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Are screen-based sedentary behaviors longitudinally associated with dietary behaviors and leisure-time physical activity in the transition into adolescence?

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Online attention

Altmetric score 32
  • 19 tweeters
  • 1 blogs
  • 1 Facebook pages
  • 1 news outlets
  • 167 Mendeley
  • 1 Citeulike

This article is in the 96th percentile (ranked 10,808th) of the 283,406 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals and the 88th percentile (ranked 6th) of the 53 tracked articles of a similar age in International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

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