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|Description:||2010 volume contains 1,100 entries on "social, political, economical, and cultural theory of sport, as well as entries relating to exercise, preparation, and performance psychology, and key scientific terms," and more.|
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|Description:||Designed for the layperson, this 2011 guide outlines "concussive brain injury, its symptoms, its potential long-term effects, and the current prevention options. Equally important, it provides insights into how this injury is treated and what parents and athletes can do to facilitate recovery." You may preview the contents.|
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|Description:||2010 guide to hundreds of sports injuries and treatments. Here is an outline of the contents.|
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|Producer:||Oxford University Press / Oxford Reference Online|
|Description:||Third edition (2006) contains nearly 8,000 entries on major areas of sports science and medicine including anatomy, biomechanics, exercise physiology, nutrition, sports psychology, sports sociology, sports injuries, and training principles.|
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