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    Document name: INTERNET WED, 30 NOV 1994 10:57:37 -0600 (CS
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    Attached msg: Sources of Winter's EMG standards publication

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    Thank you very much to all the nice people who replied to my request
    for assistance in getting David Winter's (1980) "Units, terms and stan-
    dards in the reporting of EMG data". Following are two replies listing
    sources of this document.
    Rachel Torba-Grage
    LSUMC Orthopedics
    (504)568-4680, tel.
    (504)568-4466, FAX

    Dr. Torba-Grage
    I do know where you can find this reference, and it is free (Well
    it used to be). It is located in Appendix B of a text produced by the
    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Center for Disease Control.
    The text is called Selected Topics in Surface EMG for use in the
    Occupational Setting: Expert Perspectives. Editor is G.L. Soderberg it
    is a March 1992 edition. I used it for an EMG class I was teaching. You
    can get the manual by calling the NIOSH publication office
    513-533-8287. The publication number on my text is 91-100.

    See where this gets you.
    Andy Butler Tel: 319-335-9488
    The University of Iowa Fax: 319-335-6966
    Department of Exercise Science e:mail:
    The publication you are seeking was reprinted as Appendix C in :
    Dainty, D.A. & Norman, R.W. (eds) Standardizing Biomechanical Testing
    in Sport. Human Kinetics, 1987, pp.109-130.
    This book is still available from Human Kinetics, ISBN0-87322-074-9
    Larry Abraham, EdD
    Kinesiology and Health Education
    The University of Texas at Austin
    Austin, TX 78712 USA