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Phillip Chipman and Kevin B. Wamsley

15, Gagnon, like many others, left his farming community to relocate to the urban environment to follow job opportunities. Moving first to Rimouski and then to the city of Montreal where Adrien Gagnon performed manual labour towards the war effort, building and assembling aircraft parts, Yvan Gagnon

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Pierre-Olaf Schut and Antoine Marsac

’image de travail de Fernand Petzl sur la conception d’un mât démontable 35 qui pouvait être transporté dans les grottes et assemblé à l’endroit de l’obstacle. Cet engin a été construit pour être utilisé dans l’exploration de la Dent de Crolles puis du gouffre Berger. A chaque fois, il a été retravaillé

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Alan L. Smith

Structures: Pathways to Physical Activity Promotion? As we consider how emerging knowledge on peers in physical activity settings can be translated to physical-activity-promotion efforts, the well-worn proverb “birds of a feather flock together” warrants consideration. If peers assemble in ways that are

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Nicholas E. Fears and Jeffrey J. Lockman

children’s handwriting are indicative of limitations in automaticity, which may interfere with higher-level writing processes. Conclusions Handwriting is an assembled skill involving multiple underlying processes. Traditional approaches to studying handwriting have only indirectly measured visual and motor

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Janet Lok Chun Lee and Rainbow Tin Hung Ho

inclusion of senior-friendly fitness stations in parks might explain the difference in older adults’ PA between the two places ( Duan, Wagner, Zhang, Wulff, & Brehm, 2018 ). The current study has assembled rich contextual data on the experiences of Hong Kong older adults in using the EFCs within the city

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Adam D.G. Baxter-Jones

assemble in fair and equal competition ( Khosla, 1983 ). When studying the heights for women of eight new sports at the 1976 Montreal Olympics, Khosla found that female rowers were above average height, and even among the tall, it was the taller and heavier who won medals. Similar results were found in

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Laura S. Kox, P. Paul F.M. Kuijer, Dagmar A.J. Thijssen, Gino M.M.J. Kerkhoffs, Rick R. van Rijn, Monique H.W. Frings-Dresen and Mario Maas

wrist injuries. Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Joost Daams (Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam) who helped assemble and execute the systematic literature search and Rens Bexkens (Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam) who screened the total search results for eligibility on the basis of

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Kate Hovey, Diana Niland and John T. Foley

validity. The panel of experts was compiled using predetermined criteria set by the researchers to assemble a group that had sufficient breadth of knowledge to be able to establish content validity. To be included in the panel, experts had to have expertise in the field of OE, expertise in the field of

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Jill Whitall, Nadja Schott, Leah E. Robinson, Farid Bardid and Jane E. Clark

before they can run. Thelen ( 1986 ) proposed the concept of a “rate-limiting” constraint, which refers to the constraint or control parameter that is the slowest developing component from which a behavior is assembled and a developmental change occurs. Thelen proposed eight potential constraints for the

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Gareth McNarry, Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson and Adam B. Evans

/bracketing (see McNarry et al., 2019 ); (c) initial “impressionistic” readings of the assembled descriptions, to gain a feel for the overall data set; (d) in-depth rereading of these descriptions as part of a process of data immersion, to identify key themes and subthemes; and (e) the production of general