1 SPACES - Studying Physical Activity in Children's Environments across Scotland. http://spaces.sphsu.mrc.ac.uk/
2 The self-report questionnaire is designed to provide a general measure of how much physical activity features in a respondent's daily lifestyle. It is not intended to measure frequency, intensity, or duration.
3 N>300, (Voss, Ogunleye, & Sandercock, 2013)
4 This gender difference is comparable to that observed in the East of England Healthy Hearts Study (Voss, et al., 2013) of English children (boys 3.2, and girls 3.04) of a similar age
5 SPACES - Studying Physical Activity in Children's Environments across Scotland. http://spaces.sphsu.mrc. ac.uk/
12 The cohort is split across two academic years. This study focused on the children who started Primary 6 in August 2014 (approximately 3/4 of the full BC1) and who took part in the first phase of sweep 8.
14 See Appendix B for the technical note regarding the survey weights developed for this sample.
16 Acceleration is detected and recorded across three planes of movement: in the vertical axis (axis 1), the horizontal axis (axis 2), and the perpendicular axis (axis 3).
18 See Appendix B for the technical note regarding the survey weights developed for this sample.
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