Title

Associate Professor

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Office: 306G MCKB
Department:
EDLF

Awards

David O McKay Fellowship

Brigham Young University

2008 - Present

BYU Teaching and Learning with Technology Fellow

Brigham Young University

2003 - Present

Selected Publications

Decreased symptoms without augmented skin blood flow in subjects with RLS/WED after vibration treatment (2016)

Authors: Mitchell, Ulrike Hildegard; Hilton, Sterling Clint; Hunsaker, Erik; Ulfberg, Jan

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 12

Issue: 7

Page Numbers: 947-952

Change of International Restless Legs Syndrome Study Group Rating Scale subscales with treatment and placebo - a pilot study (2014)

Authors: Mitchell, Ulrike Hildegard; Hilton, Sterling Clint

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: Dovepress

Volume: 4

Page Numbers: 1-7

Restless Legs Syndrome and Near-Infrared Light Treatment: an alternative treatment option (2011)

Authors: Mitchell, Ulrike Hildegard; Myrer, Joseph William; Johnson, Aaron W; Hilton, Sterling Clint

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 27

Issue: 5

Page Numbers: 345-351

Neurophysiological reflex mechanisms do not contribute to the success of PNF stretches (PO-144-RR-TH) (2009)

Authors: Mitchell, Ulrike Hildegard; Myrer, Joseph William; Hopkins, Jon Tyson; Hunter, Iain; Feland, Jeffrey Brent; Hilton, Sterling Clint

Publication Type: Abstract

Neurophysiological reflex mechanisms' lack of contribution to the success of PNF stretches (2009)

Authors: Mitchell, Ulrike Hildegard; Myrer, Joseph William; Hopkins, Jon Tyson; Hunter, Iain; Feland, Jeffrey Brent; Hilton, Sterling Clint

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 18

Page Numbers: 343-357

Neurophysiological reflex mechanisms do not contribute to the success of pnf stretches (2009)

Authors: Mitchell, Ulrike Hildegard; Myrer, Joseph William; Hopkins, Jon Tyson; Hunter, Iain; Feland, Jeffrey Brent; Hilton, Sterling Clint

Publication Type: Abstract

Long-Distance Interval Training Following Pre-Cooling with an Ice Vest (2008)

Authors: Tegeder, Andrew; Hunter, Iain; Mack, Gary W; Hilton, Sterling Clint

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Volume: 3

Page Numbers: 269-275

Abstract: click to view

This study evaluated how preparing for an interval workout, while wearing a cooling vest, affects core temperature (Tc), heart rate (HR), and interval time in long-distance runners. Nineteen male collegiate cross-country runners exercised under two different conditions: (a) wearing a Nike PreCool" ice vest for one hour prior to the workout (30 minutes resting with the vest and 30 minutes while performing their warm-up); and (b) a control condition utilizing a traditional warm-up. Subjects performed 8 ? 1000 m intervals. HR and Tc were measured prior to warm-up, immediately before the first interval, and after each interval. Tc measured before the first interval was significantly lower in the vest condition (difference = 0.37? ? 0.2?C). Differences persisted through the sixth interval. Differences in HR and interval times were nonsignificant between conditions for all intervals. Wearing an ice vest prior to and during warm-up effectively lowers Tc during long-distance interval training.

Sociocultural Aspects of Russian-Speaking Parents' Choice of Language of Instruction for Their Children in Estonia: Parental Choice and Language of Instruction Policies and Practices in Estonia (2008)

Authors: Kemppainen, Raija; Ferrin, Scott Ellis; Hite, Steven Jeffrey; Hilton, Sterling Clint

Publication Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal

Publisher: University of Chicago Press, for CIES

City: Chicago

Volume: 52

Issue: 1

Page Numbers: 93-119

Abstract: click to view

Was my doctoral student. A portion of dissertation.An investigation of the rationales and characteristics of "Russian" parents in choosing between Estonian, all Russian, or bilingual educational settings for their children. This is an important laboratory of the second language acquisition theories and rationales of parents because there is open choice in Estonia at this point. Findings include that the identification of self as Russian or Estonian "culturally" is very predictive and more complicated and nuanced by earlier "Russification" practices. Parental attitudes about group identification and target culture and parent culture and economic viability interact in novel ways and are synergistically more powerful predictors than socio-linguistic theory might have predicted or accounted for.

Effects of the Rate of Force Development on Fatigue Onset and Location (2006)

Authors: Ricard, M; Ugrinowitsch, Carlos; Hilton, Sterling Clint; Parcell, Allen Clive; Hunter, Iain; Knight, Kenneth Lloyd; Tricoli, V

Publication Type: Abstract

Volume: 37

Page Numbers: S443-S444

Reciprocal inhibition, successive inhibition, autogenic inhibition, or stretch perception alteration: why do PNF stretches work? (2006)

Authors: Mitchell, Ulrike Hildegard; Myrer, Joseph William; Hopkins, Jon Tyson; Hunter, Iain; Feland, Jeffrey Brent; Hilton, Sterling Clint

Publication Type: Abstract