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effect of induced muscular tension upon various phases of the learning process
James C. Stauffacher
Written in English
|Statement||by James C. Stauffacher.|
|LC Classifications||LB1051 .S7122|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 29 l.|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||74187344|
Calcium. Lack of calcium, and to some degree magnesium, in the diet reduces the "slide back" of the muscle fibres (in the relaxation phase of contraction), after they slide together during of the muscle fibres "lock" in the contracted position, causing chronic muscle tension in all your muscles (throughout the body).; Caffeine. Study was designed as a further test of the effect of: induced muscle tension (IMT) on the efficiency of acquisition of verbal material; IMT during training on the retention of verbal material; and IMT during recall on the recall of verbal material. (Authors/CB)Cited by: 3.
Factors Affecting Human Muscle Tension Factors affecting development of muscle muscle tension: 1. Frequency of stimulation 2. Number of motor units recruited 3. Degree of muscle . Stress-induced muscle tension: Symptoms and practical solutions For a long time it was thought that stress was only a psychological condition, fruit of our mind and limited to it. Now we know that the consequences of stress are not limited to the emotional level but also have an impact at a physical level.
The current study is noteworthy in that an enhanced effect of protein feeding during late exercise recovery was induced by a longer time under muscle tension rather than intensity‐independent contraction volume, which we have previously examined (Burd et al. a).Cited by: Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
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The results extend past findings that muscle tension induced after learning modulates memory consolidation, extending findings in elders to suggest that a simple form of isometric exercise can have practical effects, such as aiding memory for stories and by: The effect of accessory stimulation upon tachistoscopic perception of geometric figures was studied.
In Exp. I 32 Ss were tested on two successive days in a complete factorial design (Subjects × Treatments) in which degree of induced muscle tension (IMT) and level of task difficulty were IMT level of ½ of maximum resulted in significantly (p Cited by: EFFECTS OF INDUCED MUSCULAR TENSION ON PERFORMANCE AND THE INVERTED U FUNCTION.
WOOD CG Jr, HOKANSON JE. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms. Electrocardiography* Heart* Heart Rate* Humans; Learning* Models, Theoretical* Muscle Contraction* Muscle Tonus* Psychophysiology*Cited by: occurs when the frequency of muscle contraction is such that the maximal force is tension is generated without any relaxation of the muscle.
Key Terms tetanus: When the frequency of muscle contraction is such that the maximal force is tension is generated without any relaxation of the muscle. This investigation examined the effects of physical exercise on muscle tension and subsequent muscle relaxation training.
Twenty college students participated in the first phase of the study, which included a minute EMG baseline, 30 minutes of pedalling on a bicycle ergometer, followed by EMG measurements on the frontalis muscle for up to 3 hours after the end of by: 6.
Purpose. To assess the effect of exercise-induced muscle damage on muscle hardness and evaluate the relationship between muscle hardness and muscle damage indicators. Methods. Seven men (mean years; cm; kg) performed the single-leg ankle plantar flexion exercise involving both concentric and eccentric contractions (10 sets of 40 repetitions).Cited by: Training-induced changes in muscle architecture and specific tension mine specific tension.
Muscle volumes, ACSA, PCSA, tive effect on the force-generating properties of the. Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE. By the end of this section, you will be able to: Detail the process of exercise-induced muscle damage; Key Takeaways Key Points. The elongation of a muscle while under tension due to an opposing force being greater than the force generated by the muscle.
Effects of power training on muscle structure and neuromuscular performance H. Kyro¨la¨inen 1, neuromuscular performance induced by 15 weeks of power training with explosive muscle actions. Twenty-three sub- characterized by a lower volume and muscle time under tension in comparison with strength by: 9 Types of Muscle Tension Caused By Trapped Emotions.
According to a study conducted inmillion Americans (%) suffer from chronic pain every day and % suffer from severe levels of pain. This single study reveals a grim reality: so many of us are suffering from muscle tension on a daily basis. Surely there must be a better way.
Effects of Fatigue on Ability to Process Visual Information by Experienced Orienteers Show all authors. Influence of different types of physical fatigue on a visual detection task.
The effect of induced muscular tension upon various phases of the learning by: menstrual cycles. The muscular strength were determined during the menstruation, follicular, ovulation and luteal phases of their cycle. The body weight in the luteal and menstruation phase were higher than follicular and ovulation phase.
Both muscular strength (grip strength and back lift strength) were significantly lower in the menstrua. Start studying Chapter 9: Skeletal Muscle Tissue Learning objectives & Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. fore and after the muscular fatigue, which was induced through localized exercises of the fibularis up to the exhaustion.
The re-sults have shown a significant increase in the time of the muscu-lar reaction after the fatigue (p rehabilitation process, there must.
Exercise-induced muscle damage (EIMD) is a commonly experienced phenomenon, yet its effect on the human response to dynamic exercise is poorly understood. Therefore the intention of this thesis was to provide empirical evidence to advance the scientific knowledge and understanding of the phenomenon of EIMD; principally by investigating.
Mental activity and the muscular process, Psychol. Rev. 38,; The vacilitative and inhibitory effects of muscular tension upon performance, this JOURNAL, 45,1 J.
Stauffacher, The effect of induced muscular tension upon various phases of the learning process, J. Exper. Psychol., 21,12F. Courts. The continuously falling tension during fatigue is accompanied by a gradual decrease in stiffness, while equilibrium length has a lowered but rather constant value in different stages of fatigue.
Increase in extra‐tension after partial restitution is due to a higher dynamic shortening, stiffness still being essentially lower than in the Cited by: Training-induced changes in muscle architecture & specific tension.
The effects of three different regimes and the nature of the resultant changes These data indicate that a moderate but. Arousing events are better remembered than mundane events. Indeed, manipulation of arousal, such as by muscle tension, can influence memory even when it occurs shortly after learning.
Indeed, our founding study showed this approach can raise delayed memory performance in older adults to a level comparable to that of unaided young adults. Yet, systematic studies, especially those investigating Cited by: Five men underwent unilateral resistance training of elbow extensor (triceps brachii) muscles for 16 weeks.
Before and after training, muscle layer thickness and fascicle angles of the long head of the triceps muscle were measured in vivo using B-mode ultrasound, and fascicle lengths were estimated. Series anatomical cross-sectional areas (ACSA) of the triceps brachii muscle were Cited by:.
Start studying PhysioEX Exercise 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Relaxation phase - the time from peak muscle contraction to end of muscle contraction.
At 50 stimuli/sec, the force generated is in a state called unfused tetanus, the muscle tension increase and decrease at different values.dium, a muscle relaxant that affects the flux of from the SR, had only a lim- ited effect in preventing exercise-induced injury (Bigard et al., ).
Calpain, a non-lysosomal, calcium-activated neutral protease located at the I and Z regions of skeletal muscle, is suggested to play a role in the muscle damage process (Belcastro et al., ).File Size: 1MB.inflected function of the amount of induced muscular tension.
There were 60 Ss who served in a counter balanced design, and the same tension values were used as in the rotary pursuit study. More recently Adams (l) published a study of the effects of experimentally-induced muscular tension on the acquisition of a psychomotor response.