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Ulf Ekelund

Ulf Ekelund is with the Dept of Sport Medicine, Norwegian School of Sport Science, Oslo, Norway and with the Medical Research Council, Institute of Metabolic Science, Cambridge, United Kingdom.


  A Methodological Model for Collecting High-Quality Data on Physical Activity in Developing Settings—The Experience of the 1993 Pelotas (Brazil) Birth Cohort Study, (Volume 6, Issue 3, May)
  Are Birth Weight, Early Growth, and Motor Development Determinants of Physical Activity in Children and Youth? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, (Volume 27, Issue 4, November)
  Assessing Physical Activity Among Children With Accelerometers Using Different Time Sampling Intervals and Placements, (Volume 14, Issue 1, February)
  Bicycling but not Walking Is Independently Associated With Fasting Insulin in Abdominally Obese Women, (Volume 8, Issue 6, August)
  Comparison of Two Methods of Measuring Physical Activity in South African Older Adults, (Volume 14, Issue 1, January)
  Correlates of Leisure-Time Physical Activity Differ by Body-Mass-Index Status in Brazilian Adults, (Volume 5, Issue 4, July)
  CRF, MVPA, NEAT, PAEE, and Now Sedentary Time: Will the Pendulum Swing Back Again?, (Volume 7, Issue 5, September)
  Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Associations Between Physical Activity and Blood Pressure in Adolescence: Birth Cohort Study, (Volume 8, Issue 4, May)
  Long-Term Correlates of Objectively Measured Physical Activity and Sedentary Time in Norwegian Men and Women, (Volume 12, Issue 11, November)
  Physical Activity and Safety From Crime Among Adults: A Systematic Review, (Volume 13, Issue 6, June)
  Predictive Validity of a Thigh-Worn Accelerometer METs Algorithm in 5- to 12-Year-old Children, (Volume 13, Supplement, June)
  Prospective Associations Between Physical Activity Level and Body Composition in Adolescence: 1993 Pelotas (Brazil) Birth Cohort, (Volume 12, Issue 6, June)
  The European Youth Heart Study—Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in Children: Rationale, Aims, Study Design, and Validation of Methods, (Volume 2, Issue 1, January)
  Validation of activPAL Defined Sedentary Time and Breaks in Sedentary Time in 4- to 6-Year-Olds, (Volume 26, Issue 1, February)
  Validity and Comparability of a Wrist-Worn Accelerometer in Children, (Volume 9, Issue 3, March)