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  1. We previously demonstrated that a heuristic (i.e., evidence-based, rounded yet practical) cadence threshold of ≥ 100 steps/min was associated with absolutely-defined moderate intensity physical activity (i.e.,...

    Authors: Cayla R. McAvoy, Taavy A. Miller, Elroy J. Aguiar, Scott W. Ducharme, Christopher C. Moore, John M. Schuna Jr., Tiago V. Barreira, Colleen J. Chase, Zachary R. Gould, Marcos A. Amalbert-Birriel, Stuart R. Chipkin, John Staudenmayer, Catrine Tudor-Locke, Agnes Bucko and Jose Mora-Gonzalez
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:141
  2. Physical activity referral schemes (PARS) are complex multicomponent interventions that represent a promising healthcare-based concept for physical activity (PA) promotion. This systematic review and narrative...

    Authors: Eriselda Mino, Coral L. Hanson, Inga Naber, Anja Weissenfels, Sheona McHale, Jane Saftig, Sarah Klamroth, Peter Gelius, Karim Abu-Omar, Stephen Whiting, Kremlin Wickramasinghe, Gauden Galea, Klaus Pfeifer and Wolfgang Geidl
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:140
  3. Despite apparent shortcomings such as measurement error and low precision, self-reported sedentary time is still widely used in surveillance and research. The aim of this study was threefold; (i) to examine th...

    Authors: Atle Kongsvold, Mats Flaaten, Aleksej Logacjov, Eivind Schjelderup Skarpsno, Kerstin Bach, Tom Ivar Lund Nilsen and Paul Jarle Mork
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:139

    The Correction to this article has been published in International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:147

  4. Movement behaviours, including physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep have been shown to be associated with several chronic diseases. However, they have not been objectively measured in large-scale ...

    Authors: Yuanyuan Chen, Shing Chan, Derrick Bennett, Xiaofang Chen, Xianping Wu, Yalei Ke, Jun Lv, Dianjianyi Sun, Lang Pan, Pei Pei, Ling Yang, Yiping Chen, Junshi Chen, Zhengming Chen, Liming Li, Huaidong Du…
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:138
  5. The beneficial effect of acute physical exercise on cognitive performance has been studied in laboratory settings and in long-term longitudinal studies. Less is known about these associations in everyday envir...

    Authors: Tiia Kekäläinen, Martina Luchetti, Antonio Terracciano, Alyssa A. Gamaldo, Jacqueline Mogle, Hephzibah H. Lovett, Justin Brown, Timo Rantalainen, Martin J. Sliwinski and Angelina R. Sutin
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:137
  6. Active travel and school settings are considered ideal for promoting physical activity. However, previous research suggests limited effect of school-based interventions on overall physical activity levels amon...

    Authors: Lena Malnes, Sveinung Berntsen, Elin Kolle, Andreas Ivarsson, Sindre M. Dyrstad, Geir K. Resaland, Runar Solberg and Tommy Haugen
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:136
  7. Physical activity (PA) is critical for disease prevention and maintaining functional ability with aging. Despite this, as many as 50% of older adults in populations worldwide are considered insufficiently acti...

    Authors: Cassandra D’Amore, Stephanie Saunders, Neera Bhatnagar, Lauren E. Griffith, Julie Richardson and Marla K. Beauchamp
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:135
  8. To determine rates of compliance (i.e., supervised intervention attendance) and adherence (i.e., unsupervised physical activity completion) to high-intensity interval training (HIIT) among insufficiently activ...

    Authors: Alexandre Santos, Kyra Braaten, Megan MacPherson, Diego Vasconcellos, Mathew Vis-Dunbar, Chris Lonsdale, David Lubans and Mary E. Jung
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:134
  9. Eating frequency may affect body weight and cardiometabolic health. Intervention trials and observational studies have both indicated that high- and low-frequency eating can be associated with better health ou...

    Authors: Paul Blazey, Alireza Habibi, Nejat Hassen, Daniel Friedman, Karim M. Khan and Clare L. Ardern
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:133
  10. Healthy eating and active living policy, systems, and environmental (PSE) changes are implemented across the United States through Cooperative Extension. However, translating multisector PSE changes to practic...

    Authors: Bailey Houghtaling, Laura Balis, Nila Pradhananga, Melissa Cater and Denise Holston
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:132
  11. Living alone without someone to cook meals for them can happen more frequently in aging due to bereavement, divorce, or other family changes. Health risks to older adults due to poor cooking skills may be more...

    Authors: Yukako Tani, Takeo Fujiwara, Tatsuhiko Anzai and Katsunori Kondo
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:131
  12. Several previous studies have shown that excessive screen time is associated with an increased prevalence of dementia, Parkinson’s disease (PD), and depression. However, the results have been inconsistent. Thi...

    Authors: Hanzhang Wu, Yeqing Gu, Wenxiu Du, Ge Meng, Hongmei Wu, Shunming Zhang, Xuena Wang, Juanjuan Zhang, Yaogang Wang, Tao Huang and Kaijun Niu
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:130
  13. The use of health technologies and gamification to promote physical activity has increasingly been examined, representing an opportunistic method for harnessing social support inherent within existing social t...

    Authors: Courtney M. Monroe, Bo Cai, Sarah Edney, Danielle E. Jake-Schoffman, Keith Brazendale, Agnes Bucko, Bridget Armstrong, Chih-Hsiang Yang and Gabrielle Turner-McGrievy
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:129
  14. Preventing weight regain can only be achieved by sustained changes in energy balance-related behaviors that are associated with weight, such as diet and physical activity. Changes in motivation and self-regula...

    Authors: António L. Palmeira, Marta M. Marques, David Sánchez-Oliva, Jorge Encantado, Inês Santos, Cristiana Duarte, Marcela Matos, Almudena Carneiro-Barrera, Sofus C. Larsen, Graham Horgan, Falko F. Sniehotta, Pedro J. Teixeira, R. James Stubbs and Berit L. Heitmann
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:128
  15. How time is allocated influences health. However, any increase in time allocated to one behaviour must be offset by a decrease in others. Recently, studies have used compositional data analysis (CoDA) to estim...

    Authors: Aaron Miatke, Tim Olds, Carol Maher, Francois Fraysse, Maddison L Mellow, Ashleigh E Smith, Zeljko Pedisic, Jozo Grgic and Dorothea Dumuid
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:127
  16. Lifestyle interventions that target dietary and/or physical activity behaviours may impact cancer-related fatigue in cancer survivors. Changing lifestyle may be especially difficult for cancer survivors suffer...

    Authors: Judith de Vries-ten Have, Renate M. Winkels, Ellen Kampman and Laura H.H. Winkens
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:126
  17. Suboptimal rest-activity patterns in adolescence are associated with worse health outcomes in adulthood. Understanding sociodemographic factors associated with rest-activity rhythms may help identify subgroups...

    Authors: Chris Ho Ching Yeung, Jiachen Lu, Erica G. Soltero, Cici Bauer and Qian Xiao
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:125
  18. Public open spaces (POS) can offer various resources to promote visitation and engagement in moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA). However, the influence of seasonal variations and specific meteorolog...

    Authors: Cassiano Ricardo Rech, Carla Elane Silva Godtsfriedt, Gabriel Claudino Budal Arins, Viviane Nogueira de Zorzi, Joris Pazin, Adriano Akira Ferreira Hino and Adalberto Aparecido dos Santos Lopes
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:124
  19. Dietary change towards a diet low in greenhouse gas emissions (GHGEs) can reduce climate impact and improve individual-level health. However, there is a lack of understanding if diet interventions can achieve ...

    Authors: Stephanie Pitt, Linnea Sjöblom, Katarina Bälter, Ylva Trolle Lagerros and Stephanie E Bonn
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:123
  20. The Nutri-Score is a candidate for the harmonized mandatory front-of-pack nutrition label enabling consumers in the European Union to make healthier food choices. Nutri-Score classifies foods (including bevera...

    Authors: B. Øvrebø, A. L. Brantsæter, K. Lund-Iversen, L. F. Andersen, M. M. Paulsen and M. H. Abel
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:122
  21. Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) programs improve physical fitness, symptoms and quality of life (QoL) of patients with COPD. However, improved physical activity (PA) is not guaranteed after PR and the clinical b...

    Authors: Matthias Loeckx, Fernanda M. Rodrigues, Astrid Blondeel, Stephanie Everaerts, Wim Janssens, Heleen Demeyer and Thierry Troosters
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:121
  22. Children’s physical activity in England is more dependent on active clubs after the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it is unclear how the COVID-19 pandemic and related cost-of-living crisis have impacted on active...

    Authors: Robert Walker, Ruth Salway, Danielle House, Lydia Emm-Collison, Katie Breheny, Kate Sansum, Sarah Churchward, Joanna G Williams, Frank de Vocht, William Hollingworth and Russell Jago
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:120
  23. There is a lack of understanding of the potential utility of a chatbot integrated into a website to support healthy eating among young adults. Therefore, the aim was to interview key informants regarding poten...

    Authors: Lee M Ashton, Marc TP Adam, Megan Whatnall, Megan E Rollo, Tracy L Burrows, Vibeke Hansen and Clare E Collins
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:119
  24. Through the Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative (CFBAI), U.S. food companies pledge to only advertise healthier products in children’s television (TV) programming, but previous research shows t...

    Authors: Melissa L. Jensen, Frances Fleming-Milici and Jennifer L. Harris
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:118
  25. Physical behavior (PB) is a key lifestyle factor in regulating and preventing diseases across the lifespan. Researchers identified affective, cognitive, and contextual factors like weather conditions, as signi...

    Authors: Irina Timm, Markus Reichert, Ulrich W. Ebner-Priemer and Marco Giurgiu
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:117
  26. Previous cross-sectional and longitudinal observational studies revealed positive relationships between contextual built environment components and walking behavior. Due to severe restrictions during COVID-19 ...

    Authors: Marcia Spoelder, Merle C. A. Schoofs, Kevin Raaphorst, Jeroen Lakerveld, Alfred Wagtendonk, Yvonne A. W. Hartman, Erwin van der Krabben, Maria T. E. Hopman and Dick H. J. Thijssen
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:116
  27. Food product labelling can support consumer decision-making. Several food product labels (nutrition information panels (NIPs), ingredients lists, allergen declarations and country-of-origin) are mandated for p...

    Authors: Damian Maganja, Tazman Davies, Laura Sanavio, Jimmy C. Y. Louie, Mark D. Huffman, Kathy Trieu and Jason H. Y. Wu
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:105
  28. Intake-balance assessments measure energy intake (EI) by summing energy expenditure (EE) with concurrent change in energy storage (ΔES). Prior work has not examined the validity of such calculations when EE is...

    Authors: Paul R. Hibbing, Gregory J. Welk, Daniel Ries, Hung-Wen Yeh and Robin P. Shook
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:115
  29. Mental health problems in young people have become a global health burden. The positive effects of physical activity on mental health in adults are well known but still not clear in children. The aim of this s...

    Authors: Lu Yang, Eva Corpeleijn and Esther Hartman
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:114
  30. Most neighborhood food and activity related environment research in children has been cross-sectional. A better understanding of prospective associations between these neighborhood environment factors and chil...

    Authors: Qianxia Jiang, Bethany Forseth, Lauren Fitzpatrick, Helena H. Laroche, Sarah Hampl, Ann M. Davis, Chelsea Steel and Jordan Carlson
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:113
  31. Mandatory calorie labelling in the out-of-home food sector was introduced in England in 2022, and menu pricing strategies that ensure cost is equivalent to portion size (proportional pricing) have been propose...

    Authors: Amy Finlay, Emma Boyland, Andrew Jones, Rozemarijn Witkam and Eric Robinson
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:112
  32. Group Model Building (GMB) is a participatory system dynamics method increasingly used to address complex public health issues like obesity. GMB represents a set of well-defined steps to engage key stakeholder...

    Authors: Bai Li, Zouyan He, Remco Peters, Steven Allender, Yunfeng Zou, Weiwen Zhou, Jianfeng Lao, Bee Koon Poh and Boyd Swinburn
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:111
  33. Lifestyle behaviours related to smoking, alcohol, nutrition, and physical activity are leading risk factors for the development of chronic disease. For people in rural areas, access to individualised lifestyle...

    Authors: Jaimee Herbert, Tracy Schumacher, Leanne J. Brown, Erin D. Clarke and Clare E. Collins
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:110
  34. Interventions aimed at promoting physical activity (PA) behavior through habit formation pathways are gaining popularity, as they differ from conventional interventions that rely on intention pathways. Past re...

    Authors: Haoming Ma, Aoqi Wang, Runyuan Pei and Meihua Piao
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:109
  35. Teachers form a large and essential workforce globally. Their wellbeing impacts personal health-related outcomes with flow on effects for the health, and wellbeing of their students. However, food and nutritio...

    Authors: Tammie Jakstas, Berit Follong, Tamara Bucher, Andrew Miller, Vanessa A. Shrewsbury and Clare E. Collins
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:108
  36. Refugees have high levels of psychological distress that hamper lifestyle change efforts. We previously reported that community health educator (CHE) diabetes prevention interventions decreased HbA1c and depre...

    Authors: Julie A. Wagner, Angela Bermúdez-Millán, Thomas E. Buckley, Orfeu M. Buxton, Richard S. Feinn, Sengly Kong, Theanvy Kuoch, Lindsay Master and Mary F. Scully
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:107
  37. Physically Active Children in Education (PACE) is an effective implementation intervention for increasing the number of minutes classroom teachers schedule physical activity each week. To date, evaluations of PA...

    Authors: Alix Hall, Cassandra Lane, Luke Wolfenden, John Wiggers, Rachel Sutherland, Nicole McCarthy, Rebecca Jackson, Adam Shoesmith, Christophe Lecathelinais, Penny Reeves, Adrian Bauman, Karen Gillham, James Boyer, Patti-Jean Naylor, Nicola Kerr, Nicole Kajons…
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:106
  38. Educational inequalities in metabolic syndrome (MetS) are a growing public health concern. Intervening on modifiable factors may help reduce these inequalities, but there is a need for evidence on the long-ter...

    Authors: Liza A. Hoveling, Alexander Lepe, Michael Boissonneault, Joop A. A. de Beer, Nynke Smidt, Marlou L. A. de Kroon and Aart C. Liefbroer
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:104
  39. Physical activity in childhood is thought to influences health and development. Previous studies have found that boys are typically more active than girls, yet the focus has largely been on differences in aver...

    Authors: Luke Kretschmer, Gul Deniz Salali, Lars Bo Andersen, Pedro C. Hallal, Kate Northstone, Luís B. Sardinha, Mark Dyble and David Bann
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:103
  40. The benefit of physical activity (PA) for increasing longevity is well-established, however, the impact of diurnal timing of PA on mortality remains poorly understood. We aimed to derive circadian PA patterns ...

    Authors: Michael J. Stein, Hansjörg Baurecht, Anja M. Sedlmeier, Julian Konzok, Patricia Bohmann, Emma Fontvieille, Laia Peruchet-Noray, Jack Bowden, Christine M. Friedenreich, Béatrice Fervers, Pietro Ferrari, Marc J. Gunter, Heinz Freisling, Michael F. Leitzmann, Vivian Viallon and Andrea Weber
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:102
  41. Physically active learning (PAL) has emerged as a promising way of eliciting health and education-based outcomes for pupils. Concurrently, research suggests large variability in how PAL is perceived, operation...

    Authors: Anna Chalkley, Mathias Brekke Mandelid, Amika Singh, Geir Kare Resaland and Andrew Daly-Smith
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:101
  42. In view of the high burden of childhood overweight/obesity (OW/OB), it is important to identify targets for interventions that may have the greatest effects on preventing OW/OB in early life. Using methods of ...

    Authors: C. Börnhorst, I. Pigeot, S. De Henauw, A. Formisano, L. Lissner, D. Molnár, L. A. Moreno, M. Tornaritis, T. Veidebaum, T. Vrijkotte, V. Didelez and M. Wolters
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:100
  43. School-based physical activity (PA) promotion is usually conducted by providing one specific intervention. In contrast, the ACTIvity PROmotion via Schools (ACTIPROS) toolbox provides a set of twelve evidence-b...

    Authors: Berit Brandes, Louisa Sell, Christoph Buck, Heide Busse, Hajo Zeeb and Mirko Brandes
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:99
  44. Public transport users tend to accumulate more physical activity than non-users; however, whether physical activity is increased by financially incentivising public transport use is unknown. The trips4health stud...

    Authors: Jack. T. Evans, Oliver Stanesby, Leigh Blizzard, Kim Jose, Melanie J. Sharman, Kylie Ball, Stephen Greaves, Andrew J. Palmer, Katie Cooper, Seana L. Gall and Verity J. Cleland
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:98
  45. Ecological models suggest that interventions targeting specific behaviors are most effective when supported by the environment. This study prospectively examined the interactions between neighborhood walkabili...

    Authors: Mindy L. McEntee, Jane C. Hurley, Christine B. Phillips, Steven P. Hooker, Michael Todd, Lawrence D. Frank and Marc A. Adams
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:97
  46. Authors: Tess Langfeld, Katie Clarke, Lucile Marty, Andrew Jones and Eric Robinson
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:96

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  47. Movement behaviours (physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep) are important for pre-school children’s health and development. Currently, no tools with appropriate content validity exist that concurre...

    Authors: Sophie M. Phillips, Carolyn Summerbell, Kathryn R. Hesketh, Sonia Saxena and Frances C. Hillier-Brown
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:95
  48. The schoolyard environment provides key opportunities to promote physical activity and socioemotional development for children. Schoolyards can also serve as a community park resource outside of school hours. ...

    Authors: Marnie F. Hazlehurst, Kathleen L. Wolf, Cary Simmons, Carolina Nieto, Mary Kathleen Steiner, Kimberly A. Garrett, Anna V. Faino, Mònica Ubalde López, María López-Toribio and Pooja S. Tandon
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:94
  49. Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are the leading cause of death globally. The current model of care for high-income countries involves preventive medication and highly trained healthcare professionals, which is e...

    Authors: Delphine Le Goff, Naomi Aerts, Michele Odorico, Morgane Guillou-Landreat, Gabriel Perraud, Hilde Bastiaens, Geofrey Musinguzi, Jean-Yves Le Reste and Marie Barais
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:93
  50. Active workstations have been proposed as a feasible approach for reducing occupational sedentary time. This study used a network meta-analysis (NMA) to assess and compare the overall efficacy of active workst...

    Authors: Liying Zhou, Xinxin Deng, Meng Xu, Yanan Wu, Xue Shang, Fenfen E, Yongsheng Wang, Shanshan Liang, Kehu Yang and Xiuxia Li
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:92