TOC-Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport RQES-Vol. 82, No. 4

RQES-Vol. 82, No. 4

 
Biomechanics
Nordic Walking  Practice Might  Improve Plantar Pressure Distribution
Pedro Perez-Soriano, Salvador Llana-Belloch, Alfonso Nlartinez-Nova,
G. Morey-KlajJsing, and Alberto Encarnacion-Martinez ………………………………………..593

Epidemiology
Evaluation of Low-Cost, Objective Instruments for Assessing of Physical Activity in 10-11-Year-Old Children
Teresa L. Hart,  Timothy Brusseau,  Pamela Hodges Kulinna,JamesJ McClain,
and  Catrine Tudor-Locke ……………………………………………………………………………..600

Measurement and Evaluation
The Bland-Altman Method  Should  Not Be Used in Regression Cross-Validation Studies
DanielP O’Connor; Matthew T Mahar,  MitziS..Laughlin,
and Andrew S. Jackson…………………………………………………………………………….610

Accuracy and Feasibility of Video Analysis for Assessing Hamstring
Flexibility and Validity of the Sit-and-Reach Test
Constance M. Mier. ……………………………………………………………………………….. 617

Motor Behavior
Decreasing the Proportion of Self-Control Trials During  the Acquisition Period Does Not Compromise the Learning Advantages in a Self­ Controlled Context
.Jae T  Patterson, Michael Carter, and Elizabeth Sanli…………………………………………..624

Decreasing Internal Focus of Attention Improves Postural Control
During Quiet Standing in Young Healthy Adults
Gilel Nafati and Nicolas Vuillerme…………………………………: ………………………….. 634

Comparison of Dynamic Visual Acuity Between Water PoloPlayers and Sedentary Students
Lluisa  Quevedo-Junyent,Jose Antonio Aznar-Casanova, Dolores Merindano-
Encina, Genis Cardona, and Joan Solii-Fot6……………………………………………………..644

Attentional Focus and Control  Parameter: Effect on Throwing
Pattern  and Performance
Dan Southard………………………………………………………………………………………652

Physiology
The Relationship Among HRpeak,  RERpeak, and V02peak During Treadmill Testing in Girls
Karissa Peyer; James M. Pivarnik, and Dawn Podulka Coe…………………………………….685

Interleukin-6 and Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness Do Not Vary During the Menstrual  Cycle
Morgan E. Chaffin, KrisE. Berg, Jessica R Meendering, Tamm L. Llewellyn,
Jeffrey A. French, and jeremy E. Davis……………………………………………………………693

Psychology

Kids Speak: Prefened Parental  Behavior at Youth Sport Events
]ens Omli and Diane M. Wiese-Bjornstal………………………………………………………….702

Effects of Acute Exercise on Long-Term Memory
Jeffrey D. Labban and jennifer L. Etnier…………………………………………………………..712
Coach Autonomy Support, Basic Need Satisfaction, and Intrinsic
Motivation ofParalympic Athletes
Hailey R Banach, Catherine M. Sabiston, and Gordon A. Bloom…………………………….722

The Role of Sport as a Social Status Determinant for Children: Thirty Years Later
Melissa A. Chase and Moe Machida……………………………………………………………….731
Sociocultural Foundations

Some Empirical  Notes on the Epo Epidemic in Professional Cycling
Hein F M. Lodewijkx and Bram Brouwer………………………………………………………….740
“It’s Cheesy When They Smile:” What Girls Prefer in Images of Female
College Athletes
Vikki Krane, Sally R Ross, Montana Miller, Kristy Ganoe, Cathryn Lucas-Carr;
and Katie Sullivan Barak…………………………………………………………………………… 755
A Pictorial View of the Physical Activity Socialization ofYoung
Adolescents  Outside  of School
Michael W  Beets, Jorge A. Banda, Heather E. Erwin, and Aaron Beighle……………………769

Research  Notes
Identification of Accelerometer Nonwear Time and Sedentary Behavior
Melody Oliver; Hannah M. Badland, Grant M. Schofield, and Janine Shepherd…………..779

Quantity and Quality of Practice: Intenelationships Between Task
Organization and Student Skill Level in Physical Education
Peter A. Hastie, Antonio Calderon, Jose Palao, and Enrique Ortega ……………………….784

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