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Girls with More Gender-Stereotyped Attitudes Have Less Perceived Movement Competence: An Argument for a Psychosocial Approach to Movement Skills Programs

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conference contribution
posted on 2024-06-05, 07:39 authored by India M Dechrai, Lisa HannaLisa Hanna, Philip J Morgan, Emiliano MazzoliEmiliano Mazzoli, Myles D Young, Jacqueline New, Emma R Pollock, Stevie-Lee Kennedy, Lisa BarnettLisa Barnett
Girls with More Gender-Stereotyped Attitudes Have Less Perceived Movement Competence: An Argument for a Psychosocial Approach to Movement Skills Programs

History

Volume

42

Pagination

S74-S75

ISSN

0895-2779

eISSN

1543-2904

Language

English

Publication classification

E3 Extract of paper

Title of proceedings

JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY

Publisher

HUMAN KINETICS PUBL INC