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Perceived motor competence: Self-referent thinking in physical education.

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VAN ROSSUM, JHA, Emilienne Musch, and A VERMEER. 1999. “Perceived Motor Competence: Self-referent Thinking in Physical Education.” In Psychology for Physical Educators, ed. M. Durand & R. Seiler (Eds). - Y. Vanden Auweele, F. Bakker, S. Biddle, 187–210. Human Kinetics.
APA
VAN ROSSUM, J., Musch, E., & VERMEER, A. (1999). Perceived motor competence: Self-referent thinking in physical education. In M. D. & R. S. (Eds).- Y. Vanden Auweele, F. Bakker, S. Biddle (Ed.), Psychology for Physical Educators (pp. 187–210). Human Kinetics.
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VAN ROSSUM J, Musch E, VERMEER A. Perceived motor competence: Self-referent thinking in physical education. In: Y. Vanden Auweele, F. Bakker, S. Biddle MD& RS (Eds).-, editor. Psychology for Physical Educators. Human Kinetics; 1999. p. 187–210.
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VAN ROSSUM, JHA, Emilienne Musch, and A VERMEER. “Perceived Motor Competence: Self-referent Thinking in Physical Education.” Psychology for Physical Educators. Ed. M. Durand & R. Seiler (Eds). - Y. Vanden Auweele, F. Bakker, S. Biddle. Human Kinetics, 1999. 187–210. Print.
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  booktitle    = {Psychology for Physical Educators},
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  isbn         = {0-88011-761-3 1999},
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  pages        = {187--210},
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  title        = {Perceived motor competence: Self-referent thinking in physical education.},
  year         = {1999},
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