KIN 321 KIN 321. Theory of Human Performance. 3 Hours.
Designed for applied movement science, health education, and kinesiology majors. Examines foundational knowledge of theories of human performance and development and the concomitant changes that occur during an individuals lifespan. Explores interactive theories of the associated physiological, biomechanical, and cognitive disciplines that explain the control systems of the human body while in motion and subsequent development. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.