Early motor skill competence as a mediator of child and adult physical activity

@article{Loprinzi2015EarlyMS,
  title={Early motor skill competence as a mediator of child and adult physical activity},
  author={Paul Dinneen Loprinzi and Robert E Davis and Yang-Chieh Fu},
  journal={Preventive Medicine Reports},
  year={2015},
  volume={2},
  pages={833 - 838}
}

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