Volume & Issue: Volume 11, Issue 1, May 2015 

Short Communications

The Relationship between Response Inhibition and Cognitive Flexibility with Behavioral Symptoms in Children with High Functioning Autism

Pages 76-83

Vali Shiri; Ali Hoseyni; Ebrahim Pishyareh; Vahid Nejati; Akbar Biglareyan

Review Articles

Biomechanical Risk Factors of Non-contact Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries: A Review of the Literature

Pages 70-75

Alireza Rajabzade; Ali-Ashraf Jamshidi

The Effects of Various Exercise-Based Interventions on Non-Specific Chronic Low Back Pain: A Systemic Review on Persian Studies

Pages 62-69

Vahid Mazloum; Mansour Sahebozamani

Original Articles

The Effect of Audiovisual Integration on Performance Accuracy and Learning in Motor Task

Pages 1-10

Hesam Ramezanzade; Behrouz Abdoli; Alireza Farsi; Mohammad Ali Sanjari

Validity and Reliability of the Persian version of the life Habits Assessment Questionnaire for Older Adults

Pages 11-16

Nasibeh Noori Mombeyni; Zahra Mosallanezhad; Mahdi Rassafiani; Sara Afshar; Enayatollah Bakhshi; Gholamreza Sotoudeh; Rabab Sahaf

The Comparison of the Effect of Eight-Weeks Aquatic Aerobic Exercise and balance Training on Physical Disability and Mental Health in Female Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Pages 17-25

Zahra Rismanbaf; Farzane Golshokoh; Zynab Abdollahzade

The Effect of a Selected Aerobic Exercise on Headache Intensityof Patients with Migrain

Pages 26-31

Fereshteh Karimi; Vazgen Minasian; Ahmad Chitsaz; Mohammad Marandi

Effectiveness of Cognitive Rehabilitation on Dictation Errors of Students with Dysgraphia

Pages 32-41

Mohammad Ali Nazari; Mehrnaz Dadkhah; Touraj Hashemi

The Effect of Sensory Feedback on the Transition of the Relative Phase in Bimanual Coordination Task in old Adults

Pages 42-50

Rasoul Abedanzade; Behrouz Abdoli; Alireza Farsi

The Comparison of Effect of Three Programs of Strengthening, Stretching and Comprehensive on Upper Crossed Syndrome

Pages 51-61

Elham Hhajihosseini; Aliasghar Norasteh; Ali shamsi; Hassan Daneshmandi