Items where Author is "Anderson, Steven"

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Article

Archer, David, Hogg, Robert, Coulson, Morcombe, Soos, Istvan, Anderson, Steven, Innerd, Paul and Leyland, Sandra (2017) Influence of body mass index and gender on physical activity in primary school children during PE and non-PE school days. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 76. E33-E33. ISSN 0029-6651

Anderson, Steven, Leyland, Sandra and Ling, Jonathan (2017) Gender differences in motivation for participation in extra-curricular dance: Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Research in Dance Education, 18 (2). pp. 150-160. ISSN 1464-7893

Anderson, Steven, Leyland, Sandra and Ling, Jonathan (2013) UK Adolescent School Pupils' Beliefs about Participation in Extra-Curricular Dance. Sport and Art, 1 (3). pp. 75-81.

Conference or Workshop Item

Anderson, Steven (2017) Influence of BMI and gender on physical activity and sedentary behaviour in primary school children during PE and non-PE school days. In: Spring Conference of the Nutrition Society, 28 Mar 2017, University of Stirling. (In Press)

Anderson, Steven and Graham, S (2016) Transforming Assessment: Using a Rubric Approach Effectively to Support Learning. In: North East Regional Teaching and Learning Conference, 18 Mar 2016, Northumbria University. (Unpublished)

Anderson, Steven (2013) Elicitation of the salient modal beliefs that underpin secondary school pupils’ intention to participate in extra-curricular dance. In: Fuse's 5th Anniversary Conference – fuse@five, June 2013, Beamish Hall. (Unpublished)

Anderson, Steven (2013) The Theory of Planned Behaviour: Elicitation of the salient modal beliefs that underpin intention to participate in extra-curricular dance. In: Physical Activity Research in the North East, May 2013, Newcastle University. (Unpublished)

Anderson, Steven (2012) The Theory of Planned Behaviour: An elicitation study to identify the salient modal beliefs that underpin intention to participate in extra-curricular dance. In: UKCRC Public Health Research Centres of Excellence 3rd Annual Conference and Summer School, Jul 2012, Durham University.

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