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Lecture #1: Science and Exercise Physiology V. Katch - University of Michigan Science and Exercise Physiology “How You Know you Know?”
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Lecture #1: Science and Exercise Physiology V. Katch - University of Michigan What is Knowledge? Many meanings to many people Most accepted definition= Confirmed theory
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Lecture #1: Science and Exercise Physiology V. Katch - University of Michigan Methods of Acquiring Knowledge 1. Method of authority - established beliefs Biased – Parental influence 1. A Priori method – intuition ( before the fact ) Inductive reasoning 1. Personal experience – personal testimony Generalized intuitions (deductive reasoning) 1. Method of science - controlled observations Randomness interferes with deduction, First three are unreliable
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Lecture #1: Science and Exercise Physiology V. Katch - University of Michigan Science Method Purpose of Science is to: Develop testable theories
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Lecture #1: Science and Exercise Physiology V. Katch - University of Michigan General Goals of Science
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course MOVESCI 111 taught by Professor Danek during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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