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Development and exploratory cluster-randomised opportunistic trial of a theory-based intervention to enhance physical activity among adolescents

By Vera Araujo-Soares, Teresa McIntyre, Graeme Stewart MacLennan and Falko Sniehotta

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Topics: physical activity, adolescents, planning, health promotion, social cognitive models, self-monitoring, SELF-EFFICACY, IMPLEMENTATION INTENTIONS, CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE, SCHOOL-STUDENTS, IMPROVE HEALTH, CHILDREN, EXERCISE, BEHAVIOR, MAINTENANCE, ADOPTION, RA Public aspects of medicine, RA
Year: 1
DOI identifier: 10.1080/08870440802040707
OAI identifier: oai:aura.abdn.ac.uk:2164/754
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