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Daily temporal associations between physical activity and symptoms in multiple sclerosis

Background:Symptom severity is negatively associated with physical activity in multiple sclerosis (MS). However, it is unclear how physical activity and symptoms correlate on a day-to-day basis in persons with MS. Purpose:To determine the temporal within-person associations of pain, fatigue, depressed mood, and perceived cognitive function with physical activity in MS. Methods:Ambulatory adults with MS (N […]

Related Product: PRO-Diary

Publication Date: January 20, 2019


Measuring Physical Activity in Spinal Cord Injury Using Wrist-Worn Accelerometers

OBJECTIVE. Our objective was to evaluate interunit agreement and construct validity of two activity monitors (Actiwatch Score and PRO-Diary) in people with and without spinal cord injury. METHOD. Thirty-eight participants (19 with spinal cord injury; 19 age- and sex-matched controls; mean age = 49 yr) wore both monitors and completed tasks during one visit ranging […]

Related Product: PRO-Diary

Publication Date: January 1, 2019


Estimating cut points: A simple method for new wearables

Wearable technology is readily available for continuous assessment due to a growing number of commercial devices with increased data capture capabilities. However, many commercial devices fail to support suitable parameters (cut points) derived from the literature to help quantify physical activity (PA) due to differences in manufacturing. A simple metric to estimate cut points for […]

Related Product: PRO-Diary

Publication Date: January 1, 2016


Understanding patterns of young children’s physical activity after school—it’s all about context: a cross-sectional study

Background: To promote healthy lifestyles, we need to understand more about the patterns of children’s activities after school. Methods: Twenty 5- to 7-year-old children and their parents participated in this study. Parents used ‘real-time’ diaries to report children’s activities and contextual information at 3 randomly selected times per day, over 4 week days. Reporting was […]

Related Product: PRO-Diary

Publication Date: March 1, 2015


The SNAPSHOT study protocol: SNAcking, physical activity, self-regulation, and heart rate over time

The cognitive processes responsible for effortful behavioural regulation are known as the executive functions, and are implicated in several factors associated with behaviour control, including focussing on tasks, resisting temptations, planning future actions, and inhibiting prepotent responses. Similar to muscles, the executive functions become fatigued following intensive use (e.g. stressful situations, when tired or busy, […]

Related Product: PRO-Diary

Publication Date: September 26, 2014


Parents’ perceptions of children’s physical activity compared on two electronic diaries

Background: After-school hours provide an opportunity for physical activity (PA). Parental perceptions influence children’s PA. The aims were to: compare parents’ perceptions of children’s PA with objectively measured PA; shed light on PA during after-school hours; and compare two electronic devices for collecting data. Methods: Twenty parent-child dyads participated. Children (5–7 years, mean 6.25 ± […]

Related Product: PRO-Diary

Publication Date: February 1, 2013


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