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Exercise, Food
18-03

Adiposity and the isotemporal substitution of physical activity, sedentary time and sleep among school-aged children: a compositional data analysis approach

17-10

Optimal timing of exercise for influencing energy intake in children during school lunch

17-07

Associations Between Pedometer-Determined Physical Activity and Adiposity in Children and Adolescent: Systematic Review

16-10

Associations between exclusive breastfeeding and physical fitness during childhood

16-04

Effect of Physically Active Academic Lessons on Body Mass Index and Physical Fitness in Primary School Children

15-02

Predictors of meeting physical activity and fruit and vegetable recommendations in 9–11-year-old children

Exercise
18-02

Physical activity, diet and other behavioural interventions for improving cognition and school achievement in children and adolescents with obesity or overweight

18-02

Effectiveness of active school transport interventions: a systematic review and update

18-02

Physical activity patterns across time-segmented youth sport flag football practice

18-02

Physical Exercise Predicts Social Competence and General Well-Being in Chinese Children 10 to 15 Years Old: a Preliminary Study

18-02

Children's engagement with the outdoors and sports activities, UK: 2014 to 2015 (Office for National Statistics)

17-12

Impacts of active school design on school-time sedentary behavior and physical activity

17-11

Academic Achievement and Physical Activity: A Meta-analysis

17-11

Longitudinal physical activity trajectories from childhood to adulthood and their determinants: The Young Finns Study

17-11

Using functional data analysis to understand daily activity levels and patterns in primary school-aged children: Cross-sectional analysis of a UK-wide study

17-11

Evaluation of Youth Enjoyment Toward Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior

17-11

The influence of physical activity, sedentary behavior on health-related quality of life among the general population of children and adolescents

17-11

Childhood Sports Participation and Adolescent Sport Profile.

17-11

Physical Activity of German Children and Adolescents 2003–2012

17-10

88% of children take part in sport

17-09

Cycling to School and Body Composition, Physical Fitness, and Metabolic Syndrome in Children and Adolescents

17-09

Are Early Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviors Related to Working Memory at 7 and 14 Years of Age?

17-08

Modeling the Effect of Physical Activity on Obesity in China: Evidence from the Longitudinal China Health and Nutrition Study 1989–2011

17-07

Monkey bars, noodles and hay bales: a comparative analysis of social interaction in two school ground contexts

17-07

Spying on children during a school playground intervention using a novel method for direct observation of activities during outdoor play

17-07

Examining How Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status, Geographic Accessibility, and Informational Accessibility Influence the Uptake of a Free Population-Level Physical Activity Intervention for Children

17-07

Three-Year Study of Students’ Attitudes Toward Physical Education: Grades 4–8

17-07

Reclaiming streets for outdoor play: A process and impact evaluation of "Juega en tu Barrio" (Play in your Neighborhood), an intervention to increase physical activity and opportunities for play.

17-07

Changes in Physical Activity in the School, Afterschool, and Evening Periods During the Transition From Elementary to Middle School

17-07

The relationship between motor competence and health-related fitness in children and adolescents

17-06

Children’s physical activity during a segmented school week: results from a quasi-experimental education outside the classroom intervention

17-06

Parent-Child association in physical activity and sedentary behaviour

17-06

‘Drawing conclusions' Irish primary school children’s understanding of physical education and physical activity opportunities outside of school

17-06

Are children participating in a quasi-experimental education outside the classroom intervention more physically active?

17-06

School-based physical activity opportunities in PE lessons and after-school hours: Are they associated with children’s daily physical activity?

17-06

Promoting Parent and Child Physical Activity Together: Elicitation of Potential Intervention Targets and Preferences

17-06

Partnerships for Active Children in Elementary Schools: Outcomes of a 2-Year Pilot Study to Increase Physical Activity During the School Day

17-05

School grade and sex differences in domain-specific sedentary behaviors among Japanese elementary school children

17-05

Primary school children get less active with age

17-05

Context matters! sources of variability in weekend physical activity among families: a repeated measures study

17-05

The love of sport: an investigation into the perceptions and experiences of physical education amongst primary school pupils

17-03

Timing of the decline in physical activity in childhood and adolescence: Gateshead Millennium Cohort Study

17-03

Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and socioeconomic status among Finnish girls and boys aged 6–8 years

17-01

Levels and sociodemographic correlates of accelerometer-based physical activity in Irish children: a cross-sectional study

17-01

Recess in US schools to increase physical activity participation and improve academic achievement.

17-01

Leisure-time sport and overuse injuries of extremities in children age 6–13

17-01

Active travel to non-school destinations but not to school is associated with higher physical activity levels in an ethnically diverse sample of inner-city schoolchildren

17-01

Childhood temperament predictors of adolescent physical activity

17-01

Effects of a school-based intervention on active commuting to school and health-related fitness

16-12

Sedentary Behavior During School Recess in Southern Brazil

16-11

Physical activity may be a potent regulator of bone turnover biomarkers in healthy girls during preadolescence

16-10

Correlates of sedentary time in different age groups: results from a large cross sectional Dutch survey

16-10

A cross-sectional study of the relationship between parents’ and children’s physical activity

16-10

Pedometer-determined physical activity among youth in the Tokyo Metropolitan area

16-10

Associations among Elementary School Children's Actual Motor Competence, Perceived Motor Competence, Physical Activity and BMI

16-10

Prevalence and injury profile in Portuguese children and adolescents according to their level of sports participation

16-10

Characteristics of children’s physical activity during active play

16-10

Linking Psychological Need Satisfaction and Physical Activity to Dimensions of Health-Related Quality of Life During Adolescence

16-09

Effect of Exergaming on Physiological Response and Enjoyment During Recess in Elementary School-Aged Children

16-09

Child cyclists: A study of factors affecting their safety

16-09

Associations between asthma, overweight and physical activity in children

16-09

Effects of different physical education programmes on children’s skill- and health-related outcomes

16-09

A 5-year longitudinal analysis of modifiable predictors for outdoor play and screen-time of 2- to 5-year-olds

16-09

Single Leg Squat Performance in Active Adolescents Age 8 to 17 Years

16-08

Effectiveness evaluation of a health promotion programme in primary schools

16-08

Does home equipment contribute to socioeconomic gradients in Australian children’s physical activity, sedentary time and screen time?

16-08

Evaluation of Daily Physical Activity (DPA) policy implementation in Ontario: surveys of elementary school administrators and teachers

16-07

Start active, stay active: infographics on physical activity

16-07

Children spend only half as much time playing outside as their parents did

16-07

The association between environmental and psychosocial factors towards physical activity and screen time of children

16-06

Prenatal, birth and early life predictors of sedentary behavior in young people

16-06

Effectiveness of intervention strategies exclusively targeting reductions in children’s sedentary time

16-06

Physical Activity of Malaysian Primary School Children

16-05

Parental influence on children’s physical activity in urban green spaces in Turkey

16-05

Impact of a Community-Based Physical Activity Program on Fitness and Adiposity Among Overweight and Obese Children

16-05

Classes of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior in 5th Grade Children

16-04

A seven-year physical activity intervention for children increased gains in bone mass and muscle strength

16-04

Objectively measured physical activity and sedentary time: cross-sectional and prospective associations with adiposity

16-04

Objectively measured physical activity levels and sedentary time in 7–9-year-old Estonian schoolchildren

16-04

St Ninians primary school Daily Mile

16-03

Spatial physical activity patterns among primary school children living in neighbourhoods of varying socioeconomic status

16-03

Effects of Body Mass Index on Children's Physical Activity Levels in School-Based “Dance Dance Revolution”

16-03

Validity of an Athletic Skills Track among 6- to 12-year-old children

16-03

Complementing the Australian primary school Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum: exploring children's HPE learning experiences within varying school ground equipment contexts

16-03

Investigating elementary school children’s daily physical activity and sedentary behaviours during weekdays

16-03

Changes in developmental assets and physical activity frequency among 3rd–5th grade girls participating in a girl-focused sport-based positive youth development program

16-03

School rugby union and tackling … and ... ...should tackling be banned at school level?

16-03

Effects of 6-month soccer and traditional physical activity programmes on body composition, cardiometabolic risk factors, inflammatory, oxidative stress markers and cardiorespiratory fitness in obese boys

16-02

Physical activity guidelines and cardiovascular risk in children: a cross sectional analysis to determine whether 60 minutes is enough

16-02

Increasing physical activity levels in primary school physical education

16-02

More children more active: Tailored playgrounds positively affect physical activity levels amongst youth

16-02

Longitudinal levels and bouts of objectively measured sedentary time among young Australian children in the HAPPY study

16-02

Impact of a South African School-based Intervention, HealthKick, on Fitness Correlates

16-02

Long-term effects of physically active academic lessons on physical fitness and executive functions in primary school children

16-02

The efficiency of using dynamic games with technical elements from handball during the Physical Education lessons with primary school pupils

16-02

Does parental accompaniment when walking or cycling moderate the association between physical neighbourhood environment and active transport among 10–12 year olds?

16-02

Developmental pathways of change in fitness and motor competence are related to overweight and obesity status at the end of primary school

16-02

A new injury prevention programme for children’s football – FIFA 11+ Kids – can improve motor performance

16-01

Parental Involvement in a School-Based Child Physical Activity and Nutrition Program in Southeastern United States

16-01

Individual and School-Level Socioeconomic Gradients in Physical Activity in Australian Schoolchildren.

16-01

Effects of Motor versus Cardiovascular Exercise Training on Children's Working Memory.

16-01

Family-based interventions to increase physical activity in children

16-01

PE and sport premium: an investigation in primary schools

16-01

Integrating key competences in school physical education programmes

16-01

Healthy Pokes: After-school Education and Mentoring to Enhance Child Health

16-01

The Moderating Effect of Physical Activity on the Association Between ADHD Symptoms and Peer Victimization in Middle Childhood

16-01

Promoting Physical Activity With the Out of School Nutrition and Physical Activity Initiative

15-12

Health-related physical fitness is associated with total and central body fat in preschool children aged 3 to 5 years

15-12

Promoting Physical Activity With the Out of School Nutrition and Physical Activity (OSNAP) Initiative

15-12

Do Interventions to Increase Walking Work?

15-11

Independent Associations of Organized Physical Activity and Weight Status with Children’s Cognitive Functioning

15-11

Relations among basic psychological needs, PE-motivation and fundamental movement skills in 9–12-year-old boys and girls in Physical Education

15-11

Decline in objective physical activity over a 10-year period in a Japanese elementary school

15-11

Physical Activity Intensity, Lesson Context, and Teacher Interactions During an Unstructured Afterschool Physical Activity Program

15-10

Effect on Physical Activity of a Randomized Afterschool Intervention for Inner City Children in 3rd to 5th Grade.

15-10

Impact of prolonged sitting on vascular function in young girls

15-10

Play : a report by the all-party parliamentary group on a fit and healthy childhood

15-10

Associations between the neighbourhood built environment and out of school physical activity and active travel

15-10

Implementing classroom physical activity breaks: Associations with student physical activity and classroom behavior

15-10

Parental views of children’s physical activity: a qualitative study with parents from multi-ethnic backgrounds living in England

15-09

Miles ahead: school that fired starting gun on running revolution

15-09

Measuring the impact of outdoor learning on the physical activity of school age children: The use of accelerometry

15-09

Within- and between-day associations between children’s sitting and physical activity time

15-09

Acceptability and Potential Efficacy of Single-Sex After-School Activity Programs for Overweight and At-Risk Children

15-09

The influence of club football on children’s daily physical activity

15-09

Can ‘English Premier League’ funding for PE and school sport achieve its aims?

15-09

Do specific parenting practices and related parental self-efficacy associate with physical activity and screen time among primary schoolchildren?

15-08

Variability and Stability in Daily Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity among 10 Year Old Children

15-08

Associations between Active Commuting to School and Health-Related Physical Fitness in Spanish School-Aged Children

15-08

Organized Sport Participation Is Associated with Higher Levels of Overall Health-Related Physical Activity in Children

15-08

Active Transport, Physical Activity, and Distance Between Home and School in Children and Adolescents

15-07

Physical Activity Design Guidelines for School Architecture

15-07

Associations Between Parental Perceptions of the Neighbourhood Environment and Childhood Physical Activity

15-07

Sport participation, screen time, and personality trait development during childhood

15-07

Effect of Taekwondo Training on Physical Fitness and Growth Index According to IGF-1 Gene Polymorphism in Children

15-07

An effect of physical activity-based recreation programs on children’s optimism, humor styles, and school life adjustment

15-07

Can physical education and physical activity outcomes be developed simultaneously using a game-centered approach?

15-07

Change4Life: evidence review on physical activity in children

15-07

Associations Between Extracurricular Activity and Self-Regulation: A Longitudinal Study From 5 to 10 Years of Age

15-06

Children’s physical activity levels during primary school break times

15-06

The association between the parental perception of the physical neighborhood environment and children’s location-specific physical activity

15-06

What is the Relationship between Risky Outdoor Play and Health in Children?

15-06

Child fitness falls further than feared

15-06

Social and Environmental Factors Related to Boys’ and Girls’ Park-Based Physical Activity

15-06

"Should I let my child take more risks?"

15-06

"We're not saying video games should replace outdoor play, but …"

15-06

Reducing children's classroom sitting time using sit-to-stand desks: findings from pilot studies in UK and Australian primary schools

15-05

Using Virtual Pets to Promote Physical Activity in Children

15-05

Does playing a sports active video game improve young children's ball skill competence?

15-05

Empowering Young Children: Multi-Method Exploration of Young Children’s Preference for Natural or Manufactured Elements in Outdoor Preschool Settings

15-05

Modelling the contribution of walking between home and school to daily physical activity in primary age children

15-04

The contribution of organised sports to physical activity in Australia: Results and directions from the Active Healthy Kids Australia 2014 Report Card on physical activity for children and young people

15-04

Improving Academic Performance of School-Age Children by Physical Activity in the Classroom: 1-Year Program Evaluation

15-04

Association between participation in outdoor play and sport at 10 years old with physical activity in adulthood

15-04

A randomized controlled design investigating the effects of classroom-based physical activity on children’s fluid intelligence and achievement

15-04

Promoting physical activity for children and young people : Evidence Update March 2015

15-04

Effects of two physical education programmes on health- and skill-related physical fitness of Albanian children

15-04

The Tipping Point: confidence and attitudes in seven and eight year old girls

15-04

Vigorous physical activity rather than sedentary behaviour predicts overweight and obesity in pubertal boys: A 2-year follow-up study

15-04

Gaining insights into young people's playful wellbeing in woodland through art-based action research

15-03

Research into the impact of Bikeability training on children's ability to percieve and appropriately respond to hazards when cycling on the road

15-03

Aerobic Fitness, Micronutrient Status, and Academic Achievement in Indian School-Aged Children

15-03

A longitudinal study of bone area, content, density, and strength development at the radius and tibia in children 4-12 years of age exposed to recreational gymnastics

15-03

Effect of a Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program on School Day Step Counts in Children

15-03

Intensity- and Domain-specific Levels of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior in 10-14 Year-old Children

15-03

More children more active: Tailored playgrounds positively affect physical activity levels amongst youth

15-03

Community led active schools programme (CLASP) exploring the implementation of health interventions in primary schools: headteachers’ perspectives

15-03

Physical Activity, Sedentary Time, and Obesity in an International Sample of Children

15-03

Organizing “Play Streets” during school vacations can increase physical activity and decrease sedentary time in children

15-03

Children's active commuting to school: an interplay of self-efficacy, social economic disadvantage, and environmental characteristics.

15-03

Correlates of habitual physical activity and organized sports in German primary school children

15-03

Increasing girls’ physical activity during a short-term organized youth sport basketball program: A randomized controlled trial

15-03

A new website has been launched to help primary schools recruit and develop sports coaches

15-01

Knowing in primary physical education in the UK: negotiating movement culture

15-01

Physical education or playtime: which is more effective at promoting physical activity in primary school children?

15-01

YST National PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Survey Report

15-01

Daily Physical Activity and Screen Time, but Not Other Sedentary Activities, Are Associated with Measures of Obesity during Childhood in Malaysia

15-01

Cognitive and physiological effects of an acute physical activity intervention in elementary school children

15-01

Regional differences of physical activity and sedentary behaviour in Swiss children are not explained by socio-demographics or the built environment

15-01

Does teaching children to swim increase exposure to water or risk-taking when in the water? Emerging evidence from Bangladesh

15-01

Physical Activity Opportunities in Afterschool Programs

15-01

Effectiveness of a school-based physical activity intervention on obesity in school children

15-01

Prevalence of exercise-induced cough in schoolchildren

15-01

Daily Exercises and Education for Preventing Low Back Pain in Children

15-01

Nasal and bronchial response to exercise in children with seasonal allergic rhinitis out of the pollen season

15-01

A longitudinal study of the distance that young people walk to school

15-01

Motor Performance as Predictor of Physical Activity in Children: The CHAMPS Study

Mental Health 5-16+, Exercise
17-11

Associations between objectively measured physical activity and later mental health outcomes in children

16-02

Psychological distress leads to reduced physical activity and fitness in children

Education, Exercise
16-07

Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programming and Activity Enjoyment

16-06

Outcomes of a four-year specialist-taught physical education program on physical activity

16-05

Physical Activity and Cognitive Trajectories in Schoolchildren

16-04

After-school clubs and sports can improve academic performance during primary school

16-04

Primary school teachers and outdoor education: Varying levels of teacher leadership in informal networks of peers

16-04

Out school activities improve children's educational attainment

15-11

Does More Centrally Located School Promote Walking to School? Spatial Centrality in School-Neighborhood Settings.

15-11

Localization of Physical Activity in Primary School Children Using Accelerometry and Global Positioning System

Exercise, Health
15-11

Factors associated with motor performance among overweight and nonoverweight Tyrolean primary school children

Exercise, Lifestyle
15-10

Children’s implicit recall of junk food, alcohol and gambling sponsorship in Australian sport

Exercise, Food, Health
15-01

Healthy Kids Out of School: Using Mixed Methods to Develop Principles for Promoting Healthy Eating and Physical Activity in Out-of-School Settings in the United States

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