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  1. Parents’ own movement behaviours can influence those of their children, thus contributing to the health and well-being of the whole family. Parents experienced a shift in work and childcare responsibilities du...

    Authors: Scott Rollo, Abigail Sckrapnick, Julie E Campbell, Sarah A Moore, Guy Faulkner and Mark S Tremblay
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:17
  2. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep are interrelated and may have a synergistic impact on health. This systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies aimed to evaluate the combi...

    Authors: Mitch J. Duncan, Leah Murphy, Stina Oftedal, Matthew J. Fenwick, Grace E. Vincent and Sasha Fenton
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:19
  3. Studies to date that investigate combined impacts of health behaviors, have rarely examined device-based movement behaviors alongside other health behaviors, such as smoking, alcohol, and sleep, on cardiometab...

    Authors: Simone J.J.M. Verswijveren, Sara Dingle, Alan E. Donnelly, Kieran P. Dowd, Nicola D. Ridgers, Brian P. Carson, Patricia M. Kearney, Janas M. Harrington, Stephanie E. Chappel and Cormac Powell
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:16
  4. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep are key components to health and well-being. Compositional data analysis of activity data overcomes the limitations of traditional statistical approaches and c...

    Authors: Rachel G Curtis, Dot Dumuid, Hamish McCabe, Ben Singh, Ty Ferguson and Carol Maher
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:15
  5. How much time children spend sleeping, being sedentary and participating in physical activity affects their health and well-being. To provide accurate guidelines for children’s time use, it is important to und...

    Authors: Joshua Gauci, Timothy Olds, Carol Maher, Amanda Watson, François Fraysse, Mason Munzberg, Isaac Hoepfl and Dorothea Dumuid
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:14
  6. No citation analysis has examined peer-reviewed sedentary behaviour research articles, which is needed to assess the impact of this research and identify knowledge gaps. Therefore, this study aimed to identify...

    Authors: Aamir R. Memon, Sitong Chen, Quyen G. To and Corneel Vandelanotte
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:13
  7. Time-use estimates are typically used to describe 24-hour movement behaviours. However, these behaviours can additionally be characterised by other easily measured metrics. These include sleep quality (e.g., s...

    Authors: Stuart J. Fairclough, Lauren Clifford, Denver Brown and Richard Tyler
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:11
  8. People with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes (T2D) need to be physically active, including moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity (MVPA) and light-intensity physical activity (LIPA) and reduce time in ...

    Authors: Kristina Larsson, Philip Von Rosen, Jenny Rossen, Unn-Britt Johansson and Maria Hagströmer
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:10
  9. Pedometers have been shown to be effective for increasing physical activity, however the potential additional effects of activity trackers, and their added capacity to simultaneously modify sedentary behaviour...

    Authors: Daniel J. Ryan, Megan H. Ross, Joshua Simmich, Norman Ng, Nicola W. Burton, Nick Gilson, Toby Pavey, Wendy J. Brown and Sjaan R. Gomersall
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:12
  10. Well-being is a key aspect for healthy ageing and there is an established association between physical activity and well-being in ageing adults. Despite the recent interest in physical activity as part of a 24...

    Authors: Julie Vanderlinden, Gregory J. H. Biddle, Filip Boen and Jannique G. Z. van Uffelen
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:9
  11. Daily 24-h sleep–wake cycles have important implications for health, however researcher preferences in choice and location of wearable devices for behavior measurement can make 24-h cycles difficult to estimat...

    Authors: Erin E. Dooley, J. F. Winkles, Alicia Colvin, Christopher E. Kline, Sylvia E. Badon, Keith M. Diaz, Carrie A. Karvonen-Gutierrez, Howard M. Kravitz, Barbara Sternfeld, S. Justin Thomas, Martica H. Hall and Kelley Pettee Gabriel
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:8
  12. Early childhood is important for cognitive and social-emotional development, and a time in which to promote healthy movement behaviors (sedentary behavior, physical activity, and sleep). Movement behaviors may...

    Authors: Christine W. St. Laurent, Charlotte Lund Rasmussen, Jennifer F. Holmes, Amanda Cremone-Caira, Laura B. F. Kurdziel, Phillip C. Desrochers and Rebecca M. C. Spencer
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:7
  13. Insufficient physical activity and sedentary behaviour (SB) are important factors that determine cardiometabolic health and the development of non-communicable diseases. The aim of this study was to investigat...

    Authors: Wouter M. A. Franssen, Jarne Jermei, Hans H. C. M. Savelberg and Bert O. Eijnde
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:6
  14. Previous physical activity and sedentary behaviour studies during the pandemic have largely utilized online surveys, with known limitations including recall bias. Employing both device-based and self-reported ...

    Authors: Fitria Dwi Andriyani, Katrien De Cocker, Aprida Agung Priambadha and Stuart J. H. Biddle
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:5
  15. To examine associations between user engagement and activity-sleep patterns in a 12-week m-health behavioural intervention targeting physical activity and sleep.

    Authors: Leah L. Murphy, Ben J. Dascombe, Beatrice Murawski, Anna T. Rayward, Wendy J. Brown, Ronald C. Plotnikoff, Corneel Vandelanotte, Elizabeth G. Holliday and Mitch J. Duncan
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:4
  16. This systematic review examined if the composition of time spent in sleep, sedentary behaviour, and physical activity of different intensities is associated with health and developmental indicators in children...

    Authors: Samah Zahran, Carson Visser, Amanda Ross-White and Ian Janssen
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:1
  17. Good quality sleep, regular physical activity, and limited time spent sedentary are all considered individually important in promoting good mental health in children. However, few studies have examined the inf...

    Authors: Rachael W. Taylor, Jillian J. Haszard, Kim A. Meredith-Jones, Anita A. Azeem, Barbara C. Galland, Anne-Louise M. Heath, Barry J. Taylor and Dione Healey
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:3
  18. The World Health Organization (WHO) has developed guidelines for 24-h physical activity (PA), sedentary behaviour and sleep for young children. Lower socioeconomic status (SES) has been linked to a lower likel...

    Authors: Henriikka Koivukoski, Elina Hasanen, Asko Tolvanen, Terence Chua, Michael Chia, Hanna Vehmas and Arja Sääkslahti
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2023 2:2
  19. Physical inactivity has long been a global public health issue. In response to this, China published new Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Chinese People in 2021 (PASBG 2021). This is a ...

    Authors: Sitong Chen, Jiani Ma, Jintao Hong, Cheng Chen, Yanxiang Yang, Zhen Yang, Peixuan Zheng and Yiling Tang
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2022 1:9
  20. Reducing sedentary behaviour significantly improves cardiometabolic health and plays an important role in the prevention and management of cardiometabolic diseases. However, limited effective strategies have b...

    Authors: Wouter M. A. Franssen, Ine Nieste, Frank Vandereyt, Hans H. C. M. Savelberg and Bert O. Eijnde
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2022 1:8
  21. Maternal physical activity is beneficial to pregnant women, fetus and newborns. Evidence suggests that the level of physical activity in this group is not up to the expectation around the world. Lack of knowle...

    Authors: Madhawa Perera, Kumara Dissanayake and Lalith Senarathna
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2022 1:7
  22. How we spend our time and what we eat have important implications for our health. Evidence suggests that health-equivalent behaviour change options which result in the same benefit are available within both ti...

    Authors: Dorothea Dumuid, Maddison L. Mellow, Tyman E. Stanford, Kar Hau Chong, Susan M. Sawyer, Ashleigh E. Smith, Charlotte Lund Rasmussen, Alexandra Wade and Timothy Olds
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2022 1:6
  23. Control measures enacted to control the spread of COVID-19 appear to have impacted adolescent movement behaviours. It remains unclear how these changes relate to sociodemographic characteristics and indicators...

    Authors: Amanda Lien, Hugues Sampasa-Kanyinga, Karen A. Patte, Scott T. Leatherdale and Jean-Philippe Chaput
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2022 1:5
  24. It is recommended that children and adolescents spend ≥ 60 min per day of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, ≤ 2 h per day of recreational screen time, and 9–11 h of sleep per night for school-aged childr...

    Authors: Hugues Sampasa-Kanyinga, Hayley A. Hamilton and Jean-Philippe Chaput
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2022 1:4
  25. The study aimed to examine the cross-sectional associations between 24-h activity compositions and motor competence in children and adolescents, while stratifying by sex and school type (primary or secondary s...

    Authors: Richard Tyler, Andrew J. Atkin, Jack R. Dainty, Dorothea Dumuid and Stuart J. Fairclough
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2022 1:3
  26. The importance of all movement behaviours (i.e., sleep, sedentary behaviour, and physical activity) for children's health has led to the creation of national and international 24-h movement behaviour guideline...

    Authors: Nicholas Kuzik, John C. Spence, Kevin Arkko, Clara-Jane Blye, Jenna Davie, Ria Duddridge, Tyler Ekeli, April English, Evelyn Etruw, Stephen Hunter, Carminda Goersch Lamboglia, Autumn Nesdoly, Madison Predy, Rebecca Rubuliak, Brendan Wohlers, Kelsey Wright…
    Citation: Journal of Activity, Sedentary and Sleep Behaviors 2022 1:2

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