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Parents' and children's perception of self-efficacy and parental support are related to children’s physical activity : a cross-sectional study of parent-child dyads

Parents' and children's perception of self-efficacy and parental support are related to children’s physical activity : a cross-sectional study of parent-child dyads

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NIERMANN, Christina Y. N., Petra WAGNER, Alexandra ZIEGELDORF, Hagen WULFF, 2020. Parents' and children's perception of self-efficacy and parental support are related to children’s physical activity : a cross-sectional study of parent-child dyads. In: Journal of Family Studies. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. ISSN 1322-9400. eISSN 1839-3543. Available under: doi: 10.1080/13229400.2020.1773901

@article{Niermann2020-06-04Paren-50101, title={Parents' and children's perception of self-efficacy and parental support are related to children’s physical activity : a cross-sectional study of parent-child dyads}, year={2020}, doi={10.1080/13229400.2020.1773901}, issn={1322-9400}, journal={Journal of Family Studies}, author={Niermann, Christina Y. N. and Wagner, Petra and Ziegeldorf, Alexandra and Wulff, Hagen} }

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