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Interactions between psychosocial and built environment factors in explaining older adults' physical activity.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate ecological model predictions of cross-level interactions among psychosocial and environmental correlates of physical activity in 719 community-dwelling older adults in theExpand
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Implementing classroom physical activity breaks: Associations with student physical activity and classroom behavior.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the relation of classroom physical activity breaks to students' physical activity and classroom behavior. METHODS Six elementary-school districts in California implementedExpand
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Evaluating a brief self-report measure of neighborhood environments for physical activity research and surveillance: Physical Activity Neighborhood Environment Scale (PANES).
BACKGROUND Neighborhood environment attributes of walkability and access to recreation facilities have been related to physical activity and weight status, but most self-report environment measuresExpand
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Physical activity during youth sports practices.
OBJECTIVE To document physical activity (PA) during organized youth soccer and baseball/softball practices. DESIGN Cross-sectional study. SETTING Community sports leagues in San Diego County,Expand
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Is the relationship between the built environment and physical activity moderated by perceptions of crime and safety?
BackgroundDirect relationships between safety concerns and physical activity have been inconsistently patterned in the literature. To tease out these relationships, crime, pedestrian, and trafficExpand
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Gender and Age Differences in Hourly and Daily Patterns of Sedentary Time in Older Adults Living in Retirement Communities
Background Total sedentary time varies across population groups with important health consequences. Patterns of sedentary time accumulation may vary and have differential health risks. The purpose ofExpand
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A pilot study evaluating a one-session attention modification training to decrease overeating in obese children
There are a number of neurocognitive and behavioral mechanisms that contribute to overeating and obesity, including an attentional bias to food cues. Attention modification programs, which implicitlyExpand
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Validity of PALMS GPS scoring of active and passive travel compared with SenseCam.
PURPOSE The objective of this study is to assess validity of the personal activity location measurement system (PALMS) for deriving time spent walking/running, bicycling, and in vehicle, usingExpand
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Built environment characteristics and parent active transportation are associated with active travel to school in youth age 12–15
Purpose To investigate the relation of factors from multiple levels of ecological models (ie, individual, interpersonal and environmental) to active travel to/from school in an observational study ofExpand
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Reliability and validity of brief psychosocial measures related to dietary behaviors
BackgroundMeasures of psychosocial constructs are required to assess dietary interventions. This study evaluated brief psychosocial scales related to 4 dietary behaviors (consumption of fat,Expand
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