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Management of Stereotype Behaviour in Autism: Efficacy of Structured Physical Exercises on Gender
(university of Education, Ghana, 2010)
Autism is a developmental disorder, which is typically characterized by an inability to develop normal social relationships, compulsive and ritualistic behaviour and failure to develop normal intelligence. A characteristic ...
Motivational gender differences in sport and exercise participation among university sport science students.
(Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2012)
Motivation is an important psychological variable in Physical Activity(PA) as it determines both entry and continued adherence to PA.Understanding motivating factors is an antecedent to the understanding of behaviour change ...
Dimystifying the ideology of masculinity in Kenyan sports
(Kenyatta University & KAHPER-SD, 2003)
Sports is a valuable activity for mankind in the modern society. It is a popular activity for the active participants and the passive enthusiasts. However, in spite of the high regard given to sport, there has been ...
The “New York City Marathon”: participation and performance trends of 1.2M runners during halfcentury
(Taylor & Francis, 2019)
The aim of the present study was to examine trends in participation, performance, age and nationality during a ~ 50-years period in the largest dataset ever studied in the “New York City Marathon”. We analysed 1,174,331 ...