The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Demography, Psychological intervention, Physical therapy, Body mass index and Gerontology. Russell Jago combines subjects such as Physical fitness, Logistic regression, Odds, Cross-sectional study and Confounding with his study of Demography. His Psychological intervention research includes elements of Environmental health, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Screen viewing and Competence.
His Physical therapy study also includes
Russell Jago mostly deals with Intervention, Psychological intervention, Physical therapy, Demography and Gerontology. His Intervention research integrates issues from Randomized controlled trial and Public health, Health promotion. Screen viewing, Pediatrics and Sedentary lifestyle is closely connected to Developmental psychology in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Psychological intervention.
His work carried out in the field of Physical therapy brings together such families of science as Research design and Program evaluation. His research investigates the link between Demography and topics such as Body mass index that cross with problems in Obesity. His Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Physical fitness and Socioeconomic status.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Intervention, Public health, Psychological intervention, Gerontology and Demography. His study in Intervention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Physical therapy and Medical education. His study looks at the intersection of Public health and topics like Obesity with Dietary behavior.
His Psychological intervention research incorporates elements of Actuarial science and Causal inference. The various areas that Russell Jago examines in his Gerontology study include Childhood obesity, Physical fitness, Socioeconomic status and Life course approach. The Demography study combines topics in areas such as Body mass index, Overweight, Longitudinal study and Sedentary time.
Russell Jago spends much of his time researching Public health, Peer review, Gerontology, Behavioural sciences and Clinical nutrition. He interconnects Longitudinal study, Multilevel model, Overweight and Life course approach in the investigation of issues within Public health. Russell Jago integrates several fields in his works, including Peer review, Non-communicable disease, License, Health promotion, Public relations and Attribution.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Global health, Physical fitness and Socioeconomic status. His Behavioural sciences investigation overlaps with other areas such as Sedentary time, Exercise physiology, National data, Body mass index and Demography. His research integrates issues of Odds, Generalizability theory, Childhood obesity and Meta-analysis, Random effects model in his study of Systematic review.
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World Health Organization 2020 guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour
Fiona C. Bull;Salih S. Al-Ansari;Stuart Biddle;Katja Borodulin.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2020)
BMI from 3–6 y of age is predicted by TV viewing and physical activity, not diet
RP Jago;T Baranowski;JC Baranowski;D Thompson.
International Journal of Obesity (2005)
Serious Video Games for Health: How Behavioral Science Guided the Development of a Serious Video Game
Debbe Thompson;Tom Baranowski;Richard Buday;Janice Baranowski.
Simulation & Gaming (2010)
Non-curricular approaches for increasing physical activity in youth: a review.
Russell Jago;Tom Baranowski.
Preventive Medicine (2004)
Effect of 4 weeks of Pilates on the body composition of young girls.
Russell Jago;Mariëlle L. Jonker;Mariam Missaghian;Tom Baranowski.
Preventive Medicine (2006)
Adolescent patterns of physical activity differences by gender, day, and time of day.
Russell Jago;Cheryl B. Anderson;Tom Baranowski;Kathy Watson.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2005)
Parent and child physical activity and sedentary time: do active parents foster active children?
Russell Jago;Kenneth R Fox;Angie S Page;Rowan Brockman.
BMC Public Health (2010)
Engaging parents to increase youth physical activity a systematic review.
Teresia M. O'Connor;Russell Jago;Tom Baranowski.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2009)
Obesity in children. Part 1: Epidemiology, measurement, risk factors, and screening
Ruth R Kipping;Russell Jago;Debbie A Lawlor.
Greenspace and children's physical activity: a GPS/GIS analysis of the PEACH project.
Benedict W. Wheeler;Ashley R. Cooper;Angie S. Page;Russell Jago.
Preventive Medicine (2010)
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