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A study of yoga and concentration
Academic Therapy
Format: Journal Article
Publication Year: 1979
Pages: 341-345
Library/Archive: (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved
Sources ID: 21161
Visibility: Private
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Studied the different effects of yoga and psychomotor activity on a coding task, with 34 children referred to a learning center as Ss. They received a baseline period, a control period involving a fine motor task, an experimental treatment, another control period, a treatment reversal, and a control period. The results indicate that order of treatment had no effect on the results. Furthermore, coding scores in the 2nd half of the experiment were higher than those in the 1st half. There was no difference in the effect on performance of yoga and gross motor activities. Irrespective of which treatment was given, scores after treatment were significantly higher than those during the control periods. There are implications for physical education programming in elementary schools.

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