned that it is easier to...

Mentor Texts

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Writing Fix list of mentor texts for each different writing trait. (Idea development, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions)

How Olympians Can Win The Competition By Tweaking Their Genes

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In class we emphasized that genetics do play a role in determining if we are made to excel in certain activities, despite the amount of rigorous involved. In this article we are able to see how gen...

Addiction and Neural Pathways

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While talking about addiction in class we also talked about how these addictions create neural pathways that create a positive feeling for us hormonally. This interesting article dives into a study...

ACL Reconstruction

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Over this past week, I have been observing at a physical therapy clinic and have happened to see a lot of ACL injuries in young teenagers. Seeing so many of these injuries in the patients, I decide...

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An article about green house gasses from the EIA, the governmental agency referenced in the Gaiam article posted. I wanted to compare the two agencies data. I feel that the two government agencies ...

Week 1 Biomechanics Intro

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The first week of our class we were examing what biomechanics are.

Effect of Warm-Ups Involving Static or Dynamic Stretching on Agility, Sprinting, and Jumping Performance in Trained Individuals

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The following article is from the Journal of Strength and Conditioning. The study observes the effects of static and dynamic stretching on trained individuals. Results from both types of stretches ...

How to build a Strength Training Program

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This video is great at explaining what to do and the instructor really breaks it down and makes it easy to understand all the different thing you need to do to create a balanced strength training p...

Bras

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Hi everyone! I am a hockey enthusiast and it is really nice to see you here! Did you hear about the Moseley, Edgar F ? They is well-known for hiring African American workers. I was also hired there...

Aging Bone

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This short clip describes how the skeletal growth process aging. The video describes how the osteoblasts and osteoclasts process is effected by aging. By age 30, bones have reached their ultimate t...

Infant Reflexes

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This is a video that gives a brief explanation of some infant reflexes. Its really cool to see how infants react to different movements or positions.

Comments Matching "Literature"

Angular Kinematics at Play in the Golf Swing Angular kinematics was the focus of this week’s readings, and several students used the golf swing to illustrate these principles at work in sport ...

Comment on Angular Kinematics in Golf Swings
posted by Sean Mullins

Pollution is explained in more material by material, case by case, type by type, detail here than in any other form of literature that I have found. Or at least any form of literature that isn't in...

Comment on Pollution: Crash Course Ecology #11
posted by Slater Davis

During this week of biomechanics we learned about the functional anatomy of the shoulder. This article is relevant because it touches base on how shoulder abduction involves a variety of movements....

This is probably my favorite article that I found while doing my literature review this past week. I did already have a little bit of background with the topic of barefoot running but I definitely ...

Comment on Barefoot Running: Does it Prevent Injuries?
posted by Lindsay Cargin

The article I chose this week was titled, “Risk factors associated with medial tibial stress syndrome in runners: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” It was written by Newman, Witchalls, Wadd...

Comment on Week 6 Biomechanics
posted by Stephen Fleet

A number of debilitating lower extremity injuries were addressed during this week’s readings. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain, so I wanted to supplement this week’s text wi...

Comment on Orthotic Use for Plantar Fasciitis
posted by Sean Mullins

This, along with any descriptive literature, is simply an awesome read. This directly ties in with this weeks lessons with angular kinematics. This article specifically gives examples of various dr...

Comment on Developing speed in the snatch and clean and jerk
posted by Brent Newell

Creatine monohydrate is arguably the most researched ergogenic aid (maybe caffeine). I personally use creatine and I think it helps out somewhat. It is relatively inexpensive compared to most oth...

Comment on Ergogenic Aid
posted by Michael Wells

When negotiating research papers synthesizing peer reviewed articles with the premise of one's expository, it is wise to take an extra hour or so ensuring the research article identified is reliabl...

Nutrition labels have been nearly the same since their humble beginning in the 1970s. Now, with more people eating processed foods, there is a demand for food labels to contain more relevant inform...

Comment on Food Labels -Easier for Consumers
posted by Brent L Younglove

The benefits of maintaining a balanced and healthy diet seem obvious, however, given the unhealthy nature of the typical U.S. diet, it seems this understanding has been mostly ignored. Within this ...

Comment on Mediterranean Diet -Benefits
posted by Brent L Younglove

Despite the fact that a journalist is trying to summarize the scientific literature, I think the general idea here is sound - that diet influences weight more than activity, but people often confus...

This was an interesting read about the effects of these masks. I have seen several people wearing them. Do not think this trend has caught on to avid recreational athletes. However, more elite styl...

Comment on Elevation Mask - do they Work
posted by Paul Heesch

This is the qualifier: "First, a child or adolescent must successfully master the introductory exercises using submaximal loads. Weights are added only under strict, qualified supervision, such as ...

What I like most about this article is although it doesn't display a lot of literature, the main focus is making sure the message of dietary weight loss pills are not for everyone. A lot of us loo...

Comment on Dietary Prescriptions can be tricky
posted by Porshia Franklin

This video is a perfect visual of the "manipulative skills" we have discussed. I'm a very visual learner, so this video helped me tie together the literature I'd read and the lecture I'd heard. The...

Comment on Teaching Youth to Catch a Baseball (Video)
posted by Mariah Johnston

As we get older, there are so many questions on how we treat frailty and how might we prevent it. Discussed in the video above as in lecture, successful aging refers to the physical, mental, and so...

Comment on Successful Aging
posted by Caitlin Lu

Continuing the conversation relating to the greenhouse effect and more specifically global warming, this article looks in particular at the rise in sea levels. The article denotes a number of major...

Comment on Sea-Level Rise and Its Impact on Coastal Zones
posted by Slater Davis

This video, courtesy of Hank Green and Crash Course, is one from a series of 12 from their playlist on ecology, so basically a nice 12 video long list of all you need to know about the environment ...

This article discusses one's Sense of Belonging and how that ties into Psychological Health. In class this week, we discussed that a firm sense of belonging was one of the 5 basic psychological ne...

Comment on Sense of Belonging and Psychological Health
posted by Daniel Mitchell

I was fascinated to find in the reading that their at 25 different types of crawls and creeps documented in literature! This article gives an in depth description of childhood locomotor skill devel...

Comment on Locomotor Development
posted by Arianna Marie Claveria

While this is not a particularly lengthy article or a primary source, it provided me a great starting point towards our lab about the wrist. I could not possibly find any literature on the matter o...

Comment on The Paralysed Finger - science made simple
posted by Nicholas Erickson

When I found this article as one of the articles to review for my literature review it reminded me of one of our forum posts that discussed the different types of strides. My classmates and I discu...

This article is a good literature review of a study examining the optimal amount of plyometric training to still gain benefit from the exercise but not overtrain. Plyometrics are important and what...

Comment on Plyometrics: How Much Is Enough?
posted by Geoffrey Orwiler

This article reinforced current literature in class that the link between sound mind and body may play a significant role in one's susceptibility to chronic disease and constant compromised immune ...

Comment on Many Faces of Stress
posted by Lance Anders

This is a literature review of different characteristics that can lead to peak performance. One of the best being goal-setting. It includes many other methods that elite athletes also use.

This was a literature review of Olympic athletes and what psychological attributes they have as well as what have influenced them and their training. It touched on the nature vs nurture argument a...