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    by Cunningham, Merce
    Published 1991
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    by Getz, Leslie
    Published 1995
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    by Layton, Irving, 1912-2006
    Published 1978
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    by Penrod, James
    Published 1998
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    by Burt, Ramsay, 1953-
    Published 1995
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    Published 1927
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    by Fonteyn, Margot Dame, 1919-
    Published 1979
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    by Lawson, Joan
    Published 1975
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    by Kent Harrison, Mary, 1915-1983
    Published 1988
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    “…Student dancers had the highest incidence (14%), followed by amateur dancers (7.5%), while professional dancers had the lowest incidence (4.6%). …”
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    “…The objective of this study was to assess the prevalence of joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS) amongst a cohort of jazz dancers, by analyzing its presence in accordance with a number of diagnostic criteria, and to verify potential risk factors for joint hypermobility in jazz dancers. …”
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    by Marinberg, Niv, Aviv, Vered
    Published 2019
    “…Dancers often perform while synchronizing their movements to music, as required by the choreographer. …”
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    “…For many everyday sensorimotor tasks, trained dancers have been found to exhibit distinct and sometimes superior (more stable or robust) patterns of behavior compared to non-dancers. …”
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    “…The objective of the study was to assess the sacculocollic and otolith ocular pathway function using cervical vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (cVEMP) and ocular vestibular myogenic potentials (oVEMP) in dancers and non dancers. Total 16 subjects participated in the study. …”
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    “…The aim of the study was to compare balance of ballet dancers and non-dancers in a unipedal stance under different conditions. …”
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    “…The main purpose of this study was to investigate whether visual restriction impacts older dancers and non-dancers differently during a quiet stance balance performance test. …”
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    “…Twenty dancers and 16 non-dancers performed a dynamic postural tracking task in both antero-posterior and side-to-side directions, while standing on a force platform. …”
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    “…Besides, amateur dancers displayed higher abilities of the visual motor imagery and the kinesthetic imagery, but comparable visual imagery ability as the non-dancers. …”
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