Elementary Schoolchildren's Perceived Competence and Physical Activity Involvement: The Influence of Parents' Role Modelling Behaviours and Perceptions of their Child's Competence

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Bois, Julien; Sarrazin, Philippe; Brustad, Robert; Trouilloud, David; Cury, François;
(2005)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Subject: parental beliefs | role modelling | perceived competence | motivation | [SHS.PSY]Humanities and Social Sciences/Psychology | parental socialization | [ SHS.PSY ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Psychology | children's physical activity

International audience; Objectives. To study the influence of fathers' and mothers' physical activity involvement and perceptions of their children's physical competence upon children's perceptions of competence and children's time spent in physical activity. Two forms ... View more
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