UW-Madison KINES 100 - Research and It's Methods (2 pages)

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Lecture number:
2
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Course:
Kines 100 - Exercise, Nutrition, and Health
Edition:
1

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Kines 100 Exercise Nutrition and Health Last Lecture s Outline Lecture 1 1 Nutrients and their functions 2 States of Nutrients 3 Dietary guidelines Foods and Nutrients to Increase Lecture 2 Current Outline 1 Role of Research Objectives Research Models Importance of research 2 The nature of evidence Research methods Current Lecture Lecture 2 Role of research Objective 1 emphasize research evidence underlying the principles associated with exercise nutrition and health Objective 2 enhance your ability to become a critical consumer Research is the foundation Bass and Varrett Scientific investigation leads to major advances new medication Personal experience is biased barnum effect misleading conclusions drawn from personal experience distinguish between association verses causation to dispel myths research models nomothetic model test groups of people ideographic model test one individual over a period of time Why research is important critical analysis is an important part of taking charge of your own health separating hype from research doesn t work for everyone Not all science is sound science biases inaccurate results Consumers challenge read evaluate the evidence accept reject Be a critical conusmer Nature of the Evidence comes from personal experience testimonies scientific research Consider who the participants are is it generalizable and what type of study was conducted Research methods Lab experiment tightly controlled Clinical trials randomly assigns people with drug and placebo research groups to test out hypothesis Women s Health Inititative epidemiology research observational study field study ex Framingham heart study Research generates new knowledge to solve greater world problems



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