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Published Jul 30, 2022

Jun Yan  

Abstract

Published in Sports and Science, this study conducted a 12-week experiment on 169 primary school students, to examine the effects of exercise intervention on child physical self-esteem (Physical self-esteem is an important part of overall self-esteem and the earliest developed component of self-consciousness, involving the individual’s views and evaluations on their own appearance, physique, physical ability, etc.), self-concept, and mental health, as well as the mediating role of physical self-esteem and self-concept in the influence of exercise intervention on child mental health. The findings of the study include:

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Yan, J. (2022). Effects of Exercise Intervention on Child Mental Health. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 11(2), 1535–1536. Retrieved from https://bonoi.org/index.php/bece/article/view/812
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