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These characteristics were also rated on their trainability in performers.
Some section topics include the physiologic bases of physical performance in view of growth and development, the epidemiology of injuries and their prevention and treatment, and trainability and the consequences of a high level of physical activity during childhood and adolescence for future health.
military, which subjected all draftees to the newly invented IQ test during WWI, preceded the civil service in mental testing and remains devoted to the Armed Forces Qualification Test, having accumulated abundant data showing that IQ is one of the best predictors of both trainability and performance.
The Distinction Between Stable and Dynamic Cross-Cultural Competencies: Implications for Expatriate Trainability," Journal of International Business Studies 30, 1999, 709-725.
Despite these limitations, this study has demonstrated the trainability of octogenarians and provides support for health promotion aimed at re-activating very old individuals.
Colour Sgt Davies added, 'They are trainability tests, not intelligence tests.
Despite experts in the area of PTSD addressing and dispelling myths regarding PE (Feeny, Hembree, & Zoellner, 2003) and evidence verifying the trainability and acceptability of PE to treatment providers (Foa et al.
Puppies often go through critical learning periods and what the breeder or owner does or does not do can affect trainability for the rest of their lives.
The following parameters will be discussed and illustrated: sports performance comparisons by age; respiratory, cardiovascular, strength and body composition changes with aging; trainability of the older athlete and how training can delay decline in exercise performance.
The AFQT is a general measure of trainability in the military and is a primary criterion for enlistment eligibility.
5-12) However, trainability of exercise, that is whether exercise at the AT point improves physical endurance or not, has been illusive in children with CP.
Advancement via the older seniority-based nenko system now relies on co-operativeness, trainability and work motivation (Kumazawa and Yamada 1989: 115) and while the economic crisis of the 1990s did not lead to North American-scale lay-offs, shifts of core workers to suppliers have occurred and employment has become less secure.