Items where Author is "Lane, Aoife"

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Article

Lane, Aoife (2014) Screen Time Increases Risk of Overweight and Obesity. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 11.

Lane, Aoife and Murphy, N. M. and Harrison, Michael (2013) Screen Time Increases Risk of Overweight and Obesity in Active and Inactive 9 Year Old Irish Children: A Cross Sectional Analysis. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 10. (In Press)

Lane, Aoife and Murphy, N. M. and Bauman, A. and Chey, T (2012) Active for a Day: Predictors of Relapse Among Previously Active Mass Event Participants. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 9. pp. 48-52.

Lane, Aoife and Murphy, N. M. and Bauman, Adrian and Chey, Tien (2010) Randomized controlled trial to increase physical activity among insufficiently active women following their participation in a mass event. Health Education Journal, 69 (3). pp. 287-296.

Bauman, Adrian and Murphy, Niamh and Lane, Aoife (2009) The role of community programmes and mass events in promoting physical activity to patients. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 43. pp. 44-46.

Monograph

Lane, Aoife and Murphy, N. M. and Smith, Peter and Bauman, Adrian (2010) Do mass participation sporting events have a role in making populations more active? Project Report. Irish Sports Council, Dublin.

Conference or Workshop Item

Storey, Aubrey and Lane, Aoife and Cunningham, Caitriona and McNamara, John (2014) An evaluation of the health-behaviours of farmers in the South-East of Ireland. In: Agricultural Research Forum, 10-11 March 2014, Tullamore.

Lane, Aoife and Murphy, N. M. and Harrison, Michael (2012) Correlates and Implications of High Screen Time among High and Low Active Irish Nine-Year Olds. In: International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, October 2012, Sydney, Australia.

Thesis

Lane, Aoife (2010) Active for a day Physical activity relapes and strategies for maintenance following participation in a mass event. PhD thesis, Waterford Institute of Technology.

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