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Items where Division is "Academic Departments > Institute of Sport and Exercise Science" and Year is 2005

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Peters, D.M. and Jones, Gareth and Peters, John (2005) 'Learning Styles' and 'Approaches to Studying' in Sports-Related Programmes: Relationships to Academic Achievement and Implications for Successful Learning, Teaching and Assessment: Project Report Summary. Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Network.

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Brambilla, P and Bedogni, G and Moreno, L.A. and Goran, M.I. and Gutin, B and Fox, K.R. and Peters, D.M. and Barbeau, P and De Simone, M and Pietrobelli, A (2005) Cross-Validation of Anthropometry Against Magnetic Resonance Imaging for the Assessment of Visceral and Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue in Children. In: NAASO 2005 Annual Scientific Meeting, 15th-19th October 2005, Vancover, British Columbia.

Peters, D.M. and Jones, Gareth and Peters, John (2005) Learning Styles and Approaches to Studying: Implications for Achievement. In: Higher Education Academy Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Network Pedagogic Research Day, 4th March 2005, University of Wolverhampton. (Unpublished)

Peters, John and Robertson, L and Peters, D.M. (2005) What Did The Students Say? Preliminary Data Analysis. In: Taking Progress Files Beyond the Enthusiasts, 26th January 2005, University College Worcester. (Unpublished)

Wright, R.L. and Peters, D.M. and Robinson, P.D. (2005) The Impact of Lifetime Physical Activity Levels on Fear of Falling and Fall Occurrence. In: 18th Congress of the International Association of Gerontology, 26th-30th June 2005, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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