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The paradoxical role of cognitive effort in contextual interference and Implicit Motor LearningRendell, MA; Masters, RSW; Farrow, D2009116
 
Parallels between expert movement production and expert movement prediction.Abernethy, AB; Jackson, RC; Zawi, K2009120
 
Parental influence on physical activity in children: an expectancy-value approachNg, Lai-wa, Janet; 吳麗華2005256
 
Parents’ engagement in an Australian school- and home-based group RCT to reduce children’s sitting time and promote physical activity: Transform-Us!Salmon, J; Arundell, L; Brown, H; Cerin, E; Hesketh, K; Crawford, D; Chin A Paw, M; Ball, K201327
 
Partitioning of oral and nasal breathing during treadmill running in Chinese malesMacfarlane, DJ; Liu, WY200467
 
Passing thoughts on the evolutionary stability of implicit motor behaviour: Performance retention under physiological fatiguePoolton, JM; Masters, RSW; Maxwell, JP2007127
 
Passive smoking and respiratory symptoms in primary school children in Hong KongLam, TH; Hedley, AJ; Chung, SF; Macfarlane, DJ1999102
 
Patterns of musculoskeletal injuries in collegiate dancersLam, Yuk-ling.; 林玊玲2001162
 
Patterns of physical exercise and contributing factors among Hong Kong older adultsCheng, YH; Chou, KL; Macfarlane, DJ; Chi, I2007160
 
Peak oxygen uptake in pre-pubescent childrenArmstrong, N; McManus, AM; Welsman, J; Kirby, B1996116
 
Peak oxygen uptake in relation to age, sex, and maturation in Hong Kong Chinese childrenMcManus, AM; Yung, TC; Leung, MP2004101
 
The peak oxygen uptake of Hong Kong Chinese childrenMcManus, AM; Armstrong, N199663
 
Peak oxygen uptaken in relation to age, sex and maturation in Hong Kong Chinese childrenMcManus, AM; Yung, T.C.; Leung, M.P.200468
 
Pediatric obesity: Finding the causes and contextsBaranowski, T; Cerin, E2008106
 
Perceived barriers to leisure-time physical activity in adults: An ecological perspectiveCerin, E; Leslie, E; Sugiyama, T; Owen, N2010503
 
Perceived enabling features and barriers to regular use of neighbourhood recreational facilitiesLee, KY; Macfarlane, DJ; Cerin, E200986
 
Perceived environmental factors related to adults' leisure-time physical activity: Findings from Europe, Australia and the USAVan Dyck, D; Cerin, E; Conway, T; De Bourdeaudhuij, I; Owen, N; Kerr, J; Cardon, G; Frank, L; Saelens, B; Sallis, J201228
 
Perceived neighborhood environment and park use as mediators of the effect of area socio-economic status on walking behaviorsLeslie, E; Cerin, E; Kremer, P201047
 
Perceived neighborhood environmental attributes associated with adults' leisure-time physical activity: Findings from Europe, Australia and the USAVan Dyck, D; Cerin, E; Conway, TL; De Bourdeaudhuij, I; Owen, N; Kerr, J; Cardon, G; Frank, LD; Saelens, BE; Sallis, JF201326
 
Perceived neighborhood environmental attributes associated with adults' transport-related walking and cycling: Findings from the USA, Australia and BelgiumVan Dyck, D; Cerin, E; Conway, TL; De Bourdeaudhuij, I; Owen, N; Kerr, J; Cardon, G; Frank, LD; Saelens, BE; Sallis, JF201286
 
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