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Immediate and follow up effects of cold on performance time and its components reaction time and movement time



Immediate and follow up effects of cold on performance time and its components reaction time and movement time



Perceptual and Motor Skills 50(2): 667-675



Male college athletes (27) were randomly assigned to an ice, placebo or control treatment group to assess the effects of exposure to cold on reaction time (RT), movement time and total performance time. The task required reacting to a light stimulus and completing a movement of 18 in. (45.75 cm) with the dominant hand and arm. Ice-treatment subjects showed increases in RT, movement time and performance time in the immediate post-treatment testing.

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