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Karl M. Newell

can be made for standing, walking, running, and certain forms of object-interaction (prehension—reaching and grasping) to be the fundamental motor skills. They are fundamental not only because they are the basis of human movement in distinct classifications of action functions but also because they

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Aleš Gába, Lukáš Rubín, Petr Badura, Eliška Roubalová, Erik Sigmund, Michal Kudláček, Dagmar Sigmundová, Jan Dygrýn and Zdenek Hamrik

. They are represented, for instance, by a relatively high number of children and youth participating in organized sports and/or PA programs, or generally PA-friendly setting (e.g., family, school, and built environment). Grasping these opportunities could improve current unsatisfactory state of overall

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Damla Karabay, Yusuf Emük and Derya Özer Kaya

position with feet supported on the floor and climbing track, and shoulders in 90° flexion with hands grasping the slings in pronation; pulls upper body up till 90° elbow flexion and lowers back to starting position Half supine pull-up with slings, supinated grip In a half supine position with feet

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Dawn T. Gulick

size of the patient’s limb to that of the clinician’s hand can make translating the tibia on the femur very difficult. In addition, detecting millimeters of excessive translation while firmly grasping the limb can be difficult. Magnetic resonance imaging is often used for ACL injury diagnosis. 3 These

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Dean Barker, Gunn Nyberg and Hakan Larsson

understanding (e.g.,  Clouder, 2005 ; Kiley & Wisker, 2009 ; Wright & Gilmore, 2012 ). In economics for instance, grasping “supply and demand” enables students to understand how economies work more generally ( Meyer & Land, 2003 ). Although the term has quite strong cognitive connotations, change is generally

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Hebe Schaillée, Ramón Spaaij, Ruth Jeanes and Marc Theeboom

efforts were underpinned by recognition that grasping the context-specific and tacit knowledge that is built and shared among practitioners was critical to achieving the research objectives. To elicit this practical wisdom, years before the main research project began in earnest; the research team

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Terese Wilhelmsen, Marit Sørensen and Ørnulf N. Seippel

inclusion) and individual attributes (i.e., psychological needs satisfaction, motivation orientation, and motivation regulation) that support inclusion in PE. QCA is well suited for grasping complex and asymmetric relations compared with traditional statistical inference, which has been commonly used in the