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Robert J. Brychta, Vaka Rögnvaldsdóttir, Sigríður L. Guðmundsdóttir, Rúna Stefánsdóttir, Soffia M. Hrafnkelsdóttir, Sunna Gestsdóttir, Sigurbjörn A. Arngrímsson, Kong Y. Chen, and Erlingur Jóhannsson

Adolescent sleep patterns are often measured with self-report ( Lewandowski, Toliver-Sokol, & Palermo, 2011 ) or actigraphy ( Galland et al., 2018 ). Although self-report is easier to administer, lower in cost, and requires less technical expertise than actigraphy, it is often affected by social

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Jason P. Brandenburg, Iris A. Lesser, Cynthia J. Thomson, and Luisa V. Giles

questionnaire using an online survey platform (SurveyMonkey). The survey comprised 4 parts: confirmation of a positive COVID-19 test result, self-reported COVID-19 infection characteristics, and self-reported physical fitness and physical activity assessment as well as sociodemographic and health

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Alicia M. Kissinger-Knox, Nicole J. Norheim, Denise S. Vagt, Kevin P. Mulligan, and Frank M. Webbe

Key Points ▸ Male athletes reported significantly more symptoms in a face-to-face interview using the SCAT3 items compared to the computerized self-report using the ImPACT symptom scale. ▸ Females reported more symptoms and a greater severity of symptoms than did males. ▸ Examiner sex did not

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Adam B. Rosen, Abbis Jaffri, Andrew Mitchell, Rachel M. Koldenhoven, Cameron J. Powden, John J. Fraser, Janet E. Simon, Matthew Hoch, and Christopher J. Burcal

an ankle sprain. 5 In addition to the mediating effects, these factors are also influenced by diminished function and may contribute to a cycle of disablement following an ankle sprain. 10 , 11 Utilizing self-reported function can provide insight into a patient’s specific deficits and guide

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Ansley E. Swann, Rachel R. Kleis, and Johanna M. Hoch

population. 10 While there is limited research evaluating the relationship between resilience and self-reported function after musculoskeletal injury, there have been studies that have examined this relationship in the patients who have undergone total joint arthroplasty. Therefore, the purpose of this

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David R. Axon and Niloufar Emami

). Another meta-analysis of cohort and cross-sectional studies of adults with lower back pain concluded that physical activity was associated with a lower prevalence of lower back pain ( Alzahrani, Mackey, Stamatakis, Zadro, & Shirley, 2019 ). The characteristics associated with self-reported exercise among

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Marquis Hawkins, Deirdre K. Tobias, Hala B. Alessa, Andrea K. Chomistek, Junaidah B. Barnett, Walter C. Willett, and Susan E. Hankinson

2082 postmenopausal women not on hormone replacement therapy participating in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) study, women in the fourth versus first quartile of self-reported total PA had 10% higher SHBG, 6% lower estradiol, and 19% lower testosterone levels. 4

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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

). Moreover, lower physical function has been associated with subsequent declines in physical activity ( Metti et al., 2018 ). Therefore, it is also crucial to consider physical function status when evaluating physical activity measures. Both self-report and objective tools are available for measuring

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Burhan Parsak and Leyla Saraç

). In one such study of 219 Greek PE teachers, Syrmpas et al. ( 2016 ), relying on teacher self-reporting, examined teaching styles, perceptions regarding those styles with respect to their benefits to students, and perceived competency levels in employing those styles. The participants who used the

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Pedro J. Teixeira, Adilson Marques, Carla Lopes, Luís B. Sardinha, and Jorge A. Mota

these activities. This investigation describes the level of self-reported physical activity, the frequency of selected opportunistic nonsedentary behaviors, and the preferences of leisure-time activities in a nationally representative sample of Portuguese adults, using data from the most recent national