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Determining the strongest predictor of FAST aerobic fitness
Ice hockey is a unique sport requiring a combination of well developed fitness capacities that can be generally referred to as 'ice hockey fitness'. To be successful at a representative level an ice hockey player must have ...
Adult Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and the isolation of low and high end component operations in temporal processing and time perception
Evidence has shown that Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is associated with deficits in temporal processing and time perception (Toplak & Tannock, 2004). Current literature, however, focuses on time perception ...
Measuring S100B in concussed athletes following a maximal aerobic fitness test
An objective biological test to measure concussion may provide further insight into a player's decision to return-to-play. Protein S100B is a calcium-binding protein that has been studied as a sensitive biomarker of central ...
Examining the effects of trial order and conditioning on the covert orienting of visual attention task (COVAT)
It has recently been reported by Deller (2006) that the mechanisms of early facilitation followed by late inhibition of return (IOR) attenuated upon ANS activation, manipulated through head-down neck flexion (HDNF). The ...