Associations between objectively assessed and self-reported sedentary time with mental health in adults: an analysis of data from the Health Survey for England

@inproceedings{Hamer2014AssociationsBO,
  title={Associations between objectively assessed and self-reported sedentary time with mental health in adults: an analysis of data from the Health Survey for England},
  author={Mark Hamer and Ngaire A Coombs and Emmanuel A. Stamatakis},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVE There is increasing interest in the association between sedentary behaviour and mental health, although most studies have relied solely on self-reported measures, thus making results prone to various biases. The aim was to compare associations between objectively assessed and self-reported sedentary time with mental health in adults. SETTING Community dwelling population sample drawn from the 2008 Health Survey for England. PARTICIPANTS 11 658 (self-report analysis) and 1947… CONTINUE READING
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