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Kun Liang

adults ( Demakakos, Gjonca, & Nazroo, 2007 ; Marques et al., 2015 ; Stephan, Chalabaev, Kotter-Grühn, & Jaconelli, 2013 ). However, despite the longitudinal association between positive self-perceptions of aging and better physical functioning has been well-documented ( Levy, 2003 ; Moser, Spagnoli

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Chris Hopkins

the general public, including individuals with or at risk of OA, to engage in moderate physical activity ( US Department of Health and Human Services, 2008 ). Previous studies have suggested that engaging in physical activity may decrease the loss of physical function caused by aging and OA ( Dunlop

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Katie L. Cederberg, Robert W. Motl, and Edward McAuley

physical function, based on the Short Physical Performance Battery (SPPB), and this coincides with elevated risk for developing future disability ( Motl, Chaparro, Hernandez, Balto, & Sandroff, 2016 ; Motl et al., 2015 ). There is increasing interest in the application of physical activity as a behavioral

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Brett D. Tarca, Thomas P. Wycherley, Paul Bennett, Anthony Meade, and Katia E. Ferrar

rates for this population. 1 Patients with ESKD receiving dialysis also suffer impaired physical function (ie, the ability to perform activities of daily living that require physical capability to complete), which worsens with increasing dialysis vintage 4 and is linked to condition-specific muscle

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Kayla Regan, Felicia White, David Harvey, and Laura E. Middleton

emphasis on lifestyle strategies for the prevention of and therapy for dementia. PWD who take up a variety of exercise programs have better physical function, functional independence, quality of life, and cognitive function compared with those who remain inactive ( Forbes, Thiessen, Blake, Forbes, & Forbes

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Vera Ramos, Eliana V. Carraça, Teresa Paiva, and Fátima Baptista

, Su, Fang, & Chang, 2012 ). Poor sleep can lead to a decrease in physical functioning, memory problems, an increased risk of falls, and an earlier mortality in the older population ( Neikrug & Ancoli-Israel, 2010 ). Regular physical activity/exercise increases average life expectancy through

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Katie Thralls Butte and Susan S. Levy

individuals in living facilities, including Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs; Davis et al., 2014 ; Reid et al., 2013 ). Specific to older adults, sedentary behavior (SB) is associated with impaired physical function, frailty, falls, all-cause mortality, depression, and self-efficacy ( Dunlop et

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Nancy W. Glynn, Alexa J. Meinhardt, Kelsea R. LaSorda, Jessica L. Graves, Theresa Gmelin, Allison M. Gerger, Paolo Caserotti, and Robert M. Boudreau

physical activity and health outcomes. Physical activity and physical function have a bidirectional relationship during the aging process ( Metti et al., 2018 ; Morey et al., 2008 ). Clinical trial evidence revealed that increasing physical activity improves physical function ( Pahor et al., 2014

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Venurs H.Y. Loh, Jerome N. Rachele, Wendy J. Brown, Fatima Ghani, and Gavin Turrell

Residents of socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhoods have significantly poorer physical function than their counterparts residing in more advantaged neighborhoods. 1 Physical function is defined as one’s ability to perform various activities that require physical capacity, ranging from

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Ian Ju Liang, Oliver J. Perkin, Polly M. McGuigan, Dylan Thompson, and Max J. Western

participant demographics, the remote assessment of physical function, randomization procedures, retention of participants at follow-up in the main trial and EMA substudy, and completeness of data collection (including EMA surveys, outcome data, and adherence logs) were collated. Acceptability was measured at