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MVS 110: Lecture #12 How We Know We Know? Understand What is knowledge a testable theory, independent variable vs dependent variable Different methods of acquiring knowledge Method of Science Facts, laws, theories Empirical v theoretical research
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MVS 110: Lecture #12 Origins of Exericse Physiology/ Kinesiology Pre-Post Galen Early years in Europe Early U.S. experience Austin Flint George Wells Fitz The Hitchcock’s Harvard and the Harvard Fatigue Lab Influence from other countries U.M. Experience Important names to remember
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MVS 110: Lecture #12 Professional Exercise Physiology What is Kinesiology Discipline-Subject matter content Profession- Professional exercise physiologist Certification/License ACSM Job market Education
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MVS 110: Lecture #12 Measurement of Human Energy Transfer Heat of combustion What is a calorie Bomb calorimeter Atwater factors-indirectly Measuring human kCal production Indirect v direct calorimetry RQ-RER(Respiratory VO2 --> kCal conversion
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