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2014An analysis of the development of public health policy to promote walking in EnglandMilton, Karen
2015Assessing the impact of the National Cycle Network and physical activity lifestyle on cycling behaviour in EnglandDownward, Paul; Rasciute, Simona
2013Correlates of walking and cycling for transport and recreation: factor structure, reliability and behavioural associations of the perceptions of the environment in the neighbourhood scale (PENS)Adams, Emma J.; Goodman, Anna; Sahlqvist, Shannon; Bull, Fiona C.; Ogilvie, David
2009The effect of a 12 week walking intervention on markers of insulin resistance and systemic inflammationGray, Stuart R.; Baker, Graham; Wright, Annemarie; Fitzsimons, Claire F.; Mutrie, Nanette; Nimmo, Myra A.
2015Effects of a self-managed home-based walking intervention on psychosocial health outcomes for breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy: a randomised controlled trialGokal, Kajal; Wallis, Deborah J.; Ahmed, Samreen; Boiangiu, Ion; Kancherla, Kiran; Munir, Fehmidah
2015Engaging communities in changing the environment to promote transport-related walking: evaluation of route use in the ‘Fitter for Walking’ projectAdams, Emma J.; Cavill, Nick
2011Exercise in chronic kidney disease: impact on immunity and inflammationViana, J.L.
2007Four-week pedometer-determined activity patterns in normal weight and overweight UK adultsClemes, Stacy A.; Griffiths, Paula L.; Hamilton, Sarah L.
2008Four-week pedometer-determined activity patterns in normal-weight, overweight and obese adultsClemes, Stacy A.; Hamilton, Sarah L.; Lindley, Martin R.
2008How many days of pedometer monitoring predict monthly ambulatory activity in adults?Clemes, Stacy A.; Griffiths, Paula L.
2011How many steps/day are enough for adults?Tudor-Locke, Catrine; Craig, Cora L.; Brown, Wendy J.; Clemes, Stacy A.; De Cocker, Katrien; Giles-Corti, Billie; Hatano, Yoshiro; Inoue, Shigeru; Matsudo, Sandra M.; Mutrie, Nanette; Oppert, Jean-Michel; Rowe, David A.; Schmidt, Michael D.; Schofield, Grant M.; Spence, John C.; Teixeira, Pedro J.; Tully, Mark A.; Blair, Steven N.
2015Increased physical activity improves sleep and mood outcomes in inactive people with insomnia: a randomized controlled trialHartescu, Iuliana; Morgan, Kevin; Stevinson, Clare
2009Increasing our understanding of reactivity to pedometers in adultsClemes, Stacy A.; Parker, Richard A.A.
2014Individual, social, and environmental factors associated with physical activity and walkingCameron, Christine
2012Presence and duration of reactivity to pedometers in adultsClemes, Stacy A.; Deans, Nuala K.
2008The propensity for motorists to walk for short trips : evidence from West EdinburghRyley, Tim
2008Reactivity: an issue for short-term pedometer studies?Clemes, Stacy A.; Matchett, Natalie; Wane, Sarah L.
2014Sitting time and step counts in office workersClemes, Stacy A.; Patel, Rupal; Mahon, Charlotte; Griffiths, Paula L.
2011Summer to winter variability in the step counts of normal weight and overweight adults living in the UKClemes, Stacy A.; Hamilton, Sarah L.; Griffiths, Paula L.
2006Use of non-motorised modes and life stage : evidence from EdinburghRyley, Tim
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