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Catherine E. Tong, Joanie Sims Gould and Heather A. McKay

. Studies with older adults consistently used 60-s epochs to summarize activity counts (see Gorman et al., 2014 ). Individual participant data were first uploaded to Microsoft Office Excel files. The accelerometers did not capture any counts greater than 15,000/min, which are regarded to be physiologically

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Emma E. Sypes, Genevieve Newton and Zakkoyya H. Lewis

, “a wearable device that objectively measures lifestyle PA and can provide feedback, beyond the display of basic activity count information, via the monitor display or through a partnering application to elicit continual self-monitoring of activity behaviour.” 4 These devices continue to be developed

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Cheryl A. Howe, Kimberly A. Clevenger, Danielle McElhiney, Camille Mihalic and Moira A. Ragan

determine the average activity counts and steps during the activities. The metabolic and accelerometry data are provided in a Supplemental Table (available online). Perceived State PA Enjoyment During the rest periods immediately following each activity, the children used the 4-item HHS to score their

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Adelle Gadowski, Alice J. Owen, Andrea Curtis, Natalie Nanayakkara, Stephane Heritier, Marie Misso and Sophia Zoungas

activities in the previous 2 weeks ( Dirajlal-Fargo et al., 2016 ). In the second trial, participants were instructed to wear an accelerometer for 96 consecutive hours, including 2 weekdays and 2 weekend days. Accelerometers recorded several parameters of participants’ physical activity including activity

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Amherst Recent studies have used triaxial accelerometer activity counts to distinguish standing time from sitting time. Further research is needed on methods for classifying standing versus sitting using step-based metrics. Sparsely detected steps peppered into strings of 0 steps/min (i.e., zero cadence

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GM competence and PA were assessed using the Bayley Scales of Infant Development – 3rd ed. and ActiGraph GT3X-BT accelerometers. PA was measured over 3 days and the average activity counts per minute at the wrist and ankle were calculated. Rate of weight gain was calculated by entering each infants