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Concept Design to Develop the e-Learning Contents for Effective Anti-doping Education Using Kansei Parameters
2011 / IEEE / 978-1-4577-1356-9
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Concept Design to Develop the e-Learning Contents for Effective Anti-doping Education Using Kansei Parameters ' Doping is not only the problem in sport, particularly the Olympic Games, but is also a social problem of the illegal or improper use of the drug. Dark of this problem is that it is possible to buy drugs, for example anabolic steroids, stimulants and hormone drugs used as a doping drug in sport, easily using an internet without a diagnosis and prescription by a medical doctor. On the other hand, in looking at the sport field again, this field can still not stop the development of the new doping drug. Furthermore, here are now signs of gene doping. We must take measures against the drug problem including doping. The purpose of this study was to examine the concept design of e-learning contents for effective Anti-doping education. For this purpose, several systems for verifying the effect of the contents using the physiological parameters were set up. The experiment was done with projecting some e-learning content in front screen using a video projector. During the experiment, several physiological parameters for each subject were measured. From physiological parameters, especially the skin potential reflex (SPR), recorded during an experiment, it was concluded that Anti-doping education is more effective if intermittent strong impact pictures, images and videos are used.
Skin Potential Reflex
Computer Aided Instruction