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Differences in maximal exercise during running and cycling as a function of mode of exercise for training and competition
(University of Wisconsin--Whitewater, 2014-06-16)
The purpose of this research project was to compare maximal exercise during running and cycling in athletes who train and compete in running, athletes who train and compete in cycling, and athletes who train and compete ...
Master's-level counseling students' perceptions of journaling as a tool for developing reflective thinking and self-awareness
Counselor educators are invested in helping students develop reflective thinking skills and increasing self-awareness, and often assign journals as a means of doing so. While much has been written about the potential ...
Neuroeducation : do educators value neuroscience research?
Created from the Cognitive Revolution of the 1950s, the field of neurology has discovered research that suggests the way the brain best learns, stores and retrieves information. However, this knowledge is making its way ...
Gun violence through television and the impact on young adults : an investigation of cultivation theory
(University of Wisconsin--Whitewater, 2014-05)
Over the past thirty years there has been fierce debate over the issue of gun control and gun rights, yet empirical evidence surrounding the issue has been limited. The purpose of the current study was to identify if various ...
Effects of high tempo, asynchronous music on participation and morale in physical education
(University of Wisconsin--Whitewater, 2014-04)
Physical inactivity is a significant problem in our nation, and physical education is a possible avenue to address this issue. This research sought to explore the use of music as a tool in physical education to increase ...