Associations of object control motor skill proficiency, game play competence, physical activity and cardiorespiratory fitness among primary school children
Can continuing professional development utilizing a game-centred approach improve the quality of physical education teaching delivered by generalist primary school teachers?
Can physical education and physical activity outcomes be developed simultaneously using a game-centered approach?
Exposing athletes to playing form activity: outcomes of a randomised control trial among community netball teams using a game-centred approach
Games centered approaches in teaching children & adolescents: systematic review of associated student outcomes
Improving student outcomes through professional development: protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial of quality teaching rounds
Mediators of psychological well-being in adolescent boys
Nutrition education in the Australian New South Wales primary school curriculum: an exploration of time allocation, translation and attitudes in a sample of teachers
The 'Healthy Dads, Healthy Kids' community effectiveness trial: study protocol of a community-based healthy lifestyle program for fathers and their children
- Morgan, Philip J., Lubans, David R., Lloyd, Adam, Collins, Clare E., Plotnikoff, Ronald C., Callister, Robin, Burrows, Tracy, Fletcher, Richard, Okeley, Anthony D., Young, Myles D., Miller, Andrew, Clay, Victoria
- Morgan, Philip J., Collins, Clare E., Cook, Alyce T., Cruickshank, Joel, Saunders, Kristen L., Lubans, David R., Plotnikoff, Ronald C., Callister, Robin, Burrows, Tracy, Fletcher, Richard, Okely, Anthony D., Young, Myles D., Miller, Andrew, Lloyd, Adam B.
The PLUNGE randomized controlled trial: evaluation of a games-based physical activity professional learning program in primary school physical education
Twelve-month outcomes of a father-child lifestyle intervention delivered by trained local facilitators in underserved communities: the Healthy Dads Healthy Kids dissemination trial
- Morgan, Philip J., Collins, Clare E., Okely, Anthony D., Miller, Andrew, Handley, Siobhan, Young, Myles D., Lubans, David R., Callister, Robin, Lloyd, Adam B., Plotnikoff, Ronald C., Burrows, Tracy L., Barnes, Alyce T., Pollock, Emma R., Fletcher, Richard
Using pedometers for measuring and increasing physical activity in children and adolescents: the next step
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