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Percept Mot Skills. 2012 Aug;115(1):319-24.

Peer-victimization during physical education and enjoyment of physical activity.

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  • 1Department FISPPA (Philosophy, Sociology, Education, and Applied Psychology), University of Padua, Italy. stefano.scarpa@unipd.it

Abstract

This study examined the relations between peer-victimization during sport practice and physical activity enjoyment. 395 students (219 boys, 176 girls) from a middle school, ages 12 to 13 years (M = 12.2), were surveyed. Few correlations between peer-victimization during sport practice and physical activity enjoyment variables were negative. Linear regression analysis was also conducted, highlighting a subtle influence of peer-victimization during practice of sports on enjoyment of physical activity. Peer-victimization during practice of sports seems to be a poor predictor of low enjoyment of physical activity.

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