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  1. Cognitive Reserve Mediates the Relation between Neighborhood Socio-Economic Position and Cognitive Decline
  2. Grip Strength and Depression Symptoms Among Middle-Age and Older Adults
  3. The Association of Grip Strength with Depressive Symptoms among Middle-Aged and Older Adults with Different Chronic Diseases
  4. Promoting Health-Related Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Physical Education: The Role of Class Intensity and Habitual Physical Activity
  5. The Effects of Exclusively Resistance Training-Based Supervised Programs in People with Depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials
  6. Which countries have data on how long people sit per day?
  7. The Effect of Muscular Strength on Depression Symptoms in Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  8. Mediating role of physical fitness and fat mass on the associations between physical activity and bone health in youth
  9. A Comparative Study of Participation in Physical Education Classes among 170,347 Adolescents from 54 Low-, Middle-, and High-Income Countries
  10. Different levels of physical activity and depression symptoms among older adults from 18 countries: A population-based study from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE)
  11. Physical Activity Practice Determinants for People with Motor Disabilities: Inequities in Access and Physical Activity Engagement
  12. Psychosocial Correlates of the Physical Activity of Children and Adolescents with Intellectual Disability or Motor Impairment
  13. Adolescents’ Experiences and Perspectives on Physical Activity and Friend Influences Over Time
  14. Conhecimento sobre Atividade Física e seus Níveis em Crianças com Cardiopatia Congênita
  15. Test–retest reliability of physical fitness tests among young athletes: The FITescola ® battery
  16. Prevalence of Physical Activity among Adolescents from 105 Low, Middle, and High-Income Countries
  17. The influence of socioeconomic status and age on the prevalence of overweight and obesity among 5 to 10‐year‐old children in Curitiba, Brazil
  18. Active Commuting and Physical Fitness: A Systematic Review
  19. Abstracts from the 17th Annual Scientific Conference of Montenegrin Sports Academy “Sport, Physical Activity and Health: Contemporary Perspectives”: Cavtat, Dubrovnik, Croatia. 2-5 April 2020
  20. Cardiorespiratory fitness and telomere length: a systematic review
  21. A composite measure of healthy lifestyle: A study from 38 countries and regions from Europe and North America, from the Health Behavior in School-Aged Children survey
  22. Muscle Mass and Muscle Strength Relationships to Balance: The Role of Age and Physical Activity
  23. Socio-demographic factors associated with physical activity and sitting time patterns in adults: An analysis based on the Portuguese Food, Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey
  24. Adolescents’ healthy lifestyle
  25. Adolescents’ healthy lifestyle
  26. Trends in Tobacco Use among Children and Adolescents in Israel, 1998–2015
  27. Active Commuting to School and Physical Activity Levels among 11 to 16 Year-Old Adolescents from 63 Low- and Middle-Income Countries
  28. Active Commuting and Depression Symptoms in Adults: A Systematic Review
  29. Physical Activity Promotion Tools in the Portuguese Primary Health Care: An Implementation Research
  30. The influence of opponents’ offensive play on the performance of professional rink hockey goalkeepers
  31. Recreational Football is Medicine against Non‐Communicable Diseases: A systematic Review
  32. Leisure-time Physical activity is negatively associated with depression symptoms independently of the socioeconomic status
  33. Strategies and effects of promising school-based interventions to promote active school transportation by bicycle among children and adolescents: protocol for a systematic review
  34. Healthy Lifestyle in Children and Adolescents and Its Association with Subjective Health Complaints: Findings from 37 Countries and Regions from the HBSC Study
  35. Effectiveness on hospital‐acquired pressure ulcers prevention: a systematic review
  36. Self-rated health and health-related quality of life are related with adolescents' healthy lifestyle
  37. Associação entre práticas de atividade física e desempenho acadêmico de estudantes chilenos do ensino fundamental e médio
  39. Trends and Age-Related Changes of Physical Activity Among Portuguese Adolescent Girls From 2002–2014: Highlights From the Health Behavior in School-Aged Children Study
  40. Prevalence and Preferences of Self-Reported Physical Activity and Nonsedentary Behaviors in Portuguese Adults
  41. Cross-Sectional and Prospective Relationship Between Low-to-Moderate–Intensity Physical Activity and Chronic Diseases in Older Adults From 13 European Countries
  42. Abstracts presented at International Congress CIDESD 2019
  43. Balance and mobility relationships in older adults: A representative population-based cross-sectional study in Madeira, Portugal
  44. Sleep in adolescence: sex matters?
  45. Proceedings of the International Seminar of Physical Education, Leisure and Health, 17-19 June 2019. Castelo Branco, Portugal
  46. Students’ Attitude Toward Physical Education: Relations With Physical Activity, Physical Fitness, and Self-Concept
  47. The Cognitive Telephone Screening Instrument (COGTEL): a reliable and valid tool for the assessment of cognitive functioning in the Brazilian elderly
  48. Psychosocial Profile in Portuguese Adolescents with Chronic Disease Attending an Outpatient Department in a Hospital Setting
  50. Prevalence of Risk for Exercise Dependence: A Systematic Review
  51. Physical Activity, Aerobic Fitness and Academic Achievement
  52. Few European Adults are Living a Healthy Lifestyle
  53. Performance analysis of both sex marathon runners ranked by IAAF
  54. Associations between vigorous physical activity and chronic diseases in older adults: a study in 13 European countries
  55. Self-rated wellbeing and physical activity associations in European older adults
  56. Adolescents’ eating behaviours and its relationship with family meals, body mass index and body weight perception Comportamiento alimenticio de los adolescentes y su relación con comidas familiares, índice de masa corporal y percepción del peso corporal
  57. Regular physical activity eliminates the harmful association of television watching with multimorbidity. A cross-sectional study from the European Social Survey
  58. Prevalence and trends of overweight and obesity in older adults from 10 European countries from 2005 to 2013
  59. Positive Youth Development: Interactions Between Healthy Lifestyle Behaviours and Psychosocial Variables
  60. Physical activity buffers the negative relationship between multimorbidity, self-rated health and life satisfaction
  61. Achievement goals and self-determination in adult football players – a cluster analysis
  62. The Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity in Adolescents from 1988 to 2014: Results from the HBSC Portuguese Survey
  63. A cross-sectional and prospective analyse of reallocating sedentary time to physical activity on children’s cardiorespiratory fitness
  64. 13 Multimorbidity and physical activity recommendations in european older adults
  65. Do Clinical And Psychosocial Factors Affect Health-Related Quality of Life in Adolescents with Chronic Diseases?
  66. The association between physical activity and chronic diseases in European adults
  67. How does academic achievement relate to cardiorespiratory fitness, self-reported physical activity and objectively reported physical activity: a systematic review in children and adolescents aged 6–18 years
  68. Prevalence of adult overweight and obesity in 20 European countries, 2014
  69. The relationship between physical activity, fitness, physical complaints and BMI in German adults – results of a longitudinal study
  70. Unemployment, life satisfaction and deprivation: Gender and partnership differences in the context of economic recession
  71. Associations between self-reported fitness and self-rated health, life-satisfaction and health-related quality of life among adolescents
  72. Potential correlates and outcomes of active commuting to school among adolescents
  73. Socio-demographic correlates of physical activity among European older people
  74. Factors affecting the well-being of adolescents living with unemployed parents in times of economic recession: findings from the Portuguese HBSC study
  75. Perception of quantity and quality of sleep and their association with health related quality of life and life satisfaction during adolescence
  76. Cross-sectional and prospective relationship between physical activity and chronic diseases in European older adults
  77. Adolescent’s subjective perceptions of chronic disease and related psychosocial factors: highlights from an outpatient context study
  78. Psychosocial correlates of organized physical activity in Portuguese urban youth
  79. Associations between physical activity and self-rated wellbeing in European adults: A population-based, cross-sectional study
  80. Exploring the perspectives of physically active and inactive adolescents: how does physical education influence their lifestyles?
  82. Cross-sectional and prospective impact of reallocating sedentary time to physical activity on children's body composition
  83. European adults’ physical activity socio-demographic correlates: a cross-sectional study from the European Social Survey
  84. Heart rate as an indicator for exercise prescription for normal, overweight, and obese adolescents
  85. Longitudinal Relationship between Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Academic Achievement
  86. Distress and unemployment: the related economic and noneconomic factors in a sample of unemployed adults
  87. Representações, estímulos e constrangimentos do árbitro de futebol de 11
  88. Associations between organized sports participation and objectively measured physical activity, sedentary time and weight status in youth
  89. Effects of obesity on perception of ability and perception of body image in Portuguese children and adolescents
  90. Identificação de padrões de atividade física e comportamentos sedentários em adolescentes, com recurso à avaliação momentânea ecológica
  91. Unemployment, Parental Distress and Youth Emotional Well-Being: The Moderation Roles of Parent–Youth Relationship and Financial Deprivation
  92. Girls’ physical activity and sedentary behaviors: Does sexual maturation matter? A cross-sectional study with HBSC 2010 Portuguese survey
  93. Prevalence of physical activity in European adults — Compliance with the World Health Organization's physical activity guidelines
  94. Trends in prevalence of overweight and obesity: are Portuguese adolescents still increasing weight?
  95. Health complaints among adolescents: Associations with more screen-based behaviours and less physical activity
  96. Adolescents’ perspectives on the barriers and facilitators of physical activity: a systematic review of qualitative studies
  97. Cross-sectional and prospective associations between moderate to vigorous physical activity and sedentary time with adiposity in children
  98. Socio-demographic correlates of leisure time physical activity among Portuguese adults
  99. Planeamento na Ótica dos Professores Estagiários de Educação Física: Dificuldades e Limitações
  100. Association between Physical Activity, Sedentary Time, and Healthy Fitness in Youth
  101. Do Students Know the Physical Activity Recommendations for Health Promotion?
  102. Exploring psychosocial correlates of physical activity among children and adolescents with spina bifida
  103. Gender differences in risk behaviours: Does sexual maturation matter?
  105. Adolescents’ physical activity trends over the years: a three-cohort study based on the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) Portuguese survey
  106. Sedentary behavior and physical activity patterns of urban adolescents: A study using ecological momentary assessment
  107. Correlates of school sport participation: A cross-sectional study in urban Portuguese students
  108. Trends and correlates of overweight and Obesity among adolescents from 2002 to 2010: A three-cohort study based on a representative sample of Portuguese adolescents
  109. HIV Risky Sexual Behaviors and HIV Infection Among Immigrants: A Cross-Sectional Study in Lisbon, Portugal
  111. Adolescents’ physical activity profile according to parental physical activity participation
  112. Correlates of urban children's leisure-time physical activity and sedentary behaviors during school days
  113. Fitness, fatness, and academic performance in seventh-grade elementary school students
  116. Perception and reality – Portuguese adults' awareness of active lifestyle
  117. Does Physical Activity Promotion Advantages Need the Identification of Associated Health Compromising Features such as Injuries, Alcohol Use and Interpersonal Violence? Highlights from HBSC/ WHO Portuguese Survey
  118. The correlates of meeting physical activity recommendations: A population‐based cross‐sectional study
  119. Corrections
  120. Tactical analysis of the Barcelona counter-attack
  121. Playing tactics in the English premier league, Spain's La Liga and Italy's Serie A
  122. The importance of attitudes towards physical activity and its relationship with practice of physical activity
  123. Health-related fitness in physical education - 45 versus 90 minutes classes
  124. Influence of presence of the coach on the behaviour of the athlete in training
  125. Lifestyle perception and physical activity practice
  126. Physical activity in urban Portuguese adults according to age, intensity and sex
  127. Prevalence of barriers for physical activity in Portuguese adolescents
  128. Prevalence of barriers for physical activity in adults according to gender and socioeconomic status
  129. Relationship between physical fitness, physical activity and body mass index of adolescents
  130. Self-perception and participation in school sports
  131. The practice of physical activity of the Portuguese adults and fulfilment of physical activity recommendations
  132. Scholar sports participation according to age and sex of students from military schools
  133. Scholar sports participation according to age and sex of students from urban public schools