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Dr. Debbie RoseA Psychometric Evaluation of the MultiSystems Balance ScaleInvestigate the reliability and predictive validity of the MSBS in identifying older adults at risk for falls.drose@fullerton.edu
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Dr. Derek PamukoffEvaluation of cartilage strain after anterior cruciate ligament reconstructionTo (1) compare femoral cartilage strain using ultrasound imaging in individuals with unilateral ACL reconstruction (2) to examine the association between walking patterns and the magnitude of cartilage strain in the ACL-reconstructed limb-History of anterior crucriate ligament injury and reconstruction; at least 6 months post-reconstruction and cleared for physical activity by a physician; no history of re-injury or contralateral ACL injurydpamukoff@fullerton.edu
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Peter Mitchell (Advisor: Pamukoff)Femoral cartilage characteristics in recreational and collegiate runnersThis study will compare ultrasound measures of femoral cartilage size and quality between recreational and collegiate runners. We will also examine the association between running patterns and femoral cartilage size/quality. Collegiate runners: currently competing for an intercollegiate team in distance running. Recreational runners: run for exercise at least 3 times per week for 30 minutes or more. Control participants: exercise (but not run) for at least 3 times per week for 30 minutes or morepkmitchell@csu.fullerton.edu
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Ciara Gonzales (Advisor: Pamukoff)Functional movement screen scores in indiviudals with and without ACL reconstructionThis study will compare functional movement screen scores betwen those with and without a history of ACL reconstruction; and assess the relationship between functional movement screen scores and landing patterns that are indicative of secondary injury risk. -History of anterior crucriate ligament injury and reconstruction; at least 6 months post-reconstruction and cleared for physical activity by a physician; no history of re-injury or contralateral ACL injury, no knowledge of functional movement screen; Control participants: recreationally active (exercise for 3 times per week for 3 minutes or more), no history of lower extremity surgery or fracture, no current lower extremity injury, no knowledge of functional movement screen. ciaraelena95@csu.fullerton.edu
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Dr. Do Kyeong Leethe role of physical activity in infants during 1st year of life To understand how overweight status affects daily physical activity during the 1st year of life.Click here to participatedolee@fullerton.edu
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Raquel Castilo (Advisor: Lee)Tummy Time To determine effects of Tummy Time practice on motor & cogntive development, and growth.rmariecastillo@csu.fullerton.edu
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Dr. Andy GalpinIntermittent Fasting & Muscle Hypertrophy In Well-Trained Men and WomenTo investigate how and if intermittent fasting (only eating during an 8 hr window each day) influence the ability to grow muscle or changes the gut microbiome during 8 weeks of strength training. Click here to participatechpacheco@Fullerton.edu
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Jason BennettEmployment Characteristics of Athletic Trainers in California Secondary Schoolsto investigate the employment characteristics of athletic trainers in CA high schools and to determine if there is a difference in job management (e.g., hiring, evaluation, team physician utilization, etc.) based on employment model.Visit KHS 229 or contact via emailjabennett@fullerton.edu
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Paloma Pallante (Advisor: Daniela Rubin)Nutritional Habits of Female Athletes During the Premenstrual PhaseTo determine if female collegiate athletes' nutritional habits differs during the premenstrual phase when compared to the mid proliferative phase of the menstrual cycle.
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Rachel Ruggieri (Advisor: Pablo Costa)Effects of a Vibrating Foam Roller on Ipsilateral and Contralateral Neuromuscular Function, and the Hamstrings-to-Quadriceps Ratios To examine the effects of vibration foam rolling on hamstrings ROM, H:Q ratios, muscle activation, and PTResistance-trained women, ages 18-30.rachelruggieri@csu.fullerton.edu
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Richelle Acain (Advisor: Joao Barros)The Differences in the Effects of Social-Comparative Feedback in Children and AdultsTo investigate whether the effects of social comparative feedback is different in children and adults. Participant must be 18+, no prior experience in sports that involve kicking (ie. Soccer), and free from musculoskeletal injuries or sensory motor/ cognitive impairments.rich.acain@csu.fullerton.edu
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