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Motivational Regulations among At-Risk Students in an after School Activity Program.

@inproceedings{McBride2017MotivationalRA,
  title={Motivational Regulations among At-Risk Students in an after School Activity Program.},
  author={R. McBride},
  year={2017}
}
This study examines motivational self-regulations (SR) among at-risk elementary school students participating in the physical activity component of an after school program (ASP) in a rural Southwest U.S. school district. Motivational regulations examined gender differences and were used to predict student performance on an endurance task. One hundred seventy-one participants from the 3rd to 6th grade completed the Self-Regulation Questionnaire and engaged in an endurance run. Repeated measures… 

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