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Accuracy of Physical Function Questions to Predict Moderate-Vigorous Physical Activity as Measured by Hip Accelerometry.Academic Article Why?
Measuring Physical Activity with Hip Accelerometry among U.S. Older Adults: How Many Days Are Enough?Academic Article Why?
Relating wrist accelerometry measures to disability in older adults.Academic Article Why?
The Relationship Between Physical Activity and Frailty Among U.S. Older Adults Based on Hourly Accelerometry Data.Academic Article Why?
Wrist Accelerometry in the Health, Functional, and Social Assessment of Older Adults.Academic Article Why?
Huisingh-Scheetz, Megan J.Person Why?
Accelerometry-measured activity or sedentary time and overweight in rural boys and girls.Academic Article Why?
Correction: Measuring Physical Activity with Hip Accelerometry among U.S. Older Adults: How Many Days Are Enough?Academic Article Why?
Social capital predicts accelerometry-measured physical activity among older adults in the U.S.: a cross-sectional study in the National Social Life, Health, and Aging Project.Academic Article Why?
An empirical example of analysis using a two-stage modeling approach: within-subject association of outdoor context and physical activity predicts future daily physical activity levels.Academic Article Why?
Comparison of the TOFscan and the TOF-Watch SX during Recovery of Neuromuscular Function.Academic Article Why?
How acute affect dynamics impact longitudinal changes in physical activity among children.Academic Article Why?
Physical activity as measured by accelerometer in NHANES 2005-2006 is associated with better bone density and trabecular bone score in older adults.Academic Article Why?
Hedeker, DonaldPerson Why?
Rubin, Daniel S.Person Why?
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