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Grant Number: 5R03CA090185-02 Interpret this number
Primary Investigator: Anderson, Cheryl
Organization: Baylor College Of Medicine
Project Title: Prevention Through Physical Activity-Parental Influence
Fiscal Year: 2002
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Publications

Ethnic, gender, and BMI differences in athletic identity in children and adolescents.
Authors: Anderson CB, MÔsse LC, Zhang H, Coleman KJ, Chang S
Source: J Phys Act Health, 2011 Feb;8(2), p. 200-9.
PMID: 21415447
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Parent-child relationship of directly measured physical activity.
Authors: Fuemmeler BF, Anderson CB, MÔsse LC
Source: Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 2011 Mar 8;8, p. 17.
EPub date: 2011 Mar 8.
PMID: 21385455
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Contribution of athletic identity to child and adolescent physical activity.
Authors: Anderson CB, MÔsse LC, Zhang H, Coleman KJ, Chang S
Source: Am J Prev Med, 2009 Sep;37(3), p. 220-6.
PMID: 19595559
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Parent-child attitude congruence on type and intensity of physical activity: testing multiple mediators of sedentary behavior in older children.
Authors: Anderson CB, Hughes SO, Fuemmeler BF
Source: Health Psychol, 2009 Jul;28(4), p. 428-38.
PMID: 19594267
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Adaptation and validation of the athletic identity questionnaire-adolescent for use with children.
Authors: Anderson CB, Coleman KJ
Source: J Phys Act Health, 2008 Jul;5(4), p. 539-58.
PMID: 18648119
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Validation of the PDPAR as an adolescent diary: effect of accelerometer cut points.
Authors: Anderson CB, Hagstr÷mer M, Yngve A
Source: Med Sci Sports Exerc, 2005 Jul;37(7), p. 1224-30.
PMID: 16015142
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When more is better: number of motives and reasons for quitting as correlates of physical activity in women.
Authors: Anderson CB
Source: Health Educ Res, 2003 Oct;18(5), p. 525-37.
PMID: 14572014
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Relations between self-generated positive and negative expected smoking outcomes and smoking behavior: an exploratory study among adolescents.
Authors: Anderson CB, Pollak KI, Wetter DW
Source: Psychol Addict Behav, 2002 Sep;16(3), p. 196-204.
PMID: 12236454
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