The effects of caloric restriction on the travel and manipulation components of human motion
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Travel times increase significantly during food restriction under both conditions of pacing.
No significant change in manipulation times attributable to food restriction is evident under either condition of pacing.
A significant work decrement is apparent only in manipulation movevements under maximum pacing.
Work decrements do not change significantly as a function of nutritional deficit for either motion component.
KeywordsTravel Time Caloric Restriction Food Restriction Human Motion Control Period
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