Selected publications relevant to time-use epidemiology
 
2023

Asano et al. Association of 24-h movement behaviors with phase angle in community-dwelling older adults: a compositional data analysis

Cai et al. Associations between combinations of 24-h movement behaviors and physical fitness among Chinese adolescents: sex and age disparities

Chen et al. Associations between 24-hour movement behaviours and BMI in Chinese primary and middle school students

Chen et al. Analysis of national physical activity and sedentary behaviour policies in China

Chen et al. Association between 24-hour movement guideline and physical, verbal, and relational forms of bullying among Chinese adolescents

Cheng et al. Compositional isotemporal substitution analysis of physical activity, sedentary behavior and cardiometabolic biomarkers in US adults: a nationally representative study

Coats et al. Examining the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines among adults with intellectual disability: a pilot study

Collings et al. Substituting device-measured sedentary time with alternative 24-hour movement behaviours: compositional associations with adiposity and cardiometabolic risk in the ORISCAV-LUX 2 study

Collings et al. Arterial stiffness and the reallocation of time between device-measured 24-hour movement behaviours: a compositional data analysis

Curtis et al. The association between 24-hour activity, sedentary and sleep compositions and mental health in Australian adults: a cross-sectional study

Dennis et al. Describing 24-hour movement behaviours among preconception and recently pregnant Canadian parents: who do we need to target?

Dooley al. Method for Activity Sleep Harmonization (MASH): a novel method for harmonizing data from two wearable devices to estimate 24-h sleep–wake cycles

Fairclough et al. Characteristics of 24-hour movement behaviours and their associations with mental health in children and adolescents

Franssen et al. The potential harms of sedentary behaviour on cardiometabolic health are mitigated in highly active adults: a compositional data analysis

Fung et al. Adherence to 24-hour movement recommendations and health indicators in early adolescence: cross-sectional and longitudinal associations in the adolescent brain cognitive development study

Garcia-Hermoso et al. Association between daily physical education attendance and meeting 24-hour movement guidelines in adolescence and adulthood

Garcia-Hermoso et al. Twenty-four-hour movement guidelines during middle adolescence and their association with glucose outcomes and type 2 diabetes mellitus in adulthood

Gauci et al. Characteristics associated with differences in 24-hour device-measured and self-reported sleep, sedentary behaviour and physical activity in a sample of Australian primary school children

Germano-Soares et al. Prevalence and sociodemographic correlates of meeting the 24-hour movement guidelines among low-income Brazilian older adults with chronic diseases

Ghanamah et al. Parents’ perceptions of changes in sleep duration, physical activity, and sedentary behavior in Arab Israeli children during the COVID-19 outbreak

Guerrero et al. Identifying risk profiles for nonadherence to the 24-hour movement guidelines for children and youth 6 months into the COVID-19 pandemic

Hossain et al. 24-hour movement guidelines and weight status among preschool-aged children in Bangladesh: a community-level cross-sectional study

Huang et al. Adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines in relation to the risk of overweight and obesity among children and adolescents

Jaskova et al. Compositional functional regression and isotemporal substitution analysis: methods and application in time-use epidemiology

Kastelic et al. Are reallocations of time between physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep associated with low back pain? A compositional data analysis

Kastelic et al. Association of meeting 24-hour movement guidelines with low back pain among adults

Kastelic et al. Validity and reliability of the Daily Activity Behaviours Questionnaire (DABQ) for the assessment of 24-h movement behaviours among adolescents

Kemp et al. Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations of domain-specific physical activity composition with health-related quality of life in childhood and adolescence in Australia

Khan et al. Adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines and their association with depressive symptoms in adolescents: evidence from Bangladesh

Kidokoro et al. Optimal domain-specific physical activity and sedentary behaviors for blood lipids among Japanese children: a compositional data analysis

Kim et al. Replacing device-measured sedentary time with physical activity is associated with lower risk of coronary heart disease regardless of genetic risk

Koivukoski et al. Meeting the WHO 24-h guidelines among 2–6-year-old children by family socioeconomic status before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: a repeated cross-sectional study

Kracht et al. Association between sleep, sedentary time, physical activity, and adiposity in adolescents: a prospective observational study

Larisch et al. Movement behavior and mental health in offce workers: associations and intervention effects

Larsson et al. Relative time in physical activity and sedentary behaviour across a 2-year pedometer-based intervention in people with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes: a secondary analysis of a randomised controlled trial

Lau et al. 24-Hour movement behaviors and executive functions in preschoolers: a compositional and isotemporal reallocation analysis

Lee et al. Six-year trends and intersectional correlates of meeting 24-hour movement guidelines among South Korean adolescents: Korea Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, 2013–2018

Liang et al. Differential associations between meeting 24-hour movement guidelines with mental wellbeing and mental illness among Chinese adolescents

Liangruenrom et al. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep in the Thai population: a compositional data analysis including 135,824 participants from two national time-use surveys

Lim et al. Using wrist-worn accelerometers to identify the impact of medicines with anticholinergic or sedative properties on sedentary time: a 12-month prospective analysis

Lopez-Gil et al. Are 24-hour movement recommendations associated with obesity-related indicators in the young population? A meta-analysis

Lu et al. Reallocation of time between preschoolers’ 24-h movement behaviours and executive functions: a compositional data analysis

Lu et al. Adherence to 24-h movement guidelines and cognitive difficulties in adolescents

Luo et al. The associations between meeting 24-hour movement guidelines (24-HMG) and mental health in adolescents—cross sectional evidence from China

Miatke et al. The association between reallocations of time and health using compositional data analysis: a systematic scoping review with an interactive data exploration interface

Migueles et al. Longitudinal associations of movement behaviours with body composition and physical fitness from 4 to 9 years of age: structural equation and mediation analysis with compositional data

Mitchell et al. Exploring the associations of daily movement behaviours and mid-life cognition: a compositional analysis of the 1970 British Cohort Study

Murray et al. A time compositional analysis of the association between movement behaviors and indicators of mental health in young adults

Niemelä et al. Compositional association of 24-h movement behavior with incident major adverse cardiac events and all-cause mortality

Ohta et al. Adherence to 24-h movement guidelines and depressive status during the coronavirus disease outbreak: a cross-sectional Japanese survey

Olds et al. The association between socioeconomic status and use of time in Australian children and adolescents

Pan et al. Adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines in children with mental, behavioral, and developmental disorders: data from the 2016–2020 National Survey of Children’s Health

Patience et al. 24-hour movement behaviours (physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep) association with glycaemic control and psychosocial outcomes in adolescents with type 1 diabetes: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative studies

Porter et al. 24-hour movement guideline adherence and mental health: a cross-sectional study of emerging adults with chronic health conditions and disabilities

Ramirez-Velez et al. Prevalence of meeting all three 24-h movement guidelines and its correlates among preschool-aged children

Rasmussen et al. The Goldilocks Day for healthy adiposity measures among children and adolescents

Rollo et al. Prevalence and correlates of meeting the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines among a sample of Canadian parents during the COVID-19 pandemic

Runacres et al. The associations of physical activity, sedentary time, and sleep with VO2max in trained and untrained children and adolescents: a novel five-part compositional analysis

Salas-Gonzalez et al. Adherence to 24-h movement guidelines in Spanish schoolchildren and its association with insulin resistance: a cross-sectional study

Segura-Jimenez et al. Longitudinal reallocations of time between 24-h movement behaviours and their associations with inflammation in children and adolescents: the UP&DOWN study

Shi et al. 24-hour movement behaviours and self-rated health in Chinese adolescents: a questionnaire-based survey in Eastern China

Silva et al. Associations between anxiety disorders and depression symptoms are related to 24-hour movement behaviors among Brazilian adolescents

St. Laurent et al. Associations of activity, sedentary, and sleep behaviors with cognitive and social-emotional health in early childhood

Stefelova et al. Compositional PLS biplot based on pivoting balances: an application to explore the association between 24-h movement behaviours and adiposity

Stoner et al. The 24-h activity cycle and cardiovascular outcomes: establishing biological plausibility using arterial stiffness as an intermediate outcome

Sun et al. Combinations of physical activity, screen time and sleep, and their association with subjective wellbeing in children

Sun et al. Proportion of Chinese children and adolescents meeting 24-hour movement guidelines and associations with overweight and obesity

Suorsa et al. Modifications of 24-h movement behaviors to prevent obesity in retirement: a natural experiment using compositional data analysis

Tapia-Serrano et al. What is the role of adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines in relation to physical fitness components among adolescents?

Taylor et al. Associations of meeting 24-h movement behavior guidelines with cognitive difficulty and social relationships in children and adolescents with attention deficit/hyperactive disorder

Taylor et al. Associations between activity, sedentary and sleep behaviours and psychosocial health in young children: a longitudinal compositional time-use study

Vanderlinden et al. To be well or not to be well: compositional associations of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep with mental well-being in Flemish adults aged 55+ years

Voinier et al. Association of physical activity with loss of knee joint space width over two years: a compositional data analysis in the Osteoarthritis Initiative

Volpato et al. Time reallocations from sedentary behavior to physical activity and cardiovascular risk factors in children and adolescents: a systematic review

Wang et al. Prospective association between 24-hour movement behaviors and mental health among overweight/obese college students: a compositional data analysis approach

Willems et al. Test–retest reliability and internal consistency of a newly developed questionnaire to assess explanatory variables of 24-h movement behaviors in adults

Xu and Wang Adherence to 24-h movement guidelines among Chinese children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities

Zahran and Janssen Compositional associations of time spent in sleep, screen time, and physical activity with polysubstance use in adolescents

Zahran et al. A systematic review of compositional analysis studies examining the associations between sleep, sedentary behaviour, and physical activity with health indicators in early childhood

Zhang et al. 24-hour movement behaviours research during the COVID-19 pandemic: a systematic scoping review

Zhang et al. Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations of adherence to the 24-hour movement guidelines with mental health problems among Chinese adolescents

 
2022

Alanazi et al. Impact of the COVID-19 virus outbreak on 24-h movement behaviours among children in Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional survey

Amagasa et al. Differences in accelerometer-measured physical activity and sedentary behavior between middle-aged men and women in Japan: a compositional data analysis

Aubert et al. Global Matrix 4.0 physical activity report card grades for children and adolescents: results and analyses from 57 countries

Badon et al. Changes in 24-hour movement behaviors from early to late pregnancy in individuals with prepregnancy overweight or obesity

Baillot et al. Health associations with meeting the new Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines recommendations according to body mass index classes in Canadian adults

Bianchim et al. A compositional analysis of physical activity, sedentary time, and sleep and associated health outcomes in children and adults with cystic fibrosis

Bird et al. Associations of neighborhood walkability with moderate to vigorous physical activity: an application of compositional data analysis comparing compositional and non-compositional approaches

Blodgett et al. Associations between the composition of daily time spent in physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep and risk of depression: compositional data analyses of the 1970 British cohort study

Booker et al. Compositional analysis of movement behaviors’ association on high-sensitivity c-reactive protein: the Jackson Heart Study

Bourke et al. Association between childcare movement behaviour compositions with health and development among preschoolers: finding the optimal combinations of physical activities and sedentary time

Bourke et al. Within-person associations between physical and social contexts with movement behavior compositions in adolescents: an ecological momentary assessment study using a compositional data analysis approach

Brakenridge et al. Contrasting compositions of sitting, standing, stepping, and sleeping time: associations with glycaemic outcome by diabetes risk

Campbell and Janssen The neighborhood physical environment and the 24-hour movement behavior composition among children

Cardon et al. The Feel4Diabetes intervention: effectiveness on 24-hour physical behaviour composition in families at risk for diabetes development

Carson et al. Adherence to Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines among infants and associations with development: a longitudinal study

Cavallo et al. The association between sedentary behaviour, physical activity and type 2 diabetes markers: a systematic review of mixed analytic approaches

Chen et al. The Associations between 24-hour movement behaviours and quality of life in preschoolers: a compositional analysis of cross-sectional data from 2018–2021

Chen et al. The combinations of physical activity, screen time, and sleep, and their associations with self-reported physical fitness in children and adolescents

Chong et al. Changes in 24-hour movement behaviours during the transition from primary to secondary school among Australian children

Chong et al. Changes in 24-hour domain-specific movement behaviors and their associations with children’s psychosocial health during the transition from primary to secondary school: a compositional data analysis

Christian et al. Meeting the Australian 24-hour movement guidelines for the early years is associated with better social-emotional development in preschool boys

del Pozo-Cruz et al. Replacing sedentary behavior with physical activity of different intensities: implications for physical function, muscle function, and disability in octogenarians living in long-term care facilities

Domingues et al. Sleep, sedentary behavior, and physical activity in Brazilian adolescents: achievement recommendations and BMI associations through compositional data analysis

Draper et al. Perceptions of the South African 24-hour movement guidelines for birth to 5 years: a qualitative study

Dumuid et al. Many different roads lead to Rome: equivalence of time-use for activity, sedentary and sleep behaviours and dietary intake profiles among adolescents

Dumuid et al. Your best day: an interactive app to translate how time reallocations within a 24-hour day are associated with health measures

Dumuid et al. Does APOE e4 status change how 24-hour time-use composition is associated with cognitive function? an exploratory analysis among middle-to-older adults

Dumuid et al. Goldilocks days: optimising children’s time use for health and well-being

Duncan et al. Changes in Canadian adolescent time use and movement guidelines during the early COVID-19 outbreak: a longitudinal prospective natural experiment design

Elmesmari et al. 24-hour movement behaviors in children with chronic disease and their healthy peers: a case-control study

Estevan et al. Longitudinal association of movement behaviour and motor competence in childhood: a structural equation model, compositional, and isotemporal substitution analysis

Fairclough et al. The physical behaviour intensity spectrum and body mass index in school-aged youth: a compositional analysis of pooled individual participant data

Faria et al. Time-use movement behaviors are associated with scores of depression/anxiety among adolescents: a compositional data analysis

Feng et al. Movement behaviors and mental health of caregivers of preschoolers in China during the COVID-19 pandemic

Feng et al. Effectiveness of a parent-focused intervention targeting 24-h movement behaviors in preschool-aged children: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Ferrari et al. Meeting 24-h movement guidelines and markers of adiposity in adults from eight Latin America countries: the ELANS study

Ferrari et al. Prevalence and sociodemographic correlates of meeting the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines among latin american adults: a multi-national cross-sectional study

Freire et al. Isotemporal substitution of sedentary behavior by different physical activity intensities on pain and disability of patients with chronic low back pain: a cross-sectional study

Garcia-Hermoso et al. Twenty-four-hour movement guidelines during adolescence and its association with obesity at adulthood: results from a nationally representative study

Garcia-Hermoso et al. Trajectories of 24-h movement guidelines from middle adolescence to adulthood on depression and suicidal ideation: a 22-year follow-up study

Giurgiu et al. Compositional insights on the association between physical activity and sedentary behavior on momentary mood in daily life

Giurgiu et al. The assessment of 24-hr physical behavior in children and adolescents via wearables: a systematic review of laboratory validation studies

Goncalves et al. Adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines among rural Brazalian preschool children: associations with parenting practices

Gupta et al. Does occupational forward bending of the back increase long-term sickness absence risk? A 4-year prospective register-based study using device-measured compositional data analysis

Haegele et al. The 24-hour movement guidelines and body composition among youth receiving special education services in the United States

Hansen et al. Physical activity, screen time, and sleep: do German children and adolescents meet the movement guidelines?

Hedayatrad et al. Sociodemographic differences in 24-hour time-use behaviours in New Zealand children

Hesketh and Janssen Movement behaviours and adherence to guidelines: perceptions of a sample of UK parents with children 0–18 months

Hofman et al. Time spent in physical activity, sedentary behavior, and sleep: associations with self-rated sleep quality in middle-aged and older adults

Hofman et al. Substitutions of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep: associations with mental health in middle-aged and elderly persons

Huang et al. Sleep, physical activity, sedentary behavior, and risk of incident dementia: a prospective cohort study of 431,924 UK Biobank participants

Johansson et al. The physical activity health paradox and risk factors for cardiovascular disease: a cross-sectional compositional data analysis in the Copenhagen City Heart Study

Kastelic et al. Validity and reliability of the Daily Activity Behaviours Questionnaire (DABQ) for assessment of time spent in sleep, sedentary behaviour, and physical activity

Kim et al. Prevalence of physical activity, screen time, and sleep, and associations with adiposity and motor development among preschool-age children in Vietnam: the SUNRISE Vietnam pilot study

Kitano et al. Association of domain-specific physical activity and sedentary behavior with cardiometabolic health among office workers

Kong et al. Associations between meeting 24-hour movement guidelines and quality of life among children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder

Kuzik et al. Associations between meeting the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines and physical, cognitive, social-emotional, and overall development in early childhood

Kyan et al. Associations between 24-h movement behaviors and self-rated health: a representative sample of school-aged children and adolescents in Okinawa, Japan

Le et al. The associations between daily activities and affect: a compositional isotemporal substitution analysis

Leppanen et al. Longitudinal and cross-sectional associations of adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines with cardiometabolic risk

Lien et al. Sociodemographic and mental health characteristics associated with changes in movement behaviours due to the COVID-19 pandemic in adolescents

Lin et al. The mediating effect of engagement in physical activity over a 24-hour period on chronic disease and depression: using compositional mediation model

Liu et al. Meeting 24-h movement guidelines is related to better academic achievement: findings from the YRBS 2019 cycle

Liu et al. The association of soft drink consumption and the 24-hour movement guidelines with suicidality among adolescents of the United States

Loo et al. Asia-Pacific consensus statement on integrated 24-hour activity guidelines for the early years

Lopez-Gil et al. Association between air pollution and 24-h movement behaviours in a representative sample of Spanish youth

Lopez-Gil et al. Meeting 24-h movement guidelines: prevalence, correlates, and associations with socioemotional behavior in Spanish minors

Lu et al. Effects of low-volume high-intensity interval exercise on 24 h movement behaviors in inactive female university students

Luo et al. The associations between meeting 24-hour movement guidelines (24-HMG) and self-rated physical and mental health in older adults—cross sectional evidence from China

Ma et al. Time-of-day moderate-to-vigorous physical activity and all-cause mortality in individuals with type 2 diabetes

Ma et al. Associations between 24-h movement behavior and Internet addiction in adolescents: a cross-sectional study

Machida et al. Objectively measured intensity-specific physical activity and hippocampal volume among community-dwelling older adults

Marshall et al. Investigating the influence of physical activity composition on arterial stiffness in youth

Mellow et al. How are combinations of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep related to cognitive function in older adults? A systematic review

Migueles et al. Revisiting the cross-sectional and prospective association of physical activity with body composition and physical fitness in preschoolers: a compositional data approach

Music Milanovic et al. Socioeconomic disparities in physical activity, sedentary behavior and sleep patterns among 6- to 9-year-old children from 24 countries in the WHO European region

Okely et al. A collaborative approach to adopting/adapting guidelines. The Australian 24-hour movement guidelines for children (5-12 years) and young people (13-17 years): an integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep

Pasanen et al. Effects of physical activity intervention on 24-h movement behaviors: a compositional data analysis

Pfledderer et al. Impact of virtual vs. in-person school on children meeting the 24-h movement guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic

Pinto Guedes and Arenhart Zuppa Adherence to combined healthy movement behavior guidelines among adolescents: effects on cardiometabolic health markers

Ramirez Varela et al. Status and trends of physical activity surveillance, policy, and research in 164 countries: findings from the Global Observatory for Physical Activity-GoPA! 2015 and 2020 surveys

Ren et al. Association between 24-hour movement behaviors and smartphone addiction among adolescents in Foshan City, Southern China: compositional data analysis

Riquelme et al. Association between 24-h movement guidelines and cardiometabolic health in Chilean adults

Rollo et al. Health associations with meeting the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for adults: results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey

Rollo et al. Sociodemographic factors associated with meeting the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines among adults: findings from the Canadian Health Measures Survey

Ross et al. US adults with visual impairments meeting 24-h movement guidelines: updated national prevalence estimates

Ross et al. 24-hour movement behaviors among US adults with functional disabilities

Rubin et al. Changes in sedentary behavior patterns during the transition from childhood to adolescence and their association with adiposity: a prospective study based on compositional data analysis

Sabia et al. Importance of characterising sleep breaks within the 24-h movement behaviour framework

Sampasa-Kanyinga et al. Movement behaviours, breakfast consumption, and fruit and vegetable intake among adolescents

Sampasa-Kanyinga et al. Canadian 24-h movement guidelines, life stress, and self-esteem among adolescents

Sampasa-Kanyinga et al. The Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines and self-rated physical and mental health among adolescents

Sandborg et al. Physical activity, body composition, and cardiometabolic health during pregnancy: a compositional data approach

Saunders et al. International school-related sedentary behaviour recommendations for children and youth

Scully et al. Prevalence and trends in Australian adolescents’ adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines: findings from a repeated national cross-sectional survey

So et al. Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on school-aged children’s physical activity, screen time, and sleep in Hong Kong: a cross-sectional repeated measures study

Song et al. Development of a 24-hour movement behavior questionnaire for youth: process and reliability testing

Souza et al. Movement behaviors in short versus adequate nocturnal sleepers: a compositional analysis of preschoolers

Starbek et al. The impact of online-schooling during COVID-19 on device-measured 24-hour movement behaviours among high school students: a compositional data analysis

Suorsa et al. Changes in the 24-h movement behaviors during the transition to retirement: compositional data analysis

Swindell et al. Prevalence and correlates of compliance with 24-h movement guidelines among children from urban and rural Kenya—The Kenya-LINX project

Tapia-Serrano et al. Is adherence to the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines associated with Mediterranean dietary patterns in adolescents?

Tapia-Serrano et al. Is adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines associated with a higher academic achievement among adolescent males and females?

Tapia-Serrano et al. Prevalence of meeting 24-hour movement guidelines from pre-school to adolescence: a systematic review and meta-analysis including 387,437 participants and 23 countries

Tyler et al. Cross-sectional associations between 24-hour activity behaviours and motor competence in youth: a compositional data analysis

Vanderloo et al. Association between physical activity, screen time and sleep, and school readiness in Canadian children aged 4 to 6 years

Verswijveren et al. Intervention effects on children’s movement behaviour accumulation as a result of the Transform-Us! school-and home-based cluster randomised controlled trial

Verswijveren et al. Using compositional data analysis to explore accumulation of sedentary behavior, physical activity and youth health

Wang et al. Meeting the 24-hour movement guidelines and outcomes in adolescents with ADHD: a cross-sectional observational study

Watson et al. Associations between meeting 24-hour movement guidelines and academic achievement in Australian primary school-aged children

Wilhite et al. Combinations of physical activity, sedentary behavior, and sleep and their associations with physical, psychological, and educational outcomes in children and adolescents: a systematic review

Wohlgemuth Schaan et al. Prevalence and correlates of meeting physical activity, screen time, and sleep duration guidelines among Brazilian adolescents: findings from ERICA

Xiong et al. Association between 24-hour movement behaviors and health-related quality of life in children

Yang et al. Meeting 24-hour movement and dietary guidelines: prevalence, correlates and association with weight status among children and adolescents: a national cross-sectional study in China

Zeng et al. Association between the 24-hour movement guidelines and executive function among Chinese children

Zhang et al. The compositional impacts of 2 distinct 24-hour movement behavior change patterns on physical fitness in Chinese adolescents

Zhou et al. Relationship of 24-hour movement behaviors with weight status and body composition in Chinese primary school children: a cross-sectional study

 
2021

Alanazi et al. Systematic review of the relationships between 24-hour movement behaviours and health indicators in school-aged children from Arab-speaking countries

Almaamary et al. Preschoolers’ and mothers dietary practices and compliance with the 24-h movement guidelines: results of Oman’s National Nutrition Survey

Arbour-Nicitopoulos et al. A cross-sectional examination of the 24-hour movement behaviours in Canadian youth with physical and sensory disabilities

Bezerra et al. 24-hour movement behaviour and executive function in preschoolers: a compositional and isotemporal reallocation analysis

Biddle et al. Modelling the reallocation of time spent sitting into physical activity: isotemporal substitution vs. compositional isotemporal substitution

Brusaca et al. Physical behaviours in Brazilian office workers working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, compared to before the pandemic: a compositional data analysis

Burns et al. Segmented school physical activity and weight status in children: application of compositional data analysis

Chen et al. Meeting 24-h movement guidelines: prevalence, correlates, and the relationships with overweight and obesity among Chinese children and adolescents

Chong et al. Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations between 24-hour movement behaviours, recreational screen use and psychosocial health outcomes in children: a compositional data analysis approach

Clarke and Janssen A compositional analysis of time spent in sleep, sedentary behaviour and physical activity with all-cause mortality risk

Decraene et al. Compliance with the 24-hour movement behavior guidelines and associations with adiposity in European preschoolers: results from the ToyBox-Study

Del Pozo Cruz et al. Sedentary behaviour is associated with depression symptoms: compositional data analysis from a representative sample of 3233 US adults and older adults assessed with accelerometers

Draper et al. Evaluation of the dissemination of the South African 24-hour movement guidelines for birth to 5 years

Dubuc et al. COVID-19 impact on adolescent 24 h movement behaviors

Dumuid et al. Balancing time use for children’s fitness and adiposity: evidence to inform 24-hour guidelines for sleep, sedentary time and physical activity

Dumuid et al. Compositional data analysis in time-use epidemiology

Dumuid et al. Moving beyond more: towards a healthy balance of daily behaviours

Fairclough et al. Cross-sectional associations between 24-hour activity behaviours and mental health indicators in children and adolescents: a compositional data analysis

Farrahi et al. Compositional associations of sleep and activities within the 24-h cycle with cardiometabolic health markers in adults

Ferguson et al. Annual, seasonal, cultural and vacation patterns in sleep, sedentary behaviour and physical activity: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Gaba et al. Prospective study on sedentary behaviour patterns and changes in body composition parameters in older women: a compositional and isotemporal substitution analysis

Gaba et al. Replacing school and out-of-school sedentary behaviors with physical activity and its associations with adiposity in children and adolescents: a compositional isotemporal substitution analysis

Galmes-Panades et al. Targeting body composition in an older population: do changes in movement behaviours matter? Longitudinal analyses in the PREDIMED-Plus trial

Guerrero et al. Typologies of family functioning and 24-h movement behaviors

Guimaraes et al. Better health indicators of FitSpirit participants meeting 24-h movement guidelines for Canadian children and youth

Hallman et al. Working from home during the COVID-19 outbreak in Sweden: effects on 24-h time-use in office workers

Hallman et al. Work-time compositions of physical behaviors and trajectories of sick leave due to musculoskeletal pain

Healy et al. Sweat, sit, sleep: a compositional analysis of 24-hr movement behaviors and body mass index among children with autism spectrum disorder

Holtermann et al. 24-hour physical behavior balance for better health for all: “The Sweet-Spot Hypothesis”

Hui et al. The associations between meeting 24-hour movement guidelines and adiposity in Asian adolescents: the Asia-Fit study

Kastelic et al. Associations of meeting 24-h movement guidelines with stress and self-rated health among adults: is meeting more guidelines associated with greater benefits?

Khan et al. Meeting 24-h movement guidelines and associations with health related quality of life of Australian adolescents

Kikuchi et al. Associations of older adults’ physical activity and bout-specific sedentary time with frailty status: compositional analyses from the NEIGE study

Larisch et al. Effects of two randomized and controlled multi-component interventions focusing on 24-hour movement behavior among office workers: a compositional data analysis

Lee et al. Association between compliance with movement behavior guidelines and obesity among Malaysian preschoolers

Lemos et al. 24-hour movement behaviors and fitness in preschoolers: a compositional and isotemporal reallocation analysis

Li et al. Rethinking physical activity promotion during the COVID-19 pandemic: focus on a 24-hour day

Lu et al. Associations of 24-hour movement behavior with depressive symptoms and anxiety in children: cross-sectional findings from a chinese sample

Marshall et al. Using compositional analysis to explore the relationship between physical activity and cardiovascular health in children and adolescents with and without type 1 diabetes

Martins et al. School-time movement behaviors and fundamental movement skills in preschoolers: an isotemporal reallocation analysis

Martins et al. The combination of three movement behaviours is associated with object control skills, but not locomotor skills, in preschoolers

McGregor et al. Compositional data analysis in physical activity and health research. Looking for the right balance

Migueles et al. Revisiting the association of sedentary behavior and physical activity with all-cause mortality using a compositional approach: the Women’s Health Study

Moradell et al. Associations between Daily Movement Distribution, Bone Structure, Falls, and Fractures in Older Adults: A Compositional Data Analysis Study

Olds et al. Chapter: Goldilocks Days: Optimal activity mixes in Australian children

Ortola et al. Association of physical activity, sedentary behavior, and sleep with unhealthy aging: consistent results for device-measured and self-reported behaviors using isotemporal substitution models

Padmapriya et al. 24-hour movement behaviour profiles and their transition in children aged 5.5 and 8 years – findings from a prospective cohort study

Pelclova et al. A study on prospective associations between adiposity and 7-year changes in movement behaviors among older women based on compositional data analysis

Pina et al. Intensity matters for musculoskeletal health: a cross-sectional study on movement behaviors of older adults from high-income Scottish and low-income South African communities

Rasmussen et al. Day-to-day pattern of work and leisure time physical behaviours: are low socioeconomic status adults couch potatoes or work warriors?

Rees-Punia et al. Composition of time in movement behaviors and weight change in latinx, black and white participants

Sampasa-Kanyinga et al. 24-h movement guidelines and substance use among adolescents: a school-nased cross-sectional study

Sampasa-Kanyinga et al. 24-hour movement behaviors and internalizing and externalizing behaviors among youth

Sampasa-Kanyinga et al. Associations between the Canadian 24 h movement guidelines and different types of bullying involvement among adolescents

Smith et al. Physical behaviors and fundamental movement skills in British and Iranian children: an isotemporal substitution analysis

Souza et al. The effect of replacing sedentary behavior by different intensities of physical activity in body composition: a systematic review

Taylor et al. Adherence to 24-h movement behavior guidelines and psychosocial functioning in young children: a longitudinal analysis

Williams et al. The impact of the 24-h movement spectrum on vascular remodeling in older men and women: a review

 
2020

Aadland et al. Interpretation of associations between the accelerometry physical activity spectrum and cardiometabolic health and locomotor skills in two cohorts of children using raw, normalized, log-transformed, or compositional data

Amagasa et al. Associations of sedentary and physically-active behaviors with cognitive-function decline in community-dwelling older adults: compositional data analysis from the NEIGE study

Amagasa et al. Changes in rural older adults’ sedentary and physically-active behaviors between a non-snowfall and a snowfall season: compositional analysis from the NEIGE study

Bang et al. Physical activity, screen time and sleep duration: combined associations with psychosocial health among Canadian children and youth

Bergamin Januario et al. Combined effects of physical behavior compositions and psychosocial resources on perceived exertion among eldercare workers

Buchan et al. Factors associated with students meeting components of Canada’s new 24-hour movement guidelines over time in the COMPASS study

Burge et al. The impact of pulmonary rehabilitation on 24-hour movement behavior in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: new insights from a compositional perspective

Burns et al. Movement behaviors and perceived loneliness and sadness within Alaskan adolescents

Chaput et al. 2020 WHO guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour for children and adolescents aged 5-17 years: summary of the evidence

Chaput et al. Sleep duration and health in adults: an overview of systematic reviews

Chaput et al. Sleep timing, sleep consistency, and health in adults: a systematic review

Chen et al. Associations between early-life screen viewing and 24 hour movement behaviours: findings from a longitudinal birth cohort study

Chong et al. Changes in physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep across the transition from primary to secondary school: a systematic review

Clifford Astbury et al. How does time use differ between individuals who do more versus less foodwork? A compositional data analysis of time use in the United Kingdom time use survey 2014-2015

Coenen et al. Correction of bias in self-reported sitting time among office workers – a study based on compositional data analysis

Curtis et al. The association between time-use behaviors and physical and mental well-being in adults: a compositional isotemporal substitution analysis

da Costa et al. Prevalence and sociodemographic factors associated with meeting the 24-hour movement guidelines in a sample of Brazilian adolescents

De Craemer et al. Correlates of meeting the physical activity, sedentary behavior, and sleep guidelines for the early years among Belgian preschool children: the ToyBox-study

Del Pozo Cruz et al. Integrating sleep, physical activity, and diet quality to estimate all-cause mortality risk: a combined compositional clustering and survival analysis of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2005-2006 cycle

Dogra et al. Recommendations for 24-hour movement behaviours in Adults with asthma: a review of current guidelines

Draper et al. The South African 24-hour movement guidelines for birth to 5 years: an integration of physical activity, sitting behavior, screen time, and sleep

Dumuid et al. Compositional data analysis in time-use epidemiology: what, why, how

Dumuid et al. The “goldilocks day” for children’s skeletal health: compositional data analysis of 24-hour activity behaviors

Faught et al. Optimal messaging of the canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for adults aged 18-64 years and adults aged 65 years and older

Faulkner et al. Are one-year changes in adherence to the 24-hour movement guidelines associated with flourishing among Canadian youth?

Gaba et al. How do short sleepers use extra waking hours? A compositional analysis of 24-h time-use patterns among children and adolescents

Gaba et al. Sedentary behavior patterns and adiposity in children: a study based on compositional data analysis

Gallant et al. One size does not fit all: identifying clusters of physical activity, screen time, and sleep behaviour co-development from childhood to adolescence

Guerrero et al. Canadian children’s and youth’s adherence to the 24-h movement guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic: a decision tree analysis

Gupta et al. Movement behavior profiles and obesity: a latent profile analysis of 24-h time-use composition among Danish workers

Gupta et al. The physical activity paradox revisited: a prospective study on compositional accelerometer data and long-term sickness absence

Gupta et al. Time-based data in occupational studies: The whys, the hows, and some remaining challenges in compositional data analysis (CoDA)

Haegele et al. Proportions of youth with visual impairments meeting 24-hr movement guidelines

Hidding et al. Co-creating a 24-hour movement behavior tool together with 9-12-year-old children using mixed-methods: MyDailyMoves

Hinkley et al. Prospective associations with physiological, psychosocial and educational outcomes of meeting Australian 24-hour movement guidelines for the early years

Jakubec et al. Is adherence to the 24-hour movement guidelines associated with a reduced risk of adiposity among children and adolescents?

Janssen et al. A systematic review of compositional data analysis studies examining associations between sleep, sedentary behaviour, and physical activity with health outcomes in adults

Johansson et al. Sitting, standing and moving during work and leisure among male and female office workers of different age: a compositional data analysis

Ketels et al. The relation between domain-specific physical behaviour and cardiorespiratory fitness: a cross-sectional compositional data analysis on the physical activity health paradox using accelerometer-assessed data

Kim et al. Associations between adherence to combinations of 24-h movement guidelines and overweight and obesity in Japanese preschool children

Knebel et al. Mediating role of screen media use on adolescents’ total sleep time: a cluster-randomized controlled trial for physical activity and sedentary behaviour

Kracht et al. Relationship between the 24-hour movement guidelines and fundamental motor skills in preschoolers

Kuo et al. Does 24-h activity cycle influence plasma PCSK9 concentration? A systematic review and meta-analysis

Kuzik et al. Movement behaviours and physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development in preschool-aged children: cross-sectional associations using compositional analyses

Larisch et al. Associations between 24 h movement behavior and mental health in office workers

Lee et al. Associations of accelerometer-measured physical activity and sedentary time with chronic kidney disease: the Framingham Heart Study

Liangruenrom et al. Trends and correlates of meeting 24-hour movement guidelines: a 15-year study among 167,577 Thai adults

Lien et al. Adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines and academic performance in adolescents

Martins et al. Association between compliance with the 24-hour movement guidelines and fundamental movement skills in preschoolers: a network perspective

Matricciani et al. Sleep and cardiometabolic health in children and adults: examining sleep as a component of the 24-hour day

McNeill et al. Compliance with the 24-hour movement guidelines for the early years: cross-sectional and longitudinal associations with executive function and psychosocial health in preschool children

Merkus et al. Can a metric combining arm elevation and trapezius muscle activity predict neck/shoulder pain? A prospective cohort study in construction and healthcare

Mota et al. Twenty-four-hour movement behaviours and fundamental movement skills in preschool children: a compositional and isotemporal substitution analysis

Orme et al. Does cardiac rehabilitation for people with stroke in the sub-acute phase of recovery lead to physical behaviour change? Results from compositional analysis of accelerometry-derived data

Oviedo-Caro et al. Associations of 24-hours activity composition with adiposity and cardiorespiratory fitness: the PregnActive project

Patte et al. Are one-year changes in adherence to the 24-hour movement guidelines associated with depressive symptoms among youth?

Pelclova et al. Are longitudinal reallocations of time between movement behaviours associated with adiposity among elderly women? A compositional isotemporal substitution analysis

Powell et al. Use of compositional data analysis to show estimated changes in cardiometabolic health by reallocating time to light-intensity physical activity in older adults

Rasmussen et al. Zero problems with compositional data of physical behaviors: a comparison of three zero replacement methods

Reilly et al. GRADE-ADOLOPMENT process to develop 24-hour movement behavior recommendations and physical activity guidelines for the under 5s in the United Kingdom, 2019

Rodriguez-Gomez et al. Prospective changes in the distribution of movement behaviors are associated with bone health in the elderly according to variations in their frailty levels

Rollo et al. The whole day matters: understanding 24-hour movement guideline adherence and relationships with health indicators across the lifespan

Ross et al. Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for adults aged 18-64 years and adults aged 65 years or older: an integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep

Ross et al. Introduction to the canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for adults aged 18-64 years and adults aged 65 years or older: an integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep

Rossen et al. Associations of physical activity and sedentary behavior with cardiometabolic biomarkers in prediabetes and type 2 diabetes: a compositional data analysis

Rubin et al. Prevalence and correlates of adherence to the combined movement guidelines among Czech children and adolescents

Sampasa-Kanyinga et al. 24-hour movement guidelines and suicidality among adolescents

Sampasa-Kanyinga et al. Combinations of physical activity, sedentary time, and sleep duration and their associations with depressive symptoms and other mental health problems in children and adolescents: a systematic review

Saunders et al. Sedentary behaviour and health in adults: an overview of systematic reviews

Shi et al. Compliance with 24-hour movement guidelines in Hong Kong adolescents: associations with weight status

St Laurent et al. Cross-sectional associations of 24-hour sedentary time, physical activity, and sleep duration compositions with sleep quality and habits in preschoolers

Stevens et al. Accelerometer-measured physical activity at work and need for recovery: a compositional analysis of cross-sectional data

Swindell et al. Compositional analysis of the associations between 24-h movement behaviours and cardio-metabolic risk factors in overweight and obese adults with pre-diabetes from the PREVIEW study: cross-sectional baseline analysis

Tanaka et al. Association between 24-hour movement guidelines and physical fitness in children

Tanaka et al. Proportion of Japanese primary school children meeting recommendations for 24-h movement guidelines and associations with weight status

Tomasone et al. Dissemination and implementation of national physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and/or sleep guidelines among community-dwelling adults aged 18 years and older: A systematic scoping review and suggestions for future reporting and research

Tomasone et al. Knowledge translation of the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for adults aged 18-64 years and adults aged 65 years or older: a collaborative movement guideline knowledge translation process

Tomaz et al. The South African 24-hour movement guidelines for birth to 5 years: results from the stakeholder consultation

Tremblay Introducing 24-hour movement guidelines for the early years: a new paradigm gaining momentum

Tremblay and Ross How should we move for health? The case for the 24-hour movement paradigm

Tye et al. Physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep, and their association with BMI in a sample of adolescent females in New Zealand

Vale and Mota Adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines among Portuguese preschool children: the prestyle study

Verhoog et al. Associations of activity and sleep with quality of life: a compositional data analysis

von Rosen et al. Association between physical activity and all-cause mortality: a 15-year follow-up using a compositional data analysis

Watson et al. Associations between 24-hour time use and academic achievement in Australian primary school-aged children

Ying et al. Movement in high school: proportion of chinese adolescents meeting 24-hour movement guidelines

Zhu et al. Twenty-four-hour movement guidelines and body weight in youth

 
2019

Carson et al. Compositional analyses of the associations between sedentary time, different intensities of physical activity, and cardiometabolic biomarkers among children and youth from the United States

Chau et al. The evolution of time use approaches for understanding activities of daily living in a public health context

Debache et al. Associations of sensor-derived physical behavior with metabolic health: a compositional analysis in the record multisensor study

DeSmet et al. Adults’ preferences for behavior change techniques and engagement features in a mobile app to promote 24-hour movement behaviors: cross-sectional survey study

Dumuid et al. The association of the body composition of children with 24-hour activity composition

Foley et al. Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations between active commuting and patterns of movement behaviour during discretionary time: A compositional data analysis

Guerrero et al. 24-hour movement behaviors and impulsivity

Gupta et al. Daily domain-specific time-use composition of physical behaviors and blood pressure

Hallman et al. Calibration of self-reported time spent sitting, standing and walking among office workers: a compositional data analysis

Jurakic and Pedisic Croatian 24-hour guidelines for physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep: a proposal based on a systematic review of literature

Lewthwaite et al. Use of time in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: Longitudinal associations with symptoms and quality of life using a compositional analysis approach

Liangruenrom et al. Standardised criteria for classifying the international classification of activities for time-use statistics (ICATUS) activity groups into sleep, sedentary behaviour, and physical activity

McGregor et al. Compositional analysis of the association between mortality and 24-hour movement behaviour from NHANES

McGregor et al. Cox regression survival analysis with compositional covariates: application to modelling mortality risk from 24-h physical activity patterns

McGregor et al. Differences in physical activity time-use composition associated with cardiometabolic risks

Mellow et al. Building your best day for healthy brain aging—the neuroprotective effects of optimal time use

Memon et al. Research combining physical activity and sleep: a bibliometric analysis

Meredith-Jones et al. Do young children consistently meet 24-h sleep and activity guidelines? A longitudinal analysis using actigraphy

Olds et al. Life on holidays: Differences in activity composition between school and holiday periods in Australian children

Rasmussen et al. Is high aerobic workload at work associated with leisure time physical activity and sedentary behaviour among blue-collar workers? A compositional data analysis based on accelerometer data

Rhodes et al. Parental support of the canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for children and youth: prevalence and correlates

Rodriguez-Gomez et al. Compositional influence of movement behaviors on bone health during aging

Rodriguez-Gomez et al. The impact of movement behaviors on bone health in elderly with adequate nutritional status: compositional data analysis depending on the frailty status

Taylor et al. Do differences in compositional time use explain ethnic variation in the prevalence of obesity in children? Analyses using 24-hour accelerometry

Thivel et al. Associations between meeting combinations of 24-hour movement recommendations and dietary patterns of children: A 12-country study

Zhao et al. Visualising combined time use patterns of children’s activities and their association with weight status and neighbourhood context

 
2018

Biddle et al. Associations of physical behaviours and behavioural reallocations with markers of metabolic health: a compositional data analysis

Chaput et al. Public health guidelines on sedentary behaviour are important and needed: a provisional benchmark is better than no benchmark at all

Dumuid et al. Adiposity and the isotemporal substitution of physical activity, sedentary time and sleep among school-aged children: a compositional data analysis approach

Dumuid et al. Human development index, children’s health-related quality of life and movement behaviors: a compositional data analysis

Dumuid et al. Relationships between older adults’ use of time and cardio-respiratory fitness, obesity and cardio-metabolic risk: a compositional isotemporal substitution analysis

Duncan et al. Wear-time compliance with a dual-accelerometer system for capturing 24-h behavioural profiles in children and adults

Fairclough et al. Adiposity, fitness, health-related quality of life and the reallocation of time between children’s school day activity behaviours: a compositional data analysis

Foley et al. Patterns of health behaviour associated with active travel: a compositional data analysis

Grgic et al. Health outcomes associated with reallocations of time between sleep, sedentary behaviour, and physical activity: a systematic scoping review of isotemporal substitution studies

Gupta et al. A comparison of standard and compositional data analysis in studies addressing group differences in sedentary behavior and physical activity

Gupta et al. Is daily movement behaviors’ composition related to blood pressure in working adults?

Hunt et al. Patterns of time use across the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease severity spectrum

Janurek et al. The association of the 24 hour distribution of time spent in physical activity, work, and sleep with emotional exhaustion

Matricciani et al. Rethinking the sleep-health link

Olds et al. One day you’ll wake up and won’t have to go to work: the impact of changes in time use on mental health following retirement

Rasmussen et al. Does physically demanding work hinder a physically active lifestyle in low socioeconomic workers? A compositional data analysis based on accelerometer data

Rodriguez-Gomez et al. Associations between sedentary time, physical activity and bone health among older people using compositional data analysis

Stefelova et al. Robust compositional analysis of physical activity and sedentary behaviour data

Talarico and Janssen Compositional associations of time spent in sleep, sedentary behavior and physical activity with obesity measures in children

Taylor et al. 24-h movement behaviors from infancy to preschool: cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships with body composition and bone health

Winkler et al. Cardiometabolic impact of changing sitting, standing, and stepping in the workplace

 
2017

Carson et al. Cross-sectional associations between sleep duration, sedentary time, physical activity, and adiposity indicators among canadian preschool-aged children using compositional analyses

Carson et al. Systematic review of the relationships between physical activity and health indicators in the early years (0-4 years)

Chaput et al. Systematic review of the relationships between sleep duration and health indicators in the early years (0-4 years)

Dumuid et al. Academic performance and lifestyle behaviors in australian school children: a cluster analysis

Dumuid et al. Compositional data analysis for physical activity, sedentary time and sleep research

Dumuid et al. Health-related quality of life and lifestyle behavior clusters in school-aged children from 12 countries

Dumuid et al. The compositional isotemporal substitution model: a method for estimating changes in a health outcome for reallocation of time between sleep, sedentary behaviour, and physical activity

Fairclough et al. Fitness, fatness and the reallocation of time between children’s daily movement behaviours: an analysis of compositional data

Kuzik et al. Systematic review of the relationships between combinations of movement behaviours and health indicators in the early years (0-4 years)

Lee et al. Meeting new canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for the early years and associations with adiposity among toddlers living in Edmonton, Canada

Pedisic et al. Integrating sleep, sedentary behaviour, and physical activity research in the emerging field of time-use epidemiology: definitions, concepts, statistical methods, theoretical framework, and future directions

Wong et al. Time-use patterns and health-related quality of life in adolescents

 
2016

Carson et al. Associations between sleep duration, sedentary time, physical activity, and health indicators among Canadian children and youth using compositional analyses

Dumuid et al. The adiposity of children is associated with their lifestyle behaviours: a cluster analysis of school-aged children from 12 nations

Tremblay et al. Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for children and youth: An integration of physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep

 
2015

Chastin et al. Combined effects of time spent in physical activity, sedentary behaviors and sleep on obesity and cardio-metabolic health markers: a novel compositional data analysis approach

 
2014

Chaput et al. Importance of all movement behaviors in a 24 hour period for overall health

Pedisic Measurement issues and poor adjustments for physical activity and sleep undermine sedentary behaviour research – The focus should shift to the balance between sleep, sedentary behaviour, standing and activity

Williams et al. Do more active children sleep more? A repeated cross-sectional analysis using accelerometry