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Unformatted text preview: sychophysical effects of music in sport and exercise: an update on theory, research and application. In: 2006 Joint Conference of the Austral [2] Skatssoon, Judy. "Music Gives Athletes the Edge." ABC Science Online . 19 Sept. 2006. Web. 17 Mar. 2010. <http://www.abc.n [3] The Effects of Music on Athletic Performance . Biology 202 Web Paper 3 . 9 May 2008. Web. 17 Mar. 2010. <http://ser Mark Einsiedel Literature Review I firmly believe I trust that you do, but remember, in the sciences people want to think you operate without specific bias. Of course, everyone has a bias, but to state it emphatically might make your readers assume you wont play fair. Try to avoid repetition Well, I think you can say came to conclusion in the work, but he was just reiterating it in the interview. How about express the view that The current construction of this sentence means you have a lot of commas and a lot of that clauses. Consider revising. Well, it is only one article so calling it overwhelming seems like overdoing it Citeincidentally, these get page numbers or paragraph numbers. connotations? More info available? Page? Need to explain? How does that compare to pumping you up? Citation? Citation? Citations? Is this apples and apples as a comparison? Im not sure you ought to be adding new ideas at the endthis is better served by conclusion information. that listening to music while playing basketball can provide a performance boost. Several works have already been published analyzing the effects of music on sport and exercise. I believe that through research, I will be able to show significant proof that music can in fact increase work output and performance in athletes by allowing them to relieve stress and get pumped up. One of the leading researchers on the topic of my research I trust that you do, but remember, in the sciences people want to think you operate without specific bias. Of course, everyone has a bias, but to state it emphatically might make your readers assume you wont play fair. Try to avoid repetition Well, I think you can say came to conclusion in the work, but he was just reiterating it in the interview. How about express the view that The current construction of this sentence means you have a lot of commas and a lot of that clauses. Consider revising. Well, it is only one article so calling it overwhelming seems like overdoing it Citeincidentally, these get page numbers or paragraph numbers. connotations? More info available? Page? Need to explain? How does that compare to pumping you up? Citation? Citation? Citations? Is this apples and apples as a comparison? Im not sure you ought to be adding new ideas at the endthis is better served by conclusion information. is Dr. Costas Karageorghis. Both his work, Psychophysical effects of music in sport and exercise: an update on theory, research and application , and his interview with SpikesMag came to the conclusionI trust that you do, but remember, in the sciences people want to think you operate without specific bias. Of trust that you do, but remember, in the sciences people want to think you operate without specific bias....
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