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A library resource guide for the Johnson University Kinesiology EXCS 2100 class.
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Online Catalog Search

Look for print books in the online catalog.  Try searching the following subject headings:

  • kinesiology
  • human mechanics
  • motor ability
  • human locomotion

Search results will yield print books, ebooks, and multimedia such as video recordings and sound recordings.


Selective Print Books

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Biomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement - David A. Winter; Winter
Call Number: QP303 .W59 2009
ISBN: 9780470398180
Publication Date: 2009-10-12

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Introduction to Kinesiology - Shirl J. Hoffman (Editor)
Call Number: Oversize QP303 .I53 2013
ISBN: 9781450434324
Publication Date: 2013-03-11

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Neuromechanics of Human Movement - Roger M. Enoka
Call Number: Oversize QP303 .E56 2008
ISBN: 9780736066792
Publication Date: 2008-06-27

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Sports Science - Simon P.R. Jenkins
Call Number: Ref GV558 .J46 2005 v.1 and Ref GV558 .J46 2005 v.2
ISBN: 0906522366
Publication Date: 2005-07-01

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  • Clinical Kinesiology and Anatomy
    Emphasis on clinical insights and functional connections. This edition is suitable for a clinical kinesiology course to help students analyze the mobility of specific joints in various activities of daily living. The chapters describe the various body systems, terminology, and biomechanical principles.
  • Fundamentals of Motor Control
    Motor control is a relatively young field of research exploring how the nervous system produces purposeful, coordinated movements in its interaction with the body and the environment through conscious and unsconscious thought. This book covers all the major perspectives in motor control, with a balanced approach.
  • The Hidden Mechanics of Exercise
    The Hidden Mechanics of Exercise reveals the microworld of the body in motion, from motor proteins that produce force to enzymes that extract energy from food, and tackles questions athletes ask: What should we ingest before and during a race? How does a hard workout trigger changes in our muscles? Why does exercise make us feel good?

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