Instructional climates in preschool children who are at-risk. Part I: object-control skill development
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AbstractPart I of this study examined the effect of two 9-week instructional climates (low autonomy [LA] and mastery motivational climate [MMC]) on object-control (OC) skill development in preschoolers (N = 117).
CitationRobinson, L.E. & Goodway, J.D. (2009) 'Instructional climates in preschool children who are at-risk. Part I: object-control skill development', Research quarterly for exercise and sport, 80(3), pp.533-542.
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