G. .. Critères-de-jugement,

H. .. Calculs-statistiques,

. Iv and . .. Résultats,

B. Données-socio-démographiques and .. .. ,

C. Résultats and .. .. ,

D. .. , Intention de pratique d'activité physique avec NAO

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C. .. Synchronisation,

E. .. Limites,

F. .. Implications,

. .. Conclusion,

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, Ont été réalisés des questionnaires évaluant la pratique habituelle d'activité physique, la vision de la robotique, l'intentionnalité et la motivation à la pratique de l'activité ainsi que la pratique de trois fois trois minutes d'activité physique avec NAO. Résultats : Malgré un poids plus important et un moins bon sentiment d'efficacité

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