Erratum. Changes in Physical Activity, Sleep, Mental Health, and Social Media Use During COVID-19 Lockdown Among Adolescent Girls: A Mixed-Methods Study

in Journal of Physical Activity and Health

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TO OUR READERS: An error appeared in the following article:

O’Kane SM, Lahart IM, Gallagher AM, Carlin A, Faulkner M, Jago R, Murphy MH. Changes in physical activity, sleep, mental health, and social media use during COVID-19 lockdown among adolescent girls: a mixed-methods study. J Phys Act Health. 2021;18(6):677–685.

The authors identified an error with the automatic recoding of data within three questionnaires (Body Weight and Appearance Satisfaction; Behavioural Regulation in Exercise Questionnaire-3 [BREQ-3]; Emotion Regulation Questionnaire for Children and Adolescents [ERQ-CA]) that were administered to participants using Qualtrics. Following re-analysis, the article has been updated to reflect the correct data in the following sections: 1) Results: Well-Being; 2) Table 3. A previous version of the article stated that the authors noted a decrease in motivation for exercise and an increase in self-efficacy for happiness with appearance during lockdown. Following re-analysis, these conclusions have been removed from the article. The article was corrected November 15, 2022. The authors apologize for the error.

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