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Impact of online and offline network and support on depressive symptoms among a network of online gamers
Perceived physical activity competence spatial autocorrelation among adolescent friendship networks at a summer care program
Network clustering based on team sport participation for adolescents attending summer care programs
Offline social support and depressive symptoms as factors associated with online gaming friendships
Depressive symptoms associations with online and in person networks in an online gaming community: a pilot study
A social network analysis approach to group and individual perceptions of adolescent physical activity
Adolescent physical activity, self-efficacy, and friendships at summer care programs
I Play, You Play, We Play: Concurrent Play at PlayStreets
Promotora partnerships in the creation of the ¡Haz Espacio para Papi! program to engage Mexican-heritage youth and fathers
Social network analysis in child physical activity and sedentary behavior research: A systematic literature review
Come together, play, be active: Physical activity engagement of school-age children at Play Streets in four diverse rural communities in the US
I Play, You Play, We Play: Concurrent Play At Play Streets
Assessing physical activity in temporary spaces: Application of SOPARC / iSOPARC® for Play Streets
Transforming City Streets to Promote Physical Activity and Health Equity.
A social network approach to analyzing body dissatisfaction among sorority members using two network generators
Churches as physical activity resources: A descriptive assessment.
Perceived physical activity barriers of Mexican-heritage sibling dyads
Social Network Analysis in Child Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Research: A systematic literature review
Examining the implementation of Play Streets: A systematic review of the grey literature
Are fitness instructors feeling the burn(out)? An investigation of feelings of burnout and coping strategies among fitness instructors.
Modeling Feelings of Body Dissatisfaction within a Sorority Using Two Different Relationships
Is three times (at one) the charm? Comparing two SOPARC methodologies for use at Play Streets
Perceived barriers of being physically active during the summer and school-year: How do siblings compare in Mexican-heritage families?
SOPARC Results for Rural Play Streets
Using social network analysis in health coalitions and 5210 implementation