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Academic performance and metamotivational profile of Hong Kong secondary school studentsBraman, R; Lindner, KJ; Kerr, J; Sit, HP2005145
 
Achievement goal profiles, perceived ability and participation motivation for sport and physical activitySit, CHP; Lindner, KJ2007174
 
Acquisition of nutritional knowledge using footgaming in the classroom settingMellecker, R; Witherspoon, L; Watterson, T201231
 
Action specificity increases anticipatory performance and the expert advantage in natural interceptive tasksMann, DL; Abernethy, B; Farrow, D2010135
 
Activation of the brain's mirror network in anticipatory tasks.Abernethy, AB; Wright, M; Jackson, RC2008114
 
Active commuting to school and association with physical activity and adiposity among US youthMendoza, J; Watson, K; Cerin, E; Nga, NT; Baranowski, T; Nicklas, T2009115
 
Active commuting to school and association with physical activity and adiposity among US youthMendoza, JA; Watson, K; Nguyen, N; Cerin, E; Baranowski, T; Nicklas, TA2011166
 
Active commuting to school and association with physical activity and weight status among US youthMendoza, J; Watson, K; Cerin, E; Baranowski, T; Nicklas, T2009142
 
Active Learning: Educational experiences enhanced through technology driven active game playMellecker, RR; Witherspoon, L; Watterson, T201339
 
Active video games for youth: A systematic reviewBarnett, A; Cerin, E; Baranowski, T2011226
 
Activity levels during physical education and recess in special schools for children in Hong KongSit, HP; McKenzie, TL2008105
 
Activity levels during physical education and recess in two special schools for children with mild intellectual disabilitiesSit, CHP; McKenzie, TL; Lian, JMG; McManus, A2008177
 
Activity participation intensity is associated with skeletal development in pre-pubertal children with developmental coordination disorderTsang, WWN; Guo, X; Fong, SSM; Mak, KK; Pang, MYC201245
 
The acute effect of 'breaking-up' prolonged sitting on cardiovascular risk factors in overweight/obese adultsLarsen, R; Kingwell, B; Robinson, C; Healy, G; Sethi, P; Cerin, E; Owen, N; Dunstan, D201234
 
The acute metabolic effects of 'breaking-up' prolonged sitting in adultsDunstan, DW; Larsen, R; Healy, GN; Kingwell, BA; Cerin, E; Salmon, J; Shaw, JE; Zimmet, PZ; Hamilton, M; Owen, N2011177
 
An adapted mini-tennis program for children with severe mental disabilities.Ho, L.W.; Masters, RSW2003122
 
Advancing science and policy through a coordinated international study of physical activity and built environments: IPEN methodsKerr, J; Sallis, JF; Owen, N; De Bourdeaudhuij, I; Cerin, E; Sugiyama, T; Reis, R; Sarmiento, O; Fromel, K; Mitas, J; Troelsen, J; Christiansen, LB; Macfarlane, DJ; Salvo, D; Schofield, G; Badland, H; Guillen-grima, F; Aguinaga-Ontoso, I; Davey, R; Bauman, A201338
 
Aerobic fitness in Southern Chinese primary school childrenCheng, Chi-hong.; 鄭子康.2005334
 
Aerobic fitness of childrenArmstrong, N; McManus, AM; Welsman, J1994129
 
The aerobic fitness of pre-pubescent British childrenMcManus, AM; Armstrong, N1995151
 
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