Jochem, Carmen

Sedentary Behaviour Epidemiology

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Table of contents

Part I. Part I

1. Introduction to Sedentary Behaviour Epidemiology
Carmen Jochem, Daniela Schmid, Michael F. Leitzmann

2. Measurement of Sedentary Behaviour in Population Studies
Barbara Ainsworth, Fabien Rivière, Alberto Florez-Pregonero

3. Analysis and Interpretation of Sedentary Behaviour Data
Weimo Zhu

4. The Descriptive Epidemiology of Sedentary Behaviour
Adrian E. Bauman, Christina B. Petersen, Kim Blond, Vegar Rangul, Louise L. Hardy

Part II. Part II

5. Physiological Responses to Sedentary Behaviour
Paddy C. Dempsey, John P. Thyfault

6. Sedentary Behaviour and Adiposity
Carmen Jochem, Daniela Schmid, Michael F. Leitzmann

7. Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT) and Adiposity
James A. Levine, Shelly K. McCrady-Spitzer

8. Sedentary Behaviour, Diabetes, and the Metabolic Syndrome
Joseph Henson, Charlotte L. Edwardson, Melanie J. Davies, Thomas Yates

9. Sedentary Behaviour and Cardiovascular Disease
Emmanuel Stamatakis, Leandro F. M. Rezende, Juan Pablo Rey-López

10. Sedentary Behaviour and Cancer
Brigid M. Lynch, Shahid Mahmood, Terry Boyle

11. Sedentary Behaviour and Depression
Mark Hamer, Lee Smith

12. Sedentary Behaviour and Psychosocial Health Across the Life Course
Lee Smith, Mark Hamer

13. Sedentary Behaviour and Ageing
Dawn A. Skelton, Juliet A. Harvey, Calum F. Leask

14. Sedentary Behaviour and Mortality
Megan S. Grace, David W. Dunstan

Part III. Part III

15. Models for Understanding Sedentary Behaviour
Nyssa T. Hadgraft, David W. Dunstan, Neville Owen

16. Sedentary Behaviour at the Individual Level: Correlates, Theories, and Interventions
Stuart J. H. Biddle

17. Specific Interventions Targeting Sedentary Behaviour in Children and Adolescents
Jo Salmon, Harriet Koorts, Anna Timperio

18. Workplace Programmes Aimed at Limiting Occupational Sitting
Genevieve N. Healy, Ana D. Goode

19. Approaches to Decrease Sedentary Behaviour Among the Elderly
Ann M. Swartz, Whitney A. Welch

20. Interventions Directed at Reducing Sedentary Behaviour in Persons with Pre-existing Disease or Disability
Stephanie A. Prince

21. Specific Approaches to Reduce Sedentary Behaviour in Overweight and Obese People
Dori E. Rosenberg, Sara Ann Hoffman, Christine Ann Pellegrini

22. Programmes Targeting Sedentary Behaviour Among Ethnic Minorities and Immigrants
Melicia C. Whitt-Glover, Amanda A. Price, Breana Odum

23. Sedentary Behaviour at the Community Level: Correlates, Theories, and Interventions
Sarah L. Mullane, Mark A. Pereira, Matthew P. Buman

24. Sedentary Behaviour and the Social and Physical Environment
Trish Gorely, Gemma Ryde

25. Targeting Sedentary Behaviour at the Policy Level
Anthony D. Okely, Mark S. Tremblay, Megan Hammersley, Salomé Aubert

26. Dynamics of Sedentary Behaviours and Systems-Based Approach: Future Challenges and Opportunities in the Life Course Epidemiology of Sedentary Behaviours
Sebastien F. M. Chastin, Marieke DeCraemer, Jean-Michel Oppert, Greet Cardon

27. Genetics of Sedentariness
Charlotte Huppertz, Eco J. C. Geus, Hidde P. Ploeg

28. Limitations in Sedentary Behaviour Research and Future Research Needs
Daniela Schmid, Carmen Jochem, Michael F. Leitzmann

Keywords: Statistics, Statistics for Life Sciences, Medicine, Health Sciences, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

Publication year
Springer Series on Epidemiology and Public Health
Page amount
15 pages
Natural Sciences
Printed ISBN

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