Examining the bidirectional relationship between physical activity, screen time, and symptoms of anxiety and depression over time during adolescence.

@article{Gunnell2016ExaminingTB,
  title={Examining the bidirectional relationship between physical activity, screen time, and symptoms of anxiety and depression over time during adolescence.},
  author={Katie E. Gunnell and Martine F. Flament and Annick Buchholz and Katherine A Henderson and Nicole Obeid and Nicholas Schubert and Gary S. Goldfield},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={88},
  pages={147-52}
}
More physical activity (PA) and less screen time (ST) are positively associated with mental health in adolescents; however, research is limited by short-term designs and the exclusion of ST when examining PA. We examined: (a) changes in PA, ST, symptoms of depression, and symptoms of anxiety over four assessments spanning 11years, and (b) bidirectional relationships between initial PA, ST, and symptoms of depression and anxiety as predictors of change in each other during adolescence. Between… CONTINUE READING
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