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Intentions, attitude beliefs, social norm beliefs, and past behavior relationships based upon perceived environmental and health factors for participants involved in outdoor land-based trail recreation in Wisconsin
Ajzen and Fishbeins' Theory of Reasoned Action was used to measure the attitude beliefs, social norm beliefs, and intentions in predicting the correlates of participation in ~utdoorla nd-based trail recreati~nb ased ...
The effects of a leisure activity visitation training program on the social interaction of persons with dementia
Individuals with dementia while they visit with family and friends. This exploratory field study used participant observation interviews and three questionnaire forms to analyze how a leisure activity training program ...
Annual Report 1998/99
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Murphy Library, 1999)
Comparison of specific, variable/blocked, and variable/random practice schedules for the retention and transfer performance of college males in a basketball jump-shooting task
College males (N = 22, mean age = 21.3) were randomly assigned into 3 groups (SP, VB, VR) and practiced under specific, variableJblocked, and variableJrandom schedules respectively, performing 5 sets of 45 jump-shots ...
Energy cost at three different speeds on a cross-country ski simulator
This study investigated the physiological responses of cross-country skiing at three different speeds using the NordicSport CrossTraining System (NSCTS).
Coronary heart disease risk factors in children ages 9 to 11 years
A total of 115 third through fifth grade students, ages 9-11 years, volunteered to participate in the coronary heart disease risk factor survey at Hintgen Elementary School in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The subjects were ...