Browse Philosophische Fakultät by Dewey Decimal Classification

Browse Philosophische Fakultät by Dewey Decimal Classification

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  • Müller, Katharina F.; Briel, Matthias; Strech, Daniel; Meerpohl, Jörg J.; Lang, Britta; Motschall, Edith; Gloy, Viktoria; Lamontagne, Francois; Bassler, Dirk (San Francisco : Public Library of Science, 2014)
    Background: Systematic reviews of preclinical studies, in vivo animal experiments in particular, can influence clinical research and thus even clinical care. Dissemination bias, selective dissemination of positive or ...
  • Heinen, T.; Koschnick, J.; Schmidt-Maaß, D.; Vinken, P.M. (Warsaw : Institute of Sport, 2014)
    In synchronized trampolining, two gymnasts perform the same routine at the same time. While trained gymnasts are thought to coordinate their own movements with the movements of another gymnast by detecting relevant movement ...
  • Eigendorf, Julian; May, Marcus; Friedrich, Jan; Engeli, Stefan; Maassen, Norbert; Gros, Gerolf; Meissner, Joachim D. (Lausanne : Frontiers Media S.A., 2018)
    We present here a longitudinal study determining the effects of two 3 week-periods of high intensity high volume interval training (HIHVT) (90 intervals of 6 s cycling at 250% maximum power, Pmax/24 s) on a cycle ergometer. ...
  • Kaye, Jane; Hurles, Matthew; Griffin, Heather; Grewal, Jasjote; Bobrow, Martin; Timpson, Nic; Smee, Carol; Bolton, Patrick; Durbin, Richard; Dyke, Stephanie; Fitzpatrick, David; Kennedy, Karen; Kent, Alastair; Muddyman, Dawn; Muntoni, Francesco; Raymond, Lucy F.; Semple, Robert; Spector, Tim (London : Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
    Recent advances in sequencing technology allow data on the human genome to be generated more quickly and in greater detail than ever before. Such detail includes findings that may be of significance to the health of the ...
  • Effenberg, Alfred O.; Fehse, Ursula; Weber, Andreas (Les Ulis : EDP Sciences, 2011)
    Processes of motor control and learning in sports as well as in motor rehabilitation are based on perceptual functions and emergent motor representations. Here a new method of movement sonification is described which is ...
  • Schmitz, Gerd; Mohammadi, Bahram; Hammer, Anke; Heldmann, Marcus; Samii, Amir; Münte, Thomas F.; Effenberg, Alfred O. (London : BioMed Central Ltd., 2013)
    Background: Producing sounds by a musical instrument can lead to audiomotor coupling, i.e. the joint activation of the auditory and motor system, even when only one modality is probed. The sonification of otherwise mute ...

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