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  • Journal

    Biddle, S. J. H.

    Sedentary Behaviour at the Individual Level: Correlates, Theories, and Interventions

    2017 - Sedentary Behaviour Epidemiology

    In-text: (Biddle, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Biddle, S., 2017. Sedentary Behaviour at the Individual Level: Correlates, Theories, and Interventions. Sedentary Behaviour Epidemiology, pp.405-429.

  • Journal

    Lees, F. D., Clark, P. G., Nigg, C. R. and Newman, P.

    Barriers to Exercise Behavior among Older Adults: A Focus-Group Study

    2005 - Journal of Aging and Physical Activity

    In-text: (Lees, Clark, Nigg and Newman, 2005)

    Your Bibliography: Lees, F., Clark, P., Nigg, C. and Newman, P., 2005. Barriers to Exercise Behavior among Older Adults: A Focus-Group Study. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 13(1), pp.23-33.

  • Journal

    Lepp, A., Barkley, J. E., Sanders, G. J., Rebold, M. and Gates, P.

    The relationship between cell phone use, physical and sedentary activity, and cardiorespiratory fitness in a sample of U.S. college students

    2013 - International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

    In-text: (Lepp et al., 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Lepp, A., Barkley, J., Sanders, G., Rebold, M. and Gates, P., 2013. The relationship between cell phone use, physical and sedentary activity, and cardiorespiratory fitness in a sample of U.S. college students. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 10(1), p.79.

  • Journal

    Mason, J. E., Faller, Y., LeBouthillier, D. M. and Asmundson, G. J.

    Exercise anxiety: A qualitative analysis of the barriers, facilitators, and psychological processes underlying exercise participation for people with anxiety-related disorders

    2019 - Mental Health and Physical Activity

    In-text: (Mason, Faller, LeBouthillier and Asmundson, 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Mason, J., Faller, Y., LeBouthillier, D. and Asmundson, G., 2019. Exercise anxiety: A qualitative analysis of the barriers, facilitators, and psychological processes underlying exercise participation for people with anxiety-related disorders. Mental Health and Physical Activity, 16, pp.128-139.

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