4 edition of An experimental study of physical conditioning for asthmatic children found in the catalog.
An experimental study of physical conditioning for asthmatic children
Written in English
|Statement||by Janice Carrie Franklin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 136 leaves|
|Number of Pages||136|
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Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xiii. PDF. Introduction. Introduction. Application of Conditioning Procedures in the Study of Aging. James R. Whitman, Clinton C. Brown, W. Horsley Gantt Pages Conditioning as a Cause of Asthmatic Attacks; A Laboratory Study.
Egbart Dekker, Henk E. Pelser, Juda Groen. Pages The. Variable airway function is a central feature of the asthmatic condition. Thus, habitually active asthmatics are certain to exercise under conditions of variable airway (dys)function.
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of variable pre-exercise airway function on ventilation during whole-body exercise in asthmatic by: Personality factors and bronchial asthma These results are somewhat similar to the findings of Neuhaus .
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Community Wood smoke Exposure and Health Measures in Asthmatic Children. Noonan, C (PI), Laskin JJ. (Co-investigator). Submitted in response to a call from the National Institute of Environmental Health Studies (RFA-ES) submitted December, resubmitted September (5 years, $2, Funded July The effect of physical conditioning upon asthmatic children Annals of Allergy 30 2 Svenonius,E.; Kautto,R.; Arborelius,M.,Jr Improvement after training of children with exercise-induced asthma Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica 72 1 Swann IL; Hanson CA Double-blind prospective study of the effect of physical training on.
To meet the purpose of the study, both the experimental and waitlisted control group subjects were assessed at baseline (pretest), after six weeks (midtest) and twelve weeks (posttest) accordingly.
The “Board of Studies,” Department of Physical Education, Visva-Bharati University, went through the whole procedure of this study and forwarded Cited by: 9. () The effect of operant conditioning of the frontalis muscle on the peak respiratory flow in asthmatic children.
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According to SLT, aggressive behaviours are learned through reinforcement (rewards) and the imitation of aggressive ‘models’ (Bandura, ). Purpose Variable airway function is a central feature of the asthmatic condition.
Thus, habitually active asthmatics are certain to exercise under conditions of variable airway (dys)function. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of variable preexercise airway function on ventilation during whole-body exercise in asthmatic adults.
A study conducted by American and German researchers published in the March issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology concluded that a variation, or polymorphism, on the interleukin (IL) gene was found to be correlated with total serum immunoglobulin-E (IgE) levels in a large group of children in Arizona and Germany.
Assessment is a process that continues throughout behavior therapy and after it ends. Measurement of change as it relates to achieving goals is a continuing part of behavior therapy and functional analysis.
The detailed approach to assessment as it relates to progress toward goals. Conditioning Techniques in Clinical Practice and Research. Authors: Alexander, Leo Application of Conditioning Procedures in the Study of Aging. Pages Preview Buy Chap19 € Conditioning as a Cause of Asthmatic Attacks; A Laboratory Study.
Pages Dekker, Egbart, M.D. (et al.) Preview Buy Chap A major tradition in the study of behavior, differing in concepts and methods from the clinical dynamic tradition, can be subsumed under the general term by: 1. "Promoting physical activity and a healthful diet among children: results of a school-based intervention study." Am J Public Health 81(8): Slusser, W., C.
Neumann, et al. "Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Salad Bar Program in the Los Angeles School District.". This study looks at the relationship between upper and lower airway conditioning in children diagnosed with moderate to severe mite-related rhinitis.
By taking two spirometric readings, one at 25% and then 75% (FEF25%%) the clinical team demonstrated that a simple reading of pulmonary volume can be an early warning marker for asthma.Growth hormone (GH) and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS) secretion decline with advancing age and are associated with the symptoms of aging.
Yogic texts claimed that regular practice of yoga may restore and maintain general endocrinological properties in the human body. Objective of the Study. To observe the effect of yogic training for twelve weeks on basal level of GH and DHEAS in Cited by: 9.Chronic skin ulcers and respiratory irritation in a year-old handyman.
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