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Title: Differences between Estimation and Real Performance in School-Age Children: Fundamental Movement Skills
Authors: Almeida, Gabriela
Luz, Carlos
Martins, Rui
Cordovil, Rita
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Almeida, Gabriela; Luz, Carlos; Martins, Rui; Cordovil, Rita. Differences between Estimation and Real Performance in School-Age Children: Fundamental Movement Skills, Child Development Research, 2016, 2016, 1-7, 2016.
Abstract: Children’s perceived competence in the physical domain has attracted considerable interest in both motor skill development and sport psychology literatures. Perceived physical competence represents a psychological judgment about children’s perception of how able they are in the physical domain [$]. Higher perceived competence is related with motor skill pro(ciency and increased levels of physical activity ["]. &e overestimation of children’s capabilities may have a positive e)ect on engaging them in motor activities and sports [$, '] that improve motor pro(ciency. It should be noted, however, that,withinHarter’s theory, themeasure of perceived physical competence is not obtained directly by doing the physical task.
Other Identifiers: 2090-3987
Type: article
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