Activity compensation and activity synergy in British 8-13 year olds.

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OBJECTIVES To examine whether children compensate for participating in physically active behaviors by reducing activity at other times (the 'activitystat' hypothesis); or alternatively become more active at other times (activity synergy). METHODS In 2002-2006, 345 British children (8-13 years) completed activity diaries and wore accelerometers. This… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2011.07.019

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