Scopus Stats on HALO Publications, 2007-2016

1. Summary Table

Year Publications Citations
2007331869
2008241091
200911568
2010401556
2011442880
2012691958
201352815
201468825
201569332
201674121
Total48412015

2. Raw Table

Row PID HALOite Title Year Citations EID
1467Tremblay2014 Global summit on the physical activity of children2014112-s2.0-84925221878
2357 AdamoA comparison of direct versus self-report measures for assessing physical activity in adults: A systematic review20085932-s2.0-84859644111
3599 AdamoA comparison of direct versus self-report measures for assessing physical activity in adults: A systematic review20085932-s2.0-84859644111
4638 TremblayA comparison of direct vs. self-report measures for assessing height, weight and body mass index: A systematic review20078642-s2.0-34250682264
5355AdamoA comparison of indirect versus direct measures for assessing physical activity in the pediatric population: A systematic review20091532-s2.0-60449104936
6598AdamoA comparison of indirect versus direct measures for assessing physical activity in the pediatric population: A systematic review20091532-s2.0-60449104936
7723 ColleyA comparison of self-reported leisuretime physical activity and measured moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in adolescents and adults2014112-s2.0-84905217060
8153 ChaputA cross-sectional examination of socio-demographic and school-level correlates of children's school travel mode in Ottawa, Canada201452-s2.0-84902267594
9461 ChaputA cross-sectional examination of socio-demographic and school-level correlates of children's school travel mode in Ottawa, Canada201452-s2.0-84902267594
10231ChaputA Good Night's Sleep for a Healthier Population201072-s2.0-76549109506
11133 TremblayA model for presenting accelerometer paradata in large studies: ISCOLE201532-s2.0-84928523439
12435 TremblayA model for presenting accelerometer paradata in large studies: ISCOLE201532-s2.0-84928523439
13539ColleyA Model of Knowledge Translation in Health: The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth2012502-s2.0-84863748483
14747ColleyA Model of Knowledge Translation in Health: The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth2012502-s2.0-84863748483
15550 TremblayA multilevel analysis of neighbourhood built and social environments and adult self-reported physical activity and body mass index in Ottawa, Canada2011192-s2.0-80055093355
18483 TremblayA systematic review of active transportation research in Africa and the psychometric properties of measurement tools for children and youth201462-s2.0-84925227828
20282GunnellA tale of two models: Changes in psychological need satisfaction and physical activity over 3 years201652-s2.0-84955417027
21525 TremblayAbdominal obesity and cardiovascular disease risk factors within body mass index categories2012162-s2.0-84865812776
22531 TremblayAbdominal obesity and cardiovascular disease risk factors within body mass index categories.201232-s2.0-84865987824
25786 HadjiyannakisActCPG framework to learn about information user requirements of a clinical practice guideline201202-s2.0-84866156539
26568 ColleyActical accelerometer sedentary activity thresholds for adults2011582-s2.0-78650297896
27752 ColleyActical accelerometer sedentary activity thresholds for adults2011582-s2.0-78650297896
28423 TremblayActive Canada 20/20: A physical activity plan for Canada201512-s2.0-84961238627
29606TremblayActive Healthy Kids Canada report card on physical activity for children and youth200802-s2.0-84909220041
30175ChaputActive healthy kids canada's position on active video games for children and youth201392-s2.0-84889018594
31492ChaputActive healthy kids canada's position on active video games for children and youth201392-s2.0-84889018594
32728ChaputActive healthy kids canada's position on active video games for children and youth201392-s2.0-84889018594
33471 TremblayActive transportation and adolescents' health: The canadian health measures survey2014112-s2.0-84898968862
34399 TremblayActive travel and adults' health: The 2007-to-2011 Canadian Health Measures Surveys201602-s2.0-84969584377
35140 TremblayActive video games and energy balance in male adolescents: A randomized crossover trial201582-s2.0-84930436908
36442 TremblayActive video games and energy balance in male adolescents: A randomized crossover trial201582-s2.0-84930436908
37185 ChaputActive Video Games and Health Indicators in Children and Youth: A Systematic Review2013762-s2.0-84879058435
38502 ChaputActive Video Games and Health Indicators in Children and Youth: A Systematic Review2013762-s2.0-84879058435
39731 ChaputActive Video Games and Health Indicators in Children and Youth: A Systematic Review2013762-s2.0-84879058435
4027AdamoActivity Begins in Childhood (ABC) - inspiring healthy active behaviour in preschoolers: Study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial201452-s2.0-84904782539
41322AdamoActivity Begins in Childhood (ABC) - inspiring healthy active behaviour in preschoolers: Study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial201452-s2.0-84904782539
42729 ColleyActivity intensity during free-living activities in children and adolescents with inherited arrhythmia syndromes assessment by combined accelerometer and heart rate monitor201362-s2.0-84891528649
44516 ColleyAcute sedentary behaviour and markers of cardiometabolic risk: A systematic review of intervention studies2012302-s2.0-84873852588
45737 ColleyAcute sedentary behaviour and markers of cardiometabolic risk: A systematic review of intervention studies2012302-s2.0-84873852588
46184 ChaputAcute sleep restriction reduces insulin sensitivity in adolescent boys2013342-s2.0-84879640461
48186TremblayAdaptive thermogenesis can make a difference in the ability of obese individuals to lose body weight2013202-s2.0-84882279247
50197ChaputAdequate sleep to improve the treatment of obesity201282-s2.0-84871317467
51561 TremblayAdults' sedentary behavior: Determinants and interventions20112252-s2.0-79960512967
52584LloydAdvancing the debate on 'fitness testing' for children: Perhaps we're riding the wrong animal2010162-s2.0-77952680067
53759LloydAdvancing the debate on 'fitness testing' for children: Perhaps we're riding the wrong animal2010162-s2.0-77952680067
54820LloydAdvancing the debate on 'fitness testing' for children: Perhaps we're riding the wrong animal2010162-s2.0-77952680067
55640 TremblayAge and gender differences in youth physical activity: Does physical maturity matter?20071052-s2.0-34249062067
56190 ChaputAltered energy balance in response to sleep restriction201322-s2.0-84892221691
57331 AdamoAn active pregnancy for fetal wellbeing? the value of active living for most women and their babies201352-s2.0-84881544144
58446 TremblayAn Evaluation of the My ParticipACTION Campaign to Increase Self-Efficacy for Being More Physically Active201512-s2.0-84939471217
59286 GunnellAn integrative analytical framework for understanding the effects of autonomous and controlled motivation201522-s2.0-84941600392
60790 HadjiyannakisApplication of activity theory to elicitation of user requirements for a computerized clinical practice guideline: The ActCPG conceptual framework201202-s2.0-84905728377
61605TremblayApplying the new WHO child growth standards in Canada: What is our prevalence of obesity?200802-s2.0-84909036697
6294 ChaputAre Canadian children and adolescents sleep deprived?201602-s2.0-84991583690
6338GoldfieldAre dopamine-related genotypes risk factors for excessive gestational weight gain?201312-s2.0-84878075561
64333GoldfieldAre dopamine-related genotypes risk factors for excessive gestational weight gain?201312-s2.0-84878075561
65158 ChaputAre post-exercise appetite sensations and energy intake coupled in children and adolescents?2014122-s2.0-84901691136
66152 ColleyAre we driving our kids to unhealthy habits? Results of the active healthy kids Canada 2013 report card on physical activity for children and youth201492-s2.0-84902107250
67459 ColleyAre we driving our kids to unhealthy habits? Results of the active healthy kids Canada 2013 report card on physical activity for children and youth201492-s2.0-84902107250
68720 ColleyAre we driving our kids to unhealthy habits? Results of the active healthy kids Canada 2013 report card on physical activity for children and youth201492-s2.0-84902107250
7010 TremblayAssociation between Active Travel and Depression: Some Clarifications Needed201602-s2.0-84964345675
71397 TremblayAssociation between Active Travel and Depression: Some Clarifications Needed201602-s2.0-84964345675
72398 TremblayAssociation between aerobic fitness and high blood pressure in adolescents in Brazil: Evidence for criterion-referenced cut-points201612-s2.0-84969724219
73126 ChaputAssociation between genetic variants of the clock gene and obesity and sleep duration201562-s2.0-84949321070
755 GoldfieldAssociation of the melanocortin 4 receptor gene rs17782313 polymorphism with rewarding value of food and eating behavior in Chilean children201602-s2.0-84991059204
76479 ColleyAssociations between active school transport and physical activity, body composition, and cardiovascular fitness: A systematic review of 68 studies2014562-s2.0-84893130965
77726 ColleyAssociations between active school transport and physical activity, body composition, and cardiovascular fitness: A systematic review of 68 studies2014562-s2.0-84893130965
78600 TremblayAssociations between obesity and morbidity: Effects of measurement methods200842-s2.0-49649095655
79401 TremblayAssociations between parental perceptions of the neighborhood environment and childhood physical activity: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya201612-s2.0-84969232965
80520 TremblayAssociations between physical activity, cardiorespiratory fitness, and obesity in Mexican children201272-s2.0-84867767034
81738 TremblayAssociations between physical activity, cardiorespiratory fitness, and obesity in Mexican children201272-s2.0-84867767034
82116 TremblayAssociations between sleep duration, sedentary time, physical activity, and health indicators among Canadian children and youth using compositional analyses201672-s2.0-84982946447
83407 TremblayAssociations between sleep duration, sedentary time, physical activity, and health indicators among Canadian children and youth using compositional analyses201672-s2.0-84982946447
84130 ChaputAssociations between the use of social networking sites and unhealthy eating behaviours and excess body weight in adolescents201542-s2.0-84949321057
85176 TremblayAssociations of sedentary behavior, sedentary bouts and breaks in sedentary time with cardiometabolic risk in children with a family history of obesity2013382-s2.0-84894263444
86493 TremblayAssociations of sedentary behavior, sedentary bouts and breaks in sedentary time with cardiometabolic risk in children with a family history of obesity2013382-s2.0-84894263444
87114 TremblayAt the Mercy of the Gods: Associations between weather, physical activity, and sedentary time in children201612-s2.0-84959217908
88402 TremblayAt the Mercy of the Gods: Associations between weather, physical activity, and sedentary time in children201612-s2.0-84959217908
90777 HadjiyannakisBeyond weight loss: Experiences and insights related to working effectively with families and operating within the health care system to manage pediatric obesity201502-s2.0-84923326225
91553 TremblayBias in self-reported estimates of obesity in Canadian health surveys: An update on correction equations for adults2011272-s2.0-84857676871
92557 TremblayBias in self-reported estimates of obesity in Canadian health surveys: an update on correction equations for adults.201132-s2.0-84856378495
93222ChaputBiopsychological Factors and Body Weight Stability201002-s2.0-84882911080
94589 TremblayBlood pressure in Canadian adults.2010962-s2.0-77952304253
95580 TremblayBlood pressure in Canadian children and adolescents.2010102-s2.0-77956201586
9613 GoldfieldBody composition and energy intake - Skeletal muscle mass is the strongest predictor of food intake in obese adolescents: The HEARTY trial201602-s2.0-84971641013
97348 ColleyBody composition measured by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry half-body scans in obese children201182-s2.0-80855131456
98749 ColleyBody composition measured by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry half-body scans in obese children201182-s2.0-80855131456
9963GoldfieldBody dissatisfaction, dietary restraint, depression, and weight status in adolescents2010752-s2.0-77954922206
10065GoldfieldBody image, disordered eating and anabolic steroid use in female bodybuilders2009182-s2.0-68049111502
10167GoldfieldBody image, disordered eating, and anabolic steroids in male bodybuilders: Current versus former users200952-s2.0-75749114479
102643 TremblayBody mass index in urban Canada: Neighborhood and metropolitan area effects2007732-s2.0-33847764032
107785 HadjiyannakisCan surveillance provide epidemiological data on Aboriginal health?201202-s2.0-84867199772
108344AdamoCan we modify the intrauterine environment to halt the intergenerational cycle of obesity?2012452-s2.0-84860261136
109122TremblayCanadian 24-hour movement guidelines for children and youth: An integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep201642-s2.0-84982973171
110419TremblayCanadian 24-hour movement guidelines for children and youth: An integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep201642-s2.0-84982973171
111408 TremblayCanadian 24-hour movement guidelines for children and youth: Exploring the perceptions of stakeholders regarding their acceptability, barriers to uptake, and dissemination201642-s2.0-84982890359
112433LongmuirCanadian Agility and Movement Skill Assessment (CAMSA): Validity, objectivity, and reliability evidence for children 8-12 years of age201502-s2.0-85006218236
113682LongmuirCanadian Agility and Movement Skill Assessment (CAMSA): Validity, objectivity, and reliability evidence for children 8-12 years of age201502-s2.0-85006218236
115454 TremblayCanadian cardiovascular harmonized national guidelines endeavour (C-CHANGE): 2014 update201462-s2.0-84958716829
116582 TremblayCanadian childhood obesity estimates based on WHO, IOTF and CDC cut-points2010902-s2.0-77952172540
118636TremblayCanadian health measures survey2007222-s2.0-37248999859
119629TremblayCanadian Health Measures Survey pre-test: design, methods, results.2007132-s2.0-39549089553
120622 TremblayCanadian Health Measures Survey: ethical, legal and social issues.2007672-s2.0-39549107177
121626TremblayCanadian Health Measures Survey: rationale, background and overview.2007932-s2.0-39549111282
122547TremblayCanadian physical activity guidelines for the early years (aged 0-4 years)2012872-s2.0-84859353781
123572TremblayCanadian sedentary behaviour guidelines for children and youth20111962-s2.0-79954566701
124756TremblayCanadian sedentary behaviour guidelines for children and youth20111962-s2.0-79954566701
125546TremblayCanadian sedentary behaviour guidelines for the early years (aged 0-4 years)2012702-s2.0-84859342873
126469LongmuirCanadian society for exercise physiology position stand: Benefit and risk for promoting childhood physical activity201432-s2.0-84910138147
127684LongmuirCanadian society for exercise physiology position stand: Benefit and risk for promoting childhood physical activity201432-s2.0-84910138147
128724LongmuirCanadian society for exercise physiology position stand: Benefit and risk for promoting childhood physical activity201432-s2.0-84910138147
129168 ChaputChange in sleep duration and proposed dietary risk factors for obesity in Danish school children201472-s2.0-84929298318
130161ChaputChange in sleep duration and visceral fat accumulation over 6 years in adults201492-s2.0-84899981058
131542 TremblayChanges in the obesity phenotype within Canadian children and adults, 1981 to 2007-20092012132-s2.0-84859214413
132563 TremblayChanges in the rates of awareness, treatment and control of hypertension in Canada over the past two decades20111312-s2.0-79958759601
133340 AdamoCharacterization of the insulin-like growth factor axis in term pregnancies complicated by maternal obesity201262-s2.0-84870030339
134581 TremblayChild health ecological surveillance system (CHESS) for childhood obesity: A feasibility study201012-s2.0-77954580549
135349AdamoChild obesity and fitness levels among Kenyan and Canadian children from urban and rural environments: A KIDS-CAN Research Alliance Study2011242-s2.0-79960026377
136565AdamoChild obesity and fitness levels among Kenyan and Canadian children from urban and rural environments: A KIDS-CAN Research Alliance Study2011242-s2.0-79960026377
137680LongmuirChildhood physical activity body contact risk: Feasibility of a novel technique for objective measurements of impact speed, frequency, and intentionality201602-s2.0-84959046726
138683LongmuirChildren After Fontan have Strength and Body Composition Similar to Healthy Peers and Can Successfully Participate in Daily Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity201512-s2.0-84925491211
13928 ChaputChildren and youth do not compensate for an imposed bout of prolonged sitting by reducing subsequent food intake or increasing physical activity levels: A randomised cross-over study2014102-s2.0-84894113041
140155 ChaputChildren and youth do not compensate for an imposed bout of prolonged sitting by reducing subsequent food intake or increasing physical activity levels: A randomised cross-over study2014102-s2.0-84894113041
141465 ChaputChildren and youth do not compensate for an imposed bout of prolonged sitting by reducing subsequent food intake or increasing physical activity levels: A randomised cross-over study2014102-s2.0-84894113041
142721 ChaputChildren and youth do not compensate for an imposed bout of prolonged sitting by reducing subsequent food intake or increasing physical activity levels: A randomised cross-over study2014102-s2.0-84894113041
143566 TremblayClustering of children's activity behaviour: The use of self-report versus direct measures201182-s2.0-80052881549
144120 ChaputCombinations of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep: Relationships with health indicators in school-aged children and youth201672-s2.0-84983009788
145416 ChaputCombinations of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep: Relationships with health indicators in school-aged children and youth201672-s2.0-84983009788
146187ChaputCombined associations between moderate to vigorous physical activity and sedentary behaviour with cardiometabolic risk factors in children2013412-s2.0-84877761895
147507ChaputCombined associations between moderate to vigorous physical activity and sedentary behaviour with cardiometabolic risk factors in children2013412-s2.0-84877761895
148143 ChaputCombined physical activity/sedentary behavior associations with indices of adiposity in 8- to 10-year-old children201522-s2.0-84922484983
14920 GoldfieldComparative distribution and validity of DSM-IV and DSM-5 diagnoses of eating disorders in adolescents from the community201512-s2.0-84965086839
15024 GoldfieldComparative distribution and validity of DSM-IV and DSM-5 diagnoses of eating disorders in adolescents from the community201582-s2.0-84923083761
151637 TremblayComparative validity assessment of five activity monitors: Does being a child matter?2007192-s2.0-34848829509
152424 TremblayComparing the Influence of Dynamic and Static Versions of Media in Evaluating Physical-Activity-Promotion Ads201502-s2.0-84954568160
153228ChaputComparison of 150-mm versus 100-mm visual analogue scales in free living adult subjects201092-s2.0-77953621748
156388 TremblayConstruct Validity of the Neighborhood Environment Walkability Scale for Africa201602-s2.0-84992365959
157160 ChaputConsuming more than just stories: Does what children watch on TV while eating influence how much they eat?201402-s2.0-84928888197
158438TremblayCoordinated efforts in the reporting of global physical activity201512-s2.0-84920483218
159462 TremblayCorrelates of objectively measured overweight/obesity and physical activity in Kenyan school children: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya2014122-s2.0-84902273878
160134 ChaputCorrelates of objectively measured sedentary time and self-reported screen time in Canadian children201542-s2.0-84925875561
161436 ChaputCorrelates of objectively measured sedentary time and self-reported screen time in Canadian children201542-s2.0-84925875561
162131 ChaputCorrelates of total sedentary time and screen time in 9-11 year-old children around the world: The international study of childhood obesity, lifestyle and the environment2015222-s2.0-84936091435
163429 ChaputCorrelates of total sedentary time and screen time in 9-11 year-old children around the world: The international study of childhood obesity, lifestyle and the environment2015222-s2.0-84936091435
164330 AdamoCounseling about gestational weight gain and healthy lifestyle during pregnancy: Canadian maternity care providers' self-evaluation201352-s2.0-84884851822
165719 ColleyCreation of a reference dataset of neck sizes in children: Standardizing a potential new tool for prediction of obesity-associated diseases?201472-s2.0-84902702386
166692LongmuirCross-sectional study of motor development among children after the Fontan procedure201222-s2.0-84863687320
168196 ChaputDaily energy balance in children and adolescents. Does energy expenditure predict subsequent energy intake?2013232-s2.0-84868540759
169742 ColleyDaily patterns of physical activity among Canadians201242-s2.0-84865552007
170744 ColleyDaily patterns of physical activity among Canadians.201272-s2.0-84865967012
171538ColleyDaily step target to measure adherence to physical activity guidelines in children2012462-s2.0-84859904079
172746ColleyDaily step target to measure adherence to physical activity guidelines in children2012462-s2.0-84859904079
173230 ChaputDairy beverages and energy balance2010272-s2.0-77950953722
175607 TremblayDesk potatoes: The importance of occupational physical activity on health2008202-s2.0-50949107290
1763 GunnellDevelopment and preliminary validation of a comprehensive questionnaire to assesswomen’s knowledge and perception of the current weight gain guidelines during pregnancy201602-s2.0-85003706719
177278 GunnellDevelopment and preliminary validation of a comprehensive questionnaire to assesswomen’s knowledge and perception of the current weight gain guidelines during pregnancy201602-s2.0-85003706719
179496 TremblayDevelopment of a population-based microsimulation model of physical activity in Canada201322-s2.0-84888120833
180138ChaputDiabetes risk increased between spouses201502-s2.0-84915819812
182787 HadjiyannakisDiffering clinical features in Aboriginal vs. non-Aboriginal children presenting with type 2 diabetes201272-s2.0-84865653884
183441 TremblayDirect and self-reported measures of physical activity and sedentary behaviours by weight status in school-aged children: Results from ISCOLE-Kenya201522-s2.0-84943188182
184544TremblayDirectives canadiennes en matière d'activité physique pour la petite enfance (enfants âgés de 0 à 4 ans)201202-s2.0-84859417496
185545TremblayDirectives canadiennes en matière de comportement sédentaire pour la petite enfance (enfants âgés de 0 à 4 ans)201202-s2.0-84859414493
186177 ChaputDiscussion of "influence of netball-based exercise on energy intake, subjective appetite and plasma acylated ghrelin in adolescent girls"1201322-s2.0-84884474540
187213ChaputDo active video games increase food intake?201132-s2.0-80053213779
188223ChaputDo all sedentary activities lead to weight gain: Sleep does not2010432-s2.0-78149279784
189456 TremblayDo sugar-sweetened beverages cause adverse health outcomes in adults? A systematic review protocol201422-s2.0-84920754679
190457 HadjiyannakisDo sugar-sweetened beverages cause adverse health outcomes in children? A systematic review protocol201452-s2.0-84928034481
191779 HadjiyannakisDo sugar-sweetened beverages cause adverse health outcomes in children? A systematic review protocol201452-s2.0-84928034481
19211AdamoDoes intervening in childcare settings impact fundamental movement skill development?201622-s2.0-84949845792
195500 TremblayDyslipidemia prevalence, treatment, control, and awareness in the Canadian health measures survey2013122-s2.0-84879566668
196163 ChaputEating behavior traits and sleep as determinants of weight loss in overweight and obese adults201412-s2.0-84927714625
19817 GoldfieldEffects of aerobic and resistance training on abdominal fat, apolipoproteins and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in adolescents with obesity: The HEARTY randomized clinical trial201512-s2.0-84943454711
199773 GoldfieldEffects of aerobic and resistance training on abdominal fat, apolipoproteins and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in adolescents with obesity: The HEARTY randomized clinical trial201512-s2.0-84943454711
20016 GoldfieldEffects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal fitness in adolescents with obesity: The HEARTY trial201522-s2.0-84959280729
201772 GoldfieldEffects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal fitness in adolescents with obesity: The HEARTY trial201522-s2.0-84959280729
20234 GoldfieldEffects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on percentage body fat and cardiometabolic risk markers in obese adolescents: The healthy eating aerobic and resistance training in youth randomized clinical trial2014252-s2.0-84909633948
203781 GoldfieldEffects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on percentage body fat and cardiometabolic risk markers in obese adolescents: The healthy eating aerobic and resistance training in youth randomized clinical trial2014252-s2.0-84909633948
20415GoldfieldEffects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on psychological health in adolescents with obesity: The HEARTY randomized controlled trial201522-s2.0-84940486526
205771GoldfieldEffects of aerobic training, resistance training, or both on psychological health in adolescents with obesity: The HEARTY randomized controlled trial201522-s2.0-84940486526
2067GoldfieldEffects of Child Care Intervention on Physical Activity and Body Composition201612-s2.0-84969931485
20868GoldfieldEffects of dietary restraint and body mass index on the relative reinforcing value of snack food200962-s2.0-58149122782
209823 LloydEffects of intensity of treadmill training on developmental outcomes and stepping in infants with Down syndrome: A randomized trial2008532-s2.0-37549040501
21061AdamoEffects of interactive video game cycling on overweight and obese adolescent health2010222-s2.0-78650288555
211350AdamoEffects of interactive video game cycling on overweight and obese adolescent health2010222-s2.0-78650288555
212611 TremblayEffects of measurement on obesity and morbidity.2008302-s2.0-49649098143
21375GoldfieldEffects of modifying physical activity and sedentary behavior on psychosocial adjustment in overweight/obese children2007332-s2.0-34547659982
214362GoldfieldEffects of modifying physical activity and sedentary behavior on psychosocial adjustment in overweight/obese children2007332-s2.0-34547659982
215634 TremblayEffects of physical activity on pediatric reference data for obesity200722-s2.0-36349015988
216819 LloydEffects of treadmill training on physical activity in infants at risk for neuromotor delay201002-s2.0-84865444858
217166ChaputElectronic screens in children's bedrooms and adiposity, physical activity and sleep: Do the number and type of electronic devices matter?201462-s2.0-84906817354
218482ChaputElectronic screens in children's bedrooms and adiposity, physical activity and sleep: Do the number and type of electronic devices matter?201462-s2.0-84906817354
219342 AdamoEmerging evidence of the physical activity transition in Kenya2012152-s2.0-84861204436
220537 AdamoEmerging evidence of the physical activity transition in Kenya2012152-s2.0-84861204436
22112 GoldfieldEnergy depletion by diet or aerobic exercise alone: Impact of energy deficit modality on appetite parameters201622-s2.0-84962645345
223127ChaputEnergy intake adaptations to acute isoenergetic active video games and exercise are similar in obese adolescents201562-s2.0-84947045127
224690 LongmuirEnhanced physiology for submaximal exercise in children after the Fontan procedure201342-s2.0-84878871765
226562 TremblayErratum: Validation of the Actiheart activity monitor for measurement of activity energy expenditure in children and adolescents with chronic disease (European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2010) 64 (1494-1500) DOI: 10.1038/ejcn.2010.196)201102-s2.0-79960081716
227694 TremblayErratum: Validation of the Actiheart activity monitor for measurement of activity energy expenditure in children and adolescents with chronic disease (European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2010) 64 (1494-1500) DOI: 10.1038/ejcn.2010.196)201102-s2.0-79960081716
228615 TremblayEstablishing a profile of physical activity and inactivity: the next generation [Etablissement du profil de l'activité physique et de l'inactivité : la prochaine génération.]200742-s2.0-66149124472
229614 TremblayEstablishing a profile of physical activity and inactivity: The next generation [Établissement du profil de l'activité physique et de l'inactivité: La prochaine géné ration]200712-s2.0-84871643048
230610 TremblayEstimates of obesity based on self-report versus direct measures.2008882-s2.0-54549084429
23136AdamoEvaluating a fruit and vegetable program: In Eastern Ontario schools201322-s2.0-84892752621
232328AdamoEvaluating a fruit and vegetable program: In Eastern Ontario schools201322-s2.0-84892752621
233393 TremblayEvaluating the ParticipACTION “Think Again” Campaign201602-s2.0-84978196660
234280 GunnellEvaluating the quality and accuracy of online physical activity resources for individuals living with osteoporosis201602-s2.0-84961199395
235504 TremblayEvaluating the uptake of Canada's new physical activity and sedentary behavior guidelines on service organizations' websites201342-s2.0-84878748564
236463 TremblayEvidence of an overweight/obesity transition among school-aged children and youth in Sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review2014182-s2.0-84899898777
237543 TremblayEvidence-based exercise prescription: Raising the standard of delivery201202-s2.0-84860904685
2388GunnellExamining the bidirectional relationship between physical activity, screen time, and symptoms of anxiety and depression over time during adolescence201602-s2.0-84964328509
239279GunnellExamining the bidirectional relationship between physical activity, screen time, and symptoms of anxiety and depression over time during adolescence201602-s2.0-84964328509
240124 ChaputExamining the influence of a text message-based sleep and physical activity intervention among young adult smokers in the United States201522-s2.0-84938846628
241486 TremblayExamining the potential disconnect between parents' perceptions and reality regarding the physical activity levels of their children201422-s2.0-84923050796
242329 AdamoExcessive gestational weight gain and obesity contribute to altered expression of maternal insulin-like growth factor binding protein-3201342-s2.0-84885594926
243343 AdamoExcessive gestational weight gain predicts large for gestational age neonates independent of maternal body mass index2012572-s2.0-84859918836
2442 GoldfieldExcessive Time on Social Networking Sites and Disordered Eating Behaviors among Undergraduate Students: Appearance and Weight Esteem as Mediating Pathways201602-s2.0-85003571650
245758ColleyExercise-induced energy expenditure: Implications for exercise prescription and obesity2010272-s2.0-77953362783
246141 ChaputFacilitators and barriers to noninvasive ventilation adherence in youth with nocturnal hypoventilation secondary to obesity or neuromuscular disease201512-s2.0-84954475156
247540 TremblayFactors Associated With Lack of Awareness and Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure Among Canadian Adults With Hypertension2012342-s2.0-84860919927
248695LongmuirFactors associated with the physical activity level of children who have the Fontan procedure2011142-s2.0-79851476215
24956GoldfieldFamily meals and body mass index among adolescents: Effects of gender2011202-s2.0-80051975602
25029 GoldfieldFasting for 24 hours heightens reward from food and food-related cues2014112-s2.0-84898662112
25148 GoldfieldFasting for 24h improves nasal chemosensory performance and food palatability in a related manner2012172-s2.0-84858991072
252171 ChaputFatness predicts decreased physical activity and increased sedentary time, but not vice versa: Support from a longitudinal study in 8- to 11-year-old children2014362-s2.0-84904048752
253693 LongmuirFeasibility of improving the motor development of toddlers with congenital heart defects using a home-based intervention201262-s2.0-84863464889
254499 TremblayFeasibility, validity, and reliability of the plank isometric hold as a field-based assessment of torso muscular endurance for children 8-12 years of age201332-s2.0-84883613684
255687 TremblayFeasibility, validity, and reliability of the plank isometric hold as a field-based assessment of torso muscular endurance for children 8-12 years of age201332-s2.0-84883613684
257587 TremblayFitness of Canadian adults: results from the 2007-2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey.2010652-s2.0-77952299498
258588TremblayFitness of Canadian children and youth: results from the 2007-2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey.20101262-s2.0-77952298603
259575 TremblayFolate status of the population in the Canadian Health Measures Survey2011742-s2.0-79551708360
260541 TremblayFolic acid supplement use is the most significant predictor of folate concentrations in Canadian women of childbearing age2012132-s2.0-84859355231
261183 ChaputFood consumption in children and youth: Effect of sedentary activities201322-s2.0-84881030143
262128ChaputFood intake response to exercise and active video gaming in adolescents effect of weight status201522-s2.0-84955200133
263354 AdamoFunctional characterization of a promoter polymorphism that drives ACSL5 gene expression in skeletal muscle and associates with diet-induced weight loss2009102-s2.0-67649321758
264332 AdamoGaming, Adiposity, and Obesogenic Behaviors among Children201312-s2.0-84992750936
26569GoldfieldGender differences in response to a physical activity intervention in overweight and obese children2008102-s2.0-57849088793
266359GoldfieldGender differences in response to a physical activity intervention in overweight and obese children2008102-s2.0-57849088793
26753GoldfieldGender differences in the effects of methylphenidate on energy intake in young adults: A preliminary study201122-s2.0-82455206291
268211GoldfieldGender differences in the effects of methylphenidate on energy intake in young adults: A preliminary study201122-s2.0-82455206291
269356AdamoGene-environment interaction and the metabolic syndrome200862-s2.0-56049123878
270358AdamoGene-Environment Interaction and the Metabolic Syndrome200832-s2.0-52449114427
271361AdamoGenotype-specific weight loss treatment advice: How close are we?2007112-s2.0-34547461847
272318 AdamoGestational weight gain and medical outcomes of pregnancy201512-s2.0-84942317860
273383TremblayGlobal matrix 2.0: Report card grades on the physical activity of children and youth comparing 38 countries201612-s2.0-84998953809
276292GunnellGoal contents, motivation, psychological need satisfaction, well-being and physical activity: A test of self-determination theory over 6 months2014172-s2.0-84886852123
277630TremblayGuides and guidelines for physical activity for Canadians: facts and future [Lignes directrices et guides sur l'activité physique à l'intention des Canadiens : les faits et l'avenir.]200702-s2.0-66149102822
278631TremblayGuides and guidelines for physical activity for Canadians: Facts and future [Lignes directrices et guides sur l'activité physique à l'intention des canadiens: Les faits et l'avenir]200702-s2.0-84871650835
279552 TremblayHarmonization of guidelines for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease: The C-CHANGE Initiative2011342-s2.0-80054715975
280548TremblayHarmonization of guidelines for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease: The C-CHANGE Initiative (CMAJ)201202-s2.0-84857427760
281560 TremblayHealth risks, correlates, and interventions to reduce sedentary behavior in young people2011992-s2.0-79960515938
283105 ChaputHealth-Related Quality of Life and Lifestyle Behavior Clusters in School-Aged Children from 12 Countries201602-s2.0-85009188408
284391 ChaputHealth-Related Quality of Life and Lifestyle Behavior Clusters in School-Aged Children from 12 Countries201602-s2.0-85009188408
28647 GoldfieldHealthy eating, aerobic and resistance training in youth (HEARTY): Study rationale, design and methods201292-s2.0-84861526425
287789 GoldfieldHealthy eating, aerobic and resistance training in youth (HEARTY): Study rationale, design and methods201292-s2.0-84861526425
288688LongmuirHome-based rehabilitation enhances daily physical activity and motor skill in children who have undergone the fontan procedure201342-s2.0-84878016341
289103 ChaputHousehold-level correlates of children's physical activity levels in and across 12 countries201602-s2.0-84988735748
290389 ChaputHousehold-level correlates of children's physical activity levels in and across 12 countries201602-s2.0-84988735748
291791 HadjiyannakisHyperglycemic hyperosmolar syndrome at the onset of type 2 diabetes mellitus in an adolescent male201242-s2.0-84858183749
292142 ChaputIdentifying children's nocturnal sleep using 24-h waist accelerometry2015212-s2.0-84928153344
294323ColleyImpact of accelerometer epoch length on physical activity and sedentary behaviour outcomes for preschool-aged children2014132-s2.0-84893035844
295722ColleyImpact of accelerometer epoch length on physical activity and sedentary behaviour outcomes for preschool-aged children2014132-s2.0-84893035844
296229 ChaputImpact of adopting a vegan diet or an olestra supplementation on plasma organochlorine concentrations: Results from two pilot studies201072-s2.0-77953063937
297472TremblayImpact of the active healthy kids Canada report card: A 10-year analysis2014182-s2.0-84911444720
298765ColleyImplications of the variability in time to isotopic equilibrium in the deuterium dilution technique2007142-s2.0-35748939064
299148ChaputImportance of all movement behaviors in a 24 hour period for overall health2014212-s2.0-84915821876
300453ChaputImportance of all movement behaviors in a 24 hour period for overall health2014212-s2.0-84915821876
301135 ChaputImproving wear time compliance with a 24-hour waist-worn accelerometer protocol in the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE)2015212-s2.0-84924584808
302437 ChaputImproving wear time compliance with a 24-hour waist-worn accelerometer protocol in the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE)2015212-s2.0-84924584808
303188 ChaputInadequate Sleep as a Contributor to Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes2013212-s2.0-84876799959
304623TremblayIncidental movement, lifestyle-embedded activity and sleep: New frontiers in physical activity assessment2007192-s2.0-38149062078
305762TremblayIncidental movement, lifestyle-embedded activity and sleep: New frontiers in physical activity assessment2007192-s2.0-38149062078
306628TremblayIncidental movement, lifestyle-embedded activity and sleep: new frontiers in physical activity assessment.2007332-s2.0-38949146471
307764TremblayIncidental movement, lifestyle-embedded activity and sleep: new frontiers in physical activity assessment.2007332-s2.0-38949146471
309159ChaputIncreased food intake by insufficient sleep in humans: Are we jumping the gun on the hormonal explanation?2014112-s2.0-84905382904
310169 TremblayIndependent and combined associations of total sedentary time and television viewing time with food intake patterns of 9- to 11-year-old Canadian children201492-s2.0-84905165094
311487 TremblayIndependent and combined associations of total sedentary time and television viewing time with food intake patterns of 9- to 11-year-old Canadian children201492-s2.0-84905165094
312455 TremblayIndividual, social and physical environmental correlates of sedentary behaviours in adults: A systematic review protocol201432-s2.0-84927948576
313198ChaputInfluence of propionate on appetite control and metabolism201202-s2.0-84870203546
314604TremblayInitiatives related to childhood obesity and inactivity in Canada: Year 2007 in review200802-s2.0-84909143123
315157 ChaputInsulin secretion and its association with physical activity, fitness and screen time in children201452-s2.0-84895910955
317233ChaputIntelligence and obesity: Does the intensity of mental workload matter?201012-s2.0-77954043204
31851 GoldfieldInternalization of the thin and muscular body ideal and disordered eating in adolescence: The mediation effects of body esteem2012322-s2.0-84355162210
320396 TremblayInternational normative 20 m shuttle run values from 1 142 026 children and youth representing 50 countries201612-s2.0-84970038964
321390 TremblayInternational variability in 20 m shuttle run performance in children and youth: Who are the fittest from a 50-country comparison? A systematic literature review with pooling of aggregate results201602-s2.0-84988710044
322313 AdamoIntrapersonal, social and physical environmental determinants of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in working-age women: A systematic review protocol201522-s2.0-84927942778
323115TremblayIntroduction to the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for children and youth: An integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep201672-s2.0-84982068173
324406TremblayIntroduction to the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for children and youth: An integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep201672-s2.0-84982068173
325384TremblayIntroduction to the Global Matrix 2.0: Report card grades on the physical activity of children and youth comparing 38 countries201622-s2.0-84998591773
326488 TremblayInvestigating the role of brand equity in predicting the relationship between message exposure and parental support for their child's physical activity201422-s2.0-84901268930
32726 ChaputIs energy intake altered by a 10-week aerobic exercise intervention in obese adolescents?201432-s2.0-84903379005
328149 ChaputIs energy intake altered by a 10-week aerobic exercise intervention in obese adolescents?201432-s2.0-84903379005
329321 ChaputIs energy intake altered by a 10-week aerobic exercise intervention in obese adolescents?201432-s2.0-84903379005
33031GoldfieldIs exergaming a viable tool in the fight against childhood obesity?201412-s2.0-84897477030
331164GoldfieldIs exergaming a viable tool in the fight against childhood obesity?201412-s2.0-84897477030
332201 ChaputIs obesity prevention as simple as turning off the television and having a nap?201252-s2.0-84871873810
333382 TremblayIs our youth cycling to health? results from the Netherlands' 2016 report card on physical activity for children and youth201612-s2.0-84998995933
335210ChaputIs physical activity in weight management more about calories in than calories out?2011122-s2.0-82255195277
336112ChaputIs sleep deprivation a contributor to obesity in children?201612-s2.0-84959281218
337226ChaputIs sleeping more and working less a new way to control our appetite201032-s2.0-77956343828
338782 HadjiyannakisIt's like rocket science...only more complex: Challenges and experiences related to managing pediatric obesity in Canada201422-s2.0-84899094669
339448 TremblayKnowledge and awareness of Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines: A synthesis of existing evidence201572-s2.0-84938526232
340353 AdamoKnowledge translation to fitness trainers: A systematic review201062-s2.0-77950832434
341104ChaputLack of sleep as a contributor to obesity in adolescents: Impacts on eating and activity behaviors201612-s2.0-84988905840
342111ChaputLean adolescents achieve higher intensities but not higher energy expenditure while playing active video games compared with obese ones201632-s2.0-84960373597
345529TremblayLetter to the editor: Standardized use of the terms "sedentary" and "sedentary behaviours"20125372-s2.0-84860464491
346530TremblayLetter to the editor: Standardized use of the terms «sedentariness» and «sedentary behavior». Research network on sedentary behavior [Lettre à l'éditeur: Utilisation standardisée des termes « sédentarité » et « comportements sédentaires » réseau de recherche sur le comportement sédentaire]201232-s2.0-84861522972
347619 TremblayLimitations of Canada's physical activity data: Implications for monitoring trends2007402-s2.0-38149119005
348616 TremblayLimitations of Canada's physical activity data: implications for monitoring trends.2007212-s2.0-38949170741
349618 TremblayLimitations of data on physical activity in Canada: implications for monitoring trends [Limitations des données sur l'activité physique du Canada : répercussions sur les tendances de la surveillance.]200702-s2.0-66149084030
350613 TremblayLimitations of data on physical activity in Canada: Implications for monitoring trends [Limitations des données sur l'activité physique du Canada: Répercussions sur les tendances de la surveillance]200722-s2.0-84871648414
351283GunnellLinking psychological need satisfaction and physical activity to dimensions of health-related quality of life during adolescence: A test of direct, reciprocal, and mediating effects201602-s2.0-85009724111
352770 HadjiyannakisLMS tables for waist-circumference and waist-height ratio Z-scores in children aged 5-19 y in NHANES III: Association with cardio-metabolic risks201532-s2.0-84951282996
353517 TremblayLocal social environmental factors are associated with household food insecurity in a longitudinal study of children2012122-s2.0-84870055123
354139 ChaputLong duration of stressful homework as a potential obesogenic factor in children: A QUALITY study201542-s2.0-84925862457
355468LloydLong-term importance of fundamental motor skills: A 20-year follow-up study2014142-s2.0-84891587631
357208ChaputLonger sleep duration associates with lower adiposity gain in adult short sleepers2012272-s2.0-84860711145
358443 TremblayLow aerobic fitness in brazilian adolescents [Baixa aptidão aeróbia em adolescentes brasileiros]201532-s2.0-84929327185
359150 ChaputLow physical activity level and short sleep duration are associated with an increased cardio-metabolic risk profile: A longitudinal study in 8-11 year old Danish children2014212-s2.0-84905457688
360635TremblayMajor initiatives related to childhood obesity and physical inactivity in Canada200792-s2.0-37249041479
361521TremblayMajor initiatives related to childhood obesity and physical inactivity in canada: The year in review2012142-s2.0-84864650279
36250GoldfieldMaking access to TV contingent on physical activity: Effects on liking and relative reinforcing value of TV and physical activity in overweight and obese children201242-s2.0-84858861143
36499 ChaputMaternal gestational diabetes and childhood obesity at age 9–11: results of a multinational study201602-s2.0-84981218700
365387 ChaputMaternal gestational diabetes and childhood obesity at age 9–11: results of a multinational study201602-s2.0-84981218700
366314 AdamoMaternal, paternal, and societal efforts are needed to "cure" childhood obesity201502-s2.0-84926344655
367320 AdamoMaternal–Fetal nutrient transport in pregnancy pathologies: The role of the placenta2014302-s2.0-84907221219
368200 ChaputMeasure of sleep and physical activity by a single accelerometer: Can a waist-worn Actigraph adequately measure sleep in children?2012282-s2.0-84867125881
369290 GunnellMeasurement invariance of the passion scale across three samples: An ESEM approach201402-s2.0-84926003964
370526 TremblayMeasures of abdominal obesity within body mass index categories, 1981 and 2007-2009201262-s2.0-84865547722
371534 TremblayMeasures of abdominal obesity within body mass index categories, 1981 and 2007-2009.201202-s2.0-84865984102
372288GunnellMeasuring perceived barriers to physical activity in adolescents201502-s2.0-84930855214
373132 TremblayMediating role of television time, diet patterns, physical activity and sleep duration in the association between television in the bedroom and adiposity in 10 year-old children201542-s2.0-84929440791
374434 TremblayMediating role of television time, diet patterns, physical activity and sleep duration in the association between television in the bedroom and adiposity in 10 year-old children201542-s2.0-84929440791
375766 ColleyMetabolic and behavioral compensatory responses to exercise interventions: Barriers to weight loss20071182-s2.0-34547177349
377212ChaputMetabolic Effects of Propionic Acid-Enriched Breads201112-s2.0-84870233415
378154ChaputMetabolically healthy overweight and obesity201412-s2.0-84897471589
379767 HadjiyannakisMetformin for treatment of overweight induced by atypical antipsychotic medication in young people with autism spectrum disorder: A randomized clinical trial201602-s2.0-84996606750
38073 GoldfieldMethylphenidate hydrochloride increases energy expenditure in healthy adults200882-s2.0-39449090152
38174GoldfieldMethylphenidate reduces energy intake and dietary fat intake in adults: A mechanism of reduced reinforcing value of food?2007312-s2.0-34547896683
382319 AdamoMiddle-aged women's decisions about body weight management: Needs assessment and testing of a knowledge translation tool201522-s2.0-84926657717
383219 ChaputMilk supplementation facilitates appetite control in obese women during weight loss: A randomised, single-blind, placebo-controlled trial2011402-s2.0-79951622971
384567ColleyModerate and vigorous physical activity intensity cut-points for the Actical accelerometer2011582-s2.0-79957761874
385751ColleyModerate and vigorous physical activity intensity cut-points for the Actical accelerometer2011582-s2.0-79957761874
386218ChaputModern sedentary activities promote overconsumption of food in our current obesogenic environment2011982-s2.0-79955005049
387113ChaputMore on Current Status and Needed Research in G4H for Children - The Challenge201602-s2.0-84983229965
388480 TremblayMothers' intentions to support children's physical activity related to attention and implicit agreement with advertisements201432-s2.0-84899447827
390602TremblayMoving forward by looking back: Children's physical activity across the ages200802-s2.0-48649090443
391603TremblayMoving forward by looking back: Lessons learned from long-lost lifestyles2008172-s2.0-48649094149
392573TremblayNew Canadian physical activity guidelines2011582-s2.0-79954520844
393418 TremblayNEWS for Africa: Adaptation and reliability of a built environment questionnaire for physical activity in seven African countries201602-s2.0-84974822429
39432 ChaputNo clear evidence that exergames can prevent obesity201412-s2.0-84904392435
395165 ChaputNo clear evidence that exergames can prevent obesity201412-s2.0-84904392435
396478 ChaputNo clear evidence that exergames can prevent obesity201412-s2.0-84904392435
398192 ChaputNo relation between sleep duration and adiposity indicators in 9-36 months old children: the SKOT cohort2013122-s2.0-84878376733
400554 TremblayObesity estimates for children based on parent-reported versus direct measures2011282-s2.0-84856701831
401556 TremblayObesity estimates for children based on parent-reported versus direct measures.201132-s2.0-84856368051
403203ChaputObesity: A disease or a biological adaptation? An update2012312-s2.0-84864007629
404209TremblayObesity: The allostatic load of weight loss dieting2012102-s2.0-84857120493
405400 TremblayObjectively measured patterns of sedentary time and physical activity in young adults of the Raine study cohort201602-s2.0-84962018337
406452 TremblayObjectively measured physical activity of young Canadian children using accelerometry201502-s2.0-84948437572
407167ChaputObjectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and sleep duration: Independent and combined associations with adiposity in canadian childre2014172-s2.0-84903715724
408484ChaputObjectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and sleep duration: Independent and combined associations with adiposity in canadian childre2014172-s2.0-84903715724
409145 TremblayObjectively-measured sleep and its association with adiposity and physical activity in a sample of Canadian children201562-s2.0-84923842312
410447 TremblayObjectively-measured sleep and its association with adiposity and physical activity in a sample of Canadian children201562-s2.0-84923842312
411289 GunnellOptimism, pessimism, and coping in a dual-domain model of sport and school satisfaction201522-s2.0-84971497789
412794 HadjiyannakisOsteosclerosis in two brothers with autosomal dominant pseudohypoparathyroidism type 1b: Bone histomorphometric analysis201192-s2.0-78751515788
41314 GunnellOutdoor time, physical activity, sedentary time, and health indicators at ages 7 to 14: 2012/2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey201602-s2.0-85009810474
414285 GunnellOutdoor time, physical activity, sedentary time, and health indicators at ages 7 to 14: 2012/2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey201602-s2.0-85009810474
415409 GunnellOutdoor time, physical activity, sedentary time, and health indicators at ages 7 to 14: 2012/2013 Canadian Health Measures Survey201602-s2.0-85009810474
41645 GoldfieldOverweight and obese teenagers: Why is adolescence a critical period?2012612-s2.0-84867301180
41730 GoldfieldOverweight or obese young people are not at increased risk of depression, but young people with depression are at increased risk of obesity201432-s2.0-84907587613
418491 TremblayPaediatricians' awareness of, agreement with and use of the new Canadian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for children and youth zero to 17 years of age201372-s2.0-84889032479
419324AdamoParental perceptions and childhood dietary quality2014152-s2.0-84899433213
420595 TremblayParticipACTION: Awareness of the participACTION campaign among Canadian adults - Examining the knowledge gap hypothesis and a hierarchy-of-effects model2009142-s2.0-73149097216
421596 TremblayParticipACTION: Baseline assessment of the 'new ParticipACTION': A quantitative survey of Canadian organizational awareness and capacity200962-s2.0-73149084425
422594 TremblayParticipACTION: Baseline assessment of the capacity available to the 'New ParticipACTION': A qualitative study of Canadian organizations200952-s2.0-73149085949
423593TremblayParticipACTION: Overview and introduction of baseline research on the "new" ParticipACTION200962-s2.0-73149115994
424426 TremblayPatterns of movement behaviors and their association with overweight and obesity in youth201552-s2.0-84933178762
425485 ColleyPatterns of sedentary time and cardiometabolic risk among Canadian adults2014282-s2.0-84900447568
426727 ColleyPatterns of sedentary time and cardiometabolic risk among Canadian adults2014282-s2.0-84900447568
42746 GoldfieldPerceived facilitators, barriers, and changes in a randomized exercise trial for obese youth: A qualitative inquiry201242-s2.0-84863908569
428788 GoldfieldPerceived facilitators, barriers, and changes in a randomized exercise trial for obese youth: A qualitative inquiry201242-s2.0-84863908569
429363AdamoPeroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ 2 and acyl-CoA synthetase 5 polymorphisms influence diet response2007282-s2.0-34250682927
430769 HadjiyannakisPersistent Albuminuria in Children with Type 2 Diabetes: A Canadian Paediatric Surveillance Program Study201632-s2.0-84955738470
431642 TremblayPhysical activity and body mass index of children in an old order Amish community2007392-s2.0-34247558546
432620 TremblayPhysical activity and inactivity profiling: The next generation2007282-s2.0-38149103225
433617 TremblayPhysical activity and inactivity profiling: the next generation.2007482-s2.0-38949198792
43458GoldfieldPhysical activity and psychological adjustment in adolescents201142-s2.0-79951936063
43560GoldfieldPhysical activity and psychological adjustment in adolescents2011132-s2.0-79951623922
436334ColleyPhysical activity and sedentary behavior during the early years in Canada: A cross-sectional study2013492-s2.0-84876999306
437506ColleyPhysical activity and sedentary behavior during the early years in Canada: A cross-sectional study2013492-s2.0-84876999306
438734ColleyPhysical activity and sedentary behavior during the early years in Canada: A cross-sectional study2013492-s2.0-84876999306
43922AdamoPhysical activity and sedentary behavior in obese youth201502-s2.0-84928827122
440316AdamoPhysical activity and sedentary behavior in obese youth201502-s2.0-84928827122
442776AdamoPhysical activity and sedentary behavior in obese youth201502-s2.0-84928827122
443412 ColleyPhysical activity and sedentary behaviour of Canadian children aged 3 to 5201602-s2.0-85009785230
445821LloydPhysical activity and walking onset in infants with down syndrome201092-s2.0-77951904396
447632TremblayPhysical activity guidelines and guides for Canadians: Facts and future2007152-s2.0-38149042758
448633TremblayPhysical activity guidelines and guides for Canadians: facts and future.200782-s2.0-38949216145
449195 ChaputPhysical Activity in Children and Youth May Have Greater Impact on Energy Intake Than Energy Expenditure201362-s2.0-84872168745
450822 LloydPhysical activity in infants with Down syndrome receiving a treadmill intervention2008172-s2.0-40649109804
451570ColleyPhysical activity of canadian adults: Accelerometer results from the 2007 to 2009 canadian health measures survey20111392-s2.0-79954476057
452754ColleyPhysical activity of canadian adults: Accelerometer results from the 2007 to 2009 canadian health measures survey20111392-s2.0-79954476057
453569ColleyPhysical activity of canadian children and youth: Accelerometer results from the 2007 to 2009 canadian health measures survey20114392-s2.0-84857684133
454753ColleyPhysical activity of canadian children and youth: Accelerometer results from the 2007 to 2009 canadian health measures survey20114392-s2.0-84857684133
455489TremblayPhysical activity of children: A global matrix of grades comparing 15 countries2014812-s2.0-84906538076
457220ChaputPhysical activity plays an important role in body weight regulation2011352-s2.0-79952605160
458592 TremblayPhysical activity profile of old order amish, mennonite, and contemporary children2010252-s2.0-75149119794
45949GoldfieldPhysical activity promotion in the preschool years: A critical period to intervene2012422-s2.0-84860249769
460345GoldfieldPhysical activity promotion in the preschool years: A critical period to intervene2012422-s2.0-84860249769
461445TremblayPhysical activity report cards: Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance and the Lancet Physical Activity Observatory201522-s2.0-84929244502
463206ChaputPhysical activity vs. sedentary time: Independent associations with adiposity in children2012492-s2.0-84863477134
464536ChaputPhysical activity vs. sedentary time: Independent associations with adiposity in children2012492-s2.0-84863477134
465535ColleyPhysical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep in Canadian children: parent-report versus direct measures and relative associations with health risk.2012302-s2.0-84865995261
466745ColleyPhysical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep in Canadian children: parent-report versus direct measures and relative associations with health risk.2012302-s2.0-84865995261
467528ColleyPhysical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep in Canadian children: Parentreport versus direct measures and relative associations with health risk201292-s2.0-84865548818
468743ColleyPhysical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep in Canadian children: Parentreport versus direct measures and relative associations with health risk201292-s2.0-84865548818
469147 ChaputPhysical Activity, Sedentary Time, and Obesity in an International Sample of Children2015202-s2.0-84941780197
470451 ChaputPhysical Activity, Sedentary Time, and Obesity in an International Sample of Children2015202-s2.0-84941780197
471109 ChaputPhysical activity, sedentary time, and sleep and the association with inflammatory markers and adiponectin in 8- to 11-year-old Danish children201602-s2.0-84984690361
472477 TremblayPhysical fitness, motor skill, and physical activity relationships in grade 4 to 6 children201432-s2.0-84899523090
473686 TremblayPhysical fitness, motor skill, and physical activity relationships in grade 4 to 6 children201432-s2.0-84899523090
474577TremblayPhysiological and health implications of a sedentary lifestyle20104202-s2.0-78650300800
475757TremblayPhysiological and health implications of a sedentary lifestyle20104202-s2.0-78650300800
476475 TremblayPlace and food insecurity: a critical review and synthesis of the literature201482-s2.0-84921946595
478108 ChaputPokémon Go: A game changer for the physical inactivity crisis?201602-s2.0-85006946030
479432TremblayPosition statement on active outdoor play2015122-s2.0-84934991820
480351 AdamoPractising what we preach: A look at healthy active living policy and practice in Canadian paediatric hospitals201032-s2.0-80054002946
481421 TremblayPredicting Changes Across 12 Months in Three Types of Parental Support Behaviors and Mothers’ Perceptions of Child Physical Activity201512-s2.0-84946131019
48266GoldfieldPredictors of response to an intervention modifying physical activity and sedentary behavior in overweight/obese children: Attitudes vs. Behavior200932-s2.0-67650832349
483337AdamoPregnancy is a critical period for prevention of obesity and cardiometabolic risk201282-s2.0-84872367869
484315 AdamoPrenatal physical activity and diet composition affect the expression of nutrient transporters and mTOR signaling molecules in the human placenta201522-s2.0-84920986037
485795 HadjiyannakisPrevalence and associated risk factors for secondary diabetes in Canadian children followed in pediatric tertiary care centres201022-s2.0-77955696988
486527 TremblayPrevalence and correlates of folic acid supplement use in Canada201242-s2.0-84865539318
487532 TremblayPrevalence and correlates of folic acid supplement use in Canada.201232-s2.0-84865986479
488439 TremblayPrevalence and correlates of high red blood cell folate concentrations in the Canadian population using 3 proposed cut-offs201502-s2.0-84943157783
489564 TremblayPrevalence and secular changes in abdominal obesity in Canadian adolescents and adults, 1981 to 2007-20092011482-s2.0-79956285957
490797 HadjiyannakisPrevalence of metabolic markers of insulin resistance in offspring of gestational diabetes pregnancies2008212-s2.0-38349166170
49164TremblayPrimary care screening and brief counselling for overweight or mildly obese children does not improve BMI, nutrition or physical activity201002-s2.0-77249095361
492590TremblayPrimary care screening and brief counselling for overweight or mildly obese children does not improve BMI, nutrition or physical activity201002-s2.0-77249095361
493583TremblayProcess description and evaluation of Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines development2010332-s2.0-77951955876
49437 ChaputProlonged sitting and markers of cardiometabolic disease risk in children and youth: A randomized crossover study2013242-s2.0-84884534558
495180 ChaputProlonged sitting and markers of cardiometabolic disease risk in children and youth: A randomized crossover study2013242-s2.0-84884534558
496498 ChaputProlonged sitting and markers of cardiometabolic disease risk in children and youth: A randomized crossover study2013242-s2.0-84884534558
497730 ChaputProlonged sitting and markers of cardiometabolic disease risk in children and youth: A randomized crossover study2013242-s2.0-84884534558
498689LongmuirPromotion of physical activity for children and adults with congenital heart disease: A scientific statement from the American Heart Association2013282-s2.0-84878299519
49997 ChaputProportion of children meeting recommendations for 24-hour movement guidelines and associations with adiposity in a 12-country study201602-s2.0-85000925847
500381 ChaputProportion of children meeting recommendations for 24-hour movement guidelines and associations with adiposity in a 12-country study201602-s2.0-85000925847
5046 GoldfieldPsychosocial health and quality of life among children with cardiac diagnoses: agreement and discrepancies between parent and child reports201602-s2.0-84988329140
505676 GoldfieldPsychosocial health and quality of life among children with cardiac diagnoses: agreement and discrepancies between parent and child reports201602-s2.0-84988329140
506585ColleyQuality control and data reduction procedures for accelerometry-derived measures of physical activity.20101302-s2.0-77952301582
507760ColleyQuality control and data reduction procedures for accelerometry-derived measures of physical activity.20101302-s2.0-77952301582
508579 TremblayQuality, quantity and harmony: The DataSHaPER approach to integrating data across bioclinical studies2010702-s2.0-78149233729
509364 AdamoQuantitative assessment of human muscle glycogen granules size and number in subcellular locations during recovery from prolonged exercise2007262-s2.0-34147129175
510428 TremblayRationale, design and methods for the 22 year follow-up of the Western Australian Pregnancy Cohort (Raine) Study201562-s2.0-84937196625
512691 LongmuirRecommendations for physical activity, recreation sport, and exercise training in paediatric patients with congenital heart disease: A report from the Exercise, Basic & Translational Research Section of the European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, the European Congenital Heart and Lung Exercise Group, and the Association for European Paediatric Cardiology2012442-s2.0-84873256387
513559 LloydRelationship between active school transport and body mass index in Grades-4-to-6 children201192-s2.0-80052722508
517146 ChaputRelationship between lifestyle behaviors and obesity in children ages 9-11: Results from a 12-country study2015212-s2.0-84937458366
518450 ChaputRelationship between lifestyle behaviors and obesity in children ages 9-11: Results from a 12-country study2015212-s2.0-84937458366
51996 ChaputRelationship between soft drink consumption and obesity in 9-11 years old children in a multi-national study201602-s2.0-85003691579
520380 ChaputRelationship between soft drink consumption and obesity in 9-11 years old children in a multi-national study201602-s2.0-85003691579
521519 TremblayRelationships between neighborhoods, physical activity, and obesity: A multilevel analysis of a large Canadian city2012262-s2.0-84866743422
522107 TremblayRelationships between parental education and overweight with childhood overweight and physical activity in 9-11 year old children: Results from a 12-country study201612-s2.0-84990986011
523394 TremblayRelationships between parental education and overweight with childhood overweight and physical activity in 9-11 year old children: Results from a 12-country study201612-s2.0-84990986011
52452GoldfieldRelative reinforcing value of energy-dense snack foods in overweight and obese adults201152-s2.0-81855220115
525576 TremblayRelaunching a National Social Marketing Campaign: Expectations and Challenges for the “New” ParticipACTION201122-s2.0-84855719465
526117ChaputReliability of a food menu to measure energy and macronutrient intake in adolescents201622-s2.0-84953637273
527191 ChaputReply to L Bennedsen et al201332-s2.0-84873333865
528214ChaputReply to M-E Mathieu and L Kakinami201102-s2.0-80053194078
529515TremblayReply to the discussion of "letter to the editor: Standardized use of the terms sedentary and sedentary behaviours" - sitting and reclining are different states201202-s2.0-84870197563
530125ChaputReply to VB Paravidino et al.201502-s2.0-84948799618
532627TremblayResearch illuminating the guidelines for physical activity in Canada: Introduction [La recherche qui é claire les guides sur l'activité physique au Canada: Introduction]200702-s2.0-66149111384
533495 TremblayResearch priorities for child and adolescent physical activity and sedentary behaviours: An international perspective using a twin-panel Delphi procedure2013172-s2.0-84886546172
534624TremblayResearch that informs Canada's physical activity guides: An introduction2007132-s2.0-38349096515
535621TremblayResearch that informs Canada's physical activity guides: an introduction.200732-s2.0-38949091837
53621 GoldfieldResistance Exercise in Already-Active Diabetic Individuals (READI): Study rationale, design and methods for a randomized controlled trial of resistance and aerobic exercise in type 1 diabetes201512-s2.0-84964289673
537775 GoldfieldResistance Exercise in Already-Active Diabetic Individuals (READI): Study rationale, design and methods for a randomized controlled trial of resistance and aerobic exercise in type 1 diabetes201512-s2.0-84964289673
538586 TremblayResting blood pressure and heart rate measurement in the Canadian Health Measures Survey, cycle 1.2010272-s2.0-77952318280
539172 ChaputResults from Canada's 2014 Report Card on physical activity for children and youth2014182-s2.0-84911399011
540490 ChaputResults from Canada's 2014 Report Card on physical activity for children and youth2014182-s2.0-84911399011
54198 ChaputResults from Canada's 2016 participaction report card on physical activity for children and youth201612-s2.0-84998772459
542386 ChaputResults from Canada's 2016 participaction report card on physical activity for children and youth201612-s2.0-84998772459
543470 TremblayResults from Kenya's 2014 report card on the physical activity and body weight of children and youth201452-s2.0-84925227161
544473 TremblayResults from Scotland's 2013 report card on physical activity for children and youth2014102-s2.0-84925223618
545522 ColleyResults from the active healthy kids Canada 2011 report card on physical activity for children and youth2012162-s2.0-84863769664
546740 ColleyResults from the active healthy kids Canada 2011 report card on physical activity for children and youth2012162-s2.0-84863769664
547505 ColleyResults from the Active Healthy Kids Canada 2012 report card on physical activity for children and youth201342-s2.0-84878930300
548733 ColleyResults from the Active Healthy Kids Canada 2012 report card on physical activity for children and youth201342-s2.0-84878930300
549385 TremblayResults from Zimbabwe's 2016 report card on physical activity for children and youth201612-s2.0-84999029564
551224ChaputRisk factors for adult overweight and obesity: The importance of looking beyond the 'Big Two'2010262-s2.0-78049427380
552793 HadjiyannakisRisk factors for medication-induced diabetes and type 2 diabetes201182-s2.0-79960468060
553474LongmuirRisks and benefits of childhood physical activity201422-s2.0-84922530913
554685LongmuirRisks and benefits of childhood physical activity201422-s2.0-84922530913
555725LongmuirRisks and benefits of childhood physical activity201422-s2.0-84922530913
556106 ChaputSchool bus travel is associated with bullying victimization among Canadian male, but not female, middle and high school students201602-s2.0-84976905680
558609 TremblayScreen time among Canadian adults: a profile.2008232-s2.0-54549105338
55919 GoldfieldScreen time is associated with depression and anxiety in Canadian youth2015112-s2.0-84922994579
5609GoldfieldScreen time is associated with depressive symptomatology among obese adolescents: a HEARTY study201632-s2.0-84963682870
561768GoldfieldScreen time is associated with depressive symptomatology among obese adolescents: a HEARTY study201632-s2.0-84963682870
56218GoldfieldScreen time is independently associated with health-related quality of life in overweight and obese adolescents201502-s2.0-84976527745
56325GoldfieldScreen time is independently associated with health-related quality of life in overweight and obese adolescents201502-s2.0-84941924699
564774GoldfieldScreen time is independently associated with health-related quality of life in overweight and obese adolescents201502-s2.0-84976527745
565778GoldfieldScreen time is independently associated with health-related quality of life in overweight and obese adolescents201502-s2.0-84941924699
56643GoldfieldScreen viewing and diabetes risk factors in overweight and obese adolescents2013142-s2.0-84884185932
567514GoldfieldScreen viewing and diabetes risk factors in overweight and obese adolescents2013142-s2.0-84884185932
568784GoldfieldScreen viewing and diabetes risk factors in overweight and obese adolescents2013142-s2.0-84884185932
569181 ChaputSeasonal variation in objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time, cardio-respiratory fitness and sleep duration among 8-11 year-old Danish children: A repeated-measures study2013352-s2.0-84883648921
570608 TremblaySedentary behaviour and obesity.2008472-s2.0-54549120324
571156 ChaputSedentary behaviour as an emerging risk factor for cardiometabolic diseases in children and youth2014492-s2.0-84893371835
572466 ChaputSedentary behaviour as an emerging risk factor for cardiometabolic diseases in children and youth2014492-s2.0-84893371835
573193 TremblaySedentary Behaviour, Visceral Fat Accumulation and Cardiometabolic Risk in Adults: A 6-Year Longitudinal Study from the Quebec Family Study2013122-s2.0-84872177981
574511 TremblaySedentary Behaviour, Visceral Fat Accumulation and Cardiometabolic Risk in Adults: A 6-Year Longitudinal Study from the Quebec Family Study2013122-s2.0-84872177981
575317 AdamoSelf-report Pregnancy Physical Activity Questionnaire overestimates physical activity201532-s2.0-84943788386
57657 GoldfieldSelf-silencing and anger regulation as predictors of disordered eating among adolescent females201142-s2.0-79952301373
577182ChaputSeven to Eight Hours of Sleep a Night Is Associated with a Lower Prevalence of the Metabolic Syndrome and Reduced Overall Cardiometabolic Risk in Adults2013122-s2.0-84883535130
579205 ChaputShort sleep duration and its association with energy metabolism2012362-s2.0-84863488952
580170 ChaputShort sleep duration and large variability in sleep duration are independently associated with dietary risk factors for obesity in Danish school children2014292-s2.0-84891835176
581173ChaputShort sleep duration as a risk factor for the development of the metabolic syndrome in adults2013182-s2.0-84887827577
582174 TremblayShort sleep duration is associated with a lower mean satiety quotient in overweight and obese men201362-s2.0-84889567552
583199ChaputShort sleep duration is associated with greater alcohol consumption in adults2012162-s2.0-84865628167
585216ChaputShort sleep duration is independently associated with overweight and obesity in Quebec children2011382-s2.0-80053515152
586558ChaputShort sleep duration is independently associated with overweight and obesity in Quebec children2011382-s2.0-80053515152
587225ChaputShort sleep duration promoting overconsumption of food: A reward-driven eating behavior?201082-s2.0-77956374572
588284 GunnellShould we be looking at the forest or the trees? Overall psychological need satisfaction and individual needs as predictors of physical activity201602-s2.0-85009797350
589440 TremblaySit less, stand more: A randomized point-of-decision prompt intervention to reduce sedentary time201512-s2.0-84951728254
590102 ChaputSleep and cardiometabolic risk in children and adolescents201632-s2.0-84949955696
591227TremblaySleep and metabolic fitness201002-s2.0-77954363822
593100ChaputSleep duration estimates of Canadian children and adolescents201612-s2.0-84963570009
594129 ChaputSleep duration modifies effects of free ad libitum school meals on adiposity and blood pressure201502-s2.0-84953402801
595151ChaputSleep patterns, diet quality and energy balance2014322-s2.0-84919661392
596178ChaputSleep patterns, diet quality and energy balance2013112-s2.0-84884678464
597232ChaputSleep restriction and appetite control: Waking to a problem?201052-s2.0-77749279533
598204 ChaputSleep restriction is not associated with a positive energy balance in adolescent boys2012302-s2.0-84864372813
599202ChaputSleeping habits predict the magnitude of fat loss in adults exposed to moderate caloric restriction2012182-s2.0-84864415811
600137ChaputSleeping more to improve appetite and body weight control: Dream or reality?201512-s2.0-84919665417
60171GoldfieldSmoking, dietary restraint, gender, and the relative reinforcing value of snack food in a large university sample2008122-s2.0-39749142261
602413 TremblaySports day in Canada: A longitudinal evaluation201602-s2.0-84958063722
603392 TremblaySports Day in Canada: examining the benefits for event organizers (2010–2013)201602-s2.0-84981734436
60472GoldfieldStress and the relative reinforcing value of food in female binge eaters2008242-s2.0-38849157865
605360GoldfieldStress and the relative reinforcing value of food in female binge eaters2008242-s2.0-38849157865
606410 TremblaySystematic review of adverse health outcomes associated with high serum or red blood cell folate concentrations201602-s2.0-84979277499
607395 TremblaySystematic review of physical activity and cognitive development in early childhood201642-s2.0-84937144119
608523 TremblaySystematic review of physical activity and health in the early years (aged 0-4 years)20121152-s2.0-84860249288
609427 TremblaySystematic review of sedentary behavior and cognitive development in early childhood2015122-s2.0-84939430173
61055TremblaySystematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school-aged children and youth20114812-s2.0-80053175983
611555TremblaySystematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school-aged children and youth20114812-s2.0-80053175983
612750TremblaySystematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school-aged children and youth20114812-s2.0-80053175983
613118 ChaputSystematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school-aged children and youth: An update2016152-s2.0-84982950052
614414 ChaputSystematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school-aged children and youth: An update2016152-s2.0-84982950052
615524 TremblaySystematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in the early years (aged 0-4 years)2012822-s2.0-84863732884
616121 ChaputSystematic review of the relationships between objectively measured physical activity and health indicators in school-aged children and youth2016142-s2.0-84982902902
617417 ChaputSystematic review of the relationships between objectively measured physical activity and health indicators in school-aged children and youth2016142-s2.0-84982902902
618119ChaputSystematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in school-aged children and youth2016102-s2.0-84982952689
619415ChaputSystematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in school-aged children and youth2016102-s2.0-84982952689
620476 TremblayTelevision time among Brazilian adolescents: Correlated factors are different between boys and girls201492-s2.0-84898688357
621464 TremblayTemporal trends and correlates of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and physical fitness among school-aged children in Sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic review2014292-s2.0-84897888396
622287GunnellTesting a bi-factor model to disentangle general and specific factors of motivation in self-determination theory201542-s2.0-84939969603
624612 TremblayThe accuracy of self-reported hypertension: A systematic review and meta-analysis200872-s2.0-39349093828
625597 TremblayThe accuracy of self-reported smoking: A systematic review of the relationship between self-reported and cotinine-assessed smoking status20093422-s2.0-64049087037
626123 ChaputThe adiposity of children is associated with their lifestyle behaviours: A cluster analysis of school-aged children from 12 nations201602-s2.0-85007418103
627420 ChaputThe adiposity of children is associated with their lifestyle behaviours: A cluster analysis of school-aged children from 12 nations201602-s2.0-85007418103
628510ColleyThe association between accelerometer-measured patterns of sedentary time and health risk in children and youth: Results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey2013452-s2.0-84874583318
629736ColleyThe association between accelerometer-measured patterns of sedentary time and health risk in children and youth: Results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey2013452-s2.0-84874583318
631215ChaputThe association between short sleep duration and weight gain is dependent on disinhibited eating behavior in adults2011342-s2.0-80053549136
633591 TremblayThe bias in self-reported obesity from 1976 to 2005: A Canada-US comparison2010452-s2.0-75749132456
634411 TremblayThe Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for children and youth: Implications for practitioners, professionals, and organizations201652-s2.0-84982952508
635404 LongmuirThe Canadian Assessment of Physical literacy: Development of a model of children's capacity for a healthy, active lifestyle through a Delphi process201612-s2.0-84963764477
636678 LongmuirThe Canadian Assessment of Physical literacy: Development of a model of children's capacity for a healthy, active lifestyle through a Delphi process201612-s2.0-84963764477
638425LongmuirThe Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Methods for children in grades 4 to 6 (8 to 12 years)201542-s2.0-84938861311
639681LongmuirThe Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Methods for children in grades 4 to 6 (8 to 12 years)201542-s2.0-84938861311
641458 TremblayThe CANadian Pediatric Weight Management Registry (CANPWR): Study protocol201412-s2.0-84902753899
642571TremblayThe Canadian Sedentary Behavior Guidelines for Children and Youth [Directives canadiennes en matière de comportement sédentaire à l'intention des enfants et des jeunes]201192-s2.0-79955121647
643755TremblayThe Canadian Sedentary Behavior Guidelines for Children and Youth [Directives canadiennes en matière de comportement sédentaire à l'intention des enfants et des jeunes]201192-s2.0-79955121647
644513 TremblayThe Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years (zero to four years of age) and screen time among children from Kingston, Ontario2013142-s2.0-84872572974
645481 TremblayThe direction of the difference between Canadian and American erythrocyte folate concentrations is dependent on the assay method employed: A comparison of the Canadian Health Measures Survey and National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey201472-s2.0-84925581529
646325 AdamoThe effect of physical exercise strategies on weight loss in postpartum women: A systematic review and meta-analysis2014142-s2.0-84899949545
64844GoldfieldThe effects of aerobic exercise on psychosocial functioning of adolescents who are overweight or obese201272-s2.0-84868035725
649338GoldfieldThe effects of aerobic exercise on psychosocial functioning of adolescents who are overweight or obese201272-s2.0-84868035725
650312 AdamoThe effects of culture on guideline discordant gestational weight gain: A systematic review protocol201502-s2.0-84959145441
65170 GoldfieldThe effects of prolonged caloric restriction leading to weight-loss on food hedonics and reinforcement2008332-s2.0-43749100214
652601 TremblayThe feasibility of establishing correction factors to adjust self-reported estimates of obesity.2008512-s2.0-58149397122
653503 ColleyThe fractionalization of physical activity throughout the week is associated with the cardiometabolic health of children and youth201352-s2.0-84878499915
654732 ColleyThe fractionalization of physical activity throughout the week is associated with the cardiometabolic health of children and youth201352-s2.0-84878499915
656346 AdamoThe HALO submaximal treadmill protocol to measure cardiorespiratory fitness in obese children and youth: A proof of principle study201252-s2.0-84859329825
657748 AdamoThe HALO submaximal treadmill protocol to measure cardiorespiratory fitness in obese children and youth: A proof of principle study201252-s2.0-84859329825
658509 TremblayThe influence of place on weight gain during early childhood: A population-based, longitudinal study201322-s2.0-84876281547
659179 ChaputThe international study of childhood obesity, lifestyle and the environment (ISCOLE): Design and methods2013722-s2.0-84884684957
660497 ChaputThe international study of childhood obesity, lifestyle and the environment (ISCOLE): Design and methods2013722-s2.0-84884684957
661189 ChaputThe Maintenance of Energy Balance Is Compromised after Weight Loss201342-s2.0-84876783354
66233AdamoThe Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial Protocol: A lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity201402-s2.0-84905394439
66339AdamoThe Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial Protocol: A lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity2013162-s2.0-84875584907
664326AdamoThe Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial Protocol: A lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity201402-s2.0-84905394439
665335AdamoThe Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial Protocol: A lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity2013162-s2.0-84875584907
666780AdamoThe Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial Protocol: A lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity201402-s2.0-84905394439
667783AdamoThe Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial Protocol: A lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity2013162-s2.0-84875584907
6684 ChaputThe mediating role of energy intake on the relationship between screen time behaviour and body mass index in adolescents with obesity: The HEARTY study201602-s2.0-84985930702
66995 ChaputThe mediating role of energy intake on the relationship between screen time behaviour and body mass index in adolescents with obesity: The HEARTY study201602-s2.0-84985930702
670574TremblayThe new Canadian physical activity guidelines [Nouvelles directives canadiennes en matière d'activité physique]20112382-s2.0-79955110026
671347 AdamoThe potential impact of physical activity during pregnancy on maternal and neonatal outcomes2012332-s2.0-84857599203
67262GoldfieldThe relation between weight-based teasing and psychological adjustment in adolescents2010192-s2.0-77954808043
67359 GoldfieldThe Relationship between Child and Parent Food Hedonics and Parent and Child Food Group Intake in Children with Overweight/Obesity2011172-s2.0-79951685851
674291GunnellThe role of psychological need satisfaction in the relationship between exercise self-schema and outcomes of well-being and physical activity behaviour201402-s2.0-84926142791
675625TremblayThe second movement, activity integrated lifestyle and sleep: New frontiers of evaluation of physical activity [Le mouvement secondaire, l'activité inté grée aux habitudes de vie et le sommeil: Les nouvelles frontières de l'évaluation de l'activité physique]200712-s2.0-66149116015
676763TremblayThe second movement, activity integrated lifestyle and sleep: New frontiers of evaluation of physical activity [Le mouvement secondaire, l'activité inté grée aux habitudes de vie et le sommeil: Les nouvelles frontières de l'évaluation de l'activité physique]200712-s2.0-66149116015
67742 GoldfieldThe TaqIA RFLP is associated with attenuated intervention-induced body weight loss and increased carbohydrate intake in post-menopausal obese women2013112-s2.0-84868524182
679207ChaputTime spent sedentary and active and cardiometabolic risk factors in children201202-s2.0-84861018513
68041ChaputTo the editor201332-s2.0-84880304089
681194ChaputTo the editor201332-s2.0-84880304089
682512ChaputTo the editor201332-s2.0-84880304089
683494 TremblayToo far to walk or bike?201342-s2.0-84893384465
68440 AdamoTop 10 practical lessons learned from physical activity interventions in overweight and obese children and adolescents2013112-s2.0-84875603531
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686405LongmuirTop 10 Research Questions Related to Physical Literacy201622-s2.0-84959174779
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