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- Megan L. Williams, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Pediatric exercise science 2016 v.13 no.4 pp. 428-432
- accelerometry; adults; children; exercise; girls; participation (behavior)
- ... Background: Increasing autonomy by manipulating the choice of available physical activity options in a laboratory setting can increase physical activity in older children and adults. However, the effect of manipulating the number of physically active choices has yet to be examined in young children in a gymnasium environment. Methods: Twenty children (n = 10 girls, 6.1 ± 1.4 years old) individuall ...