The Department of Health and Human Performance held its Graduate Student Research Day on April 2nd, 2013 in Rm 205 Garrison. Nine students from various graduate degree programs in HHP presented their research on this occasion.
Hawley Kunz answers a question from the audience at GSRD 2013
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Below is a listing of grad students and their presentation topics in order of presentation.
|Raul Amador||The effects of reduced sensation and altered proprioception on rate of loading|
|Matthew Cross||Feeding style differences in food parenting practices associated with fruit and vegetable intake in children from low-income families|
|David Temple||Tibialis anterior vibration and its effects on balance during perturbations|
|Wen-hao Chou||Color and brand management: an examination of spectators' color preference|
|Stefan Madansingh||Design and validation of Vicon Bonita motion capture system for use on the ESA short-radius human centrifuge in Cologne, Germany|
|Erica Soltero||The impact of home availability on the fruit & vegetable consumption in low-income minorities|
|Douglass Diak||Reducing tumor burden in a mouse model of exercise|
|Hawley Kunz||The effects of exercise intensity on antimicrobial protein secretion|