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  • bewegen, cognitie en schoolprestaties

    In januari 2014 is bij het VU medisch centrum (VUmc) in Amsterdam het onderzoeksproject ‘SMART MOVES!’ van start gegaan. SMART MOVES! is gefinancierd door NWO (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek)…

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  • cognitive performance is not affected by three different types of acute exercise

    Recent studies indicate that a single bout of physical exercise can have immediate positive effects on cognitive performance of children and adolescents. However, the type of exercise that affects cognitive…

    Artikel in wetenschappelijk tijdschrift
  • tailored playgrounds positively affect physical activity levels amongst youth

    This study investigates whether Krajicek playgrounds are associated with higher usage and intensity of PA compared to control playgrounds during playground use amongst children. Results: Krajicek playgrounds were significantly less…

    Artikel in wetenschappelijk tijdschrift
  • ‘Exercise every day, keeps the doctor away’ en ‘less is more’. Meer bewegen en minder zitten, waren twee lessen uit de oratie ‘Topsport of kinderspel’ van Mai Chin A Paw,…

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  • evaluating the evidence

    This commentary critically discusses the current evidence on the association between sedentary behaviour and cardiometabolic health in children as well as the methodologically issues that need to be addressed in…

    Artikel in wetenschappelijk tijdschrift
  • simultaneous and interactive influences of parents and friends on European schoolchildren's energy balance-related behaviours, the energy cross-sectional study

    Background: The family, and parents in particular, are considered the most important influencers regarding children’s energy-balance related behaviours (EBRBs). When children become older and gain more behavioural autonomy regarding different…

    Artikel in wetenschappelijk tijdschrift