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Impact of Sport-related Games on High School Students’ Communication Skills

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Leadership power perceptions of soccer coaches and soccer players according to their education

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Interpersonal Dynamics: 1v1 Sub-Phase at Sub-18 Football Players

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Problem-Solving Skills of High School Students Exercising Regularly in Sport Teams

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Relationships Between Physical Activity Levels, Self-Identity, Body Dissatisfaction and Motivation Among Spanish High School Students

Introduction Despite widespread knowledge of the negative consequences of physical inactivity (PI) over the short, medium and long term, this phenomenon is increasing in the general population (Ogden et al., 2010). The tendency towards PI is considered one of the most serious health problems of the 21st century. It is also known as sedentary behaviour, operationally defined as behaviour that predominantly involves sitting, and it can have deleterious health consequences ( Biddle et al., 2010 ). It is important to note that promoting non-sedentary behaviour

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Neurocognitive Functioning of Sport Climbers

perception, attention, memory, thinking, cognitive control and language. In the visual-spatial function, both cerebral hemispheres are involved ( Sendrecka, 2007 ). During visual-spatial activation, the temporal, the parietal and the frontal lobe, as well as the temporal and parietal cortex are active ( Bueti and Walsh, 2009 ). In addition, the cerebellum plays an important role in the regulation of visual-spatial functions associated with spatial orientation, mental rotation of objects, and spatial memory ( Starowicz-Filip et al., 2013 ). Visual and visual

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Socioeconomics Influences on the Water Competencies of Young Adult Polish Males

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Practical Skills of Rhythmic Gymnastics Judges

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The Embodied Nature of Autistic Learning: Implications for Physical Education

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Quality Perception of the 2012 World Indoor Athletics Championships

can provide event managers with analytical tools for measurement of spectators’ perceptions of event quality. More specifically, the five dimensions of the framework can be used (“game/event quality”, “augmented service quality”, “interaction quality”, “physical environment quality” and “outcome quality”) to identify potential problem areas in event operations and thus, provide guidance for future improvement of services. Understanding particular operational strengths and weaknesses is of crucial importance to managers who seek to increase spectator patronage

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