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Combining Virtual Reality Gaming With Motor-Assisted Elliptical Impacts Children’s Engagement in Exercise

      To compare children’s self-selected effort and perceptions of engagement during motor-assisted elliptical (Pedi-ICARE) exercise performed with and without virtual reality (VR and NonVR, respectively).
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