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Inclusive Physical Education from the Perspective of Students with Physical Disabilities
The study describes the phenomenon of inclusive physical education from the perspective of students with disabilities. The experience of 9 elementary school-aged students with physical disabilitiesExpand
Inclusion understood from the perspectives of children with disability.
It was the actions of others that were the prominent features identified by children that contributed to feeling more or less included in physical activity contexts, and three themes emerged from the data: gaining entry to play, feeling like a legitimate participant, and having friends. Expand
A Test of the Activity Deficit Hypothesis With Children With Movement Difficulties
An activity deficit hypothesis was posited that children with movement difficulties are less physically active during recess than age- and gender-matched controls without movement difficulties.Expand
The Lived Experience of Physical Awkwardness: Adults’ Retrospective Views
The investigation explored 12 adults’ past experiences of physical awkwardness. Hermeneutic phenomenology, a descriptive and interpretative methodology, uncovered feelings and meanings associatedExpand
Incidence of concussion in contact sports: a systematic review of the evidence
There are few good studies on the incidence of concussion and limited information on the risk of concussion for females in contact sports, and some common methodological problems were identified in this literature with the hope of improving future studies. Expand
Video analysis of blows to the head and face at the 1999 World Taekwondo Championships.
To prevent possible brain injury resulting from direct head blows, updated safety education, a complete understanding of concussion for athletes, coaches, and referees, and a rule change in competition Taekwondo are recommended. Expand
Engagement in Playground Activities as a Criterion for Diagnosing Developmental Coordination Disorder
The purpose was to develop a valid protocol for use by physical educators in assessing whether children suspected of having developmental coordination disorder (DCD) meet the American PsychiatricExpand
Children Theorize about Reasons for Recess Engagement: Does Expectancy-Value Theory Apply?
Inclusion in activity at recess can have important implications for the health and for the physical, social, and cognitive development of children, according to play theorists (Pellegrini, 1995).Expand
Sintering trials of analogues of americium oxides for radioisotope power systems
European Space Agency radioisotope power systems will use americium oxide as the heat source in pellet or disc form. The oxide form is yet to be decided. Sintering trials with CeO2 and Nd2O3 asExpand
A Study of the Relationship between Physical Awkwardness and Children’s Perceptions of Physical Competence
This study explored the relationship between perceived physical competence and physical awkwardness in an effort to gain further understanding of the effects of motor incompetence on behavior.Expand