Peer-Reviewed, Refereed Publications

From 2006 to 2016 there was a 1300% increase in the number of publications. Between 2015 and 2016, there was a 10% decrease.

In recognition of all the great work done by all HALO staff and students (some of which may have occurred outside of HALO) this report includes all publications from 2016. HALO staff and students are indicated in bold.

  1. Adamo KB, Wilson S, Harvey AL, Grattan KP, Naylor PJ, Temple VA, Goldfield GS. Does intervening in childcare settings impact fundamental movement skill developmen Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(5):926-32, 2016.
  2. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Sigal RJ, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Phillips P, Malcolm J, Ma J, Doucette S, Gougeon R, Wells  GA,  Kenny  GP.  Effects  of  aerobic  training,  resistance  training,  or  both  on  cardiorespiratory  and musculoskeletal fitness in adolescents with obesity: the HEARTY trial.  Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41: 255–265, 2016.
  3. Alberga AS, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Prud’homme D, Goldfield GS. Promoting exercise for kids and teens: Let’s NOT talk about weight. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48 (5 supplement 1):153, 2016.
  4. Barnes JD, Cameron C, Carson V, Chaput JP, Faulkner GE, Janson K, Janssen I, Kramers R, LeBlanc AG, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Results from Canada’s 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl. 2):S110-116, 2016.
  5. Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. Changes in indicators of child and youth physical activity in Canada, 2005-2016. Canadian Journal of Public Health 107(6):e586-e589, 2016.
  6. Brunet J, Gunnell KE, Teixeira P, Sabiston CM, Bélanger M.  Should we be looking at the forest or the trees? Overall psychological needs satisfaction and individual needs as predictors of physical activity.  Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology 38:317-330, 2016.
  7. Burghard M, Knitel K, van Oost I, Tremblay MS, Takken T, and the Dutch Physical Activity Report Card Study Group. Is our youth cycling to health? Results from the Netherlands’ 2016 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl 2):S218-S224, 2016.
  8. Cameron JD, Maras D, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Borghese MM, Chaput JP, Alberga AS, Goldfield GS. The mediating role of energy intake on the relationship between screen time behaviour and body mass index in adolescents with obesity: the HEARTY study. Appetite 107:437-444, 2016.
  9. Cameron JD, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Phillips P, Doucette S, Goldfield GS. . Body composition and energy intake – skeletal muscle mass is the strongest predictor of food intake in obese adolescents: The HEARTY trial. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(6):611-617, 2016.
  10. Cameron JD, Goldfield GS, Riou MÈ, Finlayson GS, Blundell JE, Doucet É. Energy depletion by diet or aerobic exercise alone: impact of energy deficit modality on appetite parameters. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 103(4):1008-16, 2016.
  11. Campbell N, Gray C, Foley L, Maddison R, Prapavessis H. A domain specific approach for assessing physical activity efficacy in adolescents: from scale conception to predictive validity. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 22:20-26, 2016.
  12. Campbell N, Gaston A, Gray C, Rush E, Maddison R, Prapavessis P. The short questionnaire to assess health -enhancing (SQUASH) physical activity in adolescents: A validation using doubly labelled water. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(2):154-158, 2016.
  13. Carson V, Hunter S, Kuzik N, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Chaput JP, Saunders TJ, Katzmarzyk PT, Okely AD, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Lee H, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school- aged children and youth: an update. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S240-S265, 2016.
  14. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP, Chastin SFM. Associations between sleep duration, sedentary time, physical activity and health indicators among Canadian children and youth using compositional analyses. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S294-S302, 2016.
  15. Carson V, Hunter S, Kuzik N, Wiebe SA, Spence JC, Friedman A, Tremblay MS, Slater L, Hinkley T. Systematic review of physical activity and cognitive development in early childhood. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 19:573-578, 2016.
  16. Chaput JP, Janssen I. Sleep duration estimates of Canadian children and adolescents. Journal of Sleep Research 25:541-548, 2016.
  17. Chaput JP. Les enfants sont-ils trop fatigués pour bouger? Journal Propulsion 29:19-22, 2016.
  18. Chaput JP, Dutil C. Lack of sleep as a contributor to obesity in adolescents: impacts on eating and activity behaviors. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 13:103, 2016.
  19. Chaput JP, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Carson V, Gruber R, Olds T, Weiss S, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Belanger K, Eryuzlu S, Callender L, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S266-S282, 2016.
  20. Chaput JP, Weippert M, LeBlanc AG, Hjorth MF, Michaelsen KF, Katzmarzyk PT, Tremblay MS, Barreira TV, Broyles ST, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Sjödin AM; for the ISCOLE Research Group. Are children like werewolves? Full moon  and  its  association with  sleep  and  activity  behaviors in  an  international sample of  children.  Frontiers in Pediatrics 4:24, 2016.
  21. Chaput JP, Genin PM, Le Moel B, Pereira B, Boirie Y, Duclos M, Thivel D. Lean adolescents achieve higher intensities but not higher energy expenditure while playing active video games compared with obese ones. Pediatric Obesity 11:102-106, 2016.
  22. Chaput JP. Is sleep deprivation a contributor to obesity in children? Eating and Weight Disorders 21:5-11, 2016.
  23. Chaput JP, LeBlanc AG. More on current status and needed research in G4H for children – The challenge. Games for Health Journal 5:13-14, 2016.
  24. Chaput JP, Tremblay A, Pereira B, Boirie Y, Duclos M, Thivel D. Food intake response to exercise and active video gaming in adolescents: effect of weight status. British Journal of Nutrition 115:547-553, 2016.
  25. Chaput JP, Jomphe-Tremblay S, Lafrenière J, Patterson S, McNeil J, Ferraro ZM. Reliability of a food menu to measure energy and macronutrient intake in adolescents. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 70:104-108, 2016.
  26. Colapinto CK, O’Connor DL, Sampson M, Williams B, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of adverse health outcomes associated with high serum or red blood cell folate concentrations. Journal of Public Health 38(2):e84-e97, 2016.
  27. Faulkner G, White L, Raizi N, Latimer-Cheung AE, Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: Exploring the perceptions of stakeholders regarding their acceptability, barriers to uptake, and dissemination. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(6 suppl.3):S303-S310, 2016.
  28. Francis CE, Longmuir PE, Boyer C, Andersen LB, Barnes JD, Boiarskaia E, Cairney J, Faigenbaum AD, Faulkner G, Hands BP, Hay JA, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Kemper HCG, Knudson D, Lloyd M, McKenzie TL, Olds TS, Sacheck JM, Shephard RJ, Zhu W, Tremblay MS. The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Development of a model of children’s capacity for a healthy, active lifestyle through a Delphi process. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13:214-222, 2016.
  29. Gainforth HL, Jarvis JW, Berry TR, Chulak-Bozzer T, Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MSLatimer-Cheung AE. Evaluating the ParticipACTION Think Again! Campaign. Health Education and Behavior 43(4):434-441, 2016.
  30. Garriguet D, Carson V, Colley RC, Janssen I, Timmons BW, Tremblay MS. Physical activity and sedentary behaviour of Canadian children aged 3 to 5. Health Reports 27(9):14-23, 2016.
  31. Goldfield GS, Harvey ALJ, Grattan KP, Temple V, Naylor PJ, Alberga AS, Ferraro ZM, Wilson S, Cameron JD, Barrowman N, Adamo KB. Effects of child care intervention on physical activity and body composition. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 51(2):225-31, 2016.
  32. Goldfield GS, Murray M, Maras D, Wilson AL, Phillips P, Kenny GP, Hadjiyannakis S, Alberga A, Cameron JD, Tulloch H, Sigal RJ.. Screen time is associated with depressive symptomatology among obese adolescents: a HEARTY study. European Journal of Pediatrics 175(7):909-919; 2016.
  33. Gunnell KE, Bélanger M, Brunet J. A tale of two models: changes in psychological need satisfaction and physical activity over 3 years. Health Psychology 35:167-177, 2016.
  34. Gunnell KE, Flament MF, Buchholz A, Henderson K A, Obeid N, Schubert N, Goldfield GS. Examining the bidirectional relationship between physical activity, screen time, and symptoms of anxiety and depression over time during adolescence. Preventive Medicine 88:147-152, 2016
  35. Gunnell KE, Brunet J, Sabiston CM, Bélanger M. Linking psychological need satisfaction and physical activity to health- related quality of life during adolescence: A test of direct, reciprocal, and mediating effects. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology 38:367-380, 2016.
  36. Harrington DM, Gillison F, Broyles ST, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, LeBlanc AG, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Katzmarzyk PT; ISCOLE Research Group. Household-level correlates of children’s physical activity levels in and across 12 countries. Obesity 24:2150-2157, 2016.
  37. Hjorth MF, Sjödin A, Dalskov SM, Damsgaard CT, Michaelsen KF, Biltoft-Jensen A, Andersen R, Ritz C, Chaput JP, Astrup A. Sleep duration modifies effects of free ad libitum school meals on adiposity and blood pressure. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41:33-40, 2016.
  38. Jayaraman GC, Roberts KC, Tremblay MS. Recent trends in the prevalence of overweight and obesity among Canadian children: Rood and Sharma. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 2016. cmaj.150854doi:10.1503/cmaj.150854.
  39. Katzmarzyk PT, Broyles ST, Champagne CM, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P. Relationship between soft drink consumption and obesity in 9-11 year old children in a multi-national study. Nutrients 8:770, 2016.
  40. Larouche R, Garriguet D, Gunnell KE, Goldfield GG, Tremblay MS. Outdoor time, physical activity and health-related indicators among children: the 2012-2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Health Reports 27(9):3-13, 2016.
  41. Larouche R, Faulkner G, Tremblay MS. Active travel and adults’ health: the 2007-2011 Canadian Health Measures Surveys. Health Reports 27(4):10-18, 2016.
  42. Larouche R, Tremblay MS, Goldfield GS. Association Between Active Travel and Depression: Some Clarifications Needed (Letter to the Editor). Journal of Adolescent Health 58:582-e586, 2016.
  43. Larouche R, Stone M, Buliung RN, Faulkner G. “I’d rather bike to school!”: profiling children who would prefer to cycle to school. Journal of Transport & Health 3:377-385, 2016
  44. Larouche R, Garriguet D,  Tremblay MS. Outdoor time,  physical activity and  sedentary behaviour among young children: the 2012-2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Canadian Journal of Public Health 107 (6):e500-e506, 2016.
  45. Latimer-Cheung AE, Copeland JL, Fowles J, Zehr L, Duggan M, Tremblay MS. The Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: Implications for practitioners, professionals, and organizations. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(6 suppl.3):S328-S335, 2016.
  46. LeBlanc AG, Boyer C, Borghese MM, Chaput JP, Leduc G, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE. Canadian physical activity and screen time guidelines: do children know? Health Behavior and Policy Review 3:444-454, 2016.
  47. Lewis LK, Maher C, Belanger K, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP, Olds T. At the mercy of the gods: associations between weather, physical activity, and sedentary time in children. Pediatric Exercise Science 28:152-163, 2016.
  48. Lizotte C, Larouche R, LeBlanc AG, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP. Investigation of new correlates of physical literacy in children. Health Behavior and Policy Review 3:110-122, 2016.
  49. Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS. Top 10 research questions related to physical literacy. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 87:28-35, 2016.
  50. Longmuir PE, Yap L, Bravo C, Lee SL, Brandão L. Body contact risk during childhood physical activity: Feasibility of a novel method for objective measurements to inform the care of children at risk for bleeding injuries. Haemophilia 22(1):126-33, 2016.
  51. Mack DE, Wilson PM, Crouch M, Gunnell KE. Evaluating the quality and accuracy of online physical activity resources for individuals living with osteoporosis. Educational Gerontology 42:321-329, 2016.
  52. Mack DE, Wilson PM, Gunnell KE. Land of confusion: Unpacking the relationship between physical activity and well – being in individuals with osteoporosis. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 10:212-229, 2016.
  53. Manyanga T, Makaza D, Mahachi C, Mlalazi TF, Masocha V, Makoni P, Tapera E, Khumalo B, Rutsate SH, Tremblay MS. Results from Zimbabwe’s 2016 Report Card on Physical Activity of Children and Youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl 2):S337-S342, 2016.
  54. Manyanga T, Sellers EAC, Wicklow BA, Doupe M, Fransoo R. Is the change in body mass index among youth diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus associated with obesity at transition from pediatric to adult services? Pediatric Diabetes 17(8):599-607, 2016.
  55. Maras D, Obeid N, Flament M. Buchholz A, Henderson KA, Gick M, Goldfield GS. Attachment Style and Obesity: Disordered Eating Behaviors as a mediator in a community sample of Canadian youth. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 37(9):762-770, 2016.
  56. McVeigh JA,  Winkler  EAH,  Howie  EK,  Tremblay  MS,  Smith  A,  Abbott  RA  Eastwood  PR,  Healy  GN,  Straker  LM. Objectively measured patterns of sedentary time and physical activity in young adults of the Raine Study cohort. International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity 13:41, 2016.
  57. Michaud I, Chaput JP. Are Canadian children and adolescents sleep deprived? Public Health 141:126-129, 2016.
  58. Murray M, Maras D, Goldfield GS. Excessive time on social networking sites and disordered eating behaviors among undergraduate students: Appearance and weight esteem as mediating pathways. Cyberpsychology, Behaviour and Social Networking 19(12):709-715, 2016.
  59. Muthuri SK, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS, Broyles ST, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Church TS, Katzmarzyk PT; ISCOLE Research Group. Relationships between parental education and overweight with child hood overweight and physical activity in 9-11 year old children: results from a 12-country study. PLoS One 11:e0147746, 2016.
  60. Muthuri SK, Wachira L-JM, Onywera VO, Tremblay MS. Associations between parental perceptions of the neighbourhood environment and childhood physical activity: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13:333-343, 2016.
  61. Nielsen MS, Quist JS, Chaput JP, Dalskov SM, Damsgaard CT, Ritz C, Astrup A, Michaelsen KF, Sjödin A, Hjorth MF. Physical activity, sedentary time, and sleep and the association with inflammatory markers and adiponectin in 8 – to 11-year-old Danish children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13:733-739, 2016.
  62. Ockenden H, Gunnell KE, Giles A, Nerenberg K, Goldfield G, Manyanga T, Adamo K. Development and preliminary validation of a comprehensive questionnaire to assess women’s knowledge and perception of the current weight gain guidelines during pregnancy. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13:1-18, 2016.
  63. Oyeyemi AL, Kasoma SS, Onywera VO, Assah F, Adedoyin RA, Conway TL, Moss SJ, Ocansey R, Kolbe-Alexander TL, Akinroye KK, Prista A, Larouche R, Gavand KA, Cain KL, Lambert EV, Aryeetey R, Bartels C, Tremblay MS, Sallis JF. NEWS for Africa: Adaptation and reliability of a built environment questionnaire for physical activity in seven African countries. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 13:33, 2016.
  64. Pfaeffli Dale L, LeBlanc AG, Orr K, Berry T, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung AE, O’Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Canadian physical activity guidelines for adults: are Canadians aware? Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41:1008-1011, 2016.
  65. Poitras VJ, Gray CE, Borghese MM, Carson V, Chaput JP, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Pate R, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of the relationships between objectively measured physical activity and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S197- S239, 2016.
  66. Quist JS, Sjödin A, Chaput JP, Hjorth MF. Sleep and cardiometabolic risk in children and adolescents. Sleep Medicine Reviews 29:76-100, 2016.
  67. Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Berry T, Deshpande S, Faulkner G, Latimer-Cheung A, O’Reilly N, Tremblay MS. Understanding action control of parent support behavior for child physical activity. Health Psychology 35(2):131-140, 2016.
  68. Roman-Viñas B, Chaput JP, Katzmarzyk PT, Fogelholm M, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Tremblay MS and for the ISCOLE Research Group. Proportion of children meeting recommendations for 24-hour movement guidelines and associations with adiposity in a 12-country study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 13:123, 2016.
  69. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP. Use of social networking sites and alcohol consumption among adolescents. Public Health 139:88-95, 2016.
  70. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP, Hamilton HA, Larouche R. School bus travel is associated with bullying victimization among Canadian male, but not female, middle and high school students. Child Abuse & Neglect 58:141-148, 2016.
  71. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP. Use of social networking sites and adherence to physical activity and screen time recommendations in adolescents. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13:474-480, 2016.
  72. Sampasa-Kanyinga H, Chaput JP, Hamilton HA. Use of social networking sites and perception and intentions regarding body weight among adolescents. Obesity Science and Practice 2:32-39, 2016.
  73. Saunders TJ, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Chaput JP, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Olds T, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay MS, Carson V. Combinations of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep: relationships with health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S283-S293, 2016.
  74. Silva DAS, Tremblay M, Pelegrini A, Silva RJS, Cabral de Oliveira AC, Petroski EL. Association between aerobic fitness and high blood pressure in adolescents in Brazil: evidence for criterion-referenced cut-points. Pediatric Exercise Science 28:312-320, 2016.
  75. Stephens SL, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G, Beyene J, Nguyen TH, Koohsary S, Limenis E, Feldman BM. Validity of the Stage of Exercise Scale in children with rheumatologic conditions. Journal of Rheumatology 43:2189-2198, 2016.
  76. Stephens S, Takken T, Esliger DW, Pullenayegum E, Beyene J, Tremblay MS, Schneiderman JE, Biggar D, Longmuir P, McCrindle B, Abad A, Ignas DM, van der Net J, Feldman BM. Validation of accelerometer prediction equations in children with chronic disease. Pediatric Exercise Science 28:117-132, 2016.
  77. Traversy GP, Chaput JP. Obese children do not need to increase their physical activity any more than their lean counterparts do. Frontiers in Pediatrics 4:35, 2016.
  78. Tremblay MS, Carson V, Chaput JP. Introduction to the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):iii-iv, 2016.
  79. Tremblay MS, Carson V, Chaput JP, Connor Gorber S, Dinh T, Duggan M, Faulkner G, Gray CE, Gruber R, Janson K, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Kho ME, Latimer-Cheung AE, LeBlanc C, Okely AD, Olds T, Pate RR, Phillips A, Poitras VJ, Rodenburg S, Sampson M, Saunders TJ, Stone JA, Stratton G, Weiss SK, Zehr L. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 3):S311-S327, 2016.
  80. Tremblay MS, Gonzalez SA, Katzmarzyk PT, Onywera VO, Reilly JJ, Tomkinson G. Introduction to the Global Matrix 2.0: Report Card Grades on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth Comparing 38 Countries. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl 2):S85-S86, 2016.
  81. Tremblay MS, Barnes JD, González SA, Katzmarzyk PT, Onywera VO, Reilly JJ, Tomkinson GR, and the Global Matrix 2.0 Research Team (Aguilar-Farias N, Akinroye KK, Al-Kuwari MG, Amornsriwatanakul A, Aubert S, Belton S, Gołdys A, Herrera-Cuenca M, Jeon JY, Jürimäe J, Katapally TR, Lambert EV, Larsen LR, Liu Y, Löf M, Loney T, López y Taylor JR, Maddison R, Manyanga T, Morrison SA, Mota J, Murphy MH, Nardo Junior N, Ocansey RT-A, Prista A, Roman-Viñas B, Schranz NK, Seghers J, Sharif R, Standage M, Stratton G, Takken T, Tammelin TH, Tanaka C, Tang Y, Wong SH). Global Matrix 0: Report Card Grades on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth Comparing 38 Countries. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 13(Suppl 2):S343-S366, 2016.
  82. Valois DD, Novoa DC, Davis CG. Since you’ve been gone: Coping with a relationship breakup. Journal of Interpersonal Relations, Intergroup Relations and Identity 9:10-21, 20.
  83. White L, Luciani A, Berry TR, Deshpande S, Latimer-Cheung A, O’Reilly N, Rhodes RE, Spence JC, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Sports Day in Canada: A longitudinal evaluation. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education 54(1):12-23, 201.
  84. Zhao P, Liu E, Qiao Y, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput JP, Fogelholm M, Johnson WD, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia JA, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Hu G; for the ISCOLE Research Group. Maternal gestational diabetes and childhood obesity at age 9 -11: results of a multinational study. Diabetologia 59:2339-2348,

Non Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Alberga AS, Prud’homme D, Sigal RJ, Goldfield GS, Hadjiyannakis S, Gougeon R, Phillips P, Malcolm J, Wells, Doucette S, Ma J, and Kenny G Effects of aerobic training, resistance training or both on fitness in adolescents with obesity: the HEARTY trial. Communiqué, December 2016.
  2. Gunnell KE,  Flament  MF,  Buchholz  A,  Henderson  K,  Obeid  N,  Schubert  N,  Goldfield  GS.  Are  there  reciprocal relationships between physical activity and screen time and symptoms of depression and anxiety in adolescents? Research Spot light in Perseverance: Newsletter of the Canadian Psychological Association’s Sport and Exercise Psychology Section, 1, May 2016  http://www.cpa.ca/aboutcpa/cpasections/sportandexercise/
  3. Gunnell KE, Flament MF, Buchholz A, Henderson K, Obeid N, Schubert N, Goldfield Screen time, Mental Health, & Activity in Youth. Guest blog written for the Team to Address Bariatric Care in Canadian Children (Team ABC3), 2016 Retrieved  https://teamabc3.com/2016/05/04/screen-time-mental-health-activity-in-youth/
  4. Poitras VJ. Guest Blog Post on Obesity Panacea, titled “Physical activity in children and youth: something is better than nothing, and more is better!” Available at: http:/blogs.plos.org/obesitypanacea, 201
  5. Tremblay MS, Poitras VJ. Integrating physical activity, sleep and sedentary behaviour – a world first! WellSpring 27(9):1-4, 2016. (Alberta Centre for Active Living)
  6. Tremblay MS, Barnes J, LeBlanc A, Janson Are Canadian kids too tired to move? 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. WellSpring 27(7):1-4, 2016. (Alberta Centre for Active Living)
  7. Tremblay MS, Prince SA, Ham, J, Barnes J. Major Initiatives Related to Childhood Obesity and Physical Inactivity in Canada: 2014 Year in Review, 2016. Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Published Abstracts

Between 2006 and 2016 there was a 213% increase in the number of published abstracts; between 2015 and 2016, there was a 32% decrease.

In recognition of all the great work done by all HALO staff and students (some of which may have occurred outside of HALO) this report includes all abstracts from 2016. HALO staff and students are indicated in bold.

  1. Alpous A, Longmuir PE. Canadian Physical Literacy Screen: Simple, quick, and accurate identification of children with important physical literacy deficits. Pediatric Exercise Science 28 (Suppl):16, 201.
  2. Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. Assessing change in indicators of child and youth physical activity in Canada, 2005 -2016. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(9(Suppl. 4)):S339, 2016.
  3. Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. Assessing change in indicators of child and youth physical activity in Canada, 2005-2015. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(5 suppl):822, 2016.
  4. Belanger K, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE, Barnes J, Sheehan D, Copeland JL, Woodruff SJ, Bruner B, Law B, Martin LJ, Kolen AM, Stone M, Huybers Withers S, Anderson K, Lane KN, Hall N, Gregg M, Saunders TJ, MacDonald D. Physical literacy domain scores in Canadian children meeting and not meeting Canada’s physical activity guidelines. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(5 suppl):267, 2016.
  5. Biagé, A., Guérin, E., Goldfield, GS, Doucet, É., Strychar, I., & Prud’homme, D. Influence of menopause transition and physical activity on stress perception: A MONET Group Study. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise 48(5S suppl. 2):425, 2016.
  6. Blais A, Longmuir PE. An interactive gym game to assess physical activity adequacy and predilection: The CSAPPA Questionnaire for children unable to read and write. Pediatric Exercise Science 28 (Suppl):48, 2016.
  7. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP, Chastin S. Associations between physical activity, sedentary time, sleep, and adiposity indicators of Canadian children and youth using compositional analyses. Obesity Reviews 17(Suppl. 2):86, 2016.
  8. Chaput JP, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Carson V, Gruber R, Olds T, Weiss S, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Belanger K, Eryuzlu S, Callender L, Tremblay MS. Sleep duration and health indicators in children and adolescents: a systematic review. Sleep 39:A337, 2016.
  9. Chaput JP. Too long or too short? What is the right sleep duration for children. Obesity Reviews 17(Suppl. 2):56, 2016.
  10. Cinanni N, Di Cristofaro NA, Ertel E, Lee S, Shanmugam G, Adamo K, Barrowman N, Tremblay MS, Dillenburg R, Timmons BW, Longmuir PE. Physical inactivity in very young children with congenital heart defects cannot be explained by motor development, hospitalization or cardiopulmonary bypass exposure. Pediatric Exercise Science 28 (Suppl):50, 2016.
  11. Donahoe K, MacDonald DJ, Tremblay MS, Saunders T. Validation of PiezoRx-determined sedentary time. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(9(Suppl. 4)):S354, 2016.
  12. Dutil C, Anderson KD, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Lane KN, Law B, MacDonald DJ, Martin LJ, Saunders TJ, Sheehan D, Stone M, Woodruff SJ, Barnes JD, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy domain scores are more susceptible to the relative age effect in girls than boys. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(Suppl. 4):S355, 2016.
  13. Gunnell KE, Brunet J, Sabiston CM, Bélanger M. Direct, indirect and reciprocal relationships between psychological need satisfaction and physical activity in adolescents: Their effect on health-related quality of life. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, issue number pending. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 37(Supp):S195, 2016.
  14. Lang JJ, Dale M, LeBlanc AG, Belanger K, Ortega FB, Léger L, Tremblay MS, Tomkinson GR. Systematic review and analysis of 20 m shuttle run results in children and youth. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(5 suppl):823, 2016.
  15. Larouche R, He  JX,  Calderwood  K,  Chaput  JP,  Leduc  G,  Boyer  C,  LeBlanc  AG,  Borghese  MM,  Tremblay  MS. Relationships between objective measures of the built environment and children’s active transportation and physical activity. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(5):S827, 2016.
  16. LeBlanc AG, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS, on behalf of the Report Card Research Committee. Results from the 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth: Are Canadian kids too tired move? Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 41(9(Suppl. 4)):S368, 2016.
  17. Longmuir PE, Cinanni N, D’Alimonte N, Ertel E, Dillenburg R, Shanmugam G, Adamo K, Barrowman N, Tremblay MS, Timmons BW, Lee S. Physical inactivity in very young children with congenital heart defects cannot be explained by motor development, hospitalization or cardiopulmonary bypass exposure. Canadian Journal of Cardiology 32(10):S131, 2016.
  18. Longmuir PE, Xia MY, Doja A, Duffy CM, Gardin L, Gow RM, Jurencak R, Katz SL, Lai LSW, Lamontagne C, Lee S, Lougheed J, McCormick A, McMillan HJ, Pohl D, Roth J, Theoret-Douglas C, Watanabe Duffy K, Wong D, Zemek R. Parent perceptions of the academic mission of a pediatric tertiary care centre: Impact on research and teaching. Pediatric Exercise Science 28 (Suppl):43, 2016.
  19. Moncion K, Gow RM, Longmuir PE. Conveying physical activity recommendations to youth with inherited arrhythmia syndromes: Development of a knowledge translation tool. Pediatric Exercise Science 28 (Suppl):38, 2016.
  20. Poitras VJ, Gray CE, Borghese MM, Carson V, Chaput JP, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Pate R, Connor-Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Relationships between objectively measured physical activity and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(5):S180, 2016.
  21. Saunders TJ, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Chaput JP, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Olds T, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay M, Carson V. Combinations of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep: relationships with health in children and youth. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(5):S709, 2016.
  22. Tomkinson GR, Lang JJ, Tremblay MS, Dale M, LeBlanc AG, Belanger K, Ortega FB, Léger L. International normative 20m shuttle run values from 850,036 children and youth representing 48 countries. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(5 suppl):83, 2016.
  23. Tremblay M. Is sitting the new soda: health consequences of excessive sitting. Obesity Reviews 17(suppl.2):55, 2016.
  24. Xia M-W, Doja A, Duffy CM, Gardin L, Gow RM, Jurencak R, Katz SL, Lai LSW, Lamontagne C, Lee S, Lougheed J, McCormick A, McMillan HJ, Pohl D, Roth J, Theoret-Douglas C, Watanabe Duffy K, Wong D, Zemek R, Longmuir PE. Identifying children with medically necessary physical activity restrictions: Optimizing their safe and successful participation with peers and in community. Pediatric Exercise Science 28 (Suppl):35, 2016.
  25. Yusuf W, Cardarelli S, Alpous A, Shaw K, Rhodenizer T, Adams R, Longmuir PE. Enhancing physical activity knowledge of grade 6 students: The Y Kids Academy. Pediatric Exercise Science 28 (Suppl):35, 2016.

Book Chapters

  1. Carson V, Saunders T, Tremblay MS. Can the epidemiologist learn more from sedentary behaviour than from the measurement of physical activity? In J. Shephard and C. Tudor-Locke (Eds.), The Objective Monitoring of Physical Activity: Contributions of Accelerometry to Epidemiology, Exercise Science and Rehabilitation. Springer Series on Epidemiology and Public Health, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, p. 181-196, 2016.
  2. Connor Gorber S, Tremblay MS. Self-report and direct measures of health: bias and implications. In R.J. Shephard and C. Tudor-Locke (Eds.), The Objective Monitoring of Physical Activity: Contributions of Accelerometry to Epidemiology, Exercise Science and Rehabilitation. Springer Series on Epidemiology and Public Health, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, p. 369-376, 2016.
  3. Ferguson LJ, Gunnell KE. Eudaimonic wellbeing: A gendered perspective. In J. Vittersø (Ed). Handbook of Eudaimonic Wellbeing. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland. p. 427-436, 2016.
  4. Gunnell, KE, Gareau A, Gaudreau P. Introduction to factor analysis and structural equation modelling. In N. Ntoumanis, ND.  Myers (Eds.) An Introduction to Intermediate and Advanced Statistical Analyses for Sport and Exercise Scientists. Wiley, Chichester, United Kingdom. p. 79-99, 2016.
  5. Larouche R,  Chaput  J-P,  Tremblay  MS.  New  information  on  population  activity  patterns  revealed  by  objective monitoring. In R.J. Shephard and C. Tudor-Locke (Eds.), The Objective Monitoring of Physical Activity: Contributions of Accelerometry to  Epidemiology, Exercise  Science  and  Rehabilitation.  Springer  Series  on  Epidemiology and  Public Health, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, p. 159-179, 2016.

Conferences and Invited Presentations

Between 2006 and 2016, there was a 2725% increase in in the number of scholarly presentations; between 2015 and 2016, there was a 14% decrease.

  1. Alberga AS, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Prud’homme D, Goldfield Promoting Exercise for Kids and Teens: Let’s NOT Talk About Weight. American Congress of Sports Medicine’s Annual Meeting, World Congress on Exercise is Medicine® and World Congress on the Basic Science of Energy Balance (Boston, USA), 2016.
  2. Alpous A, Longmuir PE. Canadian Physical Literacy Screen: Simple, quick, and accurate identification of children with important physical literacy deficits. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  3. Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. Assessing change in indicators of child and youth physical activity in Canada, 2005-2016. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  4. Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. Assessing change in indicators of child and youth physical activity in Canada, 2005-2015. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  5. Bassett-Gunter RL, Faulkner G, Tremblay M, Berry T, Nair P, Kamarhie A. Can the Moblees Move Canadian Kids? North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  6. Belanger K, Tremblay MS, Longmuir PE, Barnes J, Sheehan D, Copeland JL, Woodruff SJ, Bruner B, Law B, Martin LJ, Kolen AM, Stone M, Huybers Withers S, Anderson K, Lane KN, Hall N, Gregg M, Saunders TJ, MacDonald D. Physical literacy domain scores in Canadian children meeting and not meeting Canada’s physical activity guidelines. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  7. Blais A, Longmuir PE. An interactive gym game to assess physical activity adequacy and predilection: The CSAPPA Questionnaire for children unable to read and write. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  8. Blais A, Longmuir PE. Vague in, vague out: How published guidelines may make it difficult for cardiologists to provide specific activity recommendations. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  9. Blais A. Master’s thesis proposal: Looking at the physical and psychosocial outcomes of an after-school physical activity program among children with congenital heart disease. Exercise is Medicine Student Conference (London, Canada), 2016.
  10. Cameron JD. Running on Empty: Modality of energy deprivation differently heightens food reward and smell performance. Invited keynote speaker at the International Congress on the Treatment of Obesity and Non- Communicable Chronic Diseases (Maringa, Brazil), October 26-28th , 2016.
  11. Carson V, Hunter S, Kuzik N, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Chaput J-P, Saunders TJ, Katzmarzyk PT, Okely AD, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Lee H, Tremblay MS. Systematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school- aged children and youth: an update. International Conference on Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (Cape Town, South Africa), 2016.
  12. Carson V, Tremblay MS, Chaput J-P, Chastin S. Associations between physical activity, sedentary time, sleep, and adiposity indicators of Canadian children and youth using compositional analyses. International Congress on Obesity (Vancouver, Canada), 2016.
  13. Chaput JP. Sleep duration and health indicators in children and adolescents: a systematic review. SLEEP Meeting (Denver, USA), 2016.
  14. Chaput JP. Importance of a good night’s sleep for overall health in children and youth. Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  15. Chaput JP. Widespread misconceptions about obesity. Medical Students Association, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  16. Chaput JP. Use of social networking sites and adherence to physical activity and screen time recommendations in adolescents. 6th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (ISPAH) (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  17. Chaput JP. Is sleep deprivation a contributor to obesity and type 2 diabetes in children? Canadian Diabetes Association/Canadian Society for  Endocrinology  and  Metabolism  Professional  Conference  and  Annual  Meetings (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  18. Chaput JP. Importance of sleep for mental and physical health. 6th Conference on Recent Advances in the Prevention & Management of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  19. Chaput JP. From zzz to intense exercise: my journey as a young scientist. Young Investigator Award Lecture. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual General Meeting (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  20. Chaput JP. Systematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in school -aged children and youth. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual General Meeting (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  21. Chaput JP. Mid-upper arm circumference as an accurate screening tool for identifying obesity in children from around the world. 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (PASHDA) (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  22. Chaput JP. Healthy active living and obesity research – A Canadian experience. Sport Rehabilitation Department, Beijing Sport University (Beijing, China), 2016.
  23. Chaput JP. Healthy active living and obesity research – A Canadian experience. College of Sports Science, Nanjing Normal University (Nanjing, China), 2016.
  24. Chaput JP.  Healthy active  living  and  obesity  research  –  A  Canadian experience. School of  Kinesiology, Shanghai University of Sport (Shanghai, China), 2016.
  25. Chaput JP. Healthy active living and obesity research – A Canadian experience. Institute of Pediatric Translational Medicine, Shanghai Children’s Medical Center (Shanghai, China), 2016.
  26. Chaput JP. My journey to become a successful scientist at CHEO. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  27. Chaput JP. You snooze, you lose? A good night’s sleep to control body weight. Canadian Obesity Network public webinar (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  28. Chaput JP. Results from the 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Physical Activity Resource Centre (PARC) (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  29. Chaput JP. Health implications of insufficient sleep in children and adolescents. University of Colorado (Denver, USA), 2016.
  30. Chaput JP. Too long or too short – what is the right sleep duration for children? International Congress on Obesity (Vancouver, Canada), 2016.
  31. Chaput JP. Interactions between movement, sleep and other non-movement behaviors in the pathogenesis of obesity and overall health. Exercise is Medicine Canada Event, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  32. Chaput JP. Strategies to successfully build a research program in academia. Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada), 2016.
  33. Chaput JP. Issues and misconceptions about sleep. Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada), 2016.
  34. Chaput JP. ParticipACTION Report Card: the biggest risk is keeping kids indoors. Recreation Connections Manitoba Annual Provincial Conference (Winnipeg, Canada), 2016.
  35. Chaput JP, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Carson V, Gruber R, Olds T, Weiss S, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Belanger K, Eryuzlu S, Callender L, Tremblay MS. Sleep duration and health indicators in children and adolescents: a systematic review. SLEEP Meeting (Denver, USA), 2016.
  36. Cinanni N, D’Alimonte N, Ertel E, Lee S, Shanmugam G, Adamo K, Barrowman N, Tremblay MS, Dillenburg R, Timmons BW, Longmuir PE. Physical inactivity in very young children with congenital heart defects cannot be explained by motor development, hospitalization or cardiopulmonary bypass exposure. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  37. Cinanni N, D’Alimonte N, Ertel E, Lee S, Shanmugam G, Adamo K, Barrowman N, Tremblay MS, Dillenburg R, Timmons BW, Longmuir PE. Physical inactivity in very young children with congenital heart defects cannot be explained by motor development, hospitalization or cardiopulmonary bypass exposure. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine Biennial Conference (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  38. Donahoe K, MacDonald DJ, Tremblay MS, Saunders T. Validation of PiezoRx-determined sedentary time. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  39. Dutil C, Anderson KD, Bruner B, Copeland JL, Gregg MJ, Hall N, Kolen AM, Lane KN, Law B, MacDonald DJ, Martin LJ, Saunders TJ, Sheehan D, Stone M, Woodruff SJ, Barnes JD, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS, Chaput JP. Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy domain scores are more susceptible to the relative age effect in girls than boys. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  40. Dutil C. Master’s thesis proposal: Influence of the relative age effect on scores obtained in the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy in children. Exercise is Medicine Student Conference (London, Canada), 2016.
  41. Dutil C. Self-determination theory: a practical approach when working with different populations. Camosun College, Behavioural Fitness Presentations (British Columbia, Canada), 2016.
  42. Faulkner G, Berry T, Latimer-Cheung A, Rhodes R, Spence JC, Tremblay MS. Perceptions of organizational capacity to promote physical activity in Canada: Exploring the impact of ParticipACTION five years after relaunch. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  43. Goldfield GS. Obesity and Mental Health. Keynote presentation at the 6th Conference on Recent Advances in the Prevention and Management of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity: Understanding the Interplay between Physical and Mental Health (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  44. Goldfield, GS. A focus on Mental Health in Youth with Obesity. Canadian Obesity Network-Student meeting, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  45. Gunnell KE, Crocker PRE, Mack DE, Wilson PM. Examining the factor structure of the Personally Expressive Activities Questionnaire in Physical Activity Contexts. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (Waterloo, Canada), 2016.
  46. Gunnell KE, Brunet J, Sabiston CM, Bélanger M. Direct, indirect and reciprocal relationships between psychological need satisfaction and physical activity in adolescents: Their effect on health-related quality of life. North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  47. Heenan A, Sweet SN, Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Sigal RJ, Alberga A, Tulloch H. Self-efficacy and outcome expectancies predict fitness in obese youth: The HEARTY trial. 1st Annual International Behavioural Trials Network (IBTN) Conference, (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  48. Heenan A, Sweet SN, Goldfield GS, Kenny GP, Sigal RJ, Alberga A, Tulloch H. The HEARTY trial: Autonomy support and self-determined motivation predict fitness in obese youth. 37th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) (Washington DC, USA), 2016.
  49. Lang J, Tremblay MS, Leger L, Olds T, Tomkinson G. International variability in 20 m shuttle run performance in children and youth: Who are the best from a 50 country comparison? International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  50. Lang J, Tremblay MS, Leger L, Olds T, Tomkinson G. International variability in 20 m shuttle run performance in children and youth: Who are the best from a 50 country comparison? International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  51. Lang J, Tremblay MS, Tomkinson G. Comparing cardiorespiratory fitness standards: What proportion of children and youth are healthy? International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  52. Lang JJ, Dale M, LeBlanc AG, Belanger K, Ortega FB, Léger L, Tremblay MS, Tomkinson GR. Systematic review and analysis of 20 m shuttle run results in children and youth. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  53. Larouche R, Eryuzlu S, Livock H, Leduc G, Faulkner G, Trudeau F, Tremblay MS. Test-retest reliability and convergent validity of measures of children’s active transportation and independent mobility. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  54. Larouche R, Garriguet D, Tremblay MS. Outdoor time and physical activity among young children: the 2012-2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  55. Larouche R, He JX, Calderwood K, Chaput J-P, Leduc G, Boyer C, LeBlanc AG, Borghese MM, Tremblay MS. Relationship between objective measures of the built environment and children’s active transportation and physical activity. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  56. Larouche R, Sarmiento OL, Broyles ST, Denstel KD, Katzmarzyk PT, Church TS, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Hu G, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia J, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Standage M, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Tremblay MS, for the ISCOLE Research Group. Are the correlates of active school transport context-specific?: the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment. Active Living Research Conference (Clearwater Beach, USA), 2016.
  57. Larouche R, Tremblay MS, Gray C, Babcock S, Barnes J, Bradstreet CC, Carr D, Chabot G, Choquette L, Chorney D, Collyer C, Herrington S, Jansen K, Janssen I, LeBlanc C, Pickett W, Power M, Sandseter EBH, Simon B, Brussoni M. The ParticipACTION Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play. Active Living Research Conference (Clearwater Beach, USA), 2016.
  58. Larouche R, Mammen G, Faulkner G, Rowe DA. Effectiveness of active school transport interventions: a review and update. 6th International Conference on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  59. Larouche R. Built environment correlates of cycling among school-aged children: a review. Environment(s) and Health conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  60. LeBlanc AG, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS, on behalf of the Report Card Research Committee. Results from the 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth: Are Canadian kids too tired move? Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  61. LeBlanc AG, Barnes JD, Tremblay MS. 2015 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Ever Active Schools Conference (Kananaskis, Canada), 2016.
  62. LeBlanc A, Poitras VJ. Are kids too tired to move? Results from the 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada Webinar, 2016.
  63. Leduc G. Déclaration de consensus canadien sur le savoir-faire physique. Canadian Sport for Life National Summit 2016 (Gatineau, Canada), 2016.
  64. Leduc G. Évaluation canadienne du savoir-faire physique 101 (ÉCSFP) – Citius Vocem. Canadian Sport for Life National Summit 2016 (Gatineau, Canada), 2016.
  65. Leduc G. Directives canadiennes en matière de mouvement sur 24 heures pour les enfants et les jeunes: une approche intégrée regroupant l’activité physique, le comportement sédentaire et le sommeil. Webinaire, 2016. Available at: www.csep.ca/guidelines.
  66. Leduc G. Évaluation canadienne du savoir-faire physique (ÉCSFP) ParticipACTION Webinar, 2016.
  67. Leduc G. Physical Literacy Assessment 101: The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL) ParticipACTION Webinar, 2016.
  68. Livock H, Larouche R, Tremblay MS. The relationship between active transportation and children’s physical activity level. Carleton University Student Research Day (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  69. Longmuir PE, Cinanni N, D’Alimonte N, Ertel E, Dillenburg R, Shanmugam G, Adamo K, Barrowman N, Tremblay MS, Timmons BW, Lee S. Physical inactivity in very young children with congenital heart defects cannot be explained by motor  development,  hospitalization  or   cardiopulmonary  bypass  exposure.   Canadian  Cardiovascular  Congress (Montreal, Canada), 2016.
  70. Longmuir PE, Sheehan D, Woodruff S, Copeland JL. Symposium: Physical literacy: The building blocks for a physically active lifestyle. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  71. Longmuir PE.  The  Canadian  Assessment  of  Physical  Literacy.  Canadian  Society  for  Exercise  Physiology  (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  72. Mack DE, Wilson PM, Blais LT, Gunnell KE, Martin B. Enhancing well-being: Do interpersonal supports and psychological need fulfillment matter? Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (Waterloo, Canada), 2016.
  73. Manyanga T, Makaza D, Tremblay M. Physical activity among Zimbabwean children and youth: is there a case for advocacy? 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  74. McVeigh JA, Winkler EAH, Howie EK, Tremblay MS, Smith A, Abbott, RA, Eastwood P, Healy GN, Straker LM. On which days of the week are young adults most physically active and least sedentary? The Raine Study cohort. International Conference on Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (Cape Town, South Africa), June, 2016.
  75. Moncion K, Gow RM, Longmuir PE. Conveying physical activity recommendations to youth with inherited arrhythmia syndromes: Development of a knowledge translation tool. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
  76. Murray MA, Goldfield GS. Negative implications of social media use among undergraduate students: Emotional eating as a copy strategy. 13th Annual International Conference on Obesity (Vancouver, Canada), 2016.
  77. Okinda FO, Wachira L-J, Muthuri S, Tremblay MS, Onywera V. Assessment of health related physical fitness of 9-11 year old school children in Nairobi County, Kenya. 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  78. Onywera V, Larouche R, Oyeyemi AL, Prista A, Akinroye KK, Tremblay MS. Physical activity and active transport among school children in eastern, western and southern regions of Africa: the case of Kenya, Nigeria, and Mozambique (The PAAT Study). 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  79. Onywera V, Tremblay M, Sheel W, Adamo K, Boit M, Waudo J. Strategic partnership for enhanced research, innovation and uptake in Africa: The KIDSCAN Research Alliance. 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  80. Oyeyemi AL, Larouche R, Prista A, Onywera V, Akinroye KK, Tremblay MS. A systematic review of active transportation research of children and youth in Africa. International Conference on Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (Cape Town, South Africa), 2016.
  81. Poitras VJ, Gray CE, Borghese MM, Carson V, Chaput J-P, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Pate R, Connor-Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay MS. Relationships between objectively measured physical activity and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  82. Poitras VJ. Systematic review of the relationships between objectively-measured physical activity and health indicators in school-aged children and youth. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  83. Poitras VJ.  Canadian  24-Hour  Guidelines  for  Children  and  Youth:  An  Integration  of  Physical  Activity,  Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Webinar, 2016. Available at:  www.csep.ca/guidelines.
  84. Qiao Y, Zhang T, Liu H, Katzmarzyk PT, Chaput J-P, Fogelholm M, Johnson WD, Kuriyan R, Kurpad A, Lambert EV, Maher C, Maia JAR, Matsudo V, Olds T, Onywera V, Sarmiento OL, Standage M, Tremblay MS, Tudor-Locke C, Zhao P, Hu G; for the ISCOLE Research Group. Joint association of birth weight and time spent in physical /sedentary activity with obesity at ages 9-11 years in 12 countries. 2nd International Congress on Childhood Obesity and Hypertension (Nanjing, China), 2016.
  85. Raizi N, White L, Latimer-Cheung A, Tremblay MS, Faulkner G. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: Exploring the perceptions of stakeholders regarding their acceptability, barriers to uptake, and dissemination. International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  86. Saunders TJ, Gray CE, Poitras VJ, Chaput J-P, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Olds T, Connor Gorber S, Kho ME, Sampson M, Tremblay MS, Carson V. Combinations of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep: relationships with health in children and youth. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  87. Tomkinson GR, Lang JJ, Tremblay MS, Dale M, LeBlanc AG, Belanger K, Ortega FB, Léger L. International normative 20m shuttle run values from 850,036 children and youth representing 48 countries. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference (Boston, USA), 2016.
  88. Tremblay MS.  Global  Matrix  2.0:  A  comparison  of  child  physical  activity  across  38  countries.  Invited  seminar presentation to the Physical Activity for Health Department, University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland), 2016.
  89. Tremblay MS. Making movement a movement: efforts from Canada to enhance childhood physical activity worldwide. Invited presentation at the University of Stirling Visiting Lecturer Seminar Series (Stirling, Scotland), 2016.
  90. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Invited seminar presentation at the University of Wollongong Early Start Research Institute (Wollongong, Australia), 2016.
  91. Tremblay MS. Global Matrix 2.0: International results from 38 countries. Invited keynote address at the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  92. Tremblay MS. Health promotion by connecting to nature through active outdoor play: an antidote to nature deficit disorder. Invited presentation at the NatureSCENE 2016 Nature Inspiration Symposium (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  93. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Invited symposium presentation at the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Scientific Conference (Victoria, Canada), 2016.
  94. Tremblay MS. Physical activity for health and development: Lessons Africa can give and take from the developed world. Invited keynote presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  95. Tremblay MS. Symposium overview and brief description of ISCOLE. 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (Nairobi, Kenya), 2016.
  96. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Invited presentation to the Canadian Public Health Network Committee (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  97. Tremblay MS. Physical activity and brain function in children: an overview of relationships and possible mechanisms of action. Invited presentation at the Ottawa Advanced Qualification Health and Physical Education Health Fair (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  98. Tremblay MS. Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep. Invited presentation to the 2016 Conference of the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Ministers of Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation (Lethbridge, Canada), 2016.
  99. Tremblay MS. Is sitting the new soda? The health consequences of excessive sitting. Invited presentation at the International Congress on Obesity (Vancouver, Canada), 2016.
  100. Tremblay MS. Need for 24-hour movement behavior guidelines. Invited presentation at the Wearable Devices & the 24-hour Activity Cycle Workshop (Palo Alto, USA), 2016.
  101. Tremblay MS. The whole day matters: promoting child health through 24-hour movement behaviours. Invited presentation at the Mexican National Pediatric Congress CONAPEME (Cancun, Mexico), 2016.
  102. Tremblay MS. The Global Matrix 2.0, an initiative combining 39 country report card findings. Invited presentation to Thailand Report Card Research Committee (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  103. Tremblay MS. Strategies for optimizing advocacy and impact of the Thailand Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Invited presentation to Thailand Report Card Research Committee (Bangkok, Thailand), 2016.
  104. Tremblay MS. Promoting active outdoor play: Benefits, risks, and challenges. Invited presentation to City of London Healthy Kids Community Challenge Community Family-Friendly Speaker Event (London, Canada), 2016.T
  105. Tremblay MS. Promoting active outdoor play: Benefits, risks and challenges. Invited presentation at the Healthy Kids Community Challenge County of Renfrew Conference (Pembroke, Canada), 2016.
  106. Tremblay MS. “The biggest risk is keeping kids indoors”: 2015 ParticipACTION report card on physical activity for children and youth. Active Living Research Conference (Clearwater Beach, USA), 2016.
  107. Tremblay MS. Activity level of Canadian kids: In need of active outdoor play. Symposium presentation Canadian Sport for Life Annual Conference (Gatineau, Canada), 2016.
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  109. Valois D, Davis, C, Buchholz, A, Obeid, N, Henderson K, Goldfield, GS. Effects of weight teasing on body esteem in youth with obesity: Moderating effects of attachment style. Recent Advances in the Prevention and Management of Childhood  and  Adolescent  Obesity  –  Understanding the  Interplay  between  Physical  and  Mental  Health  (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  110. Valois D, Davis C, Goldfield GS. Effects of weight teasing on body esteem in youth with obesity: Moderating effects of attachment style. Carleton University Graduate Student Psychology Conference (Ottawa, Canada), 2016.
  111. Wasenius N, Harvey ALJ, Grattan KP, Barrowman N, Goldfield GS, Adamo KB.  Preschoolers’ Physical Activity and the Role of Maternal Gestational Weight Gain. Obesity Week-2016 – The Annual Meetings of The Obesity Society and American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surger (New Orleans, USA), 2016.
  112. Xia M-W, Doja A, Duffy CM, Gardin L, Gow RM, Jurencak R, Katz SL, Lai LSW, Lamontagne C, Lee S, Lougheed J, McCormick A, McMillan HJ, Pohl D, Roth J, Theoret-Douglas C, Watanabe Duffy K, Wong D, Zemek R, Longmuir PE. Identifying children with medically necessary physical activity restrictions: Optimizing their safe and successful participation with peers and in community. North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine (Knoxville, USA), 2016.
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