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Biomechanics: Analyzing Human Movement By Dr. Tony Kemerly
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This text is designed to aid an individual in gaining recognition of the nuances of human movement. By learning to analyze human movement, they will gain insight into improving human performance,... More > sport technique, and injury prevention.< Less
Quantitative Exposure Assessment By Stephen Rappaport, Lawrence Kupper
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Long-term exposures to toxic chemicals can pose risks to human health. In order to properly assess and minimize such risks, it is necessary to measure chemical levels in the air or other... More > environmental media. Since exposure levels vary across groups, between persons (in a given group), and within persons (over time), appropriate statistical analysis of exposure data typically requires the use of linear mixed effects models. This book applies such statistical models to exposure data, with emphasis upon airborne chemical exposures in the workplace and in the ambient environment.< Less
Hurry Up and Wait By James Pollard
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To those it touches and their carers, Huntington’s Disease presents an ongoing series of challenges to accommodate its changes in thinking. "Hurry up and Wait!" is a set of exercises... More > to simulate the cognitive difficulties faced by those with HD, a collection of tips to accommodate them in your home or care home, a strategy to develop new approaches to solving care problems and commentary on common problems faced by family carers and those they love.< Less
Nyansapo: Scientific Problem Solving and Decision Making for Everyone By Gary Booker, Violet Akech
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This book covers the method of scientific investigation. It is intended for K-12 students, university students, working professionals and citizen scientists. It focuses on choosing a problem to... More > investigate, conducting background research, formulating a hypothesis, designing an experiment, analyzing your results, and forming conclusions. It gives multiple examples on how science can be used to acquire new information, create new products, and to debunk myths. Gary Booker is an Educator in Atlanta, Georgia with many years of experience in the environmental sciences & civil engineering in a QA role. Violet Akech is a Botanist in Kampala, Uganda with experience in multiple biodiversity conservation projects.< Less