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Motor Competence, Physical Fitness, and Participation in Physical Activity: Do Children Meet the Standards?

Editors’ Note

 

A Preface from the Guest Editors


2007, 26, 337
Kim C. Graber, Amelia Mays Woods, Darla M. Castelli


Articles

 

Chapter 1: Setting the Stage—Research Into Physical Activity Relationships and Children’s Progress Toward Achievement of the National Standards


2007, 26, 338 – 349
Kim C. Graber, Amelia Mays Woods, Darla M. Castelli


 

Chapter 2: Theoretical Models for Understanding Physical Activity Behavior Among Children and Adolescents—Social Cognitive Theory and Self-Determination Theory


2007, 26, 350 – 357
Robert W. Motl


 

Chapter 3: The Relationship of Physical Fitness and Motor Competenceto Physical Activity


2007, 26, 358 – 374
Darla M. Castelli, Julia A. Valley


 

Chapter 4: A Comparison of Personal Attributes and Experiences Among Physically Active and Inactive Children


2007, 26, 375 – 389
Darla M. Castelli, Heather Erwin


 

Chapter 5: Influences of Perceived Motor Competence and Motives on Children’s Physical Activity


2007, 26, 390 – 403
Amelia Mays Woods, Kristin N. Bolton, Kim C. Graber, Gary S. Crull


 

Chapter 6: Children’s Environmental Access in Relation to Motor Competence, Physical Activity, and Fitness


2007, 26, 404 – 415
Heather Erwin, Amelia Mays Woods, Amelia Mays Woods, Darla M. Castelli


 

Chapter 7: Are the National Standards Achievable? — Conclusions and Recommendations


2007, 26, 416 – 424
Kim C. Graber, Lawrence F. Locke


Author Index

 

Author Index, Volume 26


2007, 26, 425 – 426


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