KNES469: Research Methods in Exercise Science

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Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine more information

“This authoritative, comprehensive, and extensive four-volume work …covers [topics that] range from the physical and psychological needs of athletes young and old to the diagnosis and treatment of various health conditions related to sports medicine. Entries vary in length and depth. A highlight of this encyclopedia is the extensive collection of step-by-step instructions and images that illustrate a variety of taping and bracing techniques used in sports medicine.”
 
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The largest sports medicine organization in the world, ASCM is committed to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of sports-related injuries and the advancement of the science of exercise.

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KNES469: Research Methods in Exercise Science / Albert S. Cook Library
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Last revised: February 24, 2014