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Stacey Alvarez-Alvarado, Graig M. Chow, Nicole T. Gabana, Robert C. Hickner and Gershon Tenenbaum

college-wide research pool. Recreational exercisers were individuals engaging in exercise at least two times per week for at least 30 min at moderate intensity (60–75% VO 2 max) for the past 6 months. A breakdown of the participants by race revealed 66.7% White ( n  = 20), 16.7% Latino ( n  = 5), 13

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Thelma S. Horn

-stereotyped perceptions of newborns: The eye of the beholder revisited . Sex Roles, 3 ( 9–10 ), 687 – 701 . Leavell , A.S. , Tamis-LeMonda , C.S. , Ruble , D.N. , Zosuls , K.M. , & Cabrera , N.J. ( 2012 ). African-American, White and Latino fathers’ activities with their sons and daughters in early

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Dana K. Voelker and Justine J. Reel

American ( n  = 1), and Hispanic/Latino/Mexican American ( n  = 1). Skaters reported their highest level of competition at national ( n  = 8) and international events ( n  = 5) in singles ( n  = 9) or pairs ( n  = 4) disciplines. Procedures Data were collected as part of Voelker and Reel’s ( 2018

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Jeanette Gustat, Christopher E. Anderson, Keelia O’Malley, Tian Hu, Rachel G. Tabak, Karin Valentine Goins, Cheryl Valko, Jill S. Litt and Amy A. Eyler

, Mitchell SJ , Thompson J , et al . Parental perception of built environment characteristics and built environment use among Latino families: a cross-sectional study . BMC Public Health . 2016 ; 16 : 1180 . PubMed ID: 27876038 doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3854-7 27876038 10.1186/s12889-016-3854-7 24

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Angela Maria Hoyos-Quintero and Herney Andrés García-Perdomo

.1046/j.1445-2197.2003.02748.x 12956787 10.1046/j.1445-2197.2003.02748.x 7. Alhassan S , Sirard JR , Robinson TN . The effects of increasing outdoor play time on physical activity in Latino preschool children . Int J Pediatr Obes . 2007 ; 2 : 153 – 158 . PubMed ID: 17852547 doi:10

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Summer Davis, Xihe Zhu and Justin Haegele

(33%) grade. Participants identified as men (47.7%) or women (57.3%), White (17.3%), Black (43.8%), American Indian (1.6%), Asian or Pacific Islander (5.9%), Hispanic/Latino (14.1%), or two or more races (17.3%). Based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s ( 2016 ) guideline

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Sitong Guo, Andrew C. Billings and James C. Abdallah

/Pacific Islander = 16%, African American = 9%, Hispanic/Latino = 4%, Native American = 2%), which region of the United States they were from (South =46%, Northeast = 24%, Midwest = 18%, West = 12%), and educational level (undergraduate degree = 40%, college student = 36%, master’s degree = 12%, no college = 8

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Nicole T. Gabana, Aaron D’Addario, Matteo Luzzeri, Stinne Soendergaard and Y. Joel Wong

.9%), followed by African American (3.9%), Multiracial (3.3%), Asian or Asian-American (2.6%), and Hispanic or Latino/a (2.3%). The sample included athletes from sixteen dynamic and coactive sports, including swimming ( n  = 65), wrestling ( n  = 47), rowing ( n  = 47), track and field ( n  = 36), softball ( n

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Shelby J. Martin and Timothy Anderson

identify other than White may delineate additional help-seeking barriers. For instance, Rao et al. ( 2007 ) found that stigmatizing attitudes towards people with mental illness were significantly higher among African American and Asian college students relative to Caucasian and Latino college students

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Collin A. Webster, Diana Mîndrilă, Chanta Moore, Gregory Stewart, Karie Orendorff and Sally Taunton

 = 11.69 35% female 79% White, 8% Hispanic/Latino, 4% African American, 8% other M  = 8.75, SD  = 8.28 Four states represented 8% elementary, 23% elementary/middle, 45% middle/junior high, 23% high school 66% bachelor’s degree, 34% advanced degree 92% = yes Main study sample ( N  = 407)   M  = 42