MOTL

AcronymDefinition
MOTLMistake on the Lake
MOTLMicrowave and Optical Technology Letters (journal)
MOTLMore on This Later (Internet slang)
MOTLMagic Online Trading League
MOTLMy One True Love
MOTLMontessori on the Lake (Lake Forest, CA)
MOTLMasters of the Lightsabre (Jedi Knight clan)
MOTLManufacturing Operations Team Leader
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Possible uses for the facility, detailed in Motl's application, include private events, seasonal pop-ups and storage for local restaurants or other businesses, Johnsen said.
the CFTFG) with people who are in a similar situation, and with whom one can share one's experiences and feelings, seems to promote the idea of exercise as a pleasurable activity and encourage participation over time (Gobbi and Carraro, 2016; Kasser, 2009; Motl et al., 2009).
Some researchers have suggested that personality may also be involved in the manner of answering regular and reversed items in the same test (DiStefano & Motl, 2009; Horan et al., 2003).
Motl, "Investigating the minimal important difference in ambulation in multiple sclerosis: A disconnect between performance-based and patient-reported outcomes?" Journal of the Neurological Sciences, vol.
Firstly, for this population, exercise and physical activity are even more reduced than in people of the same age with no neurological condition (English et al., 2007; Kunkel, Fitton, Burnett, & Ashburn, 2015; Motl, McAuley, & Snook, 2005; van Nimwegen et al., 2011).
This transaction was arranged by Motl Amsel and Jay Tyberg.
We applied the Physical Activity Enjoyment Scale (PACES) (Motl et al., 2001), translated by Montanha (2013), to measure enjoyment of physical activity.
One of the most prevalent negative effects in these patients is fatigue (Battaglini, et al., 2006; Diettrich, Miranda, Honer, Furtado, & Correa-Filho, 2006; Ishikawa, Derchain, & Thuler, 2005; McAuley, White, Rogers, Motl , & Courneya, 2010; Siegel, et al., 2012).
Motl, "Influence of spasticity on mobility and balance in persons with multiple sclerosis," Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, vol.
Motl, "Weight status in persons with multiple sclerosis: implications for mobility outcomes," Journal of Obesity, vol.
Motl, "Self-reported depression and physical activity in adults with mobility impairments," Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.