Grant Schofield
Grant Schofield
Professor of Public Health, AUT University
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How many steps/day are enough? For older adults and special populations
C Tudor-Locke, CL Craig, Y Aoyagi, RC Bell, KA Croteau, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 8 (1), 80, 2011
How many steps/day are enough? For adults
C Tudor-Locke, CL Craig, WJ Brown, SA Clemes, K De Cocker, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 8 (1), 1-17, 2011
Physical activity in relation to urban environments in 14 cities worldwide: a cross-sectional study
JF Sallis, E Cerin, TL Conway, MA Adams, LD Frank, M Pratt, D Salvo, ...
The Lancet 387 (10034), 2207-2217, 2016
Physical activity in preschoolers
M Oliver, GM Schofield, GS Kolt
Sports medicine 37 (12), 1045-1070, 2007
Transport, urban design, and physical activity: an evidence-based update
H Badland, G Schofield
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 10 (3), 177-196, 2005
Social support for youth physical activity: Importance of siblings, parents, friends and school support across a segmented school day
M Hohepa, R Scragg, G Schofield, GS Kolt, D Schaaf
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 4 (1), 54, 2007
Occupational sitting time and overweight and obesity in Australian workers
WK Mummery, GM Schofield, R Steele, EG Eakin, WJ Brown
American journal of preventive medicine 29 (2), 91-97, 2005
Measuring flourishing: The impact of operational definitions on the prevalence of high levels of wellbeing
LC Hone, A Jarden, GM Schofield, S Duncan
International Journal of Wellbeing 4 (1), 2014
Indigenous disparities in disease-specific mortality, a cross-country comparison: New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and the United States
D Bramley, P Hebert, R Jackson, M Chassin
The New Zealand Medical Journal (Online) 117 (1207), 2004
Pedometer-determined physical activity and body composition in New Zealand children
JS Duncan, G Schofield, E DUNCAN
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 38 (8), 1402-1409, 2006
Physical activity: what do high school students think?
M Hohepa, G Schofield, GS Kolt
Journal of Adolescent Health 39 (3), 328-336, 2006
Perceived neighborhood environmental attributes associated with walking and cycling for transport among adult residents of 17 cities in 12 countries: the IPEN study
J Kerr, JA Emond, H Badland, R Reis, O Sarmiento, J Carlson, JF Sallis, ...
Environmental health perspectives 124 (3), 290-298, 2016
Advancing science and policy through a coordinated international study of physical activity and built environments: IPEN adult methods
J Kerr, JF Sallis, N Owen, I De Bourdeaudhuij, E Cerin, T Sugiyama, ...
Journal of physical activity and health 10 (4), 581-601, 2013
Travel behavior and objectively measured urban design variables: associations for adults traveling to work
HM Badland, GM Schofield, N Garrett
Health & place 14 (1), 85-95, 2008
Effects of a controlled pedometer-intervention trial for low-active adolescent girls
L Schofield, WK Mummery, G Schofield
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 37 (8), 1414-1420, 2005
Pedometer steps in primary school-aged children: a comparison of school-based and out-of-school activity
M Cox, G Schofield, N Greasley, GS Kolt
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 9 (1-2), 91-97, 2006
Step count recommendations for children based on body fat
JS Duncan, G Schofield, EK Duncan
Preventive medicine 44 (1), 42-44, 2007
Factor analysis of barriers to treatment for problem gambling
MJ Rockloff, G Schofield
Journal of gambling studies 20 (2), 121-126, 2004
Perceived neighbourhood environmental attributes associated with adults׳ recreational walking: IPEN Adult study in 12 countries
T Sugiyama, E Cerin, N Owen, AL Oyeyemi, TL Conway, D Van Dyck, ...
Health & place 28, 22-30, 2014
An integrated curriculum approach to increasing habitual physical activity in children: a feasibility study
M Oliver, G Schofield, E McEvoy
Journal of School Health 76 (2), 74-79, 2006
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