Do Perceptions of Competence Mediate The Relationship Between Fundamental Motor Skill Proficiency and Physical Activity Levels of Children in Kindergarten?

@article{Crane2015DoPO,
  title={Do Perceptions of Competence Mediate The Relationship Between Fundamental Motor Skill Proficiency and Physical Activity Levels of Children in Kindergarten?},
  author={J. Crane and P. Naylor and Ryan Cook and V. Temple},
  journal={Journal of physical activity \& health},
  year={2015},
  volume={12 7},
  pages={
          954-61
        }
}
BACKGROUND Perceptions of competence mediate the relationship between motor skill proficiency and physical activity among older children and adolescents. This study examined kindergarten children's perceptions of physical competence as a mediator of the relationship between motor skill proficiency as a predictor variable and physical activity levels as the outcome variable; and also with physical activity as a predictor and motor skill proficiency as the outcome. METHODS Participants were 116… Expand
Associations between fundamental movement skill competence, physical activity and psycho-social determinants in Hong Kong Chinese children
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