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Reduced motor competence in children with obesity is associated with structural differences in the cerebellar peduncles

(2018) BRAIN IMAGING AND BEHAVIOR. 12(4). p.1000-1010
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Childhood obesity, Motor control, Magnetic resonance imaging, Diffusion weighted imaging, Cerebellar peduncles, BODY-MASS INDEX, WHITE-MATTER INTEGRITY, POSTURAL CONTROL, HEALTHY-WEIGHT, OVERWEIGHT, CHILDHOOD, FINE, MICROSTRUCTURE, ADOLESCENTS, PERFORMANCE

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MLA
Augustijn, Mireille et al. “Reduced Motor Competence in Children with Obesity Is Associated with Structural Differences in the Cerebellar Peduncles.” BRAIN IMAGING AND BEHAVIOR 12.4 (2018): 1000–1010. Print.
APA
Augustijn, M., Deconinck, F., D’Hondt, E., Van Acker, L., De Guchtenaere, A., Lenoir, M., & Caeyenberghs, K. (2018). Reduced motor competence in children with obesity is associated with structural differences in the cerebellar peduncles. BRAIN IMAGING AND BEHAVIOR, 12(4), 1000–1010.
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Augustijn, Mireille, Frederik Deconinck, Eva D’Hondt, Lore Van Acker, Ann De Guchtenaere, Matthieu Lenoir, and Karen Caeyenberghs. 2018. “Reduced Motor Competence in Children with Obesity Is Associated with Structural Differences in the Cerebellar Peduncles.” Brain Imaging and Behavior 12 (4): 1000–1010.
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Augustijn, Mireille, Frederik Deconinck, Eva D’Hondt, Lore Van Acker, Ann De Guchtenaere, Matthieu Lenoir, and Karen Caeyenberghs. 2018. “Reduced Motor Competence in Children with Obesity Is Associated with Structural Differences in the Cerebellar Peduncles.” Brain Imaging and Behavior 12 (4): 1000–1010.
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Augustijn M, Deconinck F, D’Hondt E, Van Acker L, De Guchtenaere A, Lenoir M, et al. Reduced motor competence in children with obesity is associated with structural differences in the cerebellar peduncles. BRAIN IMAGING AND BEHAVIOR. 2018;12(4):1000–10.
IEEE
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M. Augustijn et al., “Reduced motor competence in children with obesity is associated with structural differences in the cerebellar peduncles,” BRAIN IMAGING AND BEHAVIOR, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 1000–1010, 2018.
@article{8535493,
  author       = {Augustijn, Mireille and Deconinck, Frederik and D'Hondt, Eva and Van Acker, Lore and De Guchtenaere, Ann and Lenoir, Matthieu and Caeyenberghs, Karen},
  issn         = {1931-7557},
  journal      = {BRAIN IMAGING AND BEHAVIOR},
  keywords     = {Childhood obesity,Motor control,Magnetic resonance imaging,Diffusion weighted imaging,Cerebellar peduncles,BODY-MASS INDEX,WHITE-MATTER INTEGRITY,POSTURAL CONTROL,HEALTHY-WEIGHT,OVERWEIGHT,CHILDHOOD,FINE,MICROSTRUCTURE,ADOLESCENTS,PERFORMANCE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {1000--1010},
  title        = {Reduced motor competence in children with obesity is associated with structural differences in the cerebellar peduncles},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11682-017-9760-5},
  volume       = {12},
  year         = {2018},
}

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