Recent Submissions

  • Movies, positive psychology and body resilience: Overcoming for happiness

    Fortunato, Ivan; Schwartz, Gisele Maria Autor UNESP (Psicologia em Estudo, 2019) [Artigo]
    This paper deals with an investigation centered on the human relationship with the movies, from a Positive Psychology point of view, which focuses on the promotion of values and well-being. This search emerges from the ...
  • Effects of acute physical exercise and television viewing on mood in older active women

    Christofoletti, Ana Elisa Messetti Autor UNESP; Sebastião, Emerson; Ueno, Deisy Terumi Autor UNESP; Bonolo, Angélica Autor UNESP; Deutsch, Silvia Autor UNESP; Nakamura, Priscila Missaki Autor UNESP (Motriz. Revista de Educacao Fisica, 2019) [Artigo]
    Aim: Due to the increased prevalence of mood disorders and the detrimental effects of sedentary behavior on health, a better understanding of the association between physical exercise (PE), TV viewing and mood in older ...
  • Modernity and the regulation of bodies: Elias meets Foucault

    Martins, Carlos José Autor UNESP; Jiménez Muñoz, Jorge Andrés Autor UNESP (Motriz. Revista de Educacao Fisica, 2019) [Resenha]
    Aims: This article seeks to reflect on the possibility of a meeting ground where Michel Foucault and Norbert Elias’ thought comes together around the issue of the regulation of drives and bodily practices within modernity. ...
  • Usual walking and obstacle avoidance are influenced by depressive and anxiety symptoms in patients with Parkinson's disease

    Nóbrega-Sousa, Priscila Autor UNESP; Orcioli-Silva, Diego Autor UNESP; Lirani-Silva, Ellen Autor UNESP; Beretta, Victor Spiandor Autor UNESP; Vitório, Rodrigo Autor UNESP; Gobbi, Lilian Teresa Bucken Autor UNESP (Geriatrics and Gerontology International, 2019) [Artigo]
    Aim: The aim of the present study was to analyze the association of depressive and anxiety symptoms with usual walking and obstacle avoidance in patients with Parkinson's disease. Methods: Patients were divided into three ...
  • Can off-training physical behaviors influence recovery in athletes? A scoping review

    Izzicupo, Pascal; Di Baldassarre, Angela; Ghinassi, Barbara; Reichert, Felipe Fossati; Kokubun, Eduardo Autor UNESP; Nakamura, Fábio Yuzo (Frontiers in Physiology, 2019) [Resenha]
    Recently, the attention on recovery in sport increased enormously although there is lack of scientific evidence on the role of lifestyle in terms of movement [i.e., physical behaviors (PBs)], apart from sleep. Few studies ...
  • A comprehensive description of sitting time in Brazilian adults: a population-based study

    Sebastião, Emerson; Andrade, Flávia C. D.; Papini, Camila B.; Nakamura, Priscila M. Autor UNESP; Kokubun, Eduardo Autor UNESP; Gobbi, Sebastião Autor UNESP (Journal of Public Health (Germany), 2019) [Artigo]
    Aim: There is limited data from population-based studies addressing sedentary behavior in developing countries such as Brazil. This study provides a comprehensive description of sitting time in adults living in a mid-size ...
  • The Dual-Tasking Overload on Functional Mobility Is Related to Specific Cognitive Domains in Different Subtypes of Parkinson's Disease

    Pereira, Marcelo Pinto Autor UNESP; Batistela, Rosangela Alice Autor UNESP; Rocha Dos Santos, Paulo Cezar; Simieli, Lucas Autor UNESP; Gobbi, Lilian Teresa Bucken Autor UNESP (Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, 2019) [Artigo]
    To investigate the role of different cognitive domains on the dual-tasking overload during functional mobility in Parkinson's disease subtypes. Methods: Eleven tremor-dominant and 15 akinetic-rigid participants performed ...
  • Electromyographic evaluation of trunk core muscles during Pilates exercise on different supporting bases

    Panhan, Ana C.; Gonçalves, Mauro Autor UNESP; Eltz, Giovana D. Autor UNESP; Villalba, Marina M. Autor UNESP; Cardozo, Adalgiso C. Autor UNESP; Bérzin, Fausto (Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 2019) [Artigo]
    Objective: To evaluate the electromyographic (EMG) activity of the rectus abdominis (RA) and internal oblique (IO) muscles during Pilates exercise on different trunk supporting bases. Methods: Sixteen female Pilates ...
  • Assessment of critical velocity in track and treadmill: Physiological profiles and relationship with 3000-meter performance

    Massini, Danilo Alexandre Autor UNESP; Caritá, Renato Aparecido Autor UNESP; Siqueira, Leandro Oliveira da Cruz Autor UNESP; Simionato, Astor Reis Autor UNESP; Denadai, Benedito Sérgio Autor UNESP; Filho, Dalton Muller Pessôa Autor UNESP (Revista Brasileira de Cineantropometria e Desempenho Humano, 2018) [Artigo]
    The present study aiming to verify the interference of different conditions (treadmill vs. track) on critical velocity (CV) values, as well as on the correlation to the 3000-meter performance (v3000m), and thus infer about ...
  • Utility of center of pressure measures during obstacle crossing in prediction of fall risk in people with Parkinson's disease

    Conceição, Núbia Ribeiro da Autor UNESP; Nóbrega de Sousa, Priscila Autor UNESP; Pereira, Marcelo Pinto Autor UNESP; Gobbi, Lilian Teresa Bucken Autor UNESP; Vitório, Rodrigo Autor UNESP (Human Movement Science, 2019) [Artigo]
    Introduction: Postural instability during walking and tripping over obstacles are the main causes of falls in people with Parkinson's disease (PD). Preliminary limited evidence suggests that the length of the prospective ...
  • Correlation between eccentric training and functional tests in subjects with reconstructed ACL

    Santos, Heleodório Honorato; Sousa, Catarina de Oliveira; Medeiros, Christiane Lanatovitz Prado; Barela, José Angelo Autor UNESP; Barela, Ana Maria Forti; Salvini, Tania de Fatima (Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte, 2018) [Artigo]
    Introduction: Eccentric training and jump tests are widely used to recover and measure deficits in knee strength and functionality after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. Objective: To correlate knee extension ...
  • Effects of Senior Dance practice on the functional aspects of adults and the elderly

    De Paula Venancio, Reisa Cristiane Autor UNESP; do Carmo, Elisangela Gisele Autor UNESP; De Paula, Luana Vanessa; Schwartz, Gisele Maria Autor UNESP; Riani Costa, José Luiz Autor UNESP (Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 2018) [Trabalho apresentado em evento]
    This study aimed to identify and analyze the effects of Senior Dance practice on adults and elderly people. This is a descriptive, retrospective study that used the methodology of Systematic Review. Data collection occurred ...
  • Assessment of the handwriting quality: An instrument for the brazilian educational context

    Milani, Adriane Guzman Pasculli Autor UNESP; Hiraga, Cynthia Yukiko Autor UNESP; Pellegrini, Ana Maria Autor UNESP (Handwriting and Dysgrafia: Relation and Assessment, 2018) [Capítulo de livro]
    Handwriting is a complex skill exclusive to the human being. It is indispensable for the individual to integrate and adapt to our social environment. It is a complex skill that involves a combination of perceptual, motor, ...
  • Muscle fatigue does not change the effects on lower limbs strength caused by aging and Parkinson’s disease

    Pereira, Vinicius Alota Ignacio Autor UNESP; Barbieri, Fabio Augusto Autor UNESP; Zagatto, Alessandro Moura Autor UNESP; Dos Santos, Paulo Cezar Rocha Autor UNESP; Simieli, Lucas Autor UNESP; Barbieri, Ricardo Augusto; Carpes, Felipe Pivetta; Gobbi, Lilian Teresa Bucken Autor UNESP (Aging and Disease, 2018) [Artigo]
    The aim of this study was to determine the impact of aging and Parkinson’s disease (PD) on lower limb muscle strength before and after muscle fatigue. One hundred thirty-five individuals were distributed over seven groups ...
  • Postural control after unexpected external perturbation: Effects of Parkinson's disease subtype

    Beretta, Victor Spiandor Autor UNESP; Vitório, Rodrigo Autor UNESP; Santos, Paulo Cezar Rocha dos Autor UNESP; Orcioli-Silva, Diego Autor UNESP; Gobbi, Lilian Teresa Bucken Autor UNESP (Human Movement Science, 2019) [Artigo]
    Different clinical subtypes of Parkinson's disease (PD) have long been recognized. Recent studies have focused on two PD subtypes: Postural Instability and Gait Difficulty (PIGD) and Tremor Dominant (TD). PIGD patients ...
  • Barriers for physical activity in Primary Health Care

    Gomes, Grace Angélica de Oliveira; Papini, Camila Bosquiero; Nakamura, Priscila Missaki Autor UNESP; Teixeira, Inaian Pignatti Autor UNESP; Kokubun, Eduardo Autor UNESP (Revista Brasileira de Ciencias do Esporte, 2019) [Artigo]
    The objective of the study was to compare the barriers to physical activity (PA) between women participants and nonparticipants of an exercise program in Primary Health Care. Cross‐sectional study carried out in areas ...
  • The effects of habitual footwear in gait outcomes in people with Parkinson's disease

    Pereira, Marcelo Pinto Autor UNESP; Orcioli-Silva, Diego Autor UNESP; de Sousa, Priscila Nóbrega Autor UNESP; Beretta, Victor Spiandor Autor UNESP; Gobbi, Lilian Teresa Bucken Autor UNESP (Gait and Posture, 2019) [Artigo]
    Background: Gait is impaired in individuals with Parkinson's disease (PD). Although the effect of habitual footwear on gait spatiotemporal parameters has already been established in neurologically healthy individuals, its ...
  • Sport sciences research and Olympic host countries

    Franchini, Emerson; Kokubun, Eduardo Autor UNESP (Sport Sciences for Health, 2019) [Artigo]
  • Relationships of the expertise level of taekwondo athletes with electromyographic, kinematic and ground reaction force performance indicators during the dollyo chagui kick

    Sarmet Moreira, Pedro Vieira Autor UNESP; Franchini, Emerson; Fernandes Ervilha, Ulysses; Goethel, Márcio Fagundes Autor UNESP; Cardozo, Adalgiso Coscrato Autor UNESP; Gonçalves, Mauro Autor UNESP (Archives of Budo, 2018) [Artigo]
    Background and Study Aim: Taekwondo is an Olympic combat sport in which the outcome of the match is determined by points scored by kicking. By the competition rules, the roundhouse kick directed to the head (dollyo chagui) ...
  • Can postural control asymmetry predict falls in people with Parkinson's disease?

    Beretta, Victor Spiandor Autor UNESP; Barbieri, Fabio Augusto Autor UNESP; Orcioli-Silva, Diego Autor UNESP; Dos Santos, Paulo Cezar Rocha; Simieli, Lucas Autor UNESP; Vitorio, Rodrigo Autor UNESP; Gobbi, Lilian Teresa Bucken Autor UNESP (Motor Control, 2018) [Artigo]
    This study aimed to determine the relationship between postural asymmetry and falls in Parkinson's disease (PD). In total, 28 patients with PD were included. Postural control was analyzed in bipedal, tandem, and unipedal ...

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