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Aims and scope

JASSB focuses on the areas of physical activity, sedentary behavior, and sleep research. The journal embraces the development of knowledge and research that adopts a 24-hour approach when examining or manipulating physical activity, sedentary and sleep behaviors and their effect on health. Submissions that examine at least two of these behaviors simultaneously are encouraged. Behavioral interventions, randomised controlled trials, epidemiological studies, cross-sectional surveys, systematic reviews and compositional data analysis are all welcomed, as well as studies focussing on assessment technology or interventions with a focus on digital health.

Preparing your manuscript

Submissions to JASSB in any of the following article types will be accepted:

General formatting and submission guidelines for the journal can be found under Submission Guidelines.

Featured blog

Professor Corneel Vandelanotte talks about his experiences of creating a journal from conception to full launch and his vision for the journal. See the blog post here.
You can read his previous blog about the journal launch here.

Suggest your idea for a collection or special issue

We are always happy to hear from authors, editors and readers about what they want to see from the journal. We would therefore love to hear from you regarding any ideas or suggestions you might have for collections or special issues in Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors. If you have an idea for a special issue, please send an email to Corneel Vandelanotte with a description of the topic and, if available, a list of authors that you think would be interested in contributing to this collection or special issue.

  1. Authors: Dylan P. Cliff, Devan Antczak, Catherine E. Draper, Timothy Olds, Rute Santos, Diego Augusto Santos Silva, Mark S. Tremblay, Esther M.F. van Sluijs, Byron Kemp, Eivind Aadland, Katrine Aadland, Thayna Alves Bezerra, Jade Burley, Valerie Carson, Hayley E. Christian, Marieke De Craemer…

Editor's quote

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"Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep all influence one another and are all related to both physical and mental health outcomes. To improve health it is important that we increase our understanding of how these behaviors interact. Research in this area is increasing exponentially and JASSB is the first journal specifically dedicated to studying the combined effects of activity, sedentary and sleep behaviors."

Corneel Vandelanotte, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors

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