Epidemiologic Methods in Physical Activity Studies
Edited by I-Min Lee
Table of Contents
1: Physical activity vs heart-attack: a modern epidemic- personal observations, Jerry Morris
Epidemiologic Methods, I-Min Lee, Ralph S. Paffenbarger, Jr.
2: Measurement of physical activity and inactivity in observational epidemiologic studies, Kelley K. Pettee, Kristi L. Storti, Barbara E. Ainsworth, and Andrea M. Kriska
3: Establishing validity and reliability of physical activity assessment instruments, David R. Bassett, Jr. and Eugene Fitzhugh
4: Current issues in examining dose-response relationships between physical activity and health outcomes, I-Min Lee
5: Individual responses to physical activity: the role of genetics, Tuomo Rankinen and Claude Bouchard
6: Design of present-day epidemiologic studies of physical activity and health, I-Min Lee and Ralph S. Paffenbarger, Jr.
7: Physical Activity Surveillance, Harold W. Kohl III and C. Dexter Kimsey, Jr.
Epidemiologic Data, Section Editor: JoAnn Manson
8: Physical activity, fitness, and delayed mortality, Michael J. LaMonte and Steven N. Blair
9: Physical activity and fitness and the prevention of cardiovascular disease, Shari S. Bassuk and JoAnn E. Manson
10: Physical activity and cancer: the evidence, the issues, and the challenges, Barbara Sternfeld and I-Min Lee
11: Physical activity, fitness and prevention of type 2 diabetes, Gang Hu, Timo A. Lakka, and Jaakko Tuomilehto
12: Physical activity and weight control, John M. Jakicic, Amy D. Otto, Kristen Polzien, and Kelliann Davis
13: Risk of acute cardiac events with physical activity, I-Min Lee and Jacob Sattelmair
14: Physical activity, fitness and musculoskeletal injury, Jennifer M. Hootman and Kenneth E. Powell
Promoting Physical Activity, Section Editor: Steven N. Blair
15: Evolution of physical activity recommendations, William L. Haskell
16: How can we increase physical activity levels?, Adrian Bauman and Philayrath Phongsavan