Predicting and understanding physical activity behaviour during pregnancy: a multiphase investigation

PhD Thesis


De Vivo, M. 2017. Predicting and understanding physical activity behaviour during pregnancy: a multiphase investigation. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Human and Life Sciences
AuthorsDe Vivo, M.
TypePhD Thesis
Qualification namePhD
Year2017
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Completed2017
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