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ActiveChat : Development of an 8 week school-based intervention to increase motivation for physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour in secondary school pupils

McMichan, Lauren and Knowles, Ann-Marie and McMillan, Kathryn Anne and Rowe, David (2015) ActiveChat : Development of an 8 week school-based intervention to increase motivation for physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour in secondary school pupils. In: International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting, 2009-06-01.

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Abstract

This poster discusses the development of an 8 week school-based intervention to increase motivation for physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour in secondary school pupils.