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Who Are Our Students? : Understanding Students' Personality for Refined and Targeted Physical Education : A Scoping Review

Who Are Our Students? : Understanding Students' Personality for Refined and Targeted Physical Education : A Scoping Review

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KIRCH, Alina, Melina SCHNITZIUS, Filip MESS, Sarah SPENGLER, 2019. Who Are Our Students? : Understanding Students' Personality for Refined and Targeted Physical Education : A Scoping Review. In: Frontiers in sports and active living. Frontiers Media. 1, 31. eISSN 2624-9367. Available under: doi: 10.3389/fspor.2019.00031

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