Functional Movement Development Across the Life Span (2 SUB)

Functional Movement Development Across the Life Span (2 SUB)

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  • 言語 ENG,ENG
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Table of Contents

Unit I Definition of Functional Movement
Functional Independence: A Lifelong Goal 3 (16)
Function 4 (8)
Physical Function 12 (4)
Summary 16 (3)
Theories Affecting Development 19 (32)
Human Development 19 (8)
Theoretical Assumptions 27 (2)
Life-Span Theories of Development 29 (5)
Theories of Child Development 34 (6)
Theories of Adult Development 40 (1)
Theories of Aging 41 (6)
Summary 47 (4)
Motor Development and Motor Control 51 (35)
Motor Development 51 (10)
Motor Control 61 (12)
Functional Implications 73 (9)
Summary 82 (4)
Motor Learning and Motor Control 86 (32)
Susan V. Duff
Lori Quinn
Motor Control Concepts Associated with 87 (7)
Learning
Neural Plasticity 94 (1)
Stages of Motor Learning 95 (3)
Motor Learning 98 (14)
Summary 112(6)
Evaluation of Function 118(23)
Characteristics 119(7)
Survey of Measurement Instruments 126(8)
Summary 134(7)
Unit II Body Systems Contributing to Functional
Movement
Skeletal System Changes 141(30)
Components of the Skeletal System 142(14)
Skeletal System Development 156(8)
Functional Implications of Skeletal System 164(4)
Changes
Summary 168(3)
Muscle System Changes 171(30)
Suzanne ``Tink'' Martin
Patricia A. Wilder
Organization of Mature Skeletal Muscle 171(7)
Skeletal Muscle Development 178(11)
Functional Implications 189(7)
Summary 196(5)
Cardiovascular and Pulmonary System Changes 201(32)
Components of the Cardiovascular and 201(12)
Pulmonary Systems
Development of the Cardiovascular and 213(16)
Pulmonary Systems Across the Life Span
Functional Implications of Changes in the 229(1)
Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Systems
Summary 230(3)
Nervous System Changes 233(54)
Components of the Nervous System 234(18)
Communication Within the Nervous System 252(4)
Adaptation of the Nervous System 256(2)
Summary of Structure and Function 258(1)
Life-Span Changes 258(15)
Functional Implications 273(7)
Summary 280(7)
Sensory System Changes 287(40)
Characteristics of Sensory Systems 288(11)
Life-Span Changes 299(14)
Functional Implications 313(6)
Summary 319(8)
Unit III Functional Movement Outcomes
Vital Functions 327(40)
Endocrine System 328(7)
Life-Span Changes of Vital Functions 335(24)
Interrelationships Between Functions 359(4)
Summary 363(4)
Posture and Balance 367(36)
Models of Postural Organization 367(2)
Types of Postural Control and Balance 369(2)
Components of a Postural Control System 371(4)
Neural Basis for Postural control and 375(7)
Balance
Assessment of Posture and Balance 382(1)
Posture and Balance Across the Life Span 383(16)
Summary 399(4)
Locomotion 403(25)
Donna J. Cech
Patricia A. Wilder
Clinical Research on Locomotion 404(1)
Locomotion Patterns Across the Life Span 405(18)
Body System Interactions Related to 423(2)
Locomotion
Summary 425(3)
Prehension 428(38)
Susan V. Duff
Components of Prehension 428(12)
Prehension Development Across the Life Span 440(20)
Summary 460(6)
Health and Fitness 466(27)
Health and Fitness 466(2)
Components of Fitness 468(1)
Factors Influencing Health and Fitness 468(3)
Perception---How Fit Are We? 471(3)
Body Systems Involved in Fitness 474(8)
Developmental Changes Produced by Exercise 482(7)
and Fitness
Summary 489(4)
Index 493