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Longitudinal Study: LSAC
Title: Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations of domain-specific physical activity composition with health-related quality of life in childhood and adolescence in Australia
Authors: Kemp, Byron J
Dumuid, Dorothea 
Chong, Kar Hau
Parrish, Anne-Maree 
Cliff, Dylan 
Publication Date: 6-Jun-2023
Abstract: Health benefits have been linked with physical activity (PA), as well as some domains of PA among youth (e.g. organized PA and active transport). However, less is known about whether some PA domains are more beneficial than others. There is also a lack of evidence about whether health outcomes are related to the composition of PA (i.e. the share of PA spent in different domains). This study aimed to identify: (1) how the absolute durations of organized PA, non-organized PA, active transport and active chores/work at 10-11y are individually associated with physical, psychosocial and total health-related quality of life (HRQOL) at 10-11y and 12-13y; and (2) how the domain-specific composition of PA at 10-11y is associated with HRQOL at 10-11y and 12-13y.
DOI: 10.1186/s12966-023-01466-6
Keywords: Active play; Active transport; Adolescents; Children; Compositional data analysis; Household physical activity; Non-organized physical activity; Occupational physical activity; Organized sport; Public health
Research collection: Journal Articles
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