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I-MDRC
The International Motor Development Research Consortium. An international organization of researchers aimed at advancing the field of motor development
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Ali Brian, PhD May 9
The 100% online Masters of Science in Adapted Physical Education at the University of South Carolina is now ready to go! Our application portal opens within the next two weeks for Fall of 2019.
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Mike Duncan May 9
Great to see this getting out there from more important information underlining the importance of and motor competence in early years children
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Lisa Barnett PhD Apr 26
Yes, well done a novel and interesting piece which shows the complexity around in the
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Mike Duncan Apr 23
still time to submit an abstract, on all things PA related, for our 20th June conference: Motor competence: the pathway to improved health in childhood. Great keynotes, £30 for presenting authors, £15 for students
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McMaster Family Med Apr 18
Have you heard of the CATCH study? It looks at the motor coordination and physical fitness abilities of children. For more info on this study led by and visit
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Dr. Cain C. T. Clark Apr 2
Replying to @basesuk @BasesSig and 3 others
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Ryan S. Sacko PhD Mar 22
Children’s metabolic expenditure during object projection skill performance: New insight for activity intensity relativity Skill practice at 1 trial per 30s = MVPA in children 7-9yo.
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Isaac Estevan Mar 13
Thanks for sharing this study😉. Proud to be coauthor in this project focused on preschool children's motor control and cognitive development😀
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Lisa Barnett PhD Feb 20
Agree useful article. In the original validation the competence factors also had some issues with young children
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Ryan S. Sacko PhD Feb 26
This conference is presented by I-MDRC and CIAPSE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: April 1st, 2019 Abstract notification: April 15th, 2019 So Get Moving, and get your abstracts in today!
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An De Meester Feb 19
A must-read by and colleagues for those who are doing Physical Literacy-related research.
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Donna Niemistö Feb 18
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Dr. Till Utesch Feb 18
Very important and intersting insights in the psychometric propertise of the perceived competence scale of harter using Rasch measurement... Verbal IQ and gender biases read and share for all intersted in
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Dr. Till Utesch Feb 14
How strong is the link between & ? Does it change across ? We need to review the content of our assessments!! Read our meta-analysis published in
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Dr. Cain C. T. Clark Feb 2
Going to conference in Verona? Why not attend the novel perspective through emerging technological solutions symposium by , and me!
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Lisa Barnett PhD Jan 31
On morning radio today the announcer said he went to a restaurant with his kids on the weekend. They specially chose one with a . But since their last visit the playground had been RIPPED OUT and replaced with a table and SIX WT????
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Dr. Cain C. T. Clark Jan 29
Motor competence: A pathway to enhance children's health? Come join us for this one day conference on 20th June. Details here:
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Mike Duncan Jan 29
Motor competence: A pathway to enhance children's health? Come join us for this one day event on 20th June. High calibre speakers, open for abstract submission too and only £15 for research students to attend. Details here:
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Ryan S. Sacko PhD Jan 24
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Journal of Sports Sciences (JSS) Jan 22
Identifying profiles of children at risk of being less physically active: an exploratory study using a self-organised map approach for motor competence DOI: Authors: Isaac Estevan, Xavier García-Massó, Javier Molina García &
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