|Present||Associate Professor; Health, Recreation, and Community Services, University of Northern Iowa ‐ Department of Health, Recreation, and Community Services|
|Murdoch University, University of Northern Iowa ‐ External Funding|
Mark Hecimovich, PhD, ATC
University of Northern Iowa
Human Performance Center 3
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0244
Office: HPC 3
Phone: (319) 273-6477
Individual Differences in Short-Term Anticipation Training for High-Speed Interceptive Skill
Journal of Motor Learning and Development (2017)
Training studies in a variety of domains focus on between-group comparisons. This study investigated individual differences in learning based upon ...
Development and psychometric evaluation of scales to measure professional confidence ...
BMC Research Notes (2014)
Background: Health professionals in athletic training, chiropractic, osteopathy, and physiotherapy fields, require high-level knowledge and skills in their assessment and ...
Simulated learning in musculoskeletal assessment and rehabilitation education: comparing the ...
BMC Medical Education (2014)
Background: Musculoskeletal disorders and diseases are leading causes of pain, physical disability, and doctor visits throughout the world. Health professionals ...
Effect of Clinician Feedback Versus Video Self-Assessment in 5th-Year Chiropractic ...
The Journal of Chiropractic Education (2010)
Purpose: To compare the effect of two learning opportunities, clinician feedback and video self-assessment, on 5th-year chiropractic students’ patient communication ...
Learning style changes in chiropractic students moving from academic learning ...
International journal of social health information management (2009)
The transition period from basic science studies to full-time clinical studies, including the internship or preceptorship, is often a difficult ...