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Physical Activity of Children With and Without Mental Retardation in Inclusive Recess Settings
The purpose of this study was to compare physical activity levels of children with and without mental retardation. Thirty-four children were assessed in an inclusive recess setting and monitored for heart rate, activity counts and observational activity levels. Based on the data analysis, boys demonstrated significantly higher values on all comparisons.
Contributor: Lorenzi, D. G., Horvat, M., & Pellegrini, A. D.
Date Published: June
Journal/Secondary Title: Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities
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