Adapted Physical Activity, Recreation, and Sport: Crossdisciplinary and Lifespan
Offering the most comprehensive coverage available and broadening the audience scope to include students majoring in exercise science or coaching who are preparing for nonteaching positions, this new edition features a lifespan, cross-disciplinary approach valuable for both teaching and non-teaching professionals. Adapted Physical Activity, Recreation, and Sport emphasizes attitude change, inclusion, and psychosocial perspectives for understanding individual differences.
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Teamwork Communication and Creativity
Adaptation Advocacy and Law
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