Integration of exercise sciences research: Achieving a balance between reductionist versus integrative approaches

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Title: Integration of exercise sciences research: Achieving a balance between reductionist versus integrative approaches
Author: Booth, Frank W., Ph. D.
Keywords: Researchers against Inactivity-related Diseases
Sedentary Death Syndrome
Date: 2000-09
Abstract: This presentation argues that exercise sciences will badly miss achieving a balance between reductionistic versus integrative approaches under the current NIH plan to reorganize NIH study sections. NIH wants to score exercise grants in multiple study sections whose mentality does not appreciate the balance between reductionism and integration in exercise to score exercise grants against grants better appreciated by the group dynamics of that study section.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/10358

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