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Effects of a golf swing intervention on senior golfers’ ball striking and motivation to play golf
(International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 2018-04)
Several golf swing movements have been correlated with the production of club speed in skilled golfers. However, less skilled golfers, such as senior golfers, may not be capable of many of those movements. One golf ...
Should Exercise Be Prescribed Differently Between Women and Men? An Emphasis on Women Diagnosed With Parkinson's Disease
(Frontiers in Physiology, 2018-08)
This article was published with the support of the Texas Woman's University Libraries' Open Access Fund.
Racial/ethnic differences in HIV testing: An application of the health services utilization model
(SAGE Open Medicine, 2018-06)
This study applying the health services utilization model examined the importance of predisposing, enabling, and need variables to the social mechanisms explaining lifetime HIV testing across racial/ethnic groups. Data ...
Resistance training is associated with higher bone mineral density among young adult male distance runners independent of physiological factors
(Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 2018)
Low bone mineral density (BMD) in male distance runners is common and could be modulated by a host of biomarkers involved in the dynamic balance of bone tissue. In contrast, resistance training can increase BMD; however, ...
Genetic Mutations in the S-loop of Human Glutathione Synthetase: Links Between Substrate Binding, Active Site Structure and Allostery
The second step in the biosynthesis of the cellular antioxidant glutathione (GSH) is catalyzed by human glutathione synthetase (hGS), a negatively cooperative homodimer. Patients with mutations in hGS have been reported ...
Project INDEX: Increase Discoverability of Expertise
Presentation to the School of Occupational Therapy faculty explaining the Project INDEX pilot and the faculty assisted submission process.
(Information Today, 2018-06)
Do you live in a democracy? Do you work in a democracy? These are not rhetorical questions, but serious ones that we should all take some time to think through. As information professionals, our commitment to the free ...
Breaking free of curricular confines: Seeking new opportunities to teach critical media literacy in the era of “fake news”
The recent rise in “fake news” has brought renewed attention to developing students’ critical thinking and media literacy skills. Librarians, as both experts in the pedagogy of information literacy and as curricular outsiders ...
Can sensory gallery guides for children with sensory processing challenges improve their museum experience?
(Journal of Museum Education, 2018-01-26)
Children routinely visit art museums as part of their educational experience and family time, many of them having special needs. The number of children diagnosed with autism and sensory processing disorders is increasing. ...
I “art” libraries: Exhibiting 101
Art is essential for expressing a community’s cultural identity and promoting the growth of ideas. Libraries can leverage local resources to provide patrons with access to quality art experiences and services. Embrace your ...