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The Relationship Between the Models of Sport Commitment and Self-Determination among Adolescent Athletes

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Gender Differences in Subjective Well-Being of Healthy High-School Students

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The Associations Between Socioeconomic Status and Lifestyle Factors in European Adolescents: A Population-based Study

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