Dr Farid Bardid



Personal statement

I work at the University of Strathclyde's School of Education. I also work with Ghent University's Department of Movement and Sports Sciences where I graduated with a master's degree in Physical Education and Movement Sciences, and a doctorate in Health Sciences.


Construct validity of the English version of the perceived motor competence questionnaire in childhood (PMC-C)
Brandt Swantje, Utesch Till, Dreiskaemper Dennis, Bardid Farid
North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Virtual Conference, pp. S11-S12 (2020)
Profiles of physical fitness and fitness enjoyment among children : associations with sports participation
De Meester An, Norjali Wazir Mohd Rozilee Wazir, Lenoir Matthieu, Bardid Farid
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (2020)
Skill Acquisition Methods fostering Physical Literacy in Early-Physical Education (SAMPLE-PE) : rationale and study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial in 5-6-year-old children from deprived areas of North West England
Rudd James R, Crotti Matteo, Fitton-Davies Katie, O'Callaghan Laura, Bardid Farid, Utesch Till, Roberts Simon, Boddy Lynne M, Cronin Colum J, Knowles Zoe, Foulkes Jonathan, Watson Paula M, Pesce Caterina, Button Chris, Lubans David Revalds, Buszard Tim, Walsh Barbara, Foweather Lawrence
Frontiers in Psychology Vol 11 (2020)
Affective learning in physical education : a systematic review
Teraoka Eishin, Ferreira Heidi J, Kirk David, Bardid Farid
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (2020)
Motor development research : II. The first two decades of the 21st century shaping our future
Whitall Jill, Bardid Farid, Getchell Nancy, Pangelinan Melissa, Robinson Leah E, Schott Nadja, Clark Jane E
Journal of Motor Learning and Development (2020)
Assessing the acceptability of an adapted preschool obesity prevention programme : ToyBox-Scotland
Malden Stephen, Reilly John J, Hughes Adrienne, Bardid Farid, Summerbell Carolyn, De Craemer Marieke, Cardon Greet, Androutsos Odysseas, Manios Yannis, Gibson Ann-Marie
Child: Care, Health and Development Vol 46, pp. 213-222 (2020)

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Research interests

My research area is physical activity and health with a focus on motor development and learning in children and adolescents. My health research includes 3 broad themes: assessment and monitoring (e.g., observation tools, motion devices, reports), individual and environmental factors (e.g., self-perception, motivation, cognition), and intervention (e.g., design, delivery and evaluation). This comprehensive approach allows to further understand child development and to better promote an active and healthy lifestyle in young people.

Professional activities

2020 North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity conference (Event)
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (Journal)
Peer reviewer
International Motor Development Research Consortium (External organisation)
4th Strathclyde Early Years Educational Research Conference
Healthy & Active Children congress symposium
Healthy & Active Children congress symposium

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