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Other titlesExperimental observations of members of the International College of Applied Kinesiology, Annual meeting of the International College of Applied Kinesiology, Proceedings of the International College of Applied Kinesiology annual meeting
StatementInternational College of Applied Kinesiology-USA ; publications staff, Terry K. Underwood, Jennifer J. Palmer, Andria Dibbern.
ContributionsUnderwood, Terry K., Palmer, Jennifer J., Dibbern, Andria., International College of Applied Kinesiology--USA.
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Number of Pages1998
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Finally, if your observations suggest any changes to the protocol or a follow-up experiment that might be pertinent, be sure to write that down at the end of your entry so you can reference it in the background of the next experimental entry. This book was prepared primarily for the use of US Government officials, and the format, coverage, and content were designed to meet their spe-cific requirements.

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