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Reaction time/movement time enhancement of neuropsychological assessment

Equal Time: Television and the Civil Rights Movement

Redeeming Time: Protestantism and Chicago's Eight-Hour Movement, 1866–1912

Movement preparation in Parkinson's disease Time course and distribution of movement-related potentials in a movement precueing task

‘Motor-driven metaphysics’: movement, time and action in the films of Maya Deren

Evaluation of Movement Speed and Reaction Time as Predictors of All-Cause Mortality in Men

Time-lapse observation of rat periodontal ligament during function and tooth movement, using microcomputed tomography

Fifty years ahead of its time? The provident dispensaries movement in Manchester, 1871–85

0334 Reaction Time Tasks with Low-cost, General-purpose, Coin-size Movement Sensor

William A. Mirola. Redeeming Time: Protestantism and Chicago’s Eight-Hour Movement, 1866–1912.

Fish movement vectors and the temperature gradient: A geometric analysis method for the depth–temperature time series from data storage tags

Third-Country Nationals, European Union Citizenship, and Free Movement of Persons: A Time for Bridges rather than Divisions

320 Time-movement and tissue Doppler imaging timing parameters of ventricular desynchronization in patients with dilated cardiomyopathy

Tooth movement and changes in periodontal tissue in response to orthodontic force in rats vary depending on the time of day the force is applied

In vitro measurement of orthodontic tooth movement in rats given β-aminopropionitrile or hydrocortisone using a time-lapse videotape recorder

A39-5 Time-movement and tissue doppler imaging timing parameters of ventricular desynchronization in patients with dilated cardiomyopathy

Getting Paid While Taking Time: The Women's Movement and the Development of Paid Family Leave Policies in the United States


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The time that it takes to complete the movements of a particular action, from its initiation to its termination. See also response time.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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