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Research Methods in Biomechanics Hardcover – Apr 21 2004


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A must have Sept. 1 2012
By Dima - Published on Amazon.com
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A must have for those starting in biomechanics. It's simplified and a bit more "user friendly" version of Dave Winter's book, which is like a bible for a biomechanist. Dave Winter's book is very condensed and at times hard to understand and figure out. Current book achieves that successfully. Dave Winter's book requires substantial knowledge of the concepts, it's great for a quick look up, provided that you have a substantial knowledge of the field. The current book is great for beginners.
Great book! Oct. 12 2013
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Outstanding compilation of methods for research and clinical use of biomechanics methods. Must read for students and clinicians who are willing to use biomechanics methods in their daily practice.


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