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Is karate effective in improving postural control?

Davide Filingeri, Antonino Bianco, Daniele Zangla, Antonio Paoli, Antonio Palma
2012 Archives of Budo  
A comprehensive literature search was conducted based on the following keywords: "karate", "postural control" and "body sway". Results were collected and filtered manually.  ...  Performing complex motor skills, such as the ones performed by karate athletes, requires a great sense of balance.  ...  M NM Cortical alpha rhythms are correlated with body sway during quiet open-eyes standing in athletes: A high-resolution EEG study Del Percio et al. 2007 Correlation between cortical activity  ... 
doi:10.12659/aob.883521 fatcat:wjevefyzrbhvjkyusyw2joyc6a

Winning the game: brain processes in expert, young elite and amateur table tennis players

Sebastian Wolf, Ellen Brölz, David Scholz, Ander Ramos-Murguialday, Philipp M. Keune, Martin Hautzinger, Niels Birbaumer, Ute Strehl
2014 Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience  
This study tested two hypotheses: (1) compared with amateurs and young elite, expert table tennis players are characterized by enhanced cortical activation in the motor and fronto-parietal cortex during  ...  motor imagery in response to table tennis videos; (2) in elite athletes, world rank points are associated with stronger cortical activation.  ...  An EEG study with karate and fencing athletes during an upright standing task, which required the integration of visual cues for body sway indicated stronger highfrequency ERD at right ventral centro-parietal  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00370 pmid:25386126 pmcid:PMC4209814 fatcat:ezvtlvb4tnd23dukvrzylad2ta

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2015 Journal of athletic training  
Influence of Hip Strength on Lower Extremity Kinematics Differs Among Functional Tasks Nguyen A, Crisafulli GA, Keith JL, Baellow AL, Boling MC: High Point University, High Point, NC, and University of  ...  2) Eyes closed, fixed surface, 3) Eyes open, fixed surface, sway-referenced visual surround, 4) Eyes open, fixed visual surround, sway-referenced surface, 5) Eye closed, fixed visual surround, sway-referenced  ...  surface, and 6) Eyes open, sway-referenced surface and sway-referenced visual surround.  ... 
doi:10.4085/1062-6050-50.6.s1 pmid:26087075 pmcid:PMC4538722 fatcat:bbycuhe65vhuxleebfchcm52ay

North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Virtual Conference June 9-11, 2021

2021 Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (JSEP)  
As a result, when the explicit system increases its response, errors are siphoned away from the implicit system, thus reducing its learning.  ...  It appears that during sensorimotor adaptation, behavior is shaped by competition between parallel learning systems.  ...  Coaches' Influence on Team Dynamics in  ... 
doi:10.1123/jsep.2021-0103 fatcat:6add57uuzja2pcd2qbkc6s5zei

Moderate Versus Heavy Intensity Interval Training For Vascular Health In Post-menopausal Women

Karen M. Birch, Emma Harris, Gurpreet Birk, Gemma Lyall, Kirsten Riches, Carrie Ferguson, Karen E. Porter
2016 Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise  
The relationships between limb specific %BF and uncorrected and corrected EI values were examined using Pearson's correlation coefficients (r) with an alpha level set a priori at P ≤ 0.05.  ...  Collegiate volleyball athletes may benefit from a taper where both TL and VLd are substantially reduced prior to important competitions.  ...  Balance was assessed using a force platform with subjects standing on a foam surface with eyes open (3 trials). Reaction time (RT) was assessed for the hand (10 trials).  ... 
doi:10.1249/01.mss.0000487397.16238.ba fatcat:vrlcrjm7ondzxlrd4j7vtv6ph4

Recovery of stereopsis in human adults with strabismus through perceptual learning

J. Ding, D. Levi
2010 Journal of Vision  
In addition, an ERP study performed with our V1 summary model shows that V1 statistics also explain a high amount of variance in occipital EEG responses to natural scenes.  ...  We studied this fusional vergence mechanism by comparing reading with both eyes (binocularly) with reading with one eye only (monocularly); in monocular reading, fusional vergence is "open-loop" and the  ...  Namely, intersubject correlation of fMRI activity was obtained only in visual and auditory cortices.  ... 
doi:10.1167/10.7.1124 fatcat:w3a4vu2hybhcvjwfqrryzzilbi

Abstracts of the 20th European Conference on Eye Movements, 18-22 August 2019, in Alicante (Spain)

Susana Martinez-Conde, Luis Martinez-Otero, Albert Compte, Rudolf Groner
2019 Journal of Eye Movement Research  
This document contains all abstracts of the 20th European Conference on Eye Movements, August 18-22, 2019, in Alicante, Spain Video stream "Glimpses at 20th ECEM": https://vimeo.com/user43478756.  ...  Reward was calculated as a fraction of the maximum depending on the performance (accuracy and speed).  ...  Higher dopamine levels led to faster simple reaction times but not choice reaction times and a trend towards higher reward sensitivity was observed. Data collection is currently ongoing.  ... 
doi:10.16910/jemr.12.7.1 pmid:33828763 pmcid:PMC7917478 fatcat:wqzwn552cndsnablyikzx3og5e

Cardiac Denervation Affects Exercise Training-Induced Improvements in Cardiorespiratory Fitness of Heart Transpant Patients

Emmanuel G. Ciolac, Rafael E. Castro, José M. Rodrigues da Silva, Edimar A. Bocchi, Guilherme V. Guimarães
2016 Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise  
No relationships reported) PURPOSE: Heart transplantation-induced cardiac denervation results in impaired heart rate control during exercise, and has been associated with a reduced cardiorespiratory fitness  ...  It is unclear, what the underlying cardiovascular mechanisms are that give rise to this high level of aerobic fitness.  ...  PURPOSE: This study examined the effects of a high fat/high sugar (HF/HS) diet on Testosterone (T) and 17β-Estradiol (E2) concentrations in female mice with and without physical activity.  ... 
doi:10.1249/01.mss.0000486439.51364.46 fatcat:yyb4ho2jqzfqvj7u3t5opdk4s4

Abstracts of The 3rd Asia-Oceanian Conference of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine in Conjunction with The XI Annual Scientific Meeting of The Indonesian Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Association

P Tulaar
2012 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
Subjects were asked to stand barefoot quietly on force plate under four standing conditions including: tandem standing with closed eyes (TC) and open eyes (TO) as well as wide standing with closed eyes  ...  during vertical standing (ten sway tests).  ...  Conclusion: These findings may imply there was a trend of improvement in the attention problems for children with CP after EEG-biofeedback training, but more subjects are needed to draw a conclusion.  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-0994 fatcat:hq2przzinbbsbb2tullwuq2chu

Abstracts: 6th World Congress of the international society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine in June 12-16, 2011, San Juan, Puerto Rico

I (ISPRM)
2011 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
ACTION OBSERVATION IN STROKE PATIENTS: INVESTIGATING THE NEUROPHySIOLOGICAL EFFECTS USING EEG  ...  eyes opened (p < 0.05), However there was no statistical difference in COG distribution during dynamic postural control with eyes closed.  ...  In the upright posture, the total sway path length decreased significantly (eyes opened p = 0.02, eyes closed p = 0.05) after the intervention on the unaffected side.  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-0842 fatcat:kagqucdnuncvljk535slbn3wve

Academic Press is an imprint of Elsevier [chapter]

2009 Annual Reports in Medicinal Chemistry  
A. (1999). Alcohol consumption and cognitive performance in the Framingham Heart Study. American Journal of Epidemiology, 150, 580-589. Elias, P. K., Elias, M. F., D'Agostino, R. B., Sullivan, L.  ...  A., Wilson, P. W., Silbershatz, H., & Wolf, P. A. (1997). NIDDM and blood pressure as risk factors for poor cognitive performance: The Framingham Study. Diabetes Care, 20, 1388-1395. Elias, P.  ...  Human cortical rhythms during visual delayed choice reaction time tasks. A high-resolution EEG study on normal aging. Behavioral Brain Research, 153(1), 261-271. Baltes, P. B., Staudinger, U.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0065-7743(09)04435-2 fatcat:udugdegd4bhrzkgbbtzict2ed4

Sex Differences in Motor Unit Discharge Rates at Maximal and Submaximal Levels of Force Output

J Greig Inglis, David A. Gabriel
2020 Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism  
This study evaluated potential sex differences in motor unit (MU) behaviour at maximal and submaximal force outputs.  ...  Averaged across all force outputs, females had a greater incidence of doublet and rapid discharges and a greater percentage of MU trains with doublet and rapid (5-10ms) discharges (Δ 75.55% and 61.48%  ...  are!one!of!the!most!common!problems!at!elderly!subjects.!Most!studies!concerning!balance! control!have!focused!mainly!on!measuring!postural!balance!during!quiet!standing!on!a!stable!or!a!  ... 
doi:10.1139/apnm-2019-0958 pmid:32338038 fatcat:guar3mepqbe3vdn7gpsbhelrfa

What happens to the central respiratory rhythm during breath-holding?

Michael Parkes
2007 Physiology News  
Developmental Sciences, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, UK Acknowledgements The author wishes to thank Nanna MacAulay, Emil Zeuthen, Svend Christoffersen and Magnus Bundgaard for their help with  ...  Thomas Zeuthen Nordic Centre for Water Imbalance Related Disorders, The Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Acknowledgement The work in our laboratory is supported by the Muscular Dystrophy  ...  Thus the brain 'does not simply process information but also generates information', observable in the EEG as a blend of rhythms unable to phase-lock with each other because their mean frequencies are  ... 
doi:10.36866/pn.68.16 fatcat:hdgmhexfhjemphpq374mi6gkui

Final Program, The 2012 International Neuropsychological Society Mid-Year Meeting/11th Nordic Meeting in Neuropsychology June 27–30, 2012 Oslo, Norway

2012 Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society  
Symposium Description: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a developmental condition with first behavioral signs appearing in childhood and often continuing into adulthood.  ...  The problems of inattentiveness, over-activity and impulsivity are the defining features in current diagnostic manuals but a clear understanding of the core symptoms or their origin is still lacking.  ...  EEG markers of "conflict of the inter- est" during dual-task performance were observed in the frontal regions for alpha-1 band.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1355617712001063 fatcat:hvqdxc6a5jb6rfbhapoem4q72i

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Magda Shaheen, Senait Teklehaimanot
2017 Journal of Clinical and Translational Science  
OBJECTIVES/SPECIFIC AIMS: Examine mental health service use and its correlates among depressed group in a national sample of population≥20 years old.  ...  DISCUSSION/SIGNIFICANCE OF IMPACT: Our study showed that minority (AA and Hispanics), foreign born and uninsured with depression were less likely to use mental health services and/or antidepressant drug  ...  RESULTS/ANTICIPATED RESULTS: The preliminary analysis included all female adolescents (n = 49,292) and a subset of pregnant adolescents with offspring data available (n = 2917).  ... 
doi:10.1017/cts.2017.287 fatcat:yp5uxjopfzhuzovziwsbbhl2au
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