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Aston K. McCullough and Carol Ewing Garber

Hartig, Aranzazu Araujo, Clare Viglione, Melina Iacovou, Laurel Belton, Kyle Pietro, Maody Miranda, and Marion Bakhoya. The study was funded in part by a Student Research in Diversity Grant awarded by The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs, Arthur Zankel Urban Fellowship

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Jill R. Reed, Paul Estabrooks, Bunny Pozehl, Kate Heelan and Christopher Wichman

’s framework. This may have affected outcomes, and it is likely we would have seen greater effects of the 5A’s intervention group with a true control group. There was also limited racial/ethnic diversity in the sample; however, the sample was representative of the racial diversity in the rural area where the

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George Sofianidis, Anna-Maria Dimitriou and Vassilia Hatzitaki

 al., 2011 ). Intervention-Specific Effects The two training regimes also revealed some specific effects on the static and dynamic balance control based on the diversity of the nature of the activities involved in the two exercise types. Results of t andem standing revealed a reduction of upper trunk

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Lisa M. Barnett and J.D. Goodway

the diversity of studies. References Barnett , L.M. , Lubans , D. , Salmon , J. , Timperio , A. , & Ridgers , N.D. ( 2018 ). What is the contribution of actual motor skill, fitness, and physical activity to children’s self-perception of motor competence? Journal of Motor Learning and

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Jordan Deneau, Sean Horton and Paula M. van Wyk

, and built environments. Participants also frequently suggested that health promotion initiatives should implement PAL programs that are better adapted for the diversity among the older adult population. Ben ( active ) believed that current physical activity recommendations are vague and that more

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Shelby N. Anderson

women in sport. Conclusions By exploring the nine themes presented in this text, readers will increase their historical and contemporary knowledge and understanding of women in sport in the US. The uniqueness of this book is in the diversity of works chosen by the editors. This book is useful for both

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Iréné Lopez-Fontana, Carole Castanier, Christine Le Scanff and Alexandra Perrot

. Among these potential moderators, the length of physical practice observation and subject sex have received less attention. Despite this, some studies seem to show that both may deserve to be investigated in greater depth in order to better understand the diversity of results regarding the relationship

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Diana Castaneda-Gameros, Sabi Redwood and Janice L. Thompson

, as well as socio-economic and migration backgrounds to represent the diversity of the study population. Phase 1: Quantitative Data Collection Objective assessment of PA and ST PA and ST levels were measured using Actigraph GT3X accelerometers (Actigraph, Pensacola, FL) programmed to record activity

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Jason C. Immekus, Franklin Muntis and Daniela Terson de Paleville

, and 1% Asian). This sample is similar to the diversity representation of the school. Further, this school was chosen from the largest public school district of the state of Kentucky because its racial and ethnic representation most closely reflect the diversity of the city where the study was

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Urban Johnson and Mark Andersen

contribute toward understanding cultural-diversity issues in sport and that the practice of self-reflection is central to the development of applied sport psychologists. In a follow-up article to the Wylleman et al. ( 2009 ) study, Wylleman and Seiler ( 2016 ) listed challenges that they believed needed to