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2014High sitting time or obesity: Which came first? Bidirectional association in a longitudinal study of 31,787 Australian adultsBauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Ding, Ding; Grunseit, Anne; Pedisic, Zeljko; Stamatakis, Emmanuel (Emmanouil); Banks, Emily; Jalaludin, Bin; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Medicine; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Exercise Health and PerformanceHigh sitting time or obesity: Which came first? Bidirectional association in a longitudinal study of 31,787 Australian adults, Obesity, vol.22, 10, 2014,pp 2126-2130
2015All-cause mortality effects of replacing sedentary time with physical activity and sleeping using an isotemporal substitution model: a prospective study of 201,129 mid-aged and older adultsBauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Ding, Ding (Melody); Rogers, Kris; Stamatakis, Emmanuel (Emmanouil); Berrigan, David; Hamer, M; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthAll-cause mortality effects of replacing sedentary time with physical activity and sleeping using an isotemporal substitution model: a prospective study of 201,129 mid-aged and older adults, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, vol.12, 1, 2015,pp 1-10
2011A tool for measuring workers' sitting time by domain: the Workforce Sitting QuestionnaireBauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Van Der Ploeg, Hidde; Dunn, Scott; Kurko, John; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthA tool for measuring workers' sitting time by domain: the Workforce Sitting Questionnaire, British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol.45, 15, 2011,pp 1216-1222
2012Validity of the Occupational Sitting and Physical Activity QuestionnaireBauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Van Der Ploeg, Hidde; Dunn, Scott; Kurko, John; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthValidity of the Occupational Sitting and Physical Activity Questionnaire, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, vol.44, 1, 2012,pp 118-125
2012Temporal trends in non-occupational sedentary behaviours from Australian Time Use Surveys 1992, 1997 and 2006Bauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Grunseit, Anne; Merom, Dafna; Rissel, Chris; Van Der Ploeg, Hidde; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthTemporal trends in non-occupational sedentary behaviours from Australian Time Use Surveys 1992, 1997 and 2006, The International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, vol.9, 19 June 2012, 2012,pp 1-8
2006Quantitative methods used in Australian health promotion research: a review of publications from 1992-2002.Bauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Smith, Benjamin; Thomas, Margaret; Zehle, Katharina; Frost, Steven; Hawkshaw, Barbara; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; School of Public Health: Public HealthQuantitative methods used in Australian health promotion research: a review of publications from 1992-2002., Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2005, vol.17,(1),2006,pp 32-36
2014Cross-sectional associations of total sitting and leisure screen time with cardiometabolic risk in adults. Results from the HUNT Study, NorwayBauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Grunseit, Anne; Van Der Ploeg, Hidde; Holmen, Jostein; Holmen, Turid Lingaas; Midthjell, Kristian; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthCross-sectional associations of total sitting and leisure screen time with cardiometabolic risk in adults. Results from the HUNT Study, Norway, Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, vol.17, 1, 2014,pp 78-84
2013Non-occupational sedentary behaviors: population changes in The Netherlands, 1975-2005Bauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Van Der Ploeg, Hidde; Venugopal, Kamalesh; Breeveld, Koen; Merom, Dafna; van Poppel, Mireille N M; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: MedicineNon-occupational sedentary behaviors: population changes in The Netherlands, 1975-2005, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, vol.44, 4, 2013,pp 382-387
2008Recent trends in physical activity in New South Wales. Is the tide of inactivity turning?Bauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Chey, Tien; Farrell, Louise; Merom, Dafna; Smith, Benjamin; Eyeson-Annan, Margo; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthRecent trends in physical activity in New South Wales. Is the tide of inactivity turning?, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, vol.32,(1),2008,pp 82-85
2013Are Sitting Occupations Associated with Increased All-Cause, Cancer, and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality Risk? A Pooled Analysis of Seven British Population CohortsBauman, Adrian; Chau, Josephine; Macniven, Rona; Pedisic, Zeljko; Stamatakis, Emmanouil; Coombs, Ngaire; Hamer, Mark; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthAre Sitting Occupations Associated with Increased All-Cause, Cancer, and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality Risk? A Pooled Analysis of Seven British Population Cohorts, PLoS One, vol.8, 9, 2013,pp 1-10