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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 25 more valid than the VertecĀ® (Leard et al., 2007). The gold standard for vertical jump measurement was a 3-camera motion analysis system (Peak Motion Analysis System, Vicon Peak, Centennial, CO). The Just...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 26 Chapter 3 Methodology This chapter describes the participants involved in the study, the measurement instruments used, the procedures followed, the study design, and the statistical analysis that was used...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 27 Inter-tester reliability was also crucial for reliability and validity of the test. Each tester waited for the participant to get into their running position and hold that position without moving for two...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 30 Chapter 4 Results The hypothesis stated that there would be a moderate negative correlation between declarative acceleration knowledge and 10-yd sprint time. Participants in the study were 25 male athletes...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 32 Chapter 5 Discussion The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between acceleration sprint knowledge and 10-yd sprint speed. It is hypothesized that a moderate, negative relationship exists...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 33 reasonable to conclude that there is a significant relationship between knowledge and sprint speed when age and vertical jump are controlled. The effect size (Cohen, 1988) suggests that knowledge assessment...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 34 knowledge leads to better acceleration sprint performance. However, uncontrollable circumstances made this study design unattainable. Another point to consider is that the study participant who scored the...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 37 Hunter, J. P., Marshall, R. N., & McNair, P. J. (2005). Relationships between ground reaction force impulse and kinematics of sprint-running acceleration. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 21(1),...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 38 Masters, R. W. (1992). Knowledge, knerves and know-how: The role of explicit versus implicit knowledge in the breakdown of a complex motor skill under pressure. British Journal of Psychology, 83(3),...
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    • 6 collegiate sports and enjoys working with younger athletes as they develop their skills. She has watched young female students struggle with self-esteem for many years. She has also seen them develop self-esteem through participation in sports...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 57 POSSIBLE RISKS: As with all studies and/or procedures, this study has potential risks. Though minimized, possible risks that may result from participation include: Possible injury in performing the 10-yd...
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    • 23 recreation in the way of dancing, concerts, theatres and other social pastimes under the supervision of the teachers. Each class has an opportunity every year to give a dancing party for the purpose of raising funds for the class treasury....

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