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Age effects on mediolateral balance control.

Age effects on mediolateral balance control.

... of balance and mobility for older adults were used in the present study, to characterize the subject ...ceiling effects reported in community-dwelling older adults [9] and underline that our sample was ... See full document

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Acute effects of capsaicin on energy expenditure and fat oxidation in negative energy balance.

Acute effects of capsaicin on energy expenditure and fat oxidation in negative energy balance.

... an age between 18–50 years and a BMI between 20–30 kg/m 2 , were a good health, non-smoking, not using a more than moderate amount of alcohol (,10 consumptions per week) or caffeine-containing beverages (,2 cups ... See full document

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Effects of saccadic eye movements on postural control stabilization

Effects of saccadic eye movements on postural control stabilization

... the effects of varying visual demands paired with a concurrent cognitive task on postural stability and observed significantly greater sway variability in the eye movement condition compared to the no eye ... See full document

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Reactive Balance Control in Response to Perturbation in Unilateral Stance: Interaction Effects of Direction, Displacement and Velocity on Compensatory Neuromuscular and Kinematic Responses.

Reactive Balance Control in Response to Perturbation in Unilateral Stance: Interaction Effects of Direction, Displacement and Velocity on Compensatory Neuromuscular and Kinematic Responses.

... interaction effects of the direction, displacement and velocity of perturbations on electromyographic (EMG) activity, centre of pressure (COP) dis- placement and joint kinematics to detect neuromuscular ... See full document

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Effects of age and gender on performance on Conners' Continuous Performance Test in Brazilian adolescents

Effects of age and gender on performance on Conners' Continuous Performance Test in Brazilian adolescents

... Continuous performance tests (CPTs) are increasingly used to assess attentional processes such as sustained attention and as part of diagnostic tools for neurodevelopmental disorders such as attention-deicit/ ... See full document

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Braz. J. Phys. Ther.  vol.17 número1

Braz. J. Phys. Ther. vol.17 número1

... effect on static and functional balance in ...the effects of treadmill training and over ground gait training in children with cerebral ...of age categorized in Levels I to III of the Gross ... See full document

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Effects of saccadic eye movements on postural control in older adults

Effects of saccadic eye movements on postural control in older adults

... the effects of eye movements on postural control in an attempt to clarify how the search for visual information that elicits such movements affects ... See full document

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Effects of age and physical activity on the autonomic control of heart rate in healthy men

Effects of age and physical activity on the autonomic control of heart rate in healthy men

... based on the literature which advocates that cycles with 10- to 12-s duration, which correspond to a breath rate of 5 to 6 cycles/min are the most reliable to obtain maximal RSA ...based on observation of ... See full document

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Einstein (São Paulo)  vol.11 número2

Einstein (São Paulo) vol.11 número2

... the effects of physical fitness and function on older adults in two programs of supervised exercise activity: resistance training and aerobic ...and balance), flexibility test, and the six-minute ... See full document

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Effects of strain and age on ear wound healing and regeneration in mice

Effects of strain and age on ear wound healing and regeneration in mice

... studies on ear hole closure have used C57BL/6 mice from different sources as a control non-regenerating strain and this strain has been reported to have a limited or even null capacity of regenerating ear ... See full document

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Effect of different electrolyte balances in broiler diets

Effect of different electrolyte balances in broiler diets

... broiler age increase, with consequent higher water excretion and wet ...the effects of DEB levels on excreta dry matter content and observed that the excreta of broilers fed diets with 300 and 375 ... See full document

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Combined astaxanthin and fish oil supplementation improves glutathione-based redox balance in rat plasma and neutrophils

Combined astaxanthin and fish oil supplementation improves glutathione-based redox balance in rat plasma and neutrophils

... Based on previous studies from our group, the ASTA effect on plasma glucose, cholesterol or triacylglycerol concentrations is supposedly dependent on the carotenoid content in the diet, since those ... See full document

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Effects of conventional versus multimodal vestibular rehabilitation on functional capacity and balance control in older people with chronic dizziness from vestibular disorders: design of a randomized clinical trial

Effects of conventional versus multimodal vestibular rehabilitation on functional capacity and balance control in older people with chronic dizziness from vestibular disorders: design of a randomized clinical trial

... Older individuals who meet the inclusion criteria follow- ing the baseline assessment and sign the informed con- sent will be randomized into one of two VR protocols: conventional or multimodal. Randomization will be ... See full document

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Effects of physiotherapy on balance and unilateral vestibular hypofunction in vertiginous elderly

Effects of physiotherapy on balance and unilateral vestibular hypofunction in vertiginous elderly

... increasing age, whereas the instability is related, among other components, with the involvement of the vestibular ...maintaining balance, compared with the visual and somatosensory ...the balance ... See full document

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Clinics  vol.68 número11

Clinics vol.68 número11

... force on the body joints to neutralize the effect of gravity and any other ...postural control (24). While the anteroposterior balance is maintained by the ankle torque, the mediolateral ... See full document

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The dynamic of the annual carbon allocation to wood in European tree species is consistent with a combined source–sink limitation of growth: implications for modelling

The dynamic of the annual carbon allocation to wood in European tree species is consistent with a combined source–sink limitation of growth: implications for modelling

... C balance (source control), direct environmen- tal control (water and temperature effects on sink activity) and allocation adjustments related to age, past climate con- ditions, ... See full document

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Effects of hypothalamic neurodegeneration on energy balance.

Effects of hypothalamic neurodegeneration on energy balance.

... and control animals to increase food intake acutely following a period of food ...These effects also were apparent in weight gain after refeeding; control and Agrp- ablation mice were able to recover ... See full document

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Peer effects on locus of control

Peer effects on locus of control

... of Control does not seem to differ by gender among adults (De Bra- bander and Boone, 1990), teenage girls tend to present more internal control than their male counterparts (Manger and Eikeland, ...2000). ... See full document

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Effects of four days hiking on postural control.

Effects of four days hiking on postural control.

... These effects may negatively influence the postural control of ...the effects of a four-day hike on postural ...postural control in the standing ... See full document

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(São Paulo, online)  vol.3 número4

(São Paulo, online) vol.3 número4

... Lower limb muscles in both legs were passively stretched by the researcher during 10-min of contract-relax PNF protocol, in the following manner: (a) subjects kept in standing position, a knee flexion was performed to ... See full document

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