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Department
Physical Education, Recreation and Leisure Studies
Course
PERLS207
Professor
Joanna Clair
Semester
Fall

Description
Developmental Coordination Disorder Selfefficacy toward Physical activity and play Does gender matterRegardless of gender children with DCD had lower selfefficacy toward physical activity participated in fewer organized and recreational playNo gender differences but girls with DCD had lowest scores of all childrenDCD characterized by poor motor proficiency significant impairment to both social and academic functioning Typically affects fine motor coordinationPlayground disorderHigher ration of boys to girls but may be because noticed more in boysBoys feel more pressure to perform well in sportsThe Driving Force Motivation in Special Olympians4 Types of MotivationAmotivation Absence of motivationExternal regulation Performing an activity to receive a reward or avoid a punishmentIdentified regulation Performing an activity because it is perceived to be important to the individualIntrinsic motivation Performing an activity for the sake of the a
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