Erratum for the article by Taverno Ross et al in PES 25(2)

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In the article by Taverno Ross S, Dowda M, Saunders R, Pate R, “Double dose: The cumulative effect of TV viewing at home and in preschool on children's activity patterns and weight status,” in Pediatr Exerc Sci. 25(2), p. 262–272, the authors incorrectly stated that children in the High TV-Combined group had significantly lower levels of MVPA compared with children in the Low TV-Combined group. However, as shown in Table 3, children in the High TV-Combined group had higher MVPA than the Low TV-Combined group. Given that all other differences between High TV and Low TV groups were not significantly different and the erroneously interpreted difference was marginally significant (p =.047), the authors believe that the proper interpretation of the findings is that TV exposure was not associated with children’s physical activity.

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