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Adolescents' Decisions to be (In)Active: Relationships between Automatic Associations, Affective Reactions, and Deliberate ReflectionsDownload
It is well understood that the majority of adolescents today do not meet the current physical activity (PA) recommendations of 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous activity every day. In exploring adolescents’ motivation to engage in PA, previous research has mostly taken an explicit approach by...
Exploring the Relative Contributions of Training Patterns and Training Contexts to Burnout and Dropout in SwimmingDownload
Millions of children participate in youth sport, which has been associated with both potential benefits and harms. The promotion of positive, beneficial experiences in youth sport and the reduction of harmful, negative experiences requires discerning those factors which could be decisive in a...
Self-efficacy, defined as behaviour specific confidence, is a consistent correlate of physical activity and other health behaviours. In people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), self-efficacy has been found to be related to key clinical-health outcomes and is deemed an important...