The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical therapy, Physical education, Developmental psychology, Overweight and Gerontology. By researching both Physical therapy and Injury prevention, Stuart J. Fairclough produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His work on Physical education is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Physical activity level.
His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Socioeconomic status and Competence. As a part of the same scientific study, Stuart J. Fairclough usually deals with the Overweight, concentrating on Waist and frequently concerns with Compositional data, Linear regression, Covariate, Underweight and Cardiorespiratory fitness. His Gerontology research includes themes of Sex factors, Physical exercise and Sports medicine.
Stuart J. Fairclough mainly investigates Physical therapy, Physical education, Developmental psychology, Cardiorespiratory fitness and Gerontology. His study in Physical therapy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Motor activity, Overweight, Randomized controlled trial and Waist. His research integrates issues of Physical activity level, Social psychology and Secondary education in his study of Physical education.
The various areas that Stuart J. Fairclough examines in his Developmental psychology study include Physical fitness and Competence. While the research belongs to areas of Cardiorespiratory fitness, Stuart J. Fairclough spends his time largely on the problem of Body mass index, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Obesity. As part of his studies on Gerontology, Stuart J. Fairclough often connects relevant areas like Walkability.
His primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Competence, Medical education, Focus group and Screen time. His work on Physical literacy as part of general Medical education research is frequently linked to Nothing and Thematic analysis, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Focus group research covers fields of interest such as Physical fitness and Promotion.
His research links Physical education with Physical fitness. His Physical education study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Computer-assisted web interviewing. He interconnects School based intervention and Physical therapy in the investigation of issues within Meta-analysis.
His main research concerns School based intervention, Physical therapy, Cardiorespiratory fitness, Developmental psychology and Cut-point. His School based intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cardiovascular health, Meta-analysis, Pooled analysis, Population level and Physical activity interventions. Stuart J. Fairclough does research in Physical therapy, focusing on Sports medicine specifically.
Along with Cut-point, other disciplines of study including Health indicator, Kappa, Metric, Obesity and Body mass index are integrated into his research.
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Physical activity levels of children during school playtime.
Nicola D Ridgers;Gareth Stratton;Stuart J Fairclough.
Sports Medicine (2006)
‘Physical education makes you fit and healthy’. Physical education's contribution to young people's physical activity levels
S Fairclough;G Stratton.
Health Education Research (2004)
Long-term effects of a playground markings and physical structures on children's recess physical activity levels.
Nicola D. Ridgers;Gareth Stratton;Stuart J. Fairclough;Jos W.R. Twisk;Jos W.R. Twisk.
Preventive Medicine (2007)
Assessing physical activity during recess using accelerometry.
Nicola D. Ridgers;Gareth Stratton;Stuart J. Fairclough.
Preventive Medicine (2005)
Physical Activity Levels in Middle and High School Physical Education: A Review
Stuart Fairclough;Gareth Stratton.
Pediatric Exercise Science (2005)
Children's physical activity levels during school recess: a quasi-experimental intervention study.
Nicola D Ridgers;Gareth Stratton;Stuart J Fairclough;Jos W R Twisk;Jos W R Twisk.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2007)
The Contribution of Secondary School Physical Education to Lifetime Physical Activity
Stuart Fairclough;Gareth Stratton;Graham Baldwin.
European Physical Education Review (2002)
A Review of Physical Activity Levels During Elementary School Physical Education
Stuart J. Fairclough;Gareth Stratton.
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (2006)
Wear compliance and activity in children wearing wrist and hip mounted accelerometers
Stuart J Fairclough;Robert Noonan;Alex V Rowlands;Vincent Van Hees.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2016)
Associations between children's socioeconomic status, weight status, and sex, with screen-based sedentary behaviours and sport participation
Stuart J. Fairclough;Lynne M. Boddy;Allan F. Hackett;Gareth Stratton.
Pediatric Obesity (2009)
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