lab3Lifting - Lab 3: Lifting, Perceived Effort, and Rapid...

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Lab 3: Lifting, Perceived Effort, and Rapid Assessments Please write/paste in all of your answers into this document. The instructions are in the other document called “Instructions for Lab 3.doc” Group Number: Group 2 Group Members: Razan Abuhannoud, Yi Ting Chung, Kim Sisneros, Chris Scott, Josh Witlach, and Geoffrey Fisher Special thanks to Sandra Gaines, Kimberly Sisneros, and Arturo Watlington for their Massive Role
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Part 1: Looking at your data! In one or two paragraphs, describe what went on in your groups. Talk about your participant selection, how you collected data (physical measures), and how you conducted the actual experiment. Our group chose one boy and one girl to complete the lifting task in order to have variety in our data. Subject 1 describes himself as an active and fairly athletic individual. Subject 2 describes herself as an active and fairly athletic individual, playing soccer twice a week. Neither participant reported any issues that might pose a risk in performing the experiment. Caffeine
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course EIN 4243C taught by Professor Andrzejczak during the Spring '12 term at University of Central Florida.

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