Students' physical activity, physical education enjoyment, and motivational determinants through a three-year school-initiated program
Julkaistu sarjassaStudies in sport, physical education and health
JulkaisijaUniversity of Jyväskylä
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- Article I: Gråstén, A., Jaakkola, T., Liukkonen, J., Watt, A. & Yli-Piipari, S. 2012. Prediction of enjoyment in school physical education. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine 11 (2) , 260-269. Please see
- Article II: Gråstén, A., Watt, A., Jaakkola, T. & Liukkonen, J. 2012. Directly measured and self-reported physical activity in a sample of Finnish secondary school students. Advances in Physical Education 3 (2), 132-138. DOI: 10.4236/ape.2012.23023. Full text.
- Article III: Gråstén, A., Watt, A., Hagger, M., Jaakkola, T. & Liukkonen, J. 2015. Secondary school students’ physical activity participation across physical education classes – The expectancy-value theory approach. The Physical Educator 72 (2) 340-358 . Please see.
- Article IV: Gråstén, A., Yli-Piipari, S., Watt, A., Jaakkola, T. & Liukkonen, J. 2014. Effectiveness of School-Initiated Physical Activity Program on Secondary School Students’ Physical Activity Participation. Journal of School Health 85 (2) 125-134. DOI: 10.1111/josh.12228
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Children's expectancy beliefs and subjective task values through two years of school-based program and associated links to physical education enjoyment and physical activity Gråstén, Arto (Elsevier B.V.; Shanghai University of Sport, 2016)Purpose: The present study examined the patterns of children’s expectancy beliefs and subjective task values through the Physical Activity as Civil Skill Program and associated links to physical education enjoyment and ...