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ERIC Number: ED156654
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978
Pages: 509
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Mechanical Kinesiology.
Barham, Jerry N.
Mechanical kinesiology is defined as a study of the mechanical factors affecting human movement, i.e., applying the physical laws of mechanics to the study of human motor behavior. This textbook on the subject is divided into thirty lessons. Each lesson is organized into three parts: a part on the text proper; a part entitled "study guidelines," which includes behavioral objectives, summaries, and applications of the concepts and principles presented in the text; and finally a self-evaluation test, which students can use to measure their progress toward meeting the lesson objectives. Photographs and illustrative drawings accompany each lesson. (JD)
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Identifiers: Mechanical Kinesiology