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JPAH Volume 11, Issue 3, March


An Inside View of the U.S. National Physical Activity Plan

An Inside View of the U.S. National Physical Activity Plan

2014, 11, 461 – 462
Russell R. Pate

Physical Activity Plans for the Nation


Development of a National Physical Activity Plan for the United States

2014, 11, 463 – 469
Daniel Bornstein, Russell R. Pate, David M. Buchner


Local Adaptation of the National Physical Activity Plan: Creation of the Active Living Plan for a Healthier San Antonio

2014, 11, 470 – 477
Laura A. Esparza, Katherine S. Velasquez, Annette M. Zaharoff


ActiveWV: A Systematic Approach to Developing a Physical Activity Plan for West Virginia

2014, 11, 478 – 486
Eloise Elliott, Emily Jones, Sean M. Bulger


Utilizing the National Physical Activity Plan to Create a Disease-Specific Approach: Environmental and Policy Strategies to Increase Physical Activity Among Adults With Arthritis

2014, 11, 487 – 488
Mary B. Waterman, Patience H. White

Original Research


The Costs of Physical Inactivity in the Czech Republic in 2008

2014, 11, 489 – 494
Katerina Maresova


Awareness and Knowledge of the Youth 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

2014, 11, 495 – 501
Summer Dawn DeBastiani, Dianna D. Carroll, Melissa A. Cunningham, Sarah M. Lee, Janet E. Fulton


Steps that Count: Physical Activity Recommendations, Brisk Walking and Steps Per Minute-How do they Relate?

2014, 11, 502 – 508
Julian David Pillay, Tracy L. Kolbe-Alexander, Karin I. Proper, Willem van Mechelen, Estelle V. Lambert


How Many Steps Are Enough? Dose–Response Curves for Pedometer Steps and Multiple Health Markers in a Community-Based Sample of Older Australians

2014, 11, 509 – 518
Ben Ewald, John Attia, Patrick McElduff


Longitudinal Changes in Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior From Adolescence to Adulthood: Comparing U.S.–Born and Foreign-Born Populations

2014, 11, 519 – 527
Sharon E. Taverno Ross, Nicole Larson, Dan J. Graham, Dianne R. Neumark-Sztainer


The Role of Symptoms and Self-Efficacy in Predicting Physical Activity Change Among Older Adults With Arthritis

2014, 11, 528 – 535
Nina R. Sperber, Katherine S. Hall, Kelli D. Allen, Brenda M. DeVellis, Megan Lewis, Leigh F. Callahan


Physical Activity Context Preferences in People With Arthritis and Osteoporosis

2014, 11, 536 – 542
Geeske Peeters, Wendy Brown, Nicola Burton


Self-Rated Health in Children at Risk for Obesity:Associations of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and BMI

2014, 11, 543 – 552
Katya M. Herman, Catherine M. Sabiston, Angelo Tremblay, Gilles Paradis


Physical, Policy, and Sociocultural Characteristics of the Primary School Environment are Positively Associated With Children’s Physical Activity During Class Time

2014, 11, 553 – 563
Karen Martin, Alexandra Bremner, Jo Salmon, Michael Rosenberg, Billie Giles-Corti


An Assessment of Schoolyard Features and Behavior Patterns in Children's Utilization and Physical Activity

2014, 11, 564 – 573
Peter Anthamatten, Lois Brink, Beverly Kingston, Eve Kutchman, Sarah Lampe, Claudio Nigg


Does Activity-Related Social Support Differ by Characteristics of the Adolescent?

2014, 11, 574 – 580
Charlotte Louise Edwardson, Trish Gorely, Hayley Musson, Rebecca Duncombe, Rachel Sandford


Longitudinal Relations of Perceived Availability of Neighborhood Sport Facilities With Physical Activity in Adolescents: An Analysis of Potential Moderators

2014, 11, 581 – 587
Bonny Yee-Man Wong, Sai-Yin Ho, Wing-Sze Lo, Ester Cerin, Kwok-Kei Mak, Tai-Hing Lam


Understanding the Physical and Social Contexts of Children’s Nonschool Sedentary Behavior: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Study

2014, 11, 588 – 595
Yue Liao, Stephen Intille, Jennifer Wolch, Mary Ann Pentz, Genevieve Fridlund Dunton


Participation in Vigorous Sports, Not Moderate Sports, Is Positively Associated With Cardiorespiratory Fitness Among Adolescent Girls

2014, 11, 596 – 603
Daniel R. Taber, Charlotte A. Pratt, Eileen Y. Charneco, Marsha Dowda, Jennie A. Phillips, Scott B. Going


Establishing Wrist-Based Cutpoints for the Actical Accelerometer in Elementary School-Aged Children

2014, 11, 604 – 613
Christine Adele Schaefer, Heidi Nace, Ray Browning


Capturing the Pattern of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior: Exposure Variation Analysis of Accelerometer Data

2014, 11, 614 – 625
Leon Straker, Amity Campbell, Svend Erik Mathiassen, Rebecca A. Abbott, Sharon Parry, Paul Davey


Is There a Sex Difference in Accelerometer Counts During Walking in Older Adults?

2014, 11, 626 – 637
Dane R. Van Domelen, Paolo Caserotti, Robert J. Brychta, Tamara B. Harris, Kushang V. Patel, Kong Y. Chen, Nanna Yr Arnardóttir, Gudny Eirikdottir, Lenore J. Launer, Vilmundur Gudnason, Thórarinn Sveinsson, Erlingur Jóhannsson, Annemarie Koster


Relative Validity of 3 Accelerometer Models for Estimating Energy Expenditure During Light Activity

2014, 11, 638 – 647
Alexander Allan Wetten, Marijka Batterham, Sze Yen Tan, Linda Tapsell


The Adoption and Spread of a Core-Strengthening Exercise Through an Online Social Network

2014, 11, 648 – 653
Sherry L. Pagoto, Kristin L. Schneider, Jessica Oleski, Brian Smith, Michael Bauman


Validation of an Internet-Based Long Version of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire in Danish Adults Using Combined Accelerometry and Heart Rate Monitoring

2014, 11, 654 – 664
Andreas Wolff Hansen, Inger Dahl-Petersen, Jørn Wulff Helge, Søren Brage, Morten Grønbæk, Trine Flensborg-Madsen



The Effectiveness of Self-Guided Web-Based Physical Activity Interventions Among Patients With a Chronic Disease: A Systematic Review

2014, 11, 665 – 677
Daniel Bossen, Cindy Veenhof, Joost Dekker, Dinny de Bakker