Gender differences in motor skill proficiency from childhood to adolescence: a longitudinal study.

@article{Barnett2010GenderDI,
  title={Gender differences in motor skill proficiency from childhood to adolescence: a longitudinal study.},
  author={Lisa M. Barnett and Eric K van Beurden and Philip J Morgan and Lyndon Owen Brooks and John Roland Beard},
  journal={Research quarterly for exercise and sport},
  year={2010},
  volume={81 2},
  pages={162-70}
}
Students' proficiency in three object control and three locomotor skills were assessed in 2000 (M age = 10.06 years, SD = 0.63) in New South Wales, Australia and in 2006-07 (M age = 16.44 years, SD = 0.64). In 2006-07, 266 students, 138 girls (51.9%) and 128 boys (48.1%), had at least one skill reassessed. Boys were more object control proficient than girls. Childhood object control proficiency significantly predicted (p = .001) adolescent object control proficiency (r2 = .39), and, while… CONTINUE READING

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