GENDER DIFFERENCES IN FUNDAMENTAL MOTOR SKILLS OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN FROM BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AND GERMANY
Keywords:fundamental motoric abilities, gender differences, locomotion, ball control.
Aim of this research was to assess differences between genders in relation to fundamental motor abilities of children from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Germany. Sample of respondents was comprised of 79 children, 39 from Bosnia and Herzegovina and 40 from Germany. The Test of Gross Motor Development (TGMD-3) was used in order to evaluate set goal of this research. Univariate analysis of variance was applied for the purpose of checking the research objectives. Research results have shown that girls from Bosnia and Herzegovina have achieved better results on locomotion subtest than the boys from Germany and have achieved better results on ball control test in comparison to the girls from Germany.
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