Kinesiology, Movement in the Context of Activity, 2nd Edition


2nd Edition Movement in the Context of Activity

By David Paul Greene, PhD, MS, OTR, Colorado State Univeirsity, Fort Collins, CO and Susan L. Roberts, MDiv, OTR, Changes Occupational Therapy, New York, NY

Section I: Multidisciplinary Basis for the Understanding of Human Movement
1. Biomechanics, Kinesiology, and Occupational Therapy: A Good Fit
2. The Study of Human Movement: Concepts from Related Fields
3. Gravity: A Constant Force
4. Linear Force and Motion
5. Rotary Force, Torque, and Motion

Section II: Basic Concepts Applied to Musculoskeletal Regions
6. The Head and Torso
7. The Proximal Upper Extremity
8. The Distal Upper Extremity
9. The Lower Extremity

A. English to Metric Conversions
B. Body Segment Parameters
C. Solutions to Chapter Applications
D. Review of Mathematics
E. Trigonometric Functions
F. Commonly Used Formulas in Biomechanics
G. Biomechanical Analysis of Function
H. Synopsis of Characters
I. Overview of Muscle Anatomy
J. Working Models of the Finger and Hand
K. Learning Objectives
L. Laboratory Activities

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