Promoting healthy lifestyles through youth activity participation: Lessons from research on the developmental impacts of movement-based programs

Johnson, Sara K.
Agans, J. P.
Champine, R. B,
Erickson, K.
Yalin, C.
2015

The goal of this chapter is to explain how movement activity settings can contribute to young people’s positive youth development (PYD) and continued participation in these types of activities throughout their lives.

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Subjects
Youth development--Research.
Health promotion--Research.
Health behavior in adolescence--Research.
Physical education and training--Research.
Developmental psychology--Research.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009797
Original publication
Agans, J. P., Champine, R. B, Erickson, K., Johnson, S. K., & Yalin, C. (2015). Promoting healthy lifestyles through youth activity participation: Lessons from research on the developmental impacts of movement-based programs. In E. P. Bowers, G. J. Geldhof, S. K. Johnson, R. M. Hershberg, L. J. Hilliard, J. V. Lerner, & R. M. Lerner (Eds.), Promoting positive youth development: Bridging the gaps between research, practice, and policy. New York: Springer.
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