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.1123/jtpe.28.2.119 Perceptions of a School-Based Self-Management Program Promoting an Active Lifestyle among Elementary Schoolchildren, Teachers, and Parents Greet Maria Cardon * Leen Liesbeth Haerens * Stefanie Verstraete * Ilse de Bourdeaudhuij * 4 2009 28 2 141 154 10.1123/jtpe.28.2.141 Extremely

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Self-Perceptions during Early Adolescence Lennart Raudsepp * Kristjan Kais * Aave Hannus * 5 2004 16 2 138 146 10.1123/pes.16.2.138 Physical Fitness, Physical Activity, and Self-Reported Back and Neck Pain in Elementary Schoolchildren Greet Cardon * Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij * Dirk De Clercq

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* Hiroko Honda * Naka Nakamura * Kiyohide Itoh * Nobuo Watanabe * 2 1997 9 1 33 43 10.1123/pes.9.1.33 Research Physical Activity with Moderate to Vigorous Intensity in Preschool and First-Grade Schoolchildren Maarike Sallo * Raiot Silla * 2 1997 9 1 44 54 10.1123/pes.9.1.44 The Effect of Karate

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Editor’s Notes On Physics Envy and the Biological Clock Thomas Rowland M.D. 5 1999 11 2 95 100 10.1123/pes.11.2.95 Research Digest Research Digest 5 1999 11 2 101 107 10.1123/pes.11.2.101 Research Articles The Evolution of Fitness and Fatness in 10–11-Year-Old Australian Schoolchildren: Changes

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Bowling Performance B. Ann Boyce * Sarah M. Bingham * 4 1997 16 3 312 323 10.1123/jtpe.16.3.312 Perceived Competence of Schoolchildren in Physical Education Beverley McKiddie * Ian W. Maynard * 4 1997 16 3 324 339 10.1123/jtpe.16.3.324 Use of Component-Specific Instruction to Promote Development

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Children with Pedometers: Reliability, Reactivity, and Replacement of Missing Data David A. Rowe * Matthew T. Mahar * Thomas D. Raedeke * Joanna Lore * 11 2004 16 4 343 354 10.1123/pes.16.4.343 A Pilot Study Comparing Pedometer Counts with Reported Physical Activity in Elementary Schoolchildren

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Sedentary Time, Physical Activity, and Body Mass Index in Young Schoolchildren: A 3-Year Longitudinal Study Amanda Santos * Sandra Silva-Santos * Michael Duncan * Maria João Lagoa * Susana Vale * Jorge Mota * 1 08 2018 30 3 426 432 10.1123/pes.2017-0163 pes.2017-0163 The Association Between

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

Introduction Regular physical activity (PA) is associated with numerous health benefits and plays an important role in disease prevention. However, the decreasing level of PA and increasing screen-time among Czech schoolchildren has been well documented in the last two decades. 1 , 2 Physical

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Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Primary Schoolchildren: An Exploratory Trial (The A-CLASS Project) Jayne Henaghan * Nicola McWhannell * Lawrence Foweather * N. Tim Cable * Alan M. Batterham * Gareth Stratton * Keith P. George * 5 2008 20 2 169 180 10.1123/pes.20.2.169 Validation of the RT3

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Physical Activity Levels of Irish Primary Schoolchildren Elaine M. Murtagh * Marie H. Murphy * 5 2011 23 2 230 236 10.1123/pes.23.2.230 Longitudinal Changes in Physical Self-Perceptions and Associations With Physical Activity During Adolescence Jo Inchley * Jo Kirby * Candace Currie * 5 2011 23 2