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REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Sensory Input for Perceived Exertion
Integration of Multiple Sensory Inputs
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Analysis of Variance Astrand and Rodahl baseline intensity Baseline Workloads bicycle ergometer Borg Cafarelli cardiac frequency catecholamine central cues changes in exercise changes in workload comparison correlations crimination Workloads cues during exercise cycling differential discrimination workloads Ekblom and Goldbarg epinephrine exer exercise intensity exercise stress factors fatigue female subjects Gamberale groups heart rate high intensity condition increase initial and final input for perceived kpm decrease lactate concentration Linderholm male subjects maximal aerobic power Means and Standard Mihevic Morgan and Pollock muscle Nideffer norepinephrine overall perceived exertion overall ratings oxygen oxygen consumption Pandolf perception of effort perceptual cue perceptual exponent perceptual ratings perceptual responses proprioceptive psychometric psychophysical ratings of perceived relationship Repeated Measures Analysis reported RPE scale RPE values sensations sensory cues sensory input significant significantly higher Skinner somatic perception Standard Deviations submaximal suggest tion treadmill variables Variance for Initial ventilation ventilatory women workload changes