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Research Methods in Kinesiology-GSU

Research Methods in Kinesiology-GSU

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    This custom ebook includes chapters from Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science and Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Research Methods in Kinesiology (KINS 3130) at Georgia Southern University.

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    Custom ebook for students taking the course Research Methods in Kinesiology (KINS 3130) at Georgia Southern University.
    The Need for Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    The Process of Evidence-Based Practice
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Philosophy, Science, and Evidence-Based Practice
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Sources of Evidence
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Reading and Interpreting Research Evidence
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Developing a Question
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Searching for Evidence
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Evaluating the Evidence
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Incorporating Evidence Into Practice
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Confirming the Evidence in the Individual
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Reevaluating the Evidence
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Exercise Prescription
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Exercise for Special Populations
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Nutrition and Supplementation
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Exercise Devices, Equipment, and Apparel
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Disseminating and Sharing Knowledge
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    The Future of Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise Science

    Qualitative Studies
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training

    Research Ethics
    From Evidence-Based Practice in Athletic Training
     
    William E. Amonette, PhD, is an assistant professor and director of the exercise and health sciences program in the department of clinical health and applied sciences at the University of Houston–Clear Lake. Prior to becoming an academician, Amonette served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Chinese national basketball team at the Beijing Olympic Training Center. He was also previously the assistant strength and conditioning coach and rehabilitation coordinator for the NBA’s Houston Rockets; an astronaut strength, conditioning, and rehabilitation specialist; an exercise physiologist; and an integrated testing specialist for the Countermeasures Evaluation and Validation Project for Wyle Laboratories at NASA–Johnson Space Center.

    Amonette earned his PhD in rehabilitation sciences, with a research emphasis in clinical exercise physiology, at the University of Texas Medical Branch. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, an associate editor for the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, and an ad hoc peer-reviewer for many scientific journals related to exercise and sport science.

    Amonette’s research interests include physiological and mechanical predictors of sports performance and injury. He also has clinical research interest in neuroendocrine and metabolic responses to exercise in patients with traumatic brain injuries and the effect of novel exercise interventions on rehabilitation outcomes in people with disabilities. He has published numerous scientific and academic peer-reviewed journal articles, reports, and book chapters and has presented his work nationally and internationally.

    Kirk L. English, PhD, is a senior scientist with JES Tech LLC. He is a NASA contractor and works in the Exercise Physiology and Countermeasures Laboratory at NASA–Johnson Space Center. He is also a research scientist in the department of nutrition and metabolism at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) and an adjunct professor at the University of Houston–Clear Lake, where he teaches a graduate course.

    English, who is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, American College of Sports Medicine, and American Physiological Society, received his PhD in rehabilitation sciences from UTMB. During his graduate studies, he was awarded a competitive three-year NASA/Texas Space Grant Consortium graduate fellowship. English has published numerous peer-reviewed articles, technical reports, conference abstracts, and book chapters on exercise, nutrition, aging, spaceflight, and evidence-based practice in the field of exercise science.

    In his work with NASA, English’s research focuses on the prevention of spaceflight-induced decreases in skeletal muscle mass, strength, and performance. His work includes the development and validation of novel exercise protocols and hardware that are used both on the ground and during spaceflight. He also conducts all pre- and post-flight strength testing of American, European, Canadian, and Japanese International Space Station crewmembers and serves as the liaison and subject matter expert on this topic to NASA’s international partners.

    William J. Kraemer, PhD, is a full professor in the department of human sciences at The Ohio State University. He has also held full professorships at the University of Connecticut, Ball State University, and The Pennsylvania State University, including each medical school. Dr. Kraemer is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), and the American College of Nutrition. Among his professional achievements, he is a recipient of the NSCA’s Lifetime Achievement Award. He is editor in chief of the NSCA’s Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, an editor of the European Journal of Applied Physiology, and an associate editor of the Journal of the American College of Nutrition. He holds many other editorial board positions in the field. Kraemer has published more than 450 peer-reviewed papers in scientific literature and has published 12 books. He received the 2014 Expertscape Award, which named him the nation’s top expert in resistance training research over the past 10 years. With almost 40,000 citations on Harzing’s Publish or Perish lists, his scholarly impact is impressive.

    Scot Raab, PhD, is an assistant professor in the athletic training education program at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Raab earned his PhD in teaching and administration and has more than 20 years of experience in clinical practice, higher education instruction, and methodological review to contribute to EBP education. He teaches several research courses and mentors undergraduate and graduate students in research projects.

    Debbie Craig, PhD, is the director of the athletic training education program in the department of physical therapy and athletic training and a professor at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. With more than a decade of clinical practice in athletic training and a PhD in educational leadership, Craig is an authority in EBP and research protocols. She teaches EBP to graduate students and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.

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