Active Play Social Network Change for Mexican-Heritage Children Participating in a Father-Focused Health Program
¿Qué Está Haciendo Papá? Mexican-Heritage Fathers' Physical Activity Networks After a Father-Focused Health Program
Maternal perceptions of physical activity spaces for children in Texas border colonias
*¿Qué pasa con papá?* Exploring paternal responsibilities and physical activity in Mexican-heritage families.
Will you play with me? Changes in frequency of active play with social network for Mexican-heritage children participating in a father-focused health program
The development and pilot testing of the ¡Haz Espacio para Papi! program physical activity curriculum for Mexican-heritage fathers and children
Active play network influences on physical activity among children living in south Texas colonias
Papás Activos: Associations between physical activity, sedentary behavior and personal networks among fathers living in Texas colonias
Associations between child play networks, sedentary time, and moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity in Mexican-heritage Colonias
Physical activity Space Methodology for Assessment and Prioritization (PASMAP): Combining systematic observations with community perceptions to identify community physical activity resource priorities
Health Coalition Collaboration Network, Perceived Satisfaction, and Success
Child play network influences on physical literacy in Mexican-heritage Colonias
Promotora partnerships in the creation of the ¡Haz Espacio para Papi! program to engage Mexican-heritage youth and fathers
Perceived physical activity barriers of Mexican-heritage sibling dyads
Perceived barriers of being physically active during the summer and school-year: How do siblings compare in Mexican-heritage families?
Using social network analysis in health coalitions and 5210 implementation