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Peter T. Katzmarzyk


Peter T. Katzmarzyk is with the Dept of Population Science, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, LA.


Articles:

JPAH
  Association Between Television Viewing and Physical Activity in 10-Year-Old Brazilian Children, (Volume 12, Issue 10, October)
  Comparison of GT3X Accelerometer and YAMAX Pedometer Steps/Day in a Free-Living Sample of Overweight and Obese Adults, (Volume 10, Issue 2, February)
PES
  Contribution of Organized Sports Participation to Estimated Daily Energy Expenditure in Youth, (Volume 10, Issue 4, November)
JPAH
  Gender Differences in C-Reactive Protein and Muscle Strengthening Activity, (Volume 12, Issue 12, December)
  Modifying Effects of Sex, Age, and Education on 22-Year Trajectory of Leisure-Time Physical Activity in a Canadian Cohort, (Volume 4, Issue 2, April)
  Mortality and Self-Rated Health in Canada, (Volume 4, Issue 4, October)
  Peak Stepping Cadence in Free-Living Adults: 2005–2006 NHANES, (Volume 9, Issue 8, November)
PES
  Physical Activity and Obesity in Pediatric Exercise Science, (Volume 27, Issue 4, November)
  Physical Activity and Pulmonary Function in Youth: The Quebec Family Study, (Volume 11, Issue 3, August)
JPAH
  Physical Activity Report Cards: Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance and the Lancet Physical Activity Observatory, (Volume 12, Issue 3, March)
  Physical Inactivity and Life Expectancy in Canada, (Volume 3, Issue 4, October)
  Results From Canada’s 2014 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth, (Volume 11, Supplement: 2014 Global Summit on the Physical Activity of Children)
  The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Development of a Model of Children’s Capacity for a Healthy, Active Lifestyle through a Delphi Process, (Volume 13, Issue 2, February)
  The Independent Influence of Physical Inactivity and Obesity on Health Complaints in 6th to 10th Grade Canadian Youth, (Volume 1, Issue 4, October)
  The Third International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health: Toronto, May 5–8, 2010, (Volume 7, Supplement, November)
  Towards a Social Epidemiological Perspective on Physical Activity and Health: The Aims, Design, and Methods of the Physical Activity Longitudinal Study (PALS), (Volume 2, Issue 3, July)


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