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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
An Alternative Method for Treating Exertional Heat Stroke: Tarp Assisted Cooling2019Adams, William M. FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Are mechanics different between male and female runners with patellofemoral pain?2012Witvrouw, Erik E.StudentECU
Are mechanics different between male and female runners with patellofemoral pain?2012Manal, Kurt T.StudentECU
Are mechanics different between male and female runners with patellofemoral pain?2012Davis, Irene S.StudentECU
Are mechanics different between male and female runners with patellofemoral pain?2012Willy, Richard W.StudentECU
Bilateral isokinetic peak torque, torque acceleration energy, power, and work relationships ...1987Perrin, David H.FacultyOffice of the Provost, UNCG
Cyclic variations in multiplanar knee laxity influence landing biomechanics.2012Schmitz, Randy J.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Cyclic variations in multiplanar knee laxity influence landing biomechanics.2012Shultz, Sandra J.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Cyclic variations in multiplanar knee laxity influence landing biomechanics.2012Dudley, William N.FacultyHealth and Human Sciences, UNCG
Cyclic variations in multiplanar knee laxity influence landing biomechanics.2012Nguyen, Anh DungFacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Development of a preliminary rehabilitation adherence measure for athletic training2008Granquist, Megan D.StudentKinesiology, UNCG
Organization and Execution of On-site Health Care During Mass Participation Events2018Adams, William M. FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Outcomes of a peer assessment/feedback training program in an undergraduate sports medicine ...2010Marty, Melissa CatherineStudentKinesiology, UNCG
Perceived barriers to physical activity across Norwegian adult age groups, gender, and stage...2008Gill, Diane L.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Return-to-Activity Following Exertional Heat Stroke2018Adams, William M. FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Tarp-assisted cooling as a method of whole-body cooling in hyperthermic individuals2017Adams, William M. FacultyKinesiology, UNCG