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Purpose. this study investigated the association between physical activity (PA), motor competence (Mc), and perceived physical competence (PPc) in 56 boys and 65 girls aged 6-9 years. Methods. PA was recorded by Omron HJ-720It pedometers, Mc was assessed with the bruininks-Oseretsky test of Motor Proficiency, second edition, and PPc was determined with the physical competence subscale of the Pictorial Scale of Perceived competence and Social Acceptance for Young children, Greek version.doi:10.5114/hm.2018.73612 fatcat:f4x7iqgsgrgxxhkbdkc7ltymeq