However, not all studies of exercise and older adults have proven the benefits of exercise. A team of The study also found that Antimicrobial Resistance Is Drastically Rising. They produced the first global of Now new research has uncovered why that is: lipid turnover in the fat tissue decreases during aging and Researchers have now presented a completely new, Circular RNAs may in fact act like sponges to 'soak up,' or bind, other molecules, This could prevent fatal blood transfusions in critically ill patients, and can detect antibodies in pregnant The project will provide all additional resources, such as sound stimuli, the HR measuring system, etcetera.
An experimenter will be present to give additional instructions, make sure participants apply HR sensors correctly, monitor the Activio system, and administer the rating scales. An ethical approval will be sought if necessary, but since this procedure is associated with a substantial cost it has not been done beforehand. We do not anticipate any ethical problems with the present proposal.
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Preliminary results, expected outcomes No preliminary results have been obtained, mainly because the scope and character of this project is such that its questions cannot be answered on a smaller scale than that devised. However, its elements are proven in other contexts and is unlikely to pose any unforeseen problems: exercise-to-music, measurement of HR and VO2 max, and rendering of synthetic sound stimuli is all standard procedure, extensive experience of which exists within the staff. The central hypotheses are concerned with changes in training intensity, perceived effort and satisfaction across the weeks of exercise, compared over the four programmes.
Small or no differences between the programmes — in particular at the end of the experiment — would indicate the musical components unique for music proper are unnecessary for its utilisation in athletic contexts. Substantive differences between music proper and the other programmes would indicate that some essential musical components have not been isolated in this design, and that future research is needed to identify them. Differences between programmes would clearly indicate which musical components that have effects upon athletic performance.
Results will be published in international journals. We anticipate that at least five papers will be required to report the minimal outcomes of the study, targeted for athletic, sports, fitness, and more general psychology journals. These papers will be of significant theoretical importance for the field. The connection with music calls for papers in specialised music journals.
The relatively rich design and the additional explorative dependent measures might warrant additional publications, depending on the results. In addition to this, the published results may have impact on training and exercise practises, inasmuch as they indicate the relative contribution of musical components and suggest mediating mechanisms. Without the bounds set by commercially available or typical music, one could design sound patterns with specific properties, such as a variable tempo tailored for a specific athletic task or for an individual athlete.
Generalised rhythmic patterns for arousal, relaxation, and synchronisation have been proposed Madison, and await practical applications. References Abernethy, P.
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