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1 Interaction Between Physical Environment, Social Environment, and Child Characteristics in Determining Physical Activity at Child Care
article 2011    
Author: Gubbels, J.S. · Kremers, S.P.J. · Kann, D.H.H. van · Stafleu, A. · Candel, M.J.J.M. · Dagnelie, P.C. · Thijs, C. · Vries, N.K.de
Keywords: Nutrition · Child-care · Environment · Moderation · Physical activity · Preschool child · Life · PHS - Pharmacokinetics & Human Studies · EELS - Earth, Environmental and Life Sciences
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2 Differential effects of the computer-tailored FATaintPHAT programme on dietary behaviours according to sociodemographic, cognitive and home environmental factors
article 2014    
Author: Ezendam, N.P.M. · Burg, J. · Borsboom, G. · Empelen, P.van · Oenema, A.
Keywords: Health · Adolescent · Computer tailoring · Diet · Intervention · Moderation · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living · Human · LS - Life Style · BSS - Behavioural and Societal Sciences
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3 Moderators of the longitudinal relationship between the perceived physical environment and outside play in children: The KOALA birth cohort study
article 2014    
Author: Remmers, T. · Kann, D. van · Gubbels, J. · Schmidt, S. · Vries, S. de · Ettema, D. · Kremers, S.P.J. · Thijs, C.
Keywords: Health · Interaction · Moderation · Parenting · Perceived physical environment · Physical activity · Social environment · Child · Child parent relation · Cohort analysis · Environment · Female · Health care delivery · longitudinal study · Major clinical study · Male · Outside play · Parent · Parental attitude · Perceived physical environment · Play · Responsibility · Season · Social capital · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living · Behavioural Changes · LS - Life Style · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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