Professor Corneel Vandelanotte Psychology and Public Health / School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences

Professorial Research Fellow

- Doctor in Physical Education, Ghent University, Belgium, 2004 - Master in Physical Education, Ghent University, Belgium, 1999 - Bachelor in Physical Education, Ghent University, Belgium, 1997

Contact Details

Email: c.vandelanotte@cqu.edu.au

Phone: (07) 4923 2183 - Ext: 52183

Office Location

Room 1.34

Building 18

CQUniversity Rockhampton

About Me

Professor Corneel Vandelanotte leads the Physical Activity Research Group at the Central Queensland University (CQUni) and is Adjunct Professor at Curtin University and the University of Southern Queensland. Prof Vandelanotte’s research has a population-based approach to health behaviour change and is focused on the development and evaluation of computer-tailored and web-, app- and tracker-based physical activity interventions. Prof Vandelanotte is an author on 171 peer-reviewed publications (Scopus: 3820 citations, h-index = 31; Google Scholar: 6500 citations, h-index = 43). A recent bibliometric analysis (Muller et al, JMIR, 2018), shows that Prof Vandelanotte is the most published author worldwide and the 3rd most cited author worldwide in the area of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and diet related e- & mHealth research. The analysis also indicates he has contributed to the most highly-cited papers in this research area. Prof Vandelanotte has been awarded a total of $8.1 million of competitive research money either as principal or co-investigator. He has received two prestigious research fellowships from the National Heart Foundation of Australia (NHF) and the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC) and has been named on three NHMRC Project Grants and one ARC Discovery Project. He is leading the world renowned 10,000 Steps Australia program (Queensland Health Funded), which has attracted nearly 400,000 members and has over 100,000 app downloads. He is the Founding and Past Chair of the e- & mHealth Special Interest Group in the International Society of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity(ISBNPA) which now has over 500 members from more than 40 countries. Prof Vandelanotte also served a 3-year term on the Executive Committee of ISBNPA as a ‘Member-at-Large’. He has received several awards to recognise research excellence (e.g., Queensland Young Tall Poppy Science Award). His leadership skills have been demonstrated by successfully supervising his post-doctoral researchers to secure their own externally funded fellowships (3 x NHMRC, 1 x NHF). Since 2017 he holds the Leadership position of Academic Lead – External Funding and Engagementwithin the School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences at CQUni. (Updated: 27/02/2019).

Background

Prof Corneel Vandelanotte leads the Physical Activity Research Group at the Central Queensland University (CQUni) and is Adjunct Professor at Curtin University and the University of Southern Queensland. Prof Vandelanotte’s research has a population-based approach to health behaviour change and is focused on the development and evaluation of computer-tailored and web-, app- and tracker-based physical activity interventions. Prof Vandelanotte is an author on 171 peer-reviewed publications (Scopus: 3820 citations, h-index = 31; Google Scholar: 6500 citations, h-index = 43). A recent bibliometric analysis (Muller et al, JMIR, 2018), shows that Prof Vandelanotte is the most published author worldwide and the 3rd most cited author worldwide in the area of physical activity, sedentary behaviour and diet related e- & mHealth research. The analysis also indicates he has contributed to the most highly-cited papers in this research area. Prof Vandelanotte has been awarded a total of $8.1 million of competitive research money either as principal or co-investigator. He has received two prestigious research fellowships from the National Heart Foundation of Australia (NHF) and the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC) and has been named on three NHMRC Project Grants and one ARC Discovery Project. He is leading the world renowned 10,000 Steps Australia program (Queensland Health Funded), which has attracted nearly 400,000 members and has over 100,000 app downloads. He is the Founding and Past Chair of the e- & mHealth Special Interest Group in the International Society of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity(ISBNPA) which now has over 500 members from more than 40 countries. Prof Vandelanotte also served a 3-year term on the Executive Committee of ISBNPA as a ‘Member-at-Large’. He has received several awards to recognise research excellence (e.g., Queensland Young Tall Poppy Science Award). His leadership skills have been demonstrated by successfully supervising his post-doctoral researchers to secure their own externally funded fellowships (3 x NHMRC, 1 x NHF). Since 2017 he holds the Leadership position of Academic Lead – External Funding and Engagementwithin the School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences at CQUni. (Updated: 27/02/2019).

Universities Studied At

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

2000- 2004 Doctor in Physical Education

Faculty of Medicine, Department of Movement and Health Science

Ghent University, Belgium

1997 - 1999 Master in Physical Education

Faculty of Medicine, Department of Movement and Health Science

Ghent University, Belgium

1995 - 1997 Bachelor in Physical Education

Faculty of Medicine, Department of Movement and Health Science

Ghent University, Belgium

Universities Worked At

January 2016 to Present

Professor (Professorial Research Fellow)

School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences, Physical Activity Research Group, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia

August 2017 to Present

Academic Lead – Research Impact and Engagement

School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia

January 2016 to Present

Adjunct Professor

Curtin University


July 2015 to Present

Future Leader Fellow

National Heart Foundation Australia


January 2014 to December 2015

Associate Professor (Principal Research Fellow)

School of Human Health and Social Science, Physical Activity Research Group, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia

January 2011 to December 2013

Senior Research Fellow

Centre for Physical Activity Studies, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, AustraliaJanuary 2009 to December 2012

January 2009 to December 2012

NHMRC & NHF Post-doctoral Research Fellow

Centre for Physical Activity Studies, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia

April 2008 to November 2008

Principal Project Officer Eat Well Queensland

Nutrition and Physical Activity Team, Health Promotion Unit, Population Health Branch Queensland Health, Brisbane, Australia

July 2005 to April 2008

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

Cancer Prevention Research Centre, School of Population Health, the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

October 2004 to March 2005

Physical Activity Expert

Flemish Institute for Health Promotion, Brussels, Belgium

January 2000 to October 2004

PhD student

Physical Activity Team, Department of Movement and Health Science, Faculty of Medicine, Ghent University, Belgium

Awards
  • In 2019, I was awarded a High Impact Awardby the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour for this highly cited article: Vandelanotte C, et al. (2016). Past, present and future of e- & mHealth research to improve physical activity and dietary behaviors. J Nutr Edu Behavior, 48(3):219-228.
  • I was a Queens Baton Bearer for the 2018 Commonweatlh Gamesat the Gold Coast, I was selected based on my work for the 10,000 Steps project
  • In 2015 I was awarded a Future Leader Fellowshipby the National Heart Foundation of AustraliaThis four year fellowship (2015 – 2019) is valued at $640,000.
  • In 2014 I was elected as ‘Member-at-large’ on the Executive Committee of the International Society of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA). ISBNPA is the major scientific society in my field of research.
  • In 2014 I was appointed as ‘Principal’ for NHMRC Grants within the CQUniversity Grant & Fellowship Program
  • In 2013 I received the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Researcher– Mid Career, Central Queensland University. The award consisted of $5,000.
  • In 2012 I received the CQUniversity OPAL awardin the category ‘Engaged Research and Innovation’, through the nomination of the 10,000 Steps Australiaproject. (Authors: Mitch Duncan, Corneel Vandelanotte, Anetta Van Itallie, Kelly Corry, Cindy Hooker, Stephanie Hall and Luke Fallon).
  • In 2012 I received, as a co-author, the iMedicalApps Medicine 2.0 mHealth Research Award(presented at the Medicine 2.0 Congress in Boston, USA), for the presentation: Randomized Controlled Trial of a Diabetes Self-Management SmartPhone App for Patients with Type 1 Diabetes. (Authors: Ms Morwenna Kirwan, Dr Corneel Vandelanotte, Dr Mitch Duncan, Dr Andrew Fenning). The award consisted of $700 USD.
  • In 2011 I received a Queensland Young Tall Poppy Science Awardfrom the Australian Institute of Policy and Science for outstanding achievements in the area of scientific research and communication
  • In 2011 my research profile was published in ‘Australian Scientist– Global leaders, International Rising Stars’, a publication from the Australian Academy of Science.
  • In 2010 I was a finalist in the CQUniveristy OPAL Awardsin the category ‘Engaged Research and Innovation’, through the nomination of the ManUp Community-based intervention for men in Gladstone.
  • In 2009 I was awarded a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowshipby both the National Heart Foundation of Australiaand the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. This four year fellowship (2009 – 2013) was valued at $275,000
  • In 2005 I received the Australian Sports Medicine Federation Fellows Awardat the 13-16 October Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport in Melbourne for ‘Best Young Investigator – Health Promotion’. The award consisted of $2000.

Media Citations
  • Researcher over the moon about hearty research grant Published on 3 November 2014
  • Corneel's focus on getting our bodies towards pike health earns peak body role Published on 4 April 2014
  • Data will reveal impact of ManUp program on men's health
    Published on 31 January, 2013
  • Tech-savvy Aussies tune into health and fitness apps and websites
    Published on 24 January, 2013
  • CQUni student awarded prestigious scholarship
    Published on 08 January, 2013
  • Investment in research starting to pay off for CQUniversity
    Published on 06 December, 2012
  • CQUni staff and students recognised for furthering their communities 
    Published on 13 November, 2012
  • National grant backs CQUni's 'tailored video for physical activity' project
    Published on 25 October, 2012
  • CQUni joins worldwide movement, makes research easier to access
    Published on 25 October, 2012
  • Video killed the radio star but can it also give people a new lease on life?
    Published on 25 October, 2012
  • Last chance to join trial to test web intervention for better health
    Published on 02 July, 2012
  • Tapping web apps for better health: New study underway
    Published on 24 May, 2012
  • Smartphones may help us get our digits out to walk the talk
    Published on 01 May, 2012
  • CQUni researcher Corneel named as a Young Tall Poppy
    Published on 01 December, 2011
  • Can you download apps for better abs? 
    Published on 18 October, 2011
  • American-based researcher quick to remember Rocky's bull statues
    Published on 14 June, 2011
  • Tinkering with tailoring a healthy option
    Published on 16 May, 2011
  • Festively plump? Time to start making healthy changes
    Published on 25 January, 2011
  • OPAL Awards details
    Published on 22 November, 2010
  • Researcher helps check potential of health promotion via GP networks
    Published on 29 April, 2010
  • Video clips' potential for health evaluated
    Published on 29 April, 2010
  • Useful package of research story resources
    Published on 12 February, 2010
  • Belgian visitor talks the walk 
    Published on 24 November, 2009
  • Professional Memberships

    Corneel Vandelanotte is currently a member of the following organisations:
    • International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA)
    • International Society for Physical Activity and Health (ISPAH)
    • Sports Medicine Australia (SMA)

    Responsibilities
    • I lead the Physical Activity Research Group
    • I lead the 10,000 Steps Australia Project
    • I supervise 6 academic staff, 5 project staff and 4 Research Higher Degree Students
    Professional Interests
    • Investigating population health approaches to improving health behaviours (e.g., physical activity, sitting time, diet, sleep)
    • Investigating e- & mHealth-based approaches to improving health (e.g., websites, smartphone apps, computer-tailoring)
    • Improving health in different settings (e.g., online, workplaces, schools)
    • Improving health in special populations (e.g., cancer survivors, depressive symptoms, old age, adolescents, children)
    • Development, evaluation, implementation, adoption and dissemination of behaviour change interventions
    • Alternative uses of innovative information technology to deliver health behaviour change interventions.
    Key Achievements

    Go to the 'Research' tab to read about my research outcomes. 

    Book Chapters

    1. Vandelanotte C, Persaud N, Alley S, Horsley M (2014). Comparing personally-tailored video- and text-delivered web-based physical activity interventions – The medium and the message: An Eye-Tracking Study. In: Current Trends in Eye Tracking Research. Editors: M Horsley, M Eliot, Knight B. Reilly R. Springer International Publishing, Switerland, p245-365.

    2. Tague R, Maeder A, Vandelanotte C, Kolt G, Caperchione C, Rosenkranz R, Savage T, Van Itallie A (2014). Assessing user engagement in a health promotion website using social networking. In: Global Telehealth 2014 (Part of ‘Studies in Health Technology and Informatics’ series). Maeder A, Mars M, Scott R. IOS Press Books, Amsterdam, p84-92.

    Books

    Vandelanotte C, Wouters E (2006). Step by step guide for a physical activity policy at the workplace (Stapsgewijs naar een bewegingsbeleid op het werk). LannooCampus: Leuven. (D/2006/45/365 – ISBN 90 209 67231 – Nur 860/744). All inclusive: 205 pages.

    Theses
    • Vandelanotte C. (2004). The development and evaluation of a computerised and individualised intervention for increasing physical activity and decreasing fat intake. Faculty of Medicine, Department of Movement and Health Science, Ghent University, Belgium. (PhD thesis)
    • Vandelanotte C. (1999), Tracking of daily physical activity form adolescence to young adulthood - A 7 year follow-up study. Faculty of Medicine, Department of Movement and Health Science, Ghent University, Belgium. (Master Thesis)
    Published in: 2004
    Completed Supervisions

    Post-doctoral Researchers

    1. Dr Davies C: Cally was a post-doctoral fellow for one year prior to taking up a research position in Canada, during this time she published papers from available datasets during: 2011 – 2012.

    2. Dr Rebar A: Amanda is developing a cross-disciplinary research program that is centred on developing and evaluating physical activity interventions for people with a mental health issue. Guided by my supervision and coaching Amanda was the recipient of a NHMRC Post-doctoral Fellowship valued at $309,436): 2013 - ongoing.

    3. Dr Short C: Camille is developing a research program that is centred on developing and evaluating computer-tailored physical activity interventions. Guided by my supervision and coaching Camille was the recipient of a NHMRC Post-doctoral Fellowship valued at $309,436: Nov 2012 – Nov 2014.

    4. Dr Schoeppe S: Stephanie is developing a research program that is focussed on children’s physical activity. Guided by my supervision and coaching Stephanie was the recipient of a NHMRC and NHF Post-doctoral Fellowship valued at $318,000: 2015 – ongoing.

    5. Dr Alley S: Stephanie holds a 3 year post-doctoral position and conducts research in the area of web-based physical activity interventions. She will build track record in order to be competitive for an NHMRC Post-doctoral fellowship: 2015 – ongoing.

    6. Dr Kwasnika D: Dominika held an 18 month post-doctoral position funded by the Health CRN. 2015 – 2017.

    7. Dr Williams S: Sue is a Senior Lecturer and Public Health Nutritionist on a continuing position at CQUni. 2017 – Ongoing.

    8. Dr Khalesi S: Saman is a Lecturer and Public Health Nutritionist on a continuing position at CQUni. 2017 – Ongoing.

    PhD-students:

    1. Davies C: Internet delivered physical activity behaviour change interventions: Increasing website usage and improving behaviour change outcomes, CQUniversity, Associate Supervisor, completed in 2011.

    2. Parekh S: Promotion of a ‘prudent’ lifestyle: a factorial randomised trial, University of Queensland, Associate Supervisor, completed in 2011.

    3. Kirwan M: Development and evaluation of an iPhone application to enhance self-management in adolescents with Type-I diabetes, CQUniversity, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2012.

    4. Alley S: Testing innovative methods to improve the reach and effectiveness of web-based physical activity interventions. CQUniversity, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2016. Under my supervision Stephanie was the recipient of a NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship valued at $58,952.

    5. Simons D: Development and evaluation of a computer-tailored intervention to increase active transport in adolescents and young adults, Ghent University, Associate Supervisor, 2012 – ongoing.

    6. Carlsen P: Is it more than Just ‘Likes’ and Candy Crush? The Functional Effects of Facebook Compared to Internet Bulletin Boards as Support Systems for Individuals with Depressive Illness, CQUniversity, Associate Supervisor, 2012 – ongoing.

    7. Verhoeven H: Promotion of active transport (walking, cycling) in older adolescents, Ghent University, Associate Supervisor, 2014 – ongoing.

    Research Masters & Honours dissertations:

    1. Meyns K: Pre-testing a computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2001.

    2. Jongbloet E: Pre-testing a computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2001.

    3. Van Hyfte K: Pre-testing a computer-tailored intervention for decreasing fat intake. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2002.

    4. Van De Moortele S: Pre-testing a computer-tailored intervention for decreasing fat intake. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2002

    5. Callewaert N: Efficacy of a simultaneous computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity and decreasing fat intake. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2003.

    6. Bonamie G: Efficacy of a computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity using accelerometers. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2003

    7. Bogaert K: Efficacy of a computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity using accelerometers. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2003.

    8. Van Cleemput E: Efficacy of a computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2003.

    9. Vanbesien E: Impact of a computer-tailored fat intake intervention on psychosocial determinants. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2003.

    10. Decrop H: Impact of a computer-tailored fat intake intervention on psychosocial determinants. Masters by Research, Ghent University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2003

    11. Soetens K: Evaluating effectiveness and acceptance of different computer-tailored physical activity interventions: print vs. video, Masters by Research, Maastricht University, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2011.

    12. Ammann R: Acceptance and effectiveness of a video- and text-tailored physical activity intervention in younger and older Australian participants. Maastricht University, Masters by Research, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2011.

    13. Mills V: Evaluating satisfaction in Type I Diabetes patients participating in a self-management intervention using smart phone technology. CQUniversity, Masters by Research, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2015.

    14. Toms K: The effectiveness of the 10,000 Steps workplace challenge in increasing health outcomes for workers at the Rockhampton Regional Council. CQUniversity, Masters by Research, Associate Supervisor, 2012 – ongoing.

    15. Granger D: Are preferences for different formats of eHealth interventions driven by familiarity with the delivery platform? CQUniversity, Honours, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2014

    16. Hemmis L: Do people with depression symptoms have different needs/wants for physical activity interventions than people without depression symptoms? Maastricht University, Masters by Research, Associate Supervisor, completed in 2014.

    17. Dorst V: What components of wellbeing (depressive symptoms, psychological distress, physical or mental health-related quality of life) most strongly relate to low activity and poor sleep, Maastricht University, Masters by Research, Associate Supervisor, completed in 2014.

    18. Wellens P: Associations between social media usage physical activity, sitting time and BMI. Maastricht University, Masters by Research, Principal Supervisor, completed in 2015.

    19. Chapman J: Parents’ motivation of sun protection for their young children, CQUniversity, Honours, Associate Supervisor, completed in 2015

    Summer Scholarships:

    1. Herzig M: Application and implementation of website-delivered health behaviour change interventions through governmental and not for profit organisations (2006).

    2. Marcus D: Examining participant engagement in an information technology-based physical activity and nutrition intervention for men (2013).

    3. Tracey F: A Systematic Review of Physical Activity Applications for Smartphones (2013)

    4. Buzza G: A snapshot of the current use of Web 2.0 technologies in web based physical activity interventions (2013).

    Grants

    1. Vandelanotte C. Adaptation and feasibility testing of a web-based computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity, The University of Queensland, $11,942, 2006.

    2. Vandelanotte C. How do environmental attributes and perceptions moderate the effectiveness of a website-delivered computer-tailored physical activity intervention? The University of Queensland, $25,326, 2008.

    3. Mummery K., Simpson P., Duncan M, Vandelanotte C., Poulsen P., Tirimacco R., Tideman P., Keech W. Dissemination and process evaluation of an internet-based secondary prevention program for cardiac rehabilitation: the electronic Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation (eOCR) platform. Awarded by Department of Health and Aging, Australian Government. $218,538, 2009-2010.


    4. Mummery K., Viljoen J., Vandelanotte C., Caperchione C., Duncan M., Colt G., Maeder A., Karunanithi M., Sarela A., Noakes M. A comprehensive research project which demonstrates the effectiveness of strategies (including IT) to support lifestyle risk modification in men (aged 35-54) in relation to nutrition and physical activity in an urban or rural setting in Queensland. Awarded by Health Promotion Queensland, Queensland Health. $799,656, 2009-2013.


    5. Mummery KW, Kolt G, Maeder A, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Caperchione C. Investigation in the internal and external validity of Web 2.0 applications in promoting physical activity, National Health and Medical Research Council. $913,371, 2010-2013.


    6. Vandelanotte C. Population-based approaches to physical activity promotion: Improving the evidence for website-delivered interventions. Post-doctoral research fellowship awarded by the National Heart Foundation of Australia and the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, $288,774, 2009 – 2013.


    7. Vandelanotte C. A quantitative approach to inform and support the development of a video-tailored physical activity intervention. CQUni Population Research Grant Scheme, $15,000, 2010.


    8. Vandelanotte C, Mummery K. Development and Usability testing of a brief video-tailored physical activity intervention for delivery via the internet and mobile phones. CQUni Merit Grant Scheme. $29,950, 2010-2011.


    9. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M. CQUniveristy Research Infrastructure Block Grant Scheme (RIGB): research assistance support CPAS (Centre for Physical Activity Studies), $51,798, 2010.


    10. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M. CQUniveristy Research Infrastructure Block Grant Scheme (RIGB): research assistance support CPAS (Centre for Physical Activity Studies), $34,018, 2011.


    11. Happell B, Vandelanotte C. Internal university support for a two year Post-Doctoral Research fellow to work at the Institute for Health and Social Science (Centre for Physical Activity Studies), $180,000, 2013-2014.


    12. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Happell B. Web-based physical activity interventions for people with mental health conditions. RAAS Post-doctoral Research Award, CQUniveristy, $285,986, 2013-2016.


    13. Toms K, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Tyack Z. The effectiveness of the 10 000 steps workplace challenge in increasing health outcomes for sedentary workers at Rockhampton Regional Council. Health Practitioners Research Grant, Queensland Health, $15,000, 2012.


    14. Vandelanotte C, Plotnikoff R, Duncan J M, Mummery W K. My Personal Activity Advice – A RCT investigating the effectiveness of tailored videos in promoting physical activity via the internet. National Health and Medical Research Council. $697,086, 2013-2016.


    15. Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Happell B, Stanton R. Development of a Mobile Comprehensive Health Assessment Toolkit (M-Chat). CQUniveristy Research Infrastructire Grant Scheme, $17,500, 2012-2013.


    16. Gilson ND, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Wright O, Pavey T, Trost S and Brown WJ. The Shifting Gears Project – Active Living and Healthy Eating in Queensland Truck Drivers. The Department of Justice and Attorney-General (Queensland Government): $120,000, 2013-2015


    17. Short C, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M. Self-efficacy for multiple health behavior change for adults residing in Queensland Australia. CQUni Population Research Grant Scheme, $15,000, 2013. 18. Short C, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ. Social Medica isa and health information seeking behaviours. CQUni Population Research Grant Scheme, $15,000, 2013.

    18. Short C, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ. Social Medica isa and health information seeking behaviours. CQUniversity Population Research Grant Scheme, $15,000, 2013.

    19. Rebar A, Vandelanotte C, Burton N, Duncan M, Short C. A healthy mind in a healthy body: A two-group randomised trial evaluating web-based physical activity interventions to improve mental and physical health in people with depression – A pilot study. Health Collaborative Research Network (Health CRN) Merit Grant, $14,790, 2013.


    20. Parekh S, Vandelanotte C et al. Assessing riks behaviours and chronic co-morbidities in adults with traumatic brain injury. Griffith Health Institute, Griffith University, $8,500 2013.


    21. Maher C, Vandelanotte C, Olds T. What is the efficacy of an online social networking intervention, delivered via Facebook aimed at increasing physical activity – NHMRC Project Grant. Application Development Grant, University of South Australia, $5,000, 2014.


    22. Duncan, MJ. Vandelanotte C, Short C, Rebar A, Rogers N, Brown, W. Efficacy of a web-and smartphone based intervention to reduce multiple behavioural risk factors of chronic disease: the Balance project. Queensland Centre for Social Science Innovation, $70,000, 2013-2014.

    23. Rebar A, Short S, Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C. “But I don’t have time to exercise!” An Investigation of Physical Activity Time Utility. CQUni Population Research Grant Scheme, $16,500, 2014.24. Sanders K, Scott D, Vandelanotte C. Using technology to improve bone health in older people: A pilot and focus groups study. The Western Region Aged Care Inc, Melbourne. $14,790, 2014-2015.

    24. Sanders K, Scott D, Vandelanotte C. Using technology to improve bone health in older people: A pilot and focus groups study. The Western Region Aged Care Inc, Melbourne. $14,790, 2014-2015.

    25. Alley S, Jennings C, Duncan M, Schoeppe S, Gurtler D, Vandelanotte C. Attitudes, intentions, preferences and use of physical activity monitors. CQUni Population Research Grant Scheme, $16,500, 2014.

    26. Saluja S, Williams S, Ames K, Lawson C, Vandelanotte C. Examining health literacy, chronic disease, and use of mass media and social media communication in Australia. CQUni Fostering Collaborative Research Projects Scheme, $12,500, 2014.

    27.Maher C, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C, Olds T, Thomas S, Nelson-Field K, De Bourdeaudhuij I. Active Team – Examining an online social networking intervention to increase physical activity in controlled (RCT) and ecological (ET) settings. National Health and Medical Research Council. $780,673, 2015-2019.

    28.Duncan MJ, Trost S, Rodgers N, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Brown W, Reducing CVD risk by moving more and improving sleep: the Balance study. The National Heart Foundation. $75,000, 2015-2016.

    29.Vandelanotte C. Developing and evaluating innovative web- and smartphone-based physical activity interventions to improve cardiovascular health in general and specific populations. Future Leader Fellowship awarded by the National Heart Foundation of Australia, $640,000, 2015-2019

    30. Paterson J, Ferugson S, Vandelanotte C, Brotherton M, Duncan M. The YAWN project: developing and evaluating a web- and app-based fatigue intervention for young employees. SafeWork South Australia, $98,976, 2015-2016.

    31. Vandelanotte C. Department of Health, Queensland Government Service Agreement with Central Queensland University for 10,000 Steps. $840,000 July 2016 – June 2019.

    32. Hagger M, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Sonj H. Joint funded Health Collaborative Research Network (Health CRN) post-doctoral research fellow to foster collaboration between Curtin University and CQUniversity, $200,184, 2015-2017.

    33. Alley S, van Uffelen J, Schoeppe S, Schnieders A, Vandelanotte C. Active Ageing: Increasing physical activity in older adults using an innovative personally-tailored and web-based intervention. $36,021, 2016-2018.

    34. Alley S, Schoeppe S, Rebar A, Hayman M, Vandelanotte C. Age-related differences in physical activity implementation intentions. CQUniversity Population Research Grant Scheme, $19,500, 2016.

    35. Doran C, Kinchin I, Vandelanotte C, Cormie P, Jeffrey D. Exploring the benefits of exercise for Australians living in residential aged care. ‘Engaged Research Grant’ SHHSS, CQUniversity, $8,000, 2016

    36. Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C, Williams S, Salmon J. Step it up! A family-based web and app intervention to increase physical activity in children. Staff Start-up Grant, CQUniversity, $14,960, 2016.

    37. Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Schoeppe S, Alley S. Hayman M. Physical activity measurement equipment and support. CQUniversity Research Infrastructure Block Grant, $74,214, 2016.

    38. Hayman M, Vandelanotte C, McAllister M, Short C, Brown W. Fit4Two: a tailored eHealth physical activity intervention for pregnant women integrated into clinical practice – a randomized controlled trial. Staff Start-up Grant, CQuniversity, $14,987

    39. Duncan MJ, Glozier N, Plotnikoff R, Stamatakis E, Kolt G, Holliday E, McEvoy M, Hensley M, Collins C, Morgan P, Vandelanotte C, Brown W. Improving understanding of sleep, physical activity and diet risk factors: combining evidence from epidemiological and intervention studies. New South Whales Cardiovascular Research Network, Collaborative Project Grant. The National Heart Foundation of Australia, $190,609, 2017-2018.

    40. Duncan MJ, Plotnikoff R, Collins C, Morgan P, Vandelanotte C, Brown W. Sleep, Move & Eat: An RCT testing novel strategies to improve the efficacy of behavioural weight loss interventions. Diabetes Australia, $59,808, 2017.

    41. Williams SL, Ames K, Lawson C, Saluja S, Vandelanotte C. Video-based story telling for online diabetes risk assessment. CQUniversity Merit grant, $32,052 (final amount to be confirmed), 2017-2018.42.. Kitchin I, Doran C, Jeffery D, Cormie P, Vandelanotte C. An exercise intervention for Australians living in residential aged care. CQUniversity Merit grant, $39,653, 2017-2018.

    42. Kitchin I, Doran C, Jeffery D, Cormie P, Vandelanotte C. An exercise intervention for Australians living in residential aged care. CQUniversity Merit grant, $39,653, 2017-2018.

    43. Khalesi S, Williams S, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Dwyer T, Heidke P. Psychological distress in nursing students: roles of modifiable lifestyles behaviors. Staff Start-up Grant, CQuniversity, $14,795, 2017-2018.

    44. Khalesi S, Williams S, Vandelanotte C, Dawson D. Knowledge and attitudes of gut health, probiotics and prebiotics in Australian adults. CQUniversity Population Research Grant Scheme, $19,500, 2017.

    45. Short C, Galvao D, Vandelanotte C, Forbes C, Roger Brook N, Newton R, Chambers S, Wittert G. Delivering personalized and evidence-based exercise support to men with metastatic prostate cancer via the internet – A pilot RCT examining intervention impact on behavior change and quality of life. ANZUP Below the Belt Research Fund. $47,885, 2017-2019.

    46. Dwyer T, Flenady T, Signal T, Kinnear S, Maguire B, Reid-Searl K, Vandelanotte C. Research Ready Grant Program. Central Queensland Hospital and Health Services, $363,300, 2018-2021.

    47. Hayman M, Campbell C, Alley S, Vincze L, Vandelanotte C. Fit4Two: a tailored eHealth nutrition and physical activity intervention for pregnant women integrated into clinical practice – a randomised controlled trial. Emerald Super Health Clinic and CQUniversity Industry Seed Grant $30,000, 2017-2018.

    48. Vandelanotte C. National Health and Medical Research Council Equipment Grant (GNT9000500).$5,682, 2018.

    49. Ferguson S, Vincent G, Jay S, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Tucker P. Sleepy and sitting: a dual curse for the modern workforce? Australian Research Council, $626,825, 2019-2022.

    50. Zupan B, Vandelanotte C, Stanton R. Does physical activity improve social cognition for people with traumatic brain injury? DVC-R Research Initiative, CQUni, $20,000,2019-2020.

    Published in: 2012
    Refereed Articles

    2002

    1. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Sallis J, Vandelanotte C (2002). Tracking and explanation of physical activity in young adults over a 7-year period. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sports, 73 (4): 376-385.

    2. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J., Vandelanotte C, Van Oost P (2002). Differences in impact between a family- versus an individual-based tailored intervention to reduce fat intake. Health Education Research, 17(4): 435-449.

    2003

    3. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2003). Acceptability and feasibility of a computer-tailored physical activity intervention using stages of change project faith. Health Education Research, 18 (3): 304-317.

    2004

    4. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J (2004). Acceptability and feasibility of an interactive computer-tailored fat intake intervention in Belgium. Health Promotion International, 19 (4): 463-470.

    5. Vandelanotte C, Matthys C, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2004). Reliability and validity of a computerised questionnaire to measure fat intake in Belgium. Nutrition Research, 24: 621-631.

    2005

    6. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Sallis J, Philippaerts R, Sjöström M (2005). Reliability and validity of a computerised and Dutch version of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ). Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2: 63-75.

    7. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Sallis J, Spittaels H, Brug J (2005). Efficacy of sequential or simultaneous interactive computer-tailored interventions for increasing physical activity and decreasing fat intake. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 29 (2):138-146.

    2007

    8. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Stevens V., Vandelanotte C, Brug J (2007). Evaluation of an interactive computer-tailored nutrition intervention in a real-life setting. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 33 (1):39-48.

    9. Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2007). Evaluation of a website-delivered computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity in the general population. Preventive Medicine, 44: 207-217.

    10. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J (2007). Two year follow-up of sequential and simultaneous interactive computer-tailored interventions for increasing physical activity and decreasing fat intake. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 33 (2):213-219.

    11. Eakin EG, Lawler SP, Vandelanotte C, Owen N. (2007). Telephone interventions for physical activity and dietary behaviour change: A systematic review. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 32(5):419-434.

    12. Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J, Vandelanotte C (2007). Effectiveness of an online computer-tailored physical activity intervention in a real-life setting. Health Education Research, 22(3):385-396.

    13. Vandelanotte C, Spathonis K, Eakin E, Owen N (2007). Website-delivered physical activity interventions: A review of the literature. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 33(1):54-64.

    14. Haerens L, Deforche B, Vandelanotte C, Meas L, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2007). Acceptability, feasibility and effectiveness of a computer-tailored physical activity intervention in adolescents. Patient Education and Counselling, 66(3):303-310.

    15. Haerens L, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Deforche B, Brug J, Maes L, Vandelanotte C (2007) A computer-tailored dietary fat intake intervention for adolescents: Results of a randomized controlled trial. Annals of Behavioural Medicine, 34(3):253-262.

    2008

    16. Vandelanotte C, Reeves M. Brug J, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2008). A randomized trial of sequential and simultaneous multiple behaviour change interventions for physical activity and fat intake. Preventive Medicine, 46(3):232-237.

    17. Cerin E, Vandelanotte C, Leslie E, Mernom D (2008). Recreational facilities and leisure-time physical activity: An analysis of moderators and self-efficacy as a mediator. Health Psychology, 27(2): S126-S135.

    18. Vandelanotte C, Sugiyama T, Gardiner P, Owen N (2009). Associations of leisure-time internet and computer use with overweight and obesity, physical activity and sedentary behaviours: Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 11(3):e28.

    2010

    19. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Caperchione C, Hanley C, Mummery WK (2010). Physical activity trends in Queensland (2002-2008): are women becoming more active than men? Australia and New-Zealand Journal of Public Health, 34 (3):248-254.

    20. Vandelanotte C, Dwyer T, Van Itallie A, Hanley C, Mummery K (2010). The development of an internet-based outpatient cardiac rehabilitation intervention: A Delphi Study. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders,10:27.

    2011

    21. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Hanley C, Mummery WK (2011). Identifying population subgroups at risk for underestimating weight health risks and overestimating physical activity health benefits. Journal of Health Psychology, 16(5):760-769.

    22. Vandelanotte C, Mummery WK (2011). Qualitative and quantitative research into the development and feasibility of a video-tailored physical activity intervention. International Journal for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 8:70.

    2012

    23. Davies C, Corry K, Van Itallie A, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione C, Mummery WK (2012). Prospective associations between intervention components and website engagement in a publicly available physical activity website: The case of 10,000 Steps Australia. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 14(1):e4.

    24. George E, Kolt G, Duncan M, Caperchione C, Mummery K, Vandelanotte C, Tailor P, Noakes M (2012). A review of the effectiveness of physical activity interventions for adult males. Sport Medicine, 42(4):281-300.

    25. De Cocker K, Spittaels H, Cardon G, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2012). Web-based, computer-tailored pedometer-based physical activity advice: development, dissemination through general practice, acceptability and preliminary efficacy in a randomised controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 14(2):e53.

    26. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Plotnikoff R, Mummery K (2012). Do participants’ preferences for mode of delivery (text, video or both) influence the effectiveness of web-based physical activity intervention? Journal of Medical Internet Research, 14(1):e37.

    27. Parekh S, Vandelanotte C, King D, Boyle F (2012). Design and baseline characteristics of the 10 small steps study: a randomised controlled trial of an intervention to promote healthy behaviour using a lifestyle score and personalised feedback. BMC Public Health, 12:197.

    28. Kirwan M, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Mummery K (2012). Using smartphone technology to monitor physical activity in the 10,000 Steps Program: A matched case control trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 14(2):e55.

    29. Davies C, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Hall S, Corry K, Hooker C (2012). Exploring the feasibility of implementing a pedometer based physical activity program in primary school settings: A case study of 10,000 Steps. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 23 (2), 141-4.

    30. Caperchione C, Vandelanotte C, Kolt G, Duncan M, Ellison M, George E, Mummery K (2012). What a man wants: Understanding the challenges and motivations to physical activity participation and healthy eating in middle-aged Australian Men. American Journal of Men’s Health, 6 (6), 453-461.

    31. Davies C, Spence J, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione C, Mummery K (2012). Meta-analysis of Internet-delivered interventions to increase physical activity. International Journal for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 9:52.

    32. Davies C, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, van Uffelen J (2012). Associations of physical activity, screen time on health related quality of life in adults. Preventive Medicine, 55, 46-49.

    33. Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Rosenkranz R, Caperchione C, Ding H, Ellison M, George E, Hooker C, Karunanithi M, Kolt G, Maeder A, Noakes M, Tague R, Taylor P, Viljoen P, Mummery K (2012). Effectiveness of a website and mobile phone based physical activity and nutrition intervention for middle-aged males: Trial protocol and baseline findings of the ManUp Study. BMC Public Health, 12:656.

    34. Parekh S, Vandelanotte C, King D, Boyle F (2012). Improving diet, physical activity and other lifestyle behaviours using computer-tailored advice in general practice: a randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 9:108.

    35. Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione C, Hanley C, Mummery WK (2012). Temporal trends in and relationships between screen time, physical activity, overweight and obesity. BMC Public Health, 12:1060.

    2013

    36. Vandelanotte C, Caperchione C, Ellison M, George E, Maeder A, Kolt G, Duncan M, Karunanithi M, Noakes M, Hooker C, Viljoen P, Mummery K (2013). What kind of website and mobile phone delivered physical activity and nutrition interventions do middle-aged men want? Journal of Health Communication,18:1070-1083.

    37. Kirwan M, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Mummery K (2013). Design, development and formative evaluation of a smartphone application for recording and monitoring physical activity levels: the 10,000 Steps ‘iStepLog’." Health Education & Behavior, 40 (2): 140-151.

    38. Ammann R, Vandelanotte C, de Vries H, Mummery K (2013). Can a website-delivered computer-tailored physical activity intervention be acceptable, usable and effective for older people? Health Education and Behaviour, 40(2), 160-170.

    39. Clark R, Tideman P, Tirimacco R, Wanguhu K, Poulsen V, Simpson P, Duncan M, Van Itallie A, Corry K, Vandelanotte C, Mummery K (2013). A pilot study of the feasibility of an internet-based electronic outpatient cardiac rehabilitation (eOCR) program in rural primary care. Heart, Lung and Circulation, 22 (5), 352-359.

    40. Taylor PJ, Kolt GS, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione CM, Mummery WK, George E, Karunanithi M, Noakes MJ (2013). A review of the nature and effectiveness of nutrition interventions in adult males – A guide for intervention strategies. International Journal for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 10:13.

    41. Di Milia L, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M (2013). The associations between short sleep and obesity after controlling for demographic, lifestyle, work and health related factors. Sleep Medicine, 14:319-323.

    42. Duncan MJ, Rashid M, Vandelanotte C, Cutimisu N, Plotnikoff R (2013). Development and reliability testing of a self-report instrument to measure the office layout as a correlate of occupational sitting. International Journal for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 10:16.

    43. Simons D, Clarys P, De Bourdeaudhuij I, de Geus B, Vandelanotte C, Deforche B (2013). Factors influencing mode of transport in older adolescents: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 13:323.

    44. Vandelanotte C (2013). Are simultaneously delivered health behavior change interventions the way of the future? A comment on King et al. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 46(2): 133-134.

    45. Kolt G, Rosenkranz R, Savage T, Maeder A, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Caperchione C, Tague R, Hooker C, Mummery WK (2013). WALK 2.0 - Using Web 2.0 applications to promote health-related physical activity: A randomised controlled trial protocol. BMC Public Health, 13:436.

    46. Kirwan M, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Fenning A (2013). Diabetes self-management smartphone application for adults with type 1 diabetes: Randomised controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 15(11): e235.

    47. Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Short C, Rockloff M, Ronan K, Happell B, Di Milia L (2013). Associations between occupational indicators and total, work-based and leisure-time sitting: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 13:1110.

    2014

    48. Stanton R, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ (2014). Interdevice baseline signal magnitude variability of the ActivPAL3 activity monitor. Gait and Posture 39:618-620.

    49. Short C, Vandelanotte C, Dixon M, Rosenkranz R, Caperchione C, Hooker C, Karunanithi M, Kolt G, Maeder A, Ding H, Taylor P, Duncan M (2014). Examining participant engagement in an information technology-based physical activity and nutrition intervention for men: The ManUp randomised controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research – Research Protocols, 3(1):e2.

    50. Schulz DN, Kremers SPJ, Vandelanotte C, van Adrichem M, Schneider F, Candel M, de Vries H (2014). Effects of a web-based tailored multiple lifestyle intervention for adults: A two-year randomized controlled trial for comparing sequential and simultaneous delivery modes. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16(1): e26.

    51. Maher C, Lewis L, Ferrar K, Marshall S, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2014). Are health behaviour change interventions that use online social networks effective? A systematic review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16(2): e40.

    52. Alley S, Jennings C, Persaud NJ, Horsley M, Plotnikoff RC, Vandelanotte C (2014). Do personally-tailored videos in a web-based physical activity intervention lead to higher attention and recall? – An eye-tracking study. Frontiers in Public Health, 2:13.

    53. Jennings C, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione CM, Mummery WK (2014). Effectiveness of a web-based physical activity intervention for adults with Type 2 diabetes – A randomized controlled trial. Preventive Medicine, 60: 33-40.

    54. Short C, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ (2014). Individual characteristics associated with physical activity intervention delivery mode preferences among adults. International Journal for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 11:25.

    55. Duncan MJ, Kline CE, Vandelanotte C, Sargent C, Rogers NL, Di Milia L (2014). Cross-sectional associations between multiple lifestyle behaviors and health-related quality of life in the 10,000 Steps Cohort. PLOS ONE, 9(4): e94184.

    56. Parekh S, King D, Boyle FM, Vandelanotte C (2014). Randomized controlled trial of a computer-tailored multiple health behaviour intervention in general practice: 12-month follow-up results. International Journal for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 11:41.

    57. Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Kolt GS, Rosenkranz RR, Caperchione C, George E, Ding H, Karunanithi M, Maeder AJ, Noakes M, Tague R, Taylor P, Viljoen P, Mummery WK (2014). Examining the effectiveness of a web- and mobile phone-based intervention to promote physical activity and healthy eating in middle-aged males: randomised controlled trial of the ManUp Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16(5):e136.

    58. Alley S, Jenning C, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C (2014). My Activity Coach – Using video-coaching to assist a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention: A randomised controlled trial protocol. BMC Public Health,14:738.

    59. De Cocker K, Duncan MJ, Short C, van Uffelen J, Vandelanotte C (2014). Understanding occupational sitting: patterns, correlates and moderating effects in Australian employees. Preventive Medicine, 67:288-294.

    60. Stanton R, Guertler D, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C (2014). Validation of a pouch-mounted ActivPAL3 accelerometer. Gait and Posture, 40:688-693.

    61. Simons D, Clarys P, De Bourdeaudhuij I, de Geus B, Vandelanotte C, Deforche B (2014). Why do young adults choose different transport modes: A focus group study. Transport Policy, 36:151-159.

    62. Vandelanotte C, Kirwan M, Rebar A, Alley S, Short C, Fallon L, Buzza G, Schoeppe S, Maher C, Duncan MJ (2014). Examining the use of evidence-based and social media supported tools in freely accessible physical activity intervention websites. International Journal for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 11:105.

    63. Short C, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Duncan M (2014). A comparison of correlates associated with adult physical activity behaviour in major cities and regional settings. Health Psychology, 33(11):1319-1327.

    64. Rebar A, Vandelanotte C, van Uffelen J, Short C, Duncan MJ (2014). Associations of overall sitting time and sitting time in different contexts with depression, anxiety and stress symptoms. Mental Health and Physical Activity, 7:105-110.

    65. Short CE, James EL, Vandelanotte C, Courneya KS, Duncan MJ, Rebar A, Plotnikoff RC (2014). Correlates of resistance-training in post-treatment breast cancer survivors. Supportive Care in Cancer, 22:2757-2766.

    66. Duncan MJ, Gilson N, Vandelanotte C (2014). Which population groups are most unaware of CVD risks associated with sitting time? Preventive Medicine, 65:103-108.

    67. Caperchione C, Kolt G, Savage T, Rosenkranz R, Maeder A, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Van Itallie A, Tague R, Mummery WK (2014). WALK 2.0 Examining the effectiveness of Web 2.0 features to increase physical activity in a real world setting: An ecological trial protocol. BMJ Open, 4: e006374.

    68. Rebar A, Duncan M, Short C, Vandelanotte C (2014). Differences in health-related quality of life between three clusters of physical activity, sitting time, depression, anxiety and stress. BMC Public Health, 14:1088.

    69. Soetens K, Vandelanotte C, de Vries H, Mummery K (2014). Using online computer-tailoring to promote physical activity: a randomized trial of text, video and combined intervention delivery-modes. Journal of Health Communication, 19:1377-1392.

    2015

    70. Compernolle S, Vandelanotte C, Cardon G, De Bourdeaudhuij I, De Cocker K (2015). Effectivness of a web-based, computer-tailored pedometer-based physical activity intervention for adults: a cluster-randomised controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 17(2):e38.

    71. Short CE, Rebar AL, Plotnikoff RC, Vandelanotte C (2015). Designing engaging online behaviour change interventions: a proposed model of user engagement. The European Health Psychologist, 17(1):32-38.

    72. Rodgers WM, Selzler A, Vandelanotte C, Stickland MK (2015). Adapting to the medium and the message: Willingness and confidence of COPD patients to use electronic devices for health information management. The European Health Psychologist, 17(1):18-24.

    73. Guertler D, Vandelanotte C, Short C, Bland S, Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ (2015) . The association between physical activity, sitting time, sleep duration and sleep quality as correlates of presenteeism. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 57(3):321-328.

    74. Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Short C, Di Milia L, Ronan K, Happell B, Rockloff M (2015). How do different occupational factors influence total, occupational and leisure-time physical activity? Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 12(2):200-207.

    75. Dickfos M, King D, Parekh S, Boyle F, Vandelanotte C (2015). General Practitioners’ perceptions of and involvement in health behaviour change - can computer-tailored interventions help? Primary Health Care Research and Development, 16(3):316-321.

    76. Maher C, Ferguson M, Vandelanotte C, Plotnikoff R, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Thomas S, Nelson-Field K, Olds T (2015). A web-based social networking physical activity intervention for inactive adults delivered via a facebook application: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 17(7): e174.

    77. Guertler D, Vandelanotte C, Kirwan M, Duncan MJ (2015). Engagement and non-usage attrition with a free physical activity promotion program: The case of 10,000 Steps Australia. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 17(7):e176.

    78. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Badland HM, Alley S, Williams S, Rebar A, Vandelanotte C (2015). Socio-demographic factors and neighbourhood social cohesion influence adults' willingness to grant children greater independent mobility: A cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 15:690.

    79. Short C, Rebar A, Vandelanotte C (2015). Do personalised e-mail invitations increase the response rates of breast cancer survivors invited to participate in a web-based behaviour change intervention? A quasi-randomised 2-arm controlled trail. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 15:66.

    80. De Cocker K, Charlier C, Van Hoof E, Pauwels E, Lechner L, Bourgois J, Spittaels H, Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2015). Development and usability of a computer-tailored pedometer-based physical activity advice for breast cancer survivors. European Journal of Cancer Care, 24:673-682.

    81. Rebar A, Stanton R, Geard D, Short C, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C (2015). A meta-meta-analysis of the effect of physical activity on depression and anxiety in non-clinical adult populations. Health Psychology Review, 9(3): 366-378 (IF= 6.7).

    82. Duncan MJ, Short C, Rashid M, Cutumisu N, Vandelanotte C, Plotnikoff RC (2015). Identifying correlates of breaks in occupational sitting: a cross-sectional study. Building Research & Information, 43(5): 646-658.

    83. Hemmis L, de Vries H, Vandelanotte C, Short C, Duncan M, Burton N, Rebar A (2015). Depressive symptoms associated with psychological correlates of physical activity and perceived helpfulness of intervention features. Mental Health & Physical Activity, 9:16-23.

    84. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Cardon G, Vandelanotte C (2015). Theory-driven, web-based, computer-tailored advice to reduce and interrupt sitting at work: development, feasibility and acceptability testing among employees. BMC Public Health, 15:959.

    85. Vandelanotte C, Stanton R, Rebar AL, Van Itallie AK, Caperchione CM, Duncan MJ, Savage T, Rosenkranz RR, Kolt GS (2015). Physical activity screening to recruit inactive randomised controlled trial participants: How much is too much? Trials, 16:446.

    86. Vandelanotte C, Short C, Plotnikoff R, Hooker C, Canoy, D, Rebar A, Alley S, Schoeppe S, Mummery WK, Duncan MJ (2015). TaylorActive - Examining the effectiveness of web-based personally-tailored videos to increase physical activity: a randomised controlled trial protocol. BMC Public Health, 15:1020.

    87. Vandelanotte C, Maher C (2015). Why we need more than just randomized controlled trials to establish the effectiveness of online social networks for health behavior change. American Journal of Health Promotion, 30(2):74-76.

    88. Barnett A, Cerin E, Vandelanotte C, Matsumoto A, Jenkins D (2015). Validity of treadmill- and track-based individual calibration methods for estimating free-living walking speed and VO2 using the Actigraph accelerometer. BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation, 7:29.

    89. Rosenkranz R, Duncan MJ, Caperchione C, Kolt GS, Vandelanotte C, Maeder AJ, Savage TN, Mummery WK (2015). Validity of the stages of change in steps instrument (SoC-Step) for achieving the physical activity goal of 10,000 steps per day. BMC Public Health, 15:1197.

    2016

    90. Caperchione CM, Duncan MJ, Rosenkranz RR, Vandelanotte C, Van Itallie AK, Savage TN, Hooker C, Maeder AJ, Mummery WK, Kolt GS (2016). Recruitment, screening, and baseline participant characteristics in the WALK 2.0 Study: A randomized controlled trial using web 2.0 applications to promote physical activity. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications, 2: 25-33.

    91. Verhoeven H, Simons D, Van Dyck D, Van Cauwenberg J, Clarys P, De Bourdeaudhuij I, de Geus B, Vandelanotte C, Deforche B (2016). Psychosocial and environmental correlates of walking, cycling, public transport and passive transport to various destinations in Flemish older adolescents. Plos ONE, 11(1): e0147128.

    92. Short CE, Hayman M, De Cocker K, Rebar A, Gunn KM, Duncan MJ, Turnbull D, Dollman J, van Uffelen J, Vandelanotte C (2016). Who is receiving physical activity recommendations from general practitioners in Australia and what kind of advice are they provided? Results from a National Survey. Australian New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 40(1): 83-90.

    93. Gilson N, Pavey T, Gomersall S, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Wright O, Trost S, Brown W (2016) Shifting gears: Chronic disease risks and use of a smartphone activity tracking application during a physical activity and dietary intervention in Australian truck drivers. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 40(1):91-93.

    94. Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Short CE, Alley S, Van Lippenvelde W, Vandelanotte C (2016). How is adults' screen time behaviour influencing their views on screen time restrictions for children? A cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 16:201.

    95. Vandelanotte C, Müller AM, Short C, Hingle M, Nathan N, Williams SL, Lopez ML, Parekh S, Maher CA (2016). Past, present and future of e- & mHealth research to improve physical activity and dietary behaviors. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 48(3):219-228.

    96. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Cardon G, Vandelanotte C (2016). The effectiveness of a web-based computer-tailored intervention on workplace sitting: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(5):e96.

    97. Caperchione C, Duncan M, Kolt G, Vandelanotte C, Rosenkranz R, Maeder A, Mummery WK, Noakes M, Karunanithi M (2016). Examining an Australian physical activity and nutrition intervention using RE-AIM. Health Promotion International, 31:450-458.

    98. Alley S, Jennings C, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C (2016). An evaluation of web- and print-based methods to attract people to a physical activity intervention. Journal of Medical Internet Research – Research Protocols, 5(2): e94.

    99. James EL, Freund A, Booth A, Duncan MJ, Johnson N, Short CE, Wolfenden L, Stacey FG, Kay-Lambkin F, Vandelanotte C (2016). Comparative efficacy of simultaneous versus sequential multiple health behavior change interventions among adults: a systematic review of randomized trials. Preventive Medicine, 89:211-223.

    100. Schoeppe S, Duncan MJ, Badland HM, Rebar A, Vandelanotte C (2016). Too far from home? Adult attitudes on children’s independent mobility range. Children’s Geographies, 14(4):482-489.

    101. Duncan MJ, Kline CE, Rebar AL, Vandelanotte C, Short CE (2016). Greater bed- and wake-time variability are associated with less healthy lifestyle behaviors: a cross-sectional study. Journal of Public Health, 24(1):31-40.102. Stanton R, Guertler D, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C (2016). Agreement between activPAL3c accelerometers placed at different thigh positions. Gait and Posture, 48:230-236.

    103. Alley S, Schoeppe S, Guertler D, Jennings C, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C (2016). Interest and preferences for using advanced physical activity tracking devices: results of a national cross sectional survey. BMJ Open, 6:e011243.

    104. Granger D, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Alley S, Schoeppe S, Short C, Rebar AL (2016). Is preference for mHealth intervention delivery platform associated with delivery platform familiarity? BMC Public Health, 16:619.

    105. Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Trost SG, Rebar AL, Rogers N, Burton NW, Murawski B, Rayward A, Fenton S, Brown WJ (2016). Balanced: a randomised trial examining the efficacy of two self monitoring methods for an app-based multi-behaviour intervention to improve physical activity, sitting and sleep in adults. BMC Public Health, 16:670.

    106. Alley S, Jennings C, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C (2016). Web-based video-coaching to assist an automated computer-tailored physical activity intervention for inactive adults: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(8):e223.

    107. Rebar AL, Schoeppe S, Alley S, Short CE, Dimmock JA, Jackson B, Conroy DE, Rhodes RE, Vandelanotte C (2016). Automatic Evaluation Stimuli – The most frequently used words to describe physical activity and the pleasantness of physical activity. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1277.

    108. Rebar AL, Boles C, Burton NW, Duncan MJ, Short CE, Happell B, Kolt GS, Caperchione CM, Rosenkranz R, Vandelanotte C (2016). Health mind, healthy body: a randomized trial testing the efficacy of a computer-tailored vs. interactive web-based intervention for increasing physical activity and reducing depressive symptoms. Mental Health and Physical Activity, 11: 29-38.

    109. Pimm R, Vandelanotte C, Rhodes R, Short C, Duncan MJ, Rebar A (2016). Cue Consistency Associated with Physical Activity Automaticity and Behavior. Behavioural Medicine, 42:248-253.

    110. Muller AM, Alley S, Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C (2016). The effectiveness of e- &mHealth interventions to promote physical activity and healthy diets in developing countries: A systematic review. International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, 13:109.

    111. Rebar A, Dimmock J, Jackson B, Rhodes R, Kates A, Starling J, Vandelanotte C (2016). A Systematic Review of the Effects of Non-Conscious Regulatory Processes in Physical Activity. Health Psychology Review, 10(4):395-407.

    112. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Van Lippevelde W, Bray NA, Williams SL, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C (2016). Efficacy of interventions that use apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour: A systematic review. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 13:127.

    113. Duncan MJ, Rosenkranz RR, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione CM, Rebar AL, Maeder A, Tague R, Savage TN, Van Itallie A, Mummery WK, Kolt GS. (2016). What is the impact of obtaining medical clearance to participate in a randomised controlled trial examining a physical activity intervention on the sociodemographic and risk factor profile of included participants? Trials, 17:580.

    114. Verhoeven H, Simons D, Van Cauwenberg J, Van Dyck D, Vandelanotte C, de Geus B, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Clarys P, Deforche B (2016). Promoting active transport in older adolescents before they obtain their driving licence: A matched control intervention study. PLoS ONE, 11(12):e0168594

    2017

    115. Short C, Rebar AL, James EL, Duncan MJ, Courneya KS, Plotnikoff RC, Crutzen R, Vandelanotte C (2017). How do different delivery schedules of tailored web-based physical activity advice for breast cancer survivors influence intervention use and efficacy? Journal of Cancer Survivorship: Research and Practice, 11(1):80-91.

    116. Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C, Lien N, Verloigne M, Kovacs E, Manios Y, Bjelland M, Nordgard V, Van Lippevelde W (2017). The influence of parental modeling on children’s physical activity and screen time: Does it differ by gender? European Journal of Public Health 27(1):152-157.

    117. Alley S, Duncan MJ, Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Vandelanotte C. (2017). 8-year Trends in Physical Activity, Nutrition, TV Viewing Time, Smoking, Alcohol and BMI: A Comparison of Younger and Older Queensland Adults. Plos One, 12(3): e0172510. (Needs AU).

    118. Hayman M, Reaburn P, Browne M, Vandelanotte C, Alley S, Short C. (2017) Feasibility, acceptability and efficacy of a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention for pregnant women - the Fit4Two randomised controlled trial. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 17:96.

    119. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Cardon G, Vandelanotte C (2017). What are the working mechanisms of a web-based workplace sitting intervention targeting psychosocial factors and action planning? BMC Public Health, 17:382.

    120. Simons D, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Clarys P, De Cocker K, De Geus B, Vandelanotte C, Van Cauwenberg J, Deforche B (2017). Psychosocial and environmental correlates of active and passive transport behaviors in college educated and non-college educated working young adults. Plos One 12(3): e0174263.

    121. Gilson N, Pavey GT, Wright ORL, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Gomersall S, Trost SG, Brown WJ (2017). The impact of an m-Health financial incentives program on the physical activity and diet of Australian truck drivers. BMC Public Health, 17:467.

    122.Kwasnicka D, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Gardner B, Short C, Duncan MJ, Crook D, Hagger M (2017). Comparing motivational, self-regulatory and habitual processes in a computer-tailored physical activity intervention in hospital employees - protocol for the PATHS randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health, 17:518.

    123. Simons D, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Clarys P, de Geus B, Vandelanotte C, Van Cauwenberg J, Deforche B (2017). Choice of transport mode in emerging adulthood: differences between secondary school students, studying young adults and working young adults and relations with gender, SES and living environment. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 103: 172-184.

    124. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Rebar A, Hayman M, Bray N, Van Lippevelde W, Gnam PJ, Bachert P, Direito A, Vandelanotte C (2017). Apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour in children and adolescents: a review of quality, features and behaviour change techniques. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14:83.

    125. Kolt GS, George ES, ReImages paperbar AL, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione CM, Maeder AJ, Tague R, Savage TN, Van Itallie A, Mawella NR, Hsu WW, RosenKranz RR (2017). Associations Between Quality of Life and Duration and Frequency of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour: Baseline findings from the WALK 2.0 randomised controlled trial PLoS One, 12(6):e0180072.

    126. Alley S, Wellens P. Schoeppe S, de Vries H, Rebar AL, Short CE, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C (2017) Impact of increasing social media use on sitting time and Body Mass Index. Australian Journal of Health Promotion, 28:91-95.

    127. Duncan MJ, Murawski B, Short CE, Rebar AL, Schoeppe S, Alley S, Vandelanotte C, Kirwan M (2017). Activity trackers implement different behaviour change techniques for activity, sleep and sedentary behaviours. Interactive Journal of Medical Research, 6(2):e13.

    128. Alley S, Andersson M, Burton BW, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Happel B, Short C, Rebar AL. (2017) Web-based preferences and physical activity motivation of people with depressive symptoms. Health Psychology Bulletin, 1(1):7-14.

    129. Kolt GS, Rosenkranz, RR, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione CM, Maeder AJ, Tague R, Savage TN, Van Itallie A, Mummery WK, Oldmeadow C, Duncan MJ (2017). Using Web 2.0 applications to promote health-related physical activity: Findings from the WALK 2.0 randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 51:1433-1440.

    130. Vincent GE, Jay SM, Vandelanotte C, Ferguson SA (2017). Breaking up sitting with light-intensity physical activity: implications for shift-workers. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14(10): 1233.

    131. Short CS, James EL, Rebar AL, Duncan MJ, Courneya K, Plotnikoff RC, Crutzen R, Bidargaddi N, Vandelanotte C (2017). Designing more engaging computer-tailored physical activity behaviour change interventions for breast cancer survivors: lessons from the iMove More for Life study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 25:3569-3585.

    132. Edney S, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C, Olds T, De Bouredaudhuij I, Ryan J, Maher C (2017). “Active Team” a social and gamified app-based physical activity intervention: randomised controlled trial study protocol. BMC Public Health, 17:859.

    133. Vincent GE, Jay SM, Sargent C, Vandelanotte C, Ridgers ND and Ferguson SA (2017) Improving Cardiometabolic Health with Diet, Physical Activity, and Breaking Up Sitting: What about Sleep? Frontiers in Physiology, 8:865.

    134. Vandelanotte C, Kolt GS, Caperchione CM, Savage TN, Rosenkranz RR, Maeder AJ, Van Itallie A, Tague R, Oldmeadow C, Mummery WK, Duncan MJ. (2017). Effectiveness of a Web 2.0 Intervention to increase physical activity in real-world settings: a randomized ecological trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 19(11):e390.

    2018

    135. Cope K, Vandelanotte C,Short CE, Conroy DE, Rhodes RE, Jackson B, Dimmock JA, Rebar AL (2018). Reflective and non-conscious responses to exercise image content. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:2272.

    136. Alley S, Kolt GS, Duncan MJ, Caperchione CM, Savage TN, Maeder A, Rosenkranz RR, Tague R, Van Itallie AK, Mummery WK, Vandelanotte C(2018). The effectiveness of a Web 2.0 physical activity intervention in older adults - A randomised controlled trial.International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 15:4

    137. Vincent G, Jay SM, Sargent C, Kovac K, Vandelanotte C, Ridgers ND, Ferguson SA(2018).The impact of breaking up prolonged sitting on glucose metabolism and cognitive function when sleep is restricted. Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms, 4:17-23.

    138. Murawski B, PlotnikoffRC, RaywardAT, VandelanotteC, BrownWJ, Duncan MJ (2018).A randomised controlled trial using a theory-based m-health intervention to improve physical activity and sleep health in adults: The Synergy Study protocol. BMJ Open; 8:e01899.

    139.Simons D, De BourdeaudhuijI, ClarysP, De Cocker K, VandelanotteC, Deforche B(2018).A smartphone app to promote an active lifestyle in lower educated working young adults: development, usability, acceptability and feasibility testing. JMIR mHealth and uHealth., 6(2):e44.

    140. Schoeppe S,Vandelanotte C, Rebar AL, Hayman M, Duncan MJ, Alley S (2018).Do Singles or Couples Live Healthier Lifestyles? Trends in Queensland between 2005-2014. PLOS One, 13(2): e0192584.

    141.Gardner B, Alfrey KL, Vandelanotte C, Rebar AL (2018). Mental health and wellbeing concerns of fly-in, fly-out workers and their partners in Australia: A qualitative study. BMJ Open, 8:e019516.

    142. Müller AM, Maher CA,Vandelanotte C,Hingle M, Middelweerd A, Lopez ML, DeSmet A, Short CE, Nathan N, Hutchesson MJ, Poppe L, Woods CB, Williams SL,WarkPA (2018). Physical activity, sedentary behavior and diet related eHealth and mHealth research: Bibliometric Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(4):e122.

    143. De Cocker K, Cardon G, Bennie JA, Kolbe-Alexander T, De Meester F, Vandelanotte C(2018). From evidence-based research to practice-based evidence: disseminating a web-based computer-tailored workplace sitting intervention through a health promotion organisation. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15, 1049.

    144. Alley SJ, Schoeppe S, Rebar Al, Hayman M, Vandelanotte C(2018).Age differences in physical activity intentions and implementation intention preferences. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 14(3):406-415.

    145. Alley S, an Uffelen JGZ, Duncan MJ, De Cocker K, Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Vandelanotte C (2018).Sitting time in adults 65 years and over: behavior, knowledge and intentions to change. Journal of Ageing and Physical Activity, 26(2):276-283.

    146. Vincent GE, Jay SM, Sargent C, Kovac K, Lastella M, Vandelanotte C, Ridgers ND, Ferguson SA (2018). Does breaking up prolonged sitting when sleep restricted affect postprandial glucose responses and subsequent sleep architecture? - a pilot study. Chronobiology International, 35(6):821-826.

    147. Duncan MJ, Brown WJ, Mummery WK, Vandelanotte C(2018). 10,000 Steps Australia: a community-wide eHealth physical activity promotion program. British Journal of Sports Medicine 52(14):885-886.

    148. Caperchione C, Vandelanotte C, Corry K, Power D, Gill N, Duncan MJ (2018) Qualitative exploration of the feasibility and acceptability of workplace-based microgrants to improve physical activity: the 10,000 Steps Pedometer Microgrant Scheme. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 60(8):e406-e411.

    149. Alley S, Rebar A, Duncan M, Hayman M, Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C(2018). 10-year physical activity trends by location in Queensland. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 26:298-299.

    150. Nikoloudakis IA, Vandelanotte C, Rebar AL, Schoeppe S, Alley S, Duncan MJ, Short CE. (2018). Examining the correlates of online health information seeking behaviour among men compared to women. American Journal of Men’s Health, 12(5):1358-1367.

    151. Simons D, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Clarys P, De Cocker K, Vandelanotte C, Deforche B (2018). Effect and process evaluation of a smartphone app to promote an active lifestyle in lower educated working young adults: cluster randomized controlled trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 6(8):e10003.

    152. Rayward AT, Murawski B, Plotnikoff RC, Vandelanotte C, Brown WJ, Holliday EG, Duncan MJ (2018). A randomised controlled trial to test the efficacy of an m-health delivered physical activity and sleep intervention to improve sleep quality in middle-aged adults: The Refresh Study Protocol. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 73:36-50.

    153. Haapsalo V, de Vries H, Vandelanotte C, Rosenkranz R, Duncan MJ (2018). Cross-sectional associations between multiple lifestyle behaviours and excellent well-being in Australian adults. Preventive Medicine, 116:119-125.

    154. Rosenkranz RR, Geller KS, Duncan MJ, Caperchione CM, Vandelanotte C, Maeder AJ, Savage TN, Van Itallie A, Kolt GS. (2018) Validity and reliability of measures assessing social-cognitive determinants of physical activity in low-active Australian adults. Measurement in Physical Education & Exercise Science, 22(4): 322-331.

    155. Macgregor C, Meerkin JD, Alley S, Vandelanotte C, Reaburn P (2018). Osteoporosis and Low Bone Mineral Density (Osteopenia) in Rural and Remote Queensland. Australian Journal of Rural Health,26:369-374.

    156. Nikoloudakis IA, Crutzen R, Rebar AL,Vandelanotte C, Quester P, Dry M, Skuse A, Duncan MJ, Short CE (2018). Can You Elaborate on That? Addressing Participants’ Need for Cognition in Computer-Tailored Health Behavior Interventions. Health Psychology Review, 12(4):437-452.

    157. Duncan MJ, Brown WJ, Burrows TL, Collins CE, Fenton S, Glozier N, Kolt GS, Morgan PJ, Hensley M, Holliday EG, Murawski B, Plotnikoff RC, Rayward A, Stammatakis E, Vandelanotte C(2018). Examining the efficacy of a multi-component m-Health physical activity, diet and sleep intervention for weight loss in overweight and obese adults: Randomised controlled trial protocol. BMJ Open.

    158. Vandelanotte C (2018). Challenges and opportunities for e- & mHealth-based behaviour change interventions. Perspectives in Public Health, 138(6): 307-308.

    159. Short CE, DeSmet A, Woods C, Williams SL, Maher C, Middelweerd A, Muller AM, Wark PA, Vandelanotte C, Poppe L, Hingle MD, Crutzen R. (2018). Measuring engagement in e- & mHealth behaviour change interventions: A methodological overview. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(11):e292.

    160. Fredrikson SV, Alley SJ, Rebar AL, Hayman MJ, Vandelanotte C,Schoeppe S (2018). How are different levels of knowledge about physical activity associated with physical activity behaviour in Australian adults? PloS ONE, 13(11): e0207003.

    161. Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Maher CA, Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Power DA, Short CE, Doran CM, Hayman MJ, Alley SJ (2018). The effectiveness of a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention using Fitbit activity trackers: randomised trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(12): e11321.

    162. Rebar A, Alfrey KL, Gardner B, Vandelanotte C(2018). Health Behaviors in Australian Fly-In, Fly-Out Workers and Partners during On- and Off-Shift Days: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Study. BMJ Open, 8: e023631.

    2019

    163. Oftedal S, Kolt GS, Holliday EG, Stamatakis E,Vandelanotte C, Brown W, Duncan MJ (2019). Associations of health-behavior patterns, mental health and self- rated health. Preventive Medicine, 118(1):295-303.

    164. Paterson J, Reynolds A, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Ferguson S. (2019). Barriers and enablers to modifying sleep behavior in adolescents and young adults: A qualitative investigation. Behavioural Sleep Medicine, 17(1):1-11.

    165. Khalesi S, Bellissimo N, Vandelanotte C, Williams S, Stanley D, Irwin C. (2019). A Review of Probiotics Supplementation in Healthy Adults: Helpful or Hype? European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 73:24-37.

    166. Gordon S, Vandelanotte C, Rayward AT, Murawski B, Duncan MJ (2019). Sociodemographic and behavioural correlates of insufficient sleep in Australian adults. Sleep Health, 5(1):12-17.

    In Press

    167.Rebar AL, Johnston R, Paterson J, Short C, Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C (Accepted 27-07-2017). A test of how Australian adults allocate time for physical activity. Behavioral Medicine.

    168. Hobbs M, Duncan MJ, Collins P,McKenna J, Schoeppe S, Rebar AL, Alley S, Short C, Vandelanotte C (accepted 12-02-2018). Clusters of health behaviours in Queensland adults are associated with different socio-demographic characteristics. Journal of Public Health.

    169. Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Kolt G, Caperchione C, Savage T, Van Itallie A, Oldmeadow C, Alley S, Rhys Tague, Maeder A, Rosenkranz R, Mummery WK (Accepted 21-06-2018). More real-world trials are needed to establish if web-based physical activity intervention are effective. British Journal of Sports Medicine

    170. Samra PK, Rebar AL, Parkinson L, van Uffelen JGZ, Schoeppe S, Power D, Schneiders A, Vandelanotte C, Alley SJ (Accepted 26-09-2018). Physical Activity Attitudes, Preferences, and Experiences of Regionally-Based Australia Adults 65+ Years.Journal of Aging and Physical Activity

    171. Cannon S, Vandelanotte C, Vince L, Hayman M, Lastella M (Accepted 10-12-2018). A review of pregnancy information on nutrition, physical activity and sleep websites. Women and Birth

    Conference Presentations

    1. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I (1999). Tracking of daily physical activity from adolescence to young adulthood: A 7-year follow-up study. Oral/poster presentation at the 4th Symposium for Kinesiology, Leuven, Belgium, 8 December.

    2. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C, Sallis J (2000). Tracking of physical activity and psychosocial determinants, from adolescence to young adulthood in Belgium. Oral presentation at the symposium ‘Population prevalence and trends in physical activity and associated determinants: challenges for health promotion among adults.’ 7th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine, Brisbane, Australia, 15-18 November.

    3. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2002). Validity and reliability testing of a Dutch computerised questionnaire for measurement of physical activity (IPAQ) with CSA activity monitors and seven days diaries: Project FAITH. Oral presentation at the symposium ’Physical activity in Belgium and the Netherlands’. 4th Dutch Conference on Psychology and Health, Kerkrade, The Netherlands, 13-15 May.

    4. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2002). Development of a computer-tailored physical activity intervention using stages of change: Project FAITH. Oral presentation at the symposium ’Physical activity in Belgium and the Netherlands‘. 4th Dutch Conference on Psychology and Health, Kerkrade, The Netherlands, 13-15 May.

    5. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2002). Pre-testing a computer-tailored intervention program promoting physical activity using stages of change. Poster presentation at the 49th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, St-Louis, Missouri, US, 28 May-1 June.

    6. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2002). Validity and reliability of a Dutch computerised physical activity questionnaire: Project Faith. Poster presentation at the 7th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine, Helsinki, Finland, 28–31 August.

    7. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2002). Project Faith: Background and development of a computer-tailored physical activity intervention using stages of change. Oral presentation at the International Symposium on Health-Enhancing Physical Activity (HEPA): Evidence-Based Promotion of Physical Activity, Helsinki, Finland, 1–2 September.

    8. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2002). Pretesting a computer-tailored intervention program promoting physical activity using stages of change. Poster presentation at the International Symposium on Health-Enhancing Physical Activity’ (HEPA): Evidence-Based Promotion of Physical Activity, Helsinki, Finland, 1– 2 September.

    9. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2003). Development of a computer tailored physical activity intervention using the stages of change. Poster presentation at the 50th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Francisco, California, 28-31 May.

    10. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C, Brug J, Sallis J, Spittaels H (2004). The combined effectiveness of interactive computer-tailored interventions for increasing physical activity and decreasing fat intake. Oral presentation at the 3rd Conference of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Washington DC, US, 10-13 June.

    11. Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2004). Development of a web-based intervention promoting physical activity and sports in sedentary adults. Oral presentation at the 9th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 3 – 6 July.

    12. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C, Brug J, Sallis J, Spittaels H (2004). Efficacy of sequential or simultaneous computer-tailored interventions for increasing physical activity and decreasing fat intake. Poster presentation at the 8th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Mainz, Germany, 25-28h August.

    13. Vandelanotte C, Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2004). Development and evaluation of a tailored web-based intervention promoting physical activity and sports in sedentary adults. Oral presentation at the symposium ‘Wellness & Fitness’, 12th European Sport Management Congress,, Ghent, Belgium, 22- 25 September.

    14. Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2005). Does a tailored intervention program delivered through the Internet enhance physical activity in adults? Poster presentation at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee, US, 1- 4 June (Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37, 5, S246).

    15. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J, Vandelanotte C (2005). Differences in impact between a family versus an individual based tailored intervention to reduce fat intake. Oral presentation at the 4th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 16-18 June.

    16. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C, Sallis J, Spittaels H, Brug J (2005). Efficacy of sequential or simultaneous computer-tailored interventions for increasing physical activity and decreasing fat intake. Poster presentation at the 10th Symposium for Kinesiology, Leuven, Belgium, 22 September.

    17. Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2005). Does a tailored intervention program delivered through the internet enhance physical activity in adults? Poster presentation at the 10th Symposium for Kinesiology, Leuven, Belgium, 22 September.

    18. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J (2005). Efficacy of a computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity in a sequential or simultaneous intervention mode. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Melbourne, Australia, 13-16 October.

    19. Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J (2005). Computer-tailored interventions for increasing physical activity and decreasing fat intake. Oral presentation at the 5th Annual Health and Medical Conference of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 3- 4 November.

    20. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2005). Tailored fat intake advice: How to increase awareness and change behaviour. Key-note lecture by invitation at the 8th Nutrition and Health Conference, Auditorium 2000, Heizel, Brussel, Belgium, 18-19 November.

    21. De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2006). The promotion of physical activity and a low-fat diet through computer tailoring: Two-year follow-up effects. Oral presentation at the symposium ’Promoting physical activity and a healthy diet across the life-cycle‘, 6th Dutch Conference on Psychology and Health, Kerkrade, The Netherlands, 8-10 May.

    22. Vandelanotte C (2006). Computer-tailored and website-delivered physical activity interventions: a promising population-health approach? Seminar at the School of Population Health, The Queensland University, Brisbane, Australia, 16 May.

    23. Vandelanotte C, Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2006). Website-delivered computer-tailored physical activity interventions: An innovative population health approach? Oral presentation at the 8th Biennial Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference of Brisbane, Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 27-29 September.

    24. Vandelanotte C, Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2006). Website-delivered computer-tailored physical activity interventions: An innovative population health approach. Oral presentation at the 6th Annual Health and Medical Conference of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 23-24 November.

    25. Gardiner P, Owen N, Vandelanotte C, Eakin E (2006). Evaluation of an Internet-based physical activity intervention for older adults. Research Higher Degree Conference, The University of Queensland, School of Population Health, Brisbane, Australia, 10h November.

    26. Gardiner P, Owen N, Vandelanotte C, Eakin E (2006). Are older, overweight and inactive adults a suitable group for computer-based interventions? Oral presentation at the 6th Annual Health and Medical Conference of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 23-24 November.

    27. Vandelanotte C, Cerin E, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2006). The impact of socio-demographic and psychosocial moderators on the effectiveness of a computer-tailored physical activity intervention. Oral presentation at the symposium ‘Moderators and mediators of physical activity behaviour’, 9th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine in Bangkok Thailand, 29 November–2 December.

    28. Cerin E, Vandelanotte C, Leslie E, Owen N (2006). Relationships between access to recreational facilities and leisure-time physical activity: An analysis of socio-demographic moderators. Oral presentation at the symposium ‘Moderators and mediators of physical activity behaviour’, International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November–2 December.

    29. Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2006). Physical activity promotion through the internet: RCT of a tailored intervention for adults. Oral presentation at the International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Bangkok, Thailand, 29 November-2 December.

    30. Cerin E, Vandelanotte C, Brug J, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2007). Moderators and mediators of the differential effectiveness of simultaneous and sequential computer-tailored fat intake interventions. Oral presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Oslo, Norway, 20-23 June.

    31. Vandelanotte C, Cerin E, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2007). Moderators and mediators of the effectiveness of a computer-tailored physical activity intervention. Oral presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Oslo, Norway, 20-23 June.

    32. Vandelanotte C, Reeves M, Brug J, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2007). Are multiple behaviour change interventions for physical activity and fat intake more successful when applied simultaneously or sequentially? Poster presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Oslo, Norway, 20-23 June.

    33. Vandelanotte C, Gardiner P, Sugiyama T, Owen N (2007). Associations of Leisure-time Computer and Internet Use with BMI and Physical Activity in Australian Adults. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Adelaide, Australia, 13-16 October.

    34. Gardiner P, Vandelanotte C, Sugiyama T, Eakin E, Owen N (2007). Correlates of television viewing time differ according to age group. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Adelaide, Australia, 13-16 October.

    35. Vandelanotte C, Reeves M, Brug J, De Bourdeaudhuij I (2008). Are multiple behaviour change interventions for physical activity and fat intake more successful when applied simultaneously or sequentially? Invited oral presentation at Fifth Scientific Conference of the Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine, Sydney, Australia, 31 January– 2 February.

    36. Vandelanotte C (2008). Computer-tailored Website-delivered Physical Activity Interventions. Invited research presentation at the Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia, August 2008.

    37. Vandelanotte C, Parekh S, Jamrozik K, King D, Boyle F (2009). The effectiveness of a minimal multiple health behaviour intervention delivered through general practice on physical activity and nutrition behaviours. Oral presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 17-20 June.

    38. Vandelanotte C, Parekh S, Jamrozik K, King D, Boyle F (2009). The effectiveness of a minimal multiple health behaviour intervention delivered through general practice on physical activity and nutrition behaviours. Research Presentation at the Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Australia, August 13.

    39. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Caperchione C, Hanley C, Mummery WK (2009). Physical Activity Prevalence in Central Queensland over 7 Years (2002-2008): A Multiple Cross-Sectional Study. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Brisbane, Australia, 14-17 October.

    40. Kirwan M, Vandelanotte C, llie A, Mummery K. (2009). The conceptualisation, design and development of the 10,000 Steps iPhone/iPod Touch Application. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Brisbane, Australia, 14-17 October.

    41. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Caperchione C, Hanley C, Mummery WK (2009). Physical Activity Prevalence in Central Queensland over 7 Years (2002-2008): A Multiple Cross-Sectional Study. Invited research presentation for Physical Activity Capricorn Taskforce, at the Archer Park Rail Museum, November 24.

    42. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Hanley C and Mummery K (2010). Who has realistic perceptions of their Physical Activity and Body Weight? Poster presentation at 3rd the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Toronto, Canada, 5-8 May.

    43. Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Mummery K (2010). Seven year changes in Perceived Neighbourhood Environment and BMI. Poster presentation at 3rd the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Toronto, Canada, 5-8 May.

    44. Davis C, Mummery K, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione C, Spence J (2010). Meta-analysis of Internet Delivered Behaviour Change Interventions to Increase Physical Activity Levels. Poster presentation at 3rd the International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, Toronto, Canada, 5-8 May.

    45. Tideman P, Mummery WK, Tirimacco R, Vandelanotte C, Poulsen V, Simpson P, Clark RA, Duncan, M, Van Itallie A, Corry K (2010). Testing an innovative model for secondary prevention and cardiac rehabilitation: The electronic Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation program (eOCR) proof of concept testing in the South East and Riverland Regions of South Australia. Poster presentation at the Cardiac Society of Australia and New-Zealand (CSANZ) Annual Scientific Meeting, Adelaide, Australia, 5-8 August. Conference proceedings: Heart Lung Circulation,19 (Suppl 2):S266.

    46. Mummery WK, Tideman P, Tirimacco R, Vandelanotte C, Poulsen V, Simpson P, Clark RA, Duncan, M, Van Itallie A, Corry K (2010). Understanding the utility and sustainability of an innovative model for secondary prevention and cardiac rehabilitation: The Electronic Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation program (eOCR) proof of concept testing in the South East and Riverland Regions of South Australia. Oral presentation at the Australia Cardiac Rehabilitation Association Conference (ACRA), Canberra, August 12-14.

    47. Kolt G, Mummery K, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Maeder A, Caperchione C, Karunanithi M, Noakes M, Ellison M, George E, Tague R, Viljoen P, Corry K (2010). A comprehensive research project which demonstrates the effectiveness of strategies (including information technology) to support lifestyle risk modification in men (aged 35-54 years) in relation to nutrition and physical activity in an urban or rural setting in Queensland. Oral presentation at the 5th Annual Seminar of Health Promotion Queensland, July 1.

    48. Kolt G, Mummery W, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Maeder A, Caperchione C, Karunanithi M, Noakes M, Ellison M, George E Tague R, Viljoen P (2010). The Manup study: using information technology to promote physical activity and nutrition to middle-aged rural men. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Port Douglas, Australia, 3-6 November.

    49. Kirwan M, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Mummery K (2010). Using smartphones to increase physical activity: usability testing of the 10,000 steps iPhone application. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Port Douglas, Australia, 3-6 November.

    50. Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Hanley C, Caperchione C, Mummery K (2010). Population trends in adults’ physical activity, sedentary behaviour and overweight and obesity. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Port Douglas, Australia, 3-6 November.

    51. Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Hanley C, Caperchione C, Mummery K (2011).Trends in adult’s physical activity, sedentary behavior, overweight and obesity in Central Queensland, Australia. Poster presentation at the conference of the American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, USA, May 31– June 4.

    52. George E, Kolt G, Duncan M, Caperchione C, Mummery K, Vandelanotte C (2011). The ManUp study - Physical activity interventions for middle-aged men: A review of what does and does not work. Oral presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15-18 June.

    53. Kolt G, Caperchione C, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Mummery K, Ellison M, George E (2011). Examining what men really want when it comes to promoting physical activity and nutrition using information technology: Findings from the ManUp study. Oral presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15-18 June.

    54. Vandelanotte C, Mummery K (2011). Qualitative and Quantitative research into the development of a video-tailored physical activity intervention. Oral presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15-18 June.

    55. Kirwan M, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Mummery K (2011). Using SmartPhones to Monitor Physical Activity: Matched Case Control Trial of the 10,000 Steps iPhone Application. Oral presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15-18 June.

    56. Duncan M, M Rashid, Cutumisu N, Vandelanotte C, R Plotnikoff (2011). Development of a Brief Self-Report Instrument To Quantify Workplace Office Environments: The Workplace Environment and Sitting Scale. Oral presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15-18 June.

    57. Davies C, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione C, Mummery K (2011). Randomised controlled trial of an Internet delivered physical activity intervention for individuals with Type II diabetes. Oral presentation at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 15-18 June.

    58. Parekh S, Boyle F, King D, Vandelanotte C (2011). 10 small steps towards a healthier lifestyle Oral presentation at the Public health Conference in Brisbane on the 13-15 July.

    59. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Mummery K (2011). Initial effectiveness and acceptability of a Video-Tailored Physical Activity Intervention. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Fremantle, Australia, 19-22 October.

    60. Vandelanotte C (2011). Going online to become more active: do Internet-delivered physical activity interventions really work? Invited research presentation at the Criterion Hotel, Rockhampton, Australia, October 2011. As part of the Research Unplugged Series hosted by the Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University.

    61. Vandelanotte C, Soetens K, de Vries H, Mummery K (2011). Using internet-based computer-tailored interventions to promote physical activity: A randomised trial of text, video and combined delivery modes. Poster presentation 75th Anniversary Scientific Symposium of the National Health and Medical Research Council: ‘Research for a Healthy Future’. The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia, 29 November – 1 December.

    62. Vandelanotte C, Persaud N, Bland S, Horsley M, Mummery K (2012). Comparing personally-tailored video- and text-delivered physical activity interventions – The medium and the message. Invited research presentation at the EyeTrack Australia Conference, May 31- June 1, Noosa, Australia.

    63. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Plotnikoff R, Mummery K (2012). Do participants’ preferences for mode of delivery (text, video or both) influence the effectiveness of an online physical activity intervention? The 12th International Conference for Behavioural Medicine, Budapest, Hungary, August 29 – September 1.

    64. Spittaels H, De Cocker K, Cardon G, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2012). Pedometer-based physical activity advice through the internet: pilot study of computer-tailored intervention for adults. The 12th International Conference for Behavioural Medicine, Budapest, Hungary, August 29 – September 1.

    65. Vandelanotte C (2012). Development and evaluation of a brief Internet-delivered and video-tailored physical activity intervention. Invited Research Presentation to a seminar organised at the Maastricht University, The Netherlands, September 6,

    66. Stubbs C, Vandelanotte C, Lee A, Hourigan A, Wooden D (2012). Can a state-wide public health nutrition strategy make a difference? Evaluation of the ‘Eat Well Queensland’ strategy. The 16th International Congress of Dietetics, Sydney, Australia, 5-8 September.

    67. Vandelanotte C, Ammann R, de Vries H, Mummery K (2012). Acceptability, usability, and effectiveness of a web-based physical activity intervention according to different age groups. Oral presentation at the 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, October 31- November 2, Sydney, Australia.

    68. Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Rashid M, Cutumisu N, Plotnikoff RC (2012). Individual, Psychological and environmental correlates of office based occupational sitting in the 10,000 steps cohort (2012). Oral presentation at the 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, October 31- November 2, Sydney, Australia.

    69. Kolt GS, Maeder A, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione CM, Tague R. Savage T, Van Itallie A, Rosenkranz RR, Mummery WK (2012). Development and usability testing of a web-based physical activity promotion program: Walk 2.0. Poster presentation at the 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, October 31- November 2, Sydney, Australia.

    70. Hooker C, Davies C, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Hall S, Van Itallie A, Corry K (2012). Applicability of a pedometer based physical activity program in the primary school environment. Oral presentation at the 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, October 31- November 2, Sydney, Australia.

    71. Davies C, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione C, Mummery W (2012). Effectiveness of an online physical activity intervention for adults with Type II diabetes. Poster presentation at the 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, October 31- November 2, Sydney, Australia.

    72. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Di Milla L (2012). Physical activity and sedentary behaviour according to occupational type, role and roster: who should we target? Invited Research Presentation to the satellite meeting of the 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, ‘Workplace Physical Activity and Sedentary behaviour’, November 5, 2012, Brisbane, Australia.

    73. Duncan M, Hooker C, Corry K, Hall S, Vandelanotte C (2012). How do workplaces use 10,000 steps to improve physical activity? Invited Research Presentation to the satellite meeting of the 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, ‘Workplace Physical Activity and Sedentary behaviour’, November 5, 2012, Brisbane, Australia.

    74. Vandelanotte C, Walthouwer M, De Cocker K, Collins C, Oenema A (2013). Innovating computer-tailored interventions: How to better communicate the message? Symposium chaired at the 12th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 22-25, Ghent, Belgium.

    75. Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Mummery K (2013). Why innovative computertailored interventions are needed A case for a videotailored approach. Oral presentation at the 12th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 22-25, Ghent, Belgium.

    76. Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Di Millia L (2013). Associations of sitting time according to occupational type, role and roster. Invited Research Presentation to the Symposium on ‘Sedentary Behaviour at the workplace: Prevalence, Correlates and interventions strategies’. Oral presentation at the 12th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 22-25, Ghent, Belgium.

    77. Simons D, Clarys PP, De Bourdeaudhuij I, de Geus B, Vandelanotte C, Deforche B (2013). Factors influencing the choice of transport mode for short distances in older adolescents: a qualitative study. Oral presentation at the 12th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 22-25, Ghent, Belgium.

    78. De Cocker K, Spittaels H, Cardon G, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C (2013). How to use more accurate assessment methods in computer tailored interventions: a computer-­tailored, pedometer-­based physical activity advice. Oral presentation at the 12th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 22-25, Ghent, Belgium.

    79. Duncan MJ, Kline C, Vandelanotte C, Sargent C, Di Milia L (2013). Relationships between physical activity, sitting time, dietary habits, sleep, and selfrated health in the 10,000 steps cohort. Poster presentation at the 12th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 22-25, Ghent, Belgium.

    80. Bland S, Vandelanotte C, Persaud N, Horsley M (2013). Comparing personallytailored video and textdelivered web-based physical activity interventions: an EyeTracking Study. Poster presentation at the 12th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 22-25, Ghent, Belgium.

    81. Short CE, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ (2013). Subgroup analyses exploring factors associated with PA behaviour among the inactive, overweight and socially disadvantaged. Poster presentation at the 12th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 22-25, Ghent, Belgium.

    82. Short CE, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ (2013). Physical activity intervention preferences: Who prefers what? Poster presentation at the 12th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 22-25, Ghent, Belgium.

    83. Vandelanotte C (2013). Using mobile phones for health behaviour change interventions. Invited KEYNOTE presentation at the 2nd ‘Health-related behaviour change through technology’ conference (satellite to the Medicine 2.0 Conference), September 25-26, London, UK.

    84. Vandelanotte C (2013). Developing your track record. Invited presentation at the Early Career Seminar Series organised by Prof Drew Dawson and Lynne Browning. Rockhampton, CQUniversity, June 15.

    85. Kolt GS, Caperchione CM, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Rosenkranz RR, Maeder A, Karunanithi M, Mummery WK (2013). Translating health promotion research into community practice: The ManUp physical activity and nutrition project. Paper presented at the Asics Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Phuket, Thailand.

    86. van Uffelen JGZ, de Cocker K, Duncan MJ, Vandenalotte C (2013). Sedentary behaviour and ageing: knowledge, patterns, and intentions to change. Oral presentation: 46th Australian Association of Gerontology National Conference, Sydney, Australia, November 27-29.

    87. Duncan MJ, Gilson G, Vandelanotte C (2014). Which population groups are most unaware of the CVD risks associated with sitting time? Poster presentation at the 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (ICPAPH), April 8-11, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

    88. Toms K, Tyack Z, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ (2014). The effectiveness of the 10,000 steps workplace challenge to increase physical activity. Poster presentation at the 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (ICPAPH), April 8-11, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

    89. Pavey TG, Gilson ND, Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Wright O, Trost SG, Brown WJ (2014). The shifting gears project (active living and healthy diets in truck drivers): Intervention Protocol. Poster presentation at the 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (ICPAPH), April 8-11, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

    90. van Uffelen J, De Cocker K, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C (2014). Sedentary behaviour in older Australians: patterns, knowledge, and intentions to change. Poster presentation at the 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (ICPAPH), April 8-11, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

    91. Vandelanotte C, Kirwan M, Rebar A, Alley S, Short C, Fallon L, Buzza G, Schoeppe S, Maher C, Duncan MJ (2014). Do freely accessible physical activity promotion websites use evidence-based and web 2.0 supported tools to enable health behaviour change? Oral presentation at the 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health (ICPAPH), April 8-11, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

    92. Mills V, Alley S, Chapman Y, Vandelanotte C (2014). Assessing the satisfaction with smartphone technology to improve T1D self management in adults. Australian Diabetes Educators Association, Queensland State Conference, Brisbane, Australia, May 30-31.

    93. Short C, Rebar A, Vandelanotte C, Duncan M (2014). Self-efficacy for changing PA and sitting-time behaviors simultaneously. Poster presentation at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    94. De Cocker K, Duncan MJ, Short C, van Uffelen J, Vandelanotte C (2014). Patterns, correlates and moderating effects of occupational sitting in Australian employees. Poster presentation at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    95. Rebar A, Vandelanotte C, van Uffelen J, Short C, Duncan M (2014). Associations of overall sitting time and sitting time in different contexts with depression, anxiety, and stress symptoms. Poster presentation at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    96. Rebar A, Duncan M, J Maher, Short C, Van Uffelen J, Vandelanotte C (2014). How to promote less sitting: How Australian adults rated likelihood to adhere to public health sitting messages. Poster presentation at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    97. Vandelanotte C (2014). Chair of Special Interest Group around Population-based Interventions. Invited oral presentation (75 minutes time slot) at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    98. Simons D, Clarys P, De Bourdeaudhuij I, de Geus B, Vandelanotte C, Deforche B (2014). Factors influencing mode of transport for short distance travel in young adults: A qualitative study. Oral Presentation at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    99. Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Duncan M, Short C (2014). People with high use of online social networks sit more but are not less active than people with low usage of online social networks. Oral presentation at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    100. Caperchione C, Duncan M, Kolt G, Vandelanotte C, Rosenkranz R, Maeder A, Noakes M, Mummery WK (2014). What happens when a physical activity and nutrition intervention is translated to the ‘real world’? Using RE-AIM to examine community translation of the ManUp intervention. Oral presentation at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    101. Kolt G, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione C, Rosenkranz R, Maeder A, Savage T, Tague R (2014). Physical activity and health-related quality of life: Findings from the Walk 2.0 study. Oral presentation at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    102. James E, Johnson N, Vandelanotte C, Short C, Wolfenden L (2014). Comparative efficacy of simultaneous versus sequential multiple health behavior change interventions: A systematic review. Oral presentation at the 13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    103. Vandelanotte C (2014). Technology and Health Across the Lifespan. Invited session moderator at the13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    104. Vandelanotte C, Duncan M, Kolt G, Rosenkranz R, Caperchione C, George E, Karunanithi M, Mummery WK (2014). Effectiveness of a web- and mobile phone-based intervention to promote physical activity and healthy eating in middle aged males: Outcomes of the ManUp Study. Oral presentation at the13th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, May 21-24, San Diego, California, USA.

    105. Vandelanotte C (2014). The development and evaluation of a web-based intervention to improve physical activity using personally-tailored videos. Invited Research Presentation at the University of Melbourne, Australia, July 15.

    106. Vandelanotte C (2014). Developing your track record. Invited presentation at the Early Career Seminar Series organised by Prof Drew Dawson and Lynne Browning. Rockhampton, CQUniversity, July 18.

    107. Rosenkranz RR, Duncan MJ, Caperchione CM, Kolt GS, Vandelanotte C, Maeder AJ, Savage TN, Mummery WK (2015). Validation of a brief stages of change instrument for the goal of 10,000 steps daily. Poster presentation for the 2015 American College of Sports Medicine annual conference, May 26-30, San Diego, CA, USA.

    108. Simons S, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Clarys P, de Geus B, Vandelanotte C, Van Cauwenberg J, Deforche B (2015). Choice of transport mode in emerging adulthood according to gender, SES and living environment: differences between older adolescents, higher education students and working young adults. Oral presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    109. Verhoeven H, Simons D, Van Cauwenberg J, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Vandelanotte C, Clarys P, Van Dyck D, Deforche B (2015). Transport mode choice to various destinations in older adolescents: socio-demographic, psychosocial and physical environmental correlates. Oral presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    110. Short C, Coysh C, James E, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C (2015). Promoting physical activity among breast cancer survivors using computer-tailored online interventions: IMove More for Life RCT. Oral presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    111. Rebar A, Anderson M, Boles C, Burton N, Duncan M, Short C, Happell B, Vandelanotte C (2015). Healthy Mind, Healthy Body: A randomized trial of a computer-tailored vs interactive web-based physical activity intervention for people with depressive symptoms. Oral presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    112. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Cardon G, Vandelanotte C (2015). Web-based, computer-tailored advice to reduce occupational sitting time: feasibility, acceptability and preliminary effectiveness among employees. Oral presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    113. Guertler D, Vandelanotte C, Short C, Alley S, Schoeppe S, Duncan M. (2015). The association between physical activity, sitting time, sleep duration and sleep quality as correlates of presenteeism. Poster presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    114. Duncan MJ, Corry K, Hall S, Broad M, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione C (2015). Reach and implementation of the 10,000 steps pedometer grant scheme for workplaces: A research translation study. Oral presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    115. Kolt GS, George ES, Rebar AL, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Caperchione CM, Maeder AJ, Rosenkranz RR (2015). Associations between quality of life, physical activity, and sedentary behaviour: An examination of continuous and bout measures of activity and sedentary behaviour from the Walk 2.0 trial. Poster presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    116. Gilson N, Pavey T, Gomersall S, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Wright O, Trost S, Brown W (2015). Shifting gears: The impact of a healthy choices smartphone intervention on chronic disease risk factors in Australian truck drivers. Poster presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    117. Alley S, Jennings C, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C (presenting author) (2015). Web-based methods are more cost-effective than print-based methods to attract people to a physical activity intervention. Poster presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    118. Rogers W, Selzler AM, Vandelanotte C, Stickland M (2015). Confidence for internet use to support exercise: Relationship to exercise intentions in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients. Poster presentation at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    119. Vandelanotte C (2015). Chair of Special Interest Group for e- & mHealth. Invited oral presentation (60 minutes time slot) at the 14th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

    120. Vandelanotte C (2015). Applying e- & mHealth for health behaviour change. Invited Research Presentation at the Ghent University, Belgium, July 10.

    121. Vandelanotte C (2015). Developing your track record. Invited presentation at the Early Career Seminar Series organised by Prof Drew Dawson and Lynne Browning. Rockhampton, CQUniversity, June 13.

    122. Vandelanotte C (2015). Engaged Research. Invited presentation at a Campus catch-up organised by Prof Pierre Viljoen (DVC Engagement). Rockhampton, CQUniversity, June 26.

    123. Vandelanotte C (2015). Thesis by publication. Invited presentation at RHD-supervisor training organised by A/Prof Susan Kinnear (Dean School of Graduate Research). Rockhampton, CQUniversity, July 8.

    124. Vandelanotte C (2015). Grant success. Invited presentation at a research workshop organised by A/Prof Jenny Barr (Deputy Dean Research School of Nursing), Rockhampton, CQUniversity, August 23th.

    125. Alley S, Jennings C, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C (2015). An evaluation of web- and print-based methods to attract people to physical activity intervention. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Sanctuary Cove, Australia, 21-24 October.

    126. Alley S, Jennings C, Duncan MJ, Schoeppe S, Guertler D, Vandelanotte C (2015). Attitudes, intentions and preferences for using physical activity tracking devices. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Sanctuary Cove, Australia, 21-24 October.

    127. Duncan MJ, Williams S, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Stanton R, Short C (2015). Accuracy of a brief screening tool for multiple lifestyle behaviours. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Sanctuary Cove, Australia, 21-24 October.

    128. Maher C, Ferguson M, Vandelanotte C, Plotnikoff R, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Thomas S, Nelson-Field K, Olds T (2015). An online social networking physical activity intervention delivered via Facebook: A randomised controlled trial. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Sanctuary Cove, Australia, 21-24 October. (Shortlisted for an award!)

    129. Gilson N, Pavey T, Gomersall S, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Wright O, Trost S, Brown W (2015). Shifting gears: Patterns and changes in workday sedentary, stationary and movement time in Australian truck drivers. Oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Sanctuary Cove, Australia, 21-24 October.

    130. Vandelanotte C (2016). A whole of community intervention: The 10,000 Steps Australia Program. Invited Presentation at the Ghent University, Belgium, May 17.

    131. Vandelanotte C (2016). The use of specific BCTs in web- and app-based interventions to improve physical activity behaviour. Invited Research Presentation at the Ghent University, Belgium, May 24.

    132. Vandelanotte C (2016). Chair of Special Interest Group for e- &mHealth. Invited oral presentation (60 minutes time slot) at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    133. Vandelanotte C (2016). New technologies and methods for physical activity and nutrition. Invited session moderator at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    134. Vandelanotte C (2016). Innovating computer-tailored interventions targeting energy-balance related behaviours: physical activity, sedentary behaviour and diet. Symposium chair at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    135. Alley S, Jennings C, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C. (2016). A randomised controlled trial examining the effectiveness of video-coaching to assist a computer-tailored physical activity intervention. Oral presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    136. De Cocker K, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Cardon G, Vandelanotte C (2016) The effect of computer-tailored advice targeting occupational sitting on psychosocial correlates and the mediating role of these factors. Oral presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    137. Short C, Ding D, Rebar A, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C (2016). Self-efficacy for multiple behaviour change: is there a gateway effect? Oral presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    138. Alley S, Wellens P, Schoeppe S, de Vries H, Rebar A, Short C, Duncan M, Vandelanotte C (2016). Associations of social media use, sedentary behaviour and body mass index. Poster presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    139. Hayman M, Short C, Browne M, Vandelanotte C, Reaburn P (2016). Feasibility and preliminary effectiveness of a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention for pregnant women. Poster presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    140. Maher C, Vandelanotte C, Plotnikoff C, Olds T (2016). Engagement with a gamified online social networking behaviour change intervention to increase physical activity. Oral presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    141. Guertler D, Vandelanotte C, Kirwan M, Duncan MJ (2016). Influence of a smartphone app on engagement and determinants of non-usage attrition within a free physical activity promotion program: The case of 10,000 Steps Australia. Oral presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    142. Vandelanotte C (2016). Making e- & mHealth interventions more engaging and appealing to increase their use and effectiveness. Invited symposium discussant at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    143. Verhoeven H, Simons D, de Geus B, Vandelanotte C, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Clarys P, Deforche B (2016). The effect of adding a two-hour lesson promoting active transport to ‘Driving License at School’ on psychosocial determinants towards active transport in older adolescents. Oral presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    144. Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C, Bere E, Bjelland M, Kovacs E, Androutsos O, Nordgrad Vik F, Van Lippevelde W (2016). The influence of parental modelling on children’s physical activity and screen time: Does it differ by gender? Oral presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    145. Simons D, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Clarys P, Vandelanotte C, Deforche B (2016). Development of ActiveCoach: a mobile app to promote an active lifestyle in low educated working young adults. Oral presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    146. Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C, Trost S, Rebar A, Rodgers N, Burton N, Kellett L, Brown W (2016). Exploring the process of researchers and industry teaming up to create a lifestyle behaviour change app. Oral presentation at the 15th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 8-11, Cape Town, South Africa.

    147. Vandelanotte C (2016). Developing your track record. Invited presentation at the Early Career Seminar Series organised by Prof Drew Dawson and Lynne Browning. Cairns, CQUniversity, July 14.

    148. Hayman M, Short C, Reaburn P, Browne M, Vandelanotte C (2016). Fit4two: a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention of pregnant women. Accepted as an oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Melbourne, Australia, 12-15 October.

    149. Vandelanotte C, Kolt G, Cristina C, Duncan MJ, Stanton R, Savage T, Rosenkranz R, Rebar A, Mummery K (2016). Criterion validity and responsiveness to change of the Active Australia Survey according to different subgroups. Accepted as an oral presentation at the Australian Conference on Science and Medicine in Sport, Melbourne, Australia, 12-15 October.

    150. Vandelanotte C (2016). Using websites, smartphone apps and activity trackers to promote physical activity behaviour. Invited KEYNOTE presentation at the 2nd Singapore International Public Health & Occupational Health Conference, Singapore, 29-30 September.

    151. Vandelanotte C (2016). Primary CVD Prevention: Using websites and apps to increase physical activity. Oral presentation at the Queensland Cardiovascular Research Network Showcase, Brisbane, 22 November.

    152. Kwasnicka D, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Gardner B, Hagger M (2016). Session chair: Interventions targeting implicit and explicit processes; Comparing motivational, self- regulatory and habitual processes in a computer-tailored physical activity intervention in hospital employees - the PATHS randomised controlled trial. Poster presentation at the 30th European Health Psychology Society Conference, Aberdeen, Scotland, 23-27 August.

    153. Kwasnicka D, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Gardner B, Short C, Duncan M, Hagger M (2016). A computer-tailored physical activity intervention in frontline healthcare professionals. Poster presentation at the 14th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Melbourne, 7-10 December.

    154. Kwasnicka D, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Gardner B, Short C, Duncan M, Hagger M (2017). Physical Activity Tailored intervention in Hospital Staff (PATHS): a randomised controlled trial of computer-tailored program. Poster presentation at the 3rd UCL Centre for Behaviour Change Digital Health Conference 2017: Harnessing digital technology for behaviour change. London, England, 2-3 February.

    155. Vandelanotte C, Alley S, Power D, Maher C, Duncan MJ. Integrating Fitbit activity trackers into a computer-tailored physical activity intervention (2017). 1st GetAMoveOn Symposium: Leveraging technology to enable mobility and transform health, London, UK, 24-25 May.

    156. Vandelanotte C, Kolt G, Caperchione C, Savage T, Rosenkranz R, Maeder A, Van Itallie A, Tague R, Oldmeadow C, Mummery W, Duncan M (2017). How effective are Web 2.0 applications to increase physical activity in real world settings?: Findings from the Walk 2.0 Ecological Trail. Oral presentation at the 16th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 7-10, Victoria, Canada.

    157. Alley S, Kolt G, Duncan M, Caperchione C, Savage T, Maeder A, Rosenkranz R, Tague R, Van Itallie A, Mummery WK, Vandelanotte C (2017). The effectiveness of a web 2.0 physical activity intervention in older adults – A randomised controlled trail. Oral presentation at the 16th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 7-10, Victoria, Canada.

    158. Rebar A, Johnston, Paterson J, Short C, Schoeppe S, Vandelanotte C (2017). Borrowing from economics to understand time spent being active. Poster presentation at the 16th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 7-10, Victoria, Canada.

    159. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Van Lippevelde W, Bray N, Williams S, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C (2017) Efficacy of interventions that use apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour: a systematic review. Poster presentation at the 16th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 7-10, Victoria, Canada.

    160. Hayman M, Vandelanotte C, Alley S, Reaburn P, Short C (2017). Does action planning improve outcomes in a physical activity intervention for pregnant women? Poster presentation at the 16th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 7-10, Victoria, Canada.

    161. Schoeppe S, Alley S, Rebar A, Hayman M, Duncan MJ, Vandelanotte C (2017). Do Singles or couples live healthier lifestyles? Trends in Queensland between 2005-2014. Poster presentation at the 16th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 7-10, Victoria, Canada.

    162. Alley S, Duncan MJ, Schoeppe S, Rebar A, Vandelanotte C (2017). 8-year trends in physical activity, nutrition, TV viewing time, smoking and alcohol in older compared to younger Queensland adults. Poster presentation at the 16th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 7-10, Victoria, Canada.

    163. Vandelanotte C (2017). Special Interest Group for e- &mHealth Session. Invited oral presentation to demonstrate the TaylorActive project software (30 minutes time slot) at the the16th International Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 7-10, 2017, Victoria, Canada.

    164. Duncan MJ, Rayward AT, Murawski B, Plotnikoff RC, Vandelanotte C (2017). Insufficient sleep is associated with poorer health related quality of life after adjusting for multiple lifestyle behaviors and sleep disorders. Oraol presentation at the Australiasian Society for Behavioral Health and Medicine and APS College of Health Psychologists, Gold Coast, 13-15 July.

    165. Kwasnicka D, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Gardner B, Short C, Duncan MJ, Hagger M (2017). Symposium: Developing and maintaining health behaviours: the role of habit and automaticity: Data-prompted interviews exploring the self-regulatory and automatic components of a physical activity intervention for healthcare professionals. Oral presentation at the Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine and APS College of Health Psychologists, Gold Coast, 13-15, July.

    166. Kwasnicka D, Vandelanotte C, Rebar A, Gardner B, Short C, Duncan M, Hagger M (2017). Applying motivational, self-regulatory and habit-formation techniques in a computer-tailored physical activity intervention in healthcare professionals. Oral presentation at the 31st conference of the European Health Psychology Society, Padova, Italy, August 29 –September 2.

    167. Short CE, Dry M, Skuse A, Quester P, Vincent A, Rebar AL, Vanedlanotte C, Duncan MJ, Crutzen R (2017). Exploring the interplay between message format, personal relevance and need for cognition on physical activity message processing. Oral presentation at the 31st conference of the European Health Psychology Society, Padova, Italy, August 29 –September 2.

    168. Short CE, Dry M, Skuse A, Quester P, Vincent A, Rebar AL, Vanedlanotte C, Duncan MJ, Crutzen R (2017). Exploring the interplay between message format, personal relevance and need for cognition on physical activity message processing. Oral presentation at the 31st conference of the European Health Psychology Society, Padova, Italy, August 29 –September 2.

    169. Williams SL, O’Meara L, Ames K, Lawson C, Saluja S, Vandelanotte C(2017). Health literacy and risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus: a nationwide study in a healthy population. Oral presentation at the 15thWorld Congress on Public Health, Melbourne, Australia, April.

    170. Vandelanotte(2017). Research Focus and Career learnings. INVITED PLENARY PRESENTATION at the Queensland Cardiovascular Research Network Showcase, Brisbane, 23 November.

    171. Vandelanotte (2018).mHealth Symposium: Opportunities and challenges for improving population health. What is mHealth? INVITED KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Translational Research Institute, Brisbane, 14 May.

    172. Vandelanotte(2018). Local Government Managers Australia, Propeller Programme. Online engagement strategies used in the 10,000 Steps program. INVITED KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Rockhampton Regional Council, Rockhampton, 22 May.

    173. Vandelanotte(2018). Parks and Leisure Australia. The case of 10,000 Steps for outdoor recreation. KEYNOTE PRESENTATION. Queensland State Conference, Redcliffe, 25 May.

    174. Vandelanotte C, Kolt G, Caperchione C, Savage T, Rosenkranz R, Maeder A, Van Itallie Am Tague R, Oldmeadow C, Mummery K, Duncan MJ (2018). A comparison of effectiveness of a web-based physical activity intervention examined across a randomized controlled trial and a real-world randomized ecological trial. Invited Symposium presentationat the 17thInternational Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Hong Kong, China.

    175. Vandelanotte(2018). Developing systems for conceptualisation and device-based assessment of 24-hour behavioural profiles: The evolution of time-use epidemiology. Invited Symposium Discussantat the 17thInternational Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Hong Kong, China.

    176. Vandelanotte C, Duncan MJ, Maher CA, Schoeppe S, Rebar A, Power D, Short C, Doran C, Hayman M, Alley S (2018). The effectiveness of a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention using Fitbit activity trackers: a randomised trial. Oral presentation at the 17thInternational Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Hong Kong, China.

    177. Murawski B, Plotnikoff R, Rayward A, Vandelanotte C, Brown W, Duncan MJ. A randomised waitlist controlled trial using a theory-based m-health intervention to improve physical activity and sleep health in adults: The Synergy Study. Oral presentation at the 17thInternational Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Hong Kong, China.

    178. Forbes CC, Keats M, Younis T, Vandelanotte C, Short CE, Blanchard CM. (2018). Development of a tailored, web-based physical activity program and exercise plan for breast cancer survivors. Poster presentation at the Annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana, 11-14 April.

    179. Forbes CC, Keats M, Younis T, Vandelanotte C, Short CE, Blanchard CM. (2018). Feasibility of tailored eHealth/mHealth physical activity and sedentary behaviour change advice among breast cancer survivors. Poster at the Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society, Galway, Ireland, 21-25 August.

    180. Ryan JC, Lopian L, Edney S, Van Kessel G, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C, Olds T, Maher C. (2018). It’s not raining men: attracting men to an online social networking physical activity program. Poster presented at the South Australian Cardiovascular Research Showcase, Adelaide, South Australia, October.

    181. Khalesi D, Williams S, Vandelanotte C(2018). Does the habit for ‘junk’ food intake add to nursing student’s psychological distress? Poster presentation at the 17thInternational Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Hong Kong, China.

    182. Rebar A, Rosenbaum S, Gardner B, Vandelanotte C(2018). Mind the gap: Integrating physical activity interventions into mental health care: An Exercise Psychology Theory-Based Approach to Addressing the Treatment Gap in the Integration of Physical Activity within Australia’s Mental Health Care System. Oral presentation at the 7th International Society for Physical Activity and Health Congress, London, UK15-17 October.

    183. Alley S, Samra P, Rebar A, Parkinson L, Power D, van Uffelen J, Schneiders A, Vandelanotte C(2018). Feasibility and effectiveness of eHealth interventions promoting physical activity in older adults. Invited symposium presentationat the 17thInternational Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Hong Kong, China.

    184. Maher C, Plotnikoff R, Vandelanotte C, Olds T, Nelson-Field K, Thomas S, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Sanders I, Ryan J (2018). Adapting an evidence-based mHealth online social networking physical activity intervention for mass dissemination. Oral presentation at the 17thInternational Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Hong Kong, China.

    185. Simons D, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Clarys P, De Cocker K, Vandelanotte C, Deforche B (2018). Effect and process evaluation of a mobile app to promote an active lifestyle in lower educated working young adults: A randomised controlled trial. Oral presentation at the 17thInternational Conference on Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity, June 3-6, Hong Kong, China.

    186. Kolt GS, Wood T, Duncan MJ, Caperchione CM, Maeder AJ, Rosenkranz RR, Savage TN, Tague R, van Itallie A, Mummery WK, Vandelanotte C,George ES (2018). The effect of a web-based physical activity promotion program on sedentary behavior: The WALK 2.0 trial. Abstracts of the American College of Sports Medicine 65th Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, USA. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 50(Suppl. 5), S484.

    MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES
    Public Health and Health Services - Health Promotion
    Prof Vandelanotte's research has a population-based approach to health behaviour change and is focussed on the development and evaluation of website-delivered, app-delivered and/or computer-tailored interventions for improving physical activity, sedentary behaviour, diet, weight, sleep and other health behaviours. His research includes examining the underlying reasons why people engage (or not) in health behaviours.
    Nutrition and Dietetics - Public Nutrition Intervention
    Prof Vandelanotte's research has a population-based approach to health behaviour change and is focussed on the development and evaluation of website-delivered, app-delivered and/or computer-tailored interventions for improving physical activity, sedentary behaviour, diet, weight, sleep and other health behaviours. His research includes examining the underlying reasons why people engage (or not) in health behaviours.
    Public Health and Health Services - Preventive Medicine
    Prof Vandelanotte's research has a population-based approach to health behaviour change and is focussed on the development and evaluation of website-delivered, app-delivered and/or computer-tailored interventions for improving physical activity, sedentary behaviour, diet, weight, sleep and other health behaviours. His research includes examining the underlying reasons why people engage (or not) in health behaviours.
    Human Movement and Sports Science - Sports Medicine
    Prof Vandelanotte's research has a population-based approach to health behaviour change and is focussed on the development and evaluation of website-delivered, app-delivered and/or computer-tailored interventions for improving physical activity, sedentary behaviour, diet, weight, sleep and other health behaviours. His research includes examining the underlying reasons why people engage (or not) in health behaviours.
    PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    Psychology - Sport and Exercise Psychology
    Prof Vandelanotte's research has a population-based approach to health behaviour change and is focussed on the development and evaluation of website-delivered, app-delivered and/or computer-tailored interventions for improving physical activity, sedentary behaviour, diet, weight, sleep and other health behaviours. His research includes examining the underlying reasons why people engage (or not) in health behaviours.
    Psychology - Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology
    Prof Vandelanotte's research has a population-based approach to health behaviour change and is focussed on the development and evaluation of website-delivered, app-delivered and/or computer-tailored interventions for improving physical activity, sedentary behaviour, diet, weight, sleep and other health behaviours. His research includes examining the underlying reasons why people engage (or not) in health behaviours.
    MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES
    Public Health and Health Services - Health Promotion
    e- & mHealth, websites, smartphone apps, computer-tailoring
    Public Health and Health Services - Preventive Medicine
    Physical Activity, Sedentary behaviour, diet and health
    Journal article

    Gordon, S., Vandelanotte, C., Rayward, A. T., Murawski, B., & Duncan, M. J. (2019). Sociodemographic and behavioral correlates of insufficient sleep in Australian adults. Sleep Health, 5(1), 12-17. doi:10.1016/j.sleh.2018.06.002

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    Khalesi, S., Bellissimo, N., Vandelanotte, C., Williams, S., Stanley, D., & Irwin, C. (2019). A review of probiotic supplementation in healthy adults: helpful or hype?. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 73(1), 24-37. doi:10.1038/s41430-018-0135-9

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    Oftedal, S., Kolt, G. S., Holliday, E. G., Stamatakis, E., Vandelanotte, C., Brown, W. J., & Duncan, M. J. (2019). Associations of health-behavior patterns, mental health and self-rated health. Preventive Medicine, 118, 295-303. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2018.11.017

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    Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M. J., Maher, C. A., Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., Power, D. A., . . . Alley, S. J. (2018). The effectiveness of a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention using Fitbit activity trackers: Randomized trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(12), 1-13. doi:10.2196/11321

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    Rebar, A. L., Alfrey, K., Gardner, B., & Vandelanotte, C. (2018). Health behaviours of Australian fly-in, fly-out workers and partners during on-shift and off-shift days: An ecological momentary assessment study. BMJ Open, 8(12), 1-7. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023631

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    Short, C. E., DeSmet, A., Woods, C., Williams, S. L., Maher, C., Middelweerd, A., . . . Crutzen, R. (2018). Measuring engagement in eHealth and mHealth behavior change interventions: Viewpoint of methodologies. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(11), 1-18. doi:10.2196/jmir.9397

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    Vandelanotte, C. (2018). Challenges and opportunities for e- and m-health-based behaviour change interventions. Perspectives in Public Health, 138(6), 307-308. doi:10.1177/1757913918801509

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    Haapasalo, V., de Vries, H., Vandelanotte, C., Rosenkranz, R. R., & Duncan, M. J. (2018). Cross-sectional associations between multiple lifestyle behaviours and excellent well-being in Australian adults. Preventive Medicine, 116, 119-125. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2018.09.003

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    Fredriksson, S. V., Alley, S. J., Rebar, A. L., Hayman, M., Vandelanotte, C., & Schoeppe, S. (2018). How are different levels of knowledge about physical activity associated with physical activity behaviour in Australian adults?. PLoS ONE, 13(11), 1-10. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0207003

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    Duncan, M. J., Brown, W. J., Burrows, T. L., Collins, C. E., Fenton, S., Glozier, N., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2018). Examining the efficacy of a multicomponent m-Health physical activity, diet and sleep intervention for weight loss in overweight and obese adults: randomised controlled trial protocol. BMJ open, 8(10), 1-14. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-026179

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    Samra, P. K., Parkinson, L., van Uffelen, J. G., Schoeppe, S., Power, D., Schneiders, A., . . . Alley, S. J. (2018). Physical Activity Attitudes, Preferences, and Experiences of Regionally-Based Australia Adults 65+ Years. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 1-21. doi:10.1123/japa.2017-0426

    Nikoloudakis, I. A., Crutzen, R., Rebar, A. L., Vandelanotte, C., Quester, P., Dry, M., . . . Short, C. E. (2018). Can you elaborate on that? Addressing participants’ need for cognition in computer-tailored health behavior interventions. Health Psychology Review, 12(4), 437-452. doi:10.1080/17437199.2018.1525571

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    Rosenkranz, R. R., Geller, K. S., Duncan, M. J., Caperchione, C. M., Vandelanotte, C., Maeder, A. J., . . . Kolt, G. S. (2018). Validity and reliability of measures assessing social-cognitive determinants of physical activity in low-active Australian adults. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 22(4), 322-331. doi:10.1080/1091367X.2018.1457963

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    Rayward, A. T., Murawski, B., Plotnikoff, R. C., Vandelanotte, C., Brown, W. J., Holliday, E. G., & Duncan, M. J. (2018). A randomised controlled trial to test the efficacy of an m-health delivered physical activity and sleep intervention to improve sleep quality in middle-aged adults: The Refresh Study Protocol. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 73, 36-50. doi:10.1016/j.cct.2018.08.007

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    Rebar, A., Rosenbaum, S., Gardner, B., & Vandelanotte, C. (2018). An exercise psychology theory-based approach to addressing the treatment gap in the integration of physical activity within Australia's Mental Health Care System. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 15(10 s1), S31. Retrieved from https://journals.humankinetics.com/doi/abs/10.1123/jpah.2018-0535

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    Macgregor, C. B., Meerkin, J. D., Alley, S. J., Vandelanotte, C., & Reaburn, P. J. (2018). Osteoporosis and low bone mineral density (osteopenia) in rural and remote Queensland. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 26(5), 369-374. doi:10.1111/ajr.12476

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    Simons, D., De Cocker, K., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Clarys, P., Vandelanotte, C., & Deforche, B. (2018). Promoting physical activity among young blue-collar workers in the manufacturing industry: The effect and process evaluation of a smartphone application. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 15(10 S1), S237. doi:10.1123/jpah.2018-0535

    Evans, H., Forbes, C. C., Galvao, D., Newton, R., Jones, L., Vandelanotte, C., . . . Short, C. E. (2018). A tailored eHealth guidance and exercise prescription tool for men with metastatic prostate cancer: a protocol for feasibility, safety and usability testing. BJU International, 122(S2), 19. Retrieved from https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bju.14473

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    Evans, H., Forbes, C. C., Galvao, D., Newton, R., Jones, L., Vandelanotte, C., . . . Short, C. E. (2018). Development of 'Exercise Guide': A tailored eHealth guidance and exercise prescription tool for men with metastatic prostate cancer. BJU International, 122(S2), 16-17. Retrieved from https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bju.14473

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    Simons, D., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Clarys, P., De Cocker, K., Vandelanotte, C., & Deforche, B. (2018). Effect and process evaluation of a smartphone app to promote an active lifestyle in lower educated working young adults: Cluster randomized controlled trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 6(8), 1-18. doi:10.2196/10003

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    Caperchione, C. M., Vandelanotte, C., Corry, K., Power, D., Gill, N., & Duncan, M. J. (2018). Qualitative exploration of the feasibility and acceptability of workplace-based microgrants to improve physical activity: The 10,000 Steps Pedometer Microgrant Scheme.. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 60(8), e406-e411. doi:10.1097/JOM.0000000000001376

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    Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M. J., Kolt, G. S., Caperchione, C. M., Savage, T. N., Van Itallie, A., . . . Mummery, W. K. (2018). More real-world trials are needed to establish if web-based physical activity interventions are effective.. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 1-2. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2018-099437

    Irwin, C., Vandelanotte, C., & Khalesi, S. (2018). Health check: should healthy people take probiotic supplements?. The Conversation, June 18, 2018, 1-4. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/

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    Alley, S. J., Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., Hayman, M., & Vandelanotte, C. (2018). Age differences in physical activity intentions and implementation intention preferences. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 41(3), 406-415. doi:10.1007/s10865-017-9899-y

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    Vincent, G. E., Jay, S. M., Sargent, C., Kovac, K., Lastella, M., Vandelanotte, C., . . . Ferguson, S. A. (2018). Does breaking up prolonged sitting when sleep restricted affect postprandial glucose responses and subsequent sleep architecture? - A pilot study. Chronobiology International, 821-826. doi:10.1080/07420528.2018.1466789

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    De Cocker, K., Cardon, G., Bennie, J. A., Kolbe-Alexander, T., De Meester, F., & Vandelanotte, C. (2018). From evidence-based research to practice-based evidence: Disseminating a web-based computer-tailored workplace sitting intervention through a health promotion organisation. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(5), 1-11. doi:10.3390/ijerph15051049

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    Alley, S. J., Rebar, A. L., Duncan, M. J., Hayman, M., Schoeppe, S., & Vandelanotte, C. (2018). Ten-year physical activity trends by location in Queensland.. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 26(4), 298-299. doi:10.1111/ajr.12415

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    Rebar, A. L., Jackson, B., Alfrey, K. -L., Gardner, B., Vandelanotte, C., & Dimmock, J. (2018). Using ecological momentary assessment to understand differences in associations of exercise time and psychological stress. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 52(S1), S601. doi:10.1093/abm/kay013

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    Forbes, C. C., Keats, M., Younis, T., Vandelanotte, C., Short, C., & Blanchard, C. (2018). Development of a tailored, web-based physical activity program and exercise plan for women diagnosed with breast cancer. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 52(S1), S683. doi:10.1093/abm/kay013

    Müller, A. M., Maher, C. A., Vandelanotte, C., Hingle, M., Middelweerd, A., Lopez, M. L., . . . Wark, P. A. (2018). Physical activity, sedentary behavior, and diet-related ehealth and mhealth research: Bibliometric analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(4), 1-18. doi:10.2196/jmir.8954

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    Alley, S., van Uffelen, J. G. Z., Duncan, M. J., De Cocker, K., Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., & Vandelanotte, C. (2018). Sitting time In adults 65 years and over: Behaviour, knowledge, and intentions to change. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 26(2), 276-283. doi:10.1123/japa.2016-0304

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    Hobbs, M., Duncan, M. J., Collins, P., Mckenna, J., Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2018). Clusters of health behaviours in Queensland adults are associated with different socio-demographic characteristics.. Journal of Public Health, 1-10. doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdy043

    Gardner, B., Alfrey, K. -L., Vandelanotte, C., & Rebar, A. L. (2018). Mental health and well-being concerns of fly-in fly-out workers and their partners in Australia: A qualitative study. BMJ Open, 8(3), 1-9. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-019516

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    Schoeppe, S., Vandelanotte, C., Rebar, A. L., Hayman, M., Duncan, M. J., & Alley, S. J. (2018). Do singles or couples live healthier lifestyles? Trends in Queensland between 2005-2014. PLoS ONE, 13(2), 1-14. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0192584

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    Simons, D., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Clarys, P., De Cocker, K., Vandelanotte, C., & Deforche, B. (2018). A smartphone app to promote an active lifestyle in lower-educated working young adults: Development, usability, acceptability, and feasibility study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 6(2), 1-18. doi:10.2196/mhealth.8287

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    Alley, S. J., Kolt, G. S., Duncan, M. J., Caperchione, C. M., Savage, T. N., Maeder, A. J., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2018). The effectiveness of a web 2.0 physical activity intervention in older adults: a randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 15, 1-11. doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0641-5

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    Cope, K., Vandelanotte, C., Short, C. E., Conroy, D. E., Rhodes, R. E., Jackson, B., . . . Rebar, A. L. (2018). Reflective and non-conscious responses to exercise images. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1-9. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02272

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    Murawski, B., Plotnikoff, R. C., Rayward, A. T., Vandelanotte, C., Brown, W. J., & Duncan, M. J. (2018). Randomised controlled trial using a theory-based m-health intervention to improve physical activity and sleep health in adults: the Synergy Study protocol. BMJ Open, 8(2), 1-20. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-018997

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    Vincent, G. E., Jay, S. M., Sargent, C., Kovac, K., Vandelanotte, C., Ridgers, N. D., & Ferguson, S. A. (2018). The impact of breaking up prolonged sitting on glucose metabolism and cognitive function when sleep is restricted. Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms, 4, 17-23. doi:10.1016/j.nbscr.2017.09.001

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    Vandelanotte, C., Kolt, G. S., Caperchione, C. M., Savage, T. N., Rosenkranz, R. R., Maeder, A. J., . . . Duncan, M. J. (2017). Effectiveness of a Web 2.0 intervention to increase physical activity in real-world settings: Randomized ecological trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19(11), 1-15. doi:10.2196/jmir.8484

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    Edney, S., Plotnikoff, R., Vandelanotte, C., Olds, T., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Ryan, J., & Maher, C. (2017). "Active Team" a social and gamified app-based physical activity intervention: Randomised controlled trial study protocol. BMC Public Health, 17(1), 1-10. doi:10.1186/s12889-017-4882-7

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    Short, C. E., James, E. L., Rebar, A. L., Duncan, M. J., Courneya, K. S., Plotnikoff, R. C., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2017). Designing more engaging computer-tailored physical activity behaviour change interventions for breast cancer survivors: Lessons from the iMove More for Life study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 25(11), 3569-3585. doi:10.1007/s00520-017-3786-5

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    Vincent, G. E., Jay, S. M., Sargent, C., Vandelanotte, C., Ridgers, N. D., & Ferguson, S. A. (2017). Improving cardiometabolic health with diet, physical activity, and breaking up sitting: What about sleep?. Frontiers in Physiology, 8, 1-7. doi:10.3389/fphys.2017.00865

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    Vincent, G. E., Jay, S. M., Vandelanotte, C., & Ferguson, S. A. (2017). Breaking up sitting with light-intensity physical activity: Implications for shift-workers. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14(10), 1-8. doi:10.3390/ijerph14101233

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    Vincent, G., Jay, S., Vandelanotte, C., Sargent, C., Kovac, K., Ridgers, N., & Ferguson, S. (2017). Does sleep restriction attenuate the benefits of interrupting sitting on glucose metabolism? A pilot study. Journal of Sleep Research, 26(suppl. 1), 43-44. doi:10.1111/jsr.28_12619

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    Duncan, M. J., Brown, W. J., Mummery, W. K., & Vandelanotte, C. (2017). 10,000 Steps Australia: A community-wide eHealth physical activity promotion programme. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 1-2. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2017-097625

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    Simons, D., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Clarys, P., de Geus, B., Vandelanotte, C., Van Cauwenberg, J., & Deforche, B. (2017). Choice of transport mode in emerging adulthood: Differences between secondary school students, studying young adults and working young adults and relations with gender, SES and living environment. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 103, 172-184. doi:10.1016/j.tra.2017.05.016

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    Alley, S., Wellens, P., Schoeppe, S., de Vries, H., Rebar, A. L., Short, C. E., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2017). Impact of increasing social media use on sitting time and body mass index. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 28(2), 91-95. doi:10.1071/HE16026

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    Duncan, M., Murawski, B., Short, C. E., Rebar, A. L., Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., . . . Kirwan, M. (2017). Activity trackers implement different behavior change techniques for activity, sleep, and sedentary behaviors. Interactive Journal of Medical Research, 6(2), 1-12. doi:10.2196/ijmr.6685

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    Kolt, G. S., George, E. S., Rebar, A. L., Duncan, M. J., Vandelanotte, C., Caperchione, C. M., . . . Rosenkranz, R. R. (2017). Associations between quality of life and duration and frequency of physical activity and sedentary behaviour: Baseline findings from the WALK 2.0 randomised controlled trial. PLoS ONE, 12(6), 1-14. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0180072

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    Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., Rebar, A. L., Hayman, M., Bray, N. A., Van Lippevelde, W., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2017). Apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour in children and adolescents: A review of quality, features and behaviour change techniques. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14, 1-10. doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0538-3

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    Kwasnicka, D., Vandelanotte, C., Rebar, A., Gardner, B., Short, C., Duncan, M., . . . Hagger, M. S. (2017). Comparing motivational, self-regulatory and habitual processes in a computer-tailored physical activity intervention in hospital employees - Protocol for the PATHS randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health, 17, 1-16. doi:10.1186/s12889-017-4415-4

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    Gilson, N. D., Pavey, T. G., Wright, O. R. L., Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M. J., Gomersall, S., . . . Brown, W. J. (2017). The impact of an m-Health financial incentives program on the physical activity and diet of Australian truck drivers. BMC Public Health, 17, 1-11. doi:10.1186/s12889-017-4380-y

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    De Cocker, K., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Cardon, G., & Vandelanotte, C. (2017). What are the working mechanisms of a web-based workplace sitting intervention targeting psychosocial factors and action planning?. BMC Public Health, 17, 1-10. doi:10.1186/s12889-017-4325-5

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    Simons, D., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Clarys, P., De Cocker, K., de Geus, B., Vandelanotte, C., . . . Deforche, B. (2017). Psychosocial and environmental correlates of active and passive transport behaviors in college educated and non-college educated working young adults. PLoS ONE, 12(3), 1-22. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0174263

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    Alley, S., Andersson, M., Burton, N., Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M., Happell, B., . . . Rebar, A. (2017). Web-based intervention preferences and physical activity motivation of people with depressive symptoms. Health Psychology Bulletin, 1(1), 7-14. doi:10.5334/hpb.3

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    Short, C. E., Rebar, A., James, E. L., Duncan, M. J., Courneya, K. S., Plotnikoff, R. C., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2017). How do different delivery schedules of tailored web-based physical activity advice for breast cancer survivors influence intervention use and efficacy?. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 11(1), 80-91. doi:10.1007/s11764-016-0565-0

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    Schoeppe, S., Vandelanotte, C., Bere, E., Lien, N., Verloigne, M., Kovács, É., . . . Van Lippevelde, W. (2017). The influence of parental modelling on children's physical activity and screen time: Does it differ by gender?. European Journal of Public Health, 27(1), 152-157. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckw182

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    Paterson, J. L., Reynolds, A. C., Duncan, M., Vandelanotte, C., & Ferguson, S. A. (2017). Barriers and enablers to modifying sleep behavior in adolescents and young adults: A qualitative investigation. Behavioural Sleep Medicine, 1-13. doi:10.1080/15402002.2016.1266489

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    Alley, S., Duncan, M. J., Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., & Vandelanotte, C. (2017). 8-year trends in physical activity, nutrition, TV viewing time, smoking, alcohol and BMI: A comparison of younger and older Queensland adults. PLOS ONE, 12(3), 1-14. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0172510

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    Rebar, A. L., Johnston, R., Paterson, J. L., Short, C. E., Schoeppe, S., & Vandelanotte, C. (2017). A test of how Australian adults allocate time for physical activity. Behavioral Medicine, 1-6. doi:10.1080/08964289.2017.1361902

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    Hayman, M., Reaburn, P., Browne, M., Vandelanotte, C., Alley, S., & Short, C. E. (2017). Feasibility, acceptability and efficacy of a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention for pregnant women - the Fit4Two randomised controlled trial. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 17(1), 1-10. doi:10.1186/s12884-017-1277-9

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    Kolt, G. S., Rosenkranz, R. R., Vandelanotte, C., Caperchione, C. M., Maeder, A. J., Tague, R., . . . Duncan, M. (2017). Using Web 2.0 applications to promote health-related physical activity: Findings from the WALK 2.0 randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 51(19), 1433-1440. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2016-096890

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    Verhoeven, H., Simons, D., Van Cauwenberg, J., Van Dyck, D., Vandelanotte, C., de Geus, B., . . . Deforche, B. (2016). Promoting active transport in older adolescents before they obtain their driving licence: A matched control intervention study. PLOS ONE, 11(12), 1-20. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0168594

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    Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., Van Lippevelde, W., Bray, N. A., Williams, S. L., Duncan, M. J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Efficacy of interventions that use apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour: A systematic review.. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 13, 1-26. doi:10.1186/s12966-016-0454-y

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    Duncan, M. J., Rosenkranz, R. R., Vandelanotte, C., Caperchione, C. M., Rebar, A. L., Maeder, A. J., . . . Kolt, G. S. (2016). What is the impact of obtaining medical clearance to participate in a randomised controlled trial examining a physical activity intervention on the socio-demographic and risk factor profiles of included participants?. Trials, 17, 1-6. doi:10.1186/s13063-016-1715-4

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    Rebar, A. L., Dimmock, J. A., Jackson, B., Rhodes, R. E., Kates, A., Starling, J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). A systematic review of the effects of non-conscious regulatory processes in physical activity. Health Psychology Review, 10(4), 395-407. doi:10.1080/17437199.2016.1183505

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    Rebar, A. L., Boles, C., Burton, N. W., Duncan, M. J., Short, C. E., Happell, B., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Healthy mind, healthy body: A randomized trial testing the efficacy of a computer-tailored vs. interactive web-based intervention for increasing physical activity and reducing depressive symptoms. Mental Health and Physical Activity, 11, 29-37. doi:10.1016/j.mhpa.2016.08.001

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    Duncan, M. J., Vandelanotte, C., Trost, S. G., Rebar, A. L., Rogers, N., Burton, N. W., . . . Brown, W. J. (2016). Balanced: A randomised trial examining the efficacy of two self-monitoring methods for an app-based multi-behaviour intervention to improve physical activity, sitting and sleep in adults. BMC Public Health, 16, 1-14. doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3256-x

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    Granger, D., Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M. J., Alley, S., Schoeppe, S., Short, C., & Rebar, A. (2016). Is preference for mHealth intervention delivery platform associated with delivery platform familiarity?. BMC Public Health, 16(1), 619-625. doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3316-2

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    Stanton, R., Guertler, D., Duncan, M. J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Agreement between activPAL3c accelerometers placed at different thigh positions. Gait and Posture, 48, 230-236. doi:10.1016/j.gaitpost.2016.06.013

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    Alley, S., Schoeppe, S., Guertler, D., Jennings, C., Duncan, M. J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Interest and preferences for using advanced physical activity tracking devices: Results of a national cross-sectional survey. BMJ Open, 6(7), 1-9. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011243

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    James, E., Freund, M., Booth, A., Duncan, M. J., Johnson, N., Short, C. E., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Comparative efficacy of simultaneous versus sequential multiple health behavior change interventions among adults: A systematic review of randomised trials. Preventive Medicine, 89, 211-223. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2016.06.012

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    Nikoloudakis, I. A., Vandelanotte, C., Rebar, A. L., Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., Duncan, M. J., & Short, C. E. (2018). Examining the correlates of online health information-seeking behavior among men compared with women. American Journal of Men's Health, 12(5), 1358-1367. doi:10.1177/1557988316650625

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    De Cocker, K., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Cardon, G., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). The effectiveness of a web-based computer-tailored intervention on workplace sitting: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(5), 1-14. doi:10.2196/jmir.5266

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    Schoeppe, S., Rebar, A. L., Short, C. E., Alley, S., Van Lippevelde, W., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). How is adults' screen time behaviour influencing their views on screen time restrictions for children? A cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 16, 1-5. doi:10.1186/s12889-016-2789-3

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    Vandelanotte, C., Müller, A. M., Short, C. E., Hingle, M., Nathan, N., Williams, S. L., . . . Maher, C. A. (2016). Past, present, and future of eHealth and mHealth research to improve physical activity and dietary behaviors. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 48(3), 219-228. doi:10.1016/j.jneb.2015.12.006

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    Verhoeven, H., Simons, D., Van Dyck, D., Van Cauwenberg, J., Clarys, P., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., . . . Deforche, B. (2016). Psychosocial and environmental correlates of walking, cycling, public transport, and passive transport to various destinations in Flemish older adolescents. PLOS ONE, 11(1), 1-19. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0147128

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    Alley, S., Jennings, C., Plotnikoff, R. C., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). An evaluation of web- and print-based methods to attract people to a physical activity intervention. JMIR Research Protocols, 5(2), 1-15. doi:10.2196/resprot.4826

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    Rebar, A. L., Schoeppe, S., Alley, S. J., Short, C. E., Dimmock, J. A., Jackson, B., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Automatic evaluation stimuli: The most frequently used words to describe physical activity and the pleasantness of physical activity. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1-7. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01277

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    Gilson, N., Pavey, T., Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M., Gomersall, S., Trost, S., & Brown, W. (2016). Chronic disease risks and use of a smartphone application during a physical activity and dietary intervention in Australian truck drivers. Australian and New Zealand journal of public health., 40(1), 91-93. doi:10.1111/1753-6405.12501

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    Duncan, M., Kline, C., Rebar, A., Vandelanotte, C., & Short, C. (2016). Greater bed- and wake-time variability is associated with less healthy lifestyle behaviors : a cross-sectional study. Journal of public health., 24(1), 31-40. doi:10.1007/s10389-015-0693-4

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    Short, C., Hayman, M., Rebar, A., Gunn, K., De Cocker, K., Duncan, M., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Physical activity recommendations from general practitioners in Australia. Results from a national survey. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health., 40(1), 83-90. doi:10.1111/1753-6405.12455

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    Caperchione, C., Duncan, M., Rosenkranz, R., Vandelanotte, C., Van Itallie, A., Savage, T., . . . Kolt, G. (2016). Recruitment, screening, and baseline participant characteristics in the WALK 2.0 Study: A randomized controlled trial using web 2.0 applications to promote physical activity. Contemporary clinical trials communications., 2, 25-33. doi:10.1016/j.conctc.2015.12.004

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    Müller, A., Alley, S., Schoeppe, S., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). The effectiveness of e-& mHealth interventions to promote physical activity and healthy diets in developing countries: A systematic review. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 13, 1-14. doi:10.1186/s12966-016-0434-2

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    Alley, S., Jennings, C., Plotnikoff, R. C., & Vandelanotte, C. (2016). Web-based video-coaching to assist an automated computer-tailored physical activity intervention for inactive adults: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(8), 1-16. doi:10.2196/jmir.5664

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    Short, C. E., Rebar, A. L., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). Erratum: Do personalised e-mail invitations increase the response rates of breast cancer survivors invited to participate in a web-based behaviour change intervention? A quasi-randomised 2-arm controlled trial (BMC Medical Research Methodology (2015) 15 (66) DOI:10.1186/s12874-015-0063-5). BMC Medical Research Methodology, 15, 102. doi:10.1186/s12874-015-0095-x

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    Vandelanotte, C., Stanton, R., Rebar, A. L., Van Itallie, A. K., Caperchione, C. M., Duncan, M. J., . . . Kolt, G. S. (2015). Physical activity screening to recruit inactive randomized controlled trial participants : How much is too much?. Trials., 16, 446-448. doi:10.1186/s13063-015-0976-7

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    Rebar, A., Stanton, R., Geard, D., Short, C., Duncan, M., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). A meta-meta-analysis of the effect of physical activity on depression and anxiety in non-clinical adult populations. Health psychology review., 9(3), 366-378. doi:10.1080/17437199.2015.1022901

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    Maher, C., Ferguson, M., Vandelanotte, C., Plotnikoff, R., Bourdeaudhuij, I., Thomas, S., . . . Olds, T. (2015). A web-based, social networking physical activity intervention for insufficiently active adults delivered via Facebook app : randomized controlled trial. Journal of medical Internet research., 17(7), 174-188. doi:10.2196/jmir.4086

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    Rodgers, W., Selzler, A. M., Vandelanotte, C., & Stickland, M. (2015). Adapting to the medium and the message : willingness and confidence of COPD patients to use electonic deivces for health information management. European health psychologist., 17(1), 18-24. Retrieved from http://www.ehps.net/ehp/index.php/contents/issue/view/ehp.v17.i1/showtoc

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    Pimm, R., Vandelanotte, C., Rhodes, R., Short, C., Duncan, M., & Rebar, A. (2015). Cue consistency associated with physical activity automaticity and behaviour. Behavioral medicine., (2015), 1-22. doi:10.1080/08964289.2015.1017549

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    Hemmis, L., De Vries, H., Vandelanotte, C., Short, C., Duncan, M., Burton, N., & Rebar, A. (2015). Depressive symptoms associated with psychological correlates of physical activity and perceived helpfulness of intervention features. Mental health and physical activity., 9, 16-23. doi:10.1016/j.mhpa.2015.08.001

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    Short, C., Rebar, A., Plotnikoff, R., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). Designing engaging online behaviour change interventions : a proposed model of user engagement. European health psychologist., 17(1), 32-38. Retrieved from http://www.ehps.net/ehp/index.php/contents/issue/view/ehp.v17.i1/showtoc

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    De Cocker, K., Charlier, C., Van Hoof, E., Pauwels, E., Lechner, L., Bourgois, J., . . . Bourdeaudhuij, I. (2015). Development and usability of a computer-tailored pedometer-based physical activity advice for breast cancer survivors. European journal of cancer care., VOL(ISSUE), 1. doi:10.1111/ecc.12225

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    Short, C., Rebar, A., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). Do personalised e-mail invitations increase the response rates of breast cancer survivors invited to participate in a web-based behaviour change intervention? : a quasi-randomised 2-arm controlled trial. BMC medical research methodology., 15, 66-69. doi:10.1186/s12874-015-0063-5

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    Compernolle, S., Vandelanotte, C., Cardon, G., Bourdeaudhuij, I., & De Cocker, K. (2015). Effectiveness of a web-based, computer-tailored, pedometer-based physical activity intervention for adults : a cluster-randomized controlled trial. Journal of medical internet research., 17(2), 1-15. doi:10.2196/jmir.3402

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    Guertler, D., Vandelanotte, C., Kirwan, M., & Duncan, M. (2015). Engagement and nonusage attrition with a free physical activity promotion program : the case of 10,000 Steps Australia. Journal of medical internet research., 17(7), 176-190. doi:10.2196/jmir.4339

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    Caperchione, C., Duncan, M., Kolt, G., Vandelanotte, C., Rosenkranz, R., Maeder, A., . . . Mummery, W. (2015). Examining an Australian physical activity and nutrition intervention useing RE-AIM. Health promotion international., (2015), 1-9. doi:10.1093/heapro/dav005

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    Dickfos, M., King, D., Parekh, S., Boyle, F., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). General practitioners’ perceptions of and involvement in health behaviour change : can computer-tailored interventions help?. Primary health care research and development., 16(3), 316-321. doi:10.1017/S1463423614000498

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    Vandelanotte, C., Short, C., Rockloff, M., Di Milia, L., Ronan, K., Happell, B., & Duncan, M. (2015). How do different occupational factors influence total, occupational and leisure-time physical activity?. Journal of physical activity and health., 12(2), 200-204. doi:10.1123/jpah.2013-0098

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    Duncan, M., Short, C., Rashid, M., Cutumisu, N., Vandelanotte, C., & Plotnikoff, R. (2015). Identifying correlates of breaks in occupational sitting : a cross-sectional study. Building research and information., 43(5), 646-658. doi:10.1080/09613218.2015.1045712

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    Schoeppe, S., Duncan, M., Badland, H., Alley, S., Williams, S., Rebar, A., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). Socio-demographic factors and neighbourhood social cohesion influence adults’ willingness to grant children greater independent mobility : a cross-sectional study. BMC public health., 15, 690-697. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2053-2

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    Vandelanotte, C., Short, C., Plotnikoff, R., Hooker, C., Canoy, D., Rebar, A., . . . Duncan, M. (2015). TaylorActive : examining the effectiveness of web-based personally-tailored videos to increase physical activity : a randomised controlled trial protocol. BMC public health., 15, 1-14. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2363-4

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    Guertler, D., Vandelanotte, C., Short, C., Alley, S., Schoeppe, S., & Duncan, M. (2015). The association between physical activity, sitting time, sleep duration, and sleep quality, as correlates of presenteeism. Journal of occupational and environmental medicine., 57(3), 321-328. doi:10.1097/JOM.0000000000000355

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    De Cocker, K., Bourdeaudhuij, I., Cardon, G., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). Theory-driven, web-based, computer-tailored advice to reduce and interrupt sitting at work : development, feasibility and acceptability testing among employees. BMC Public Health, 15, 151-167. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2288-y

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    Schoeppe, S., Duncan, M., Badland, H., Rebar, A., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). Too far from home? : adult attitudes on children's independent mobility range. Children's geographies., (2015), 1-8. doi:10.1080/14733285.2015.1116685

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    Rosenkranz, R., Duncan, M., Caperchione, C., Kolt, G., Vandelanotte, C., Maeder, A., . . . Mummery, W. (2015). Validity of the Stages of Change in Steps instrument (SoC-Step) for achieving the physical activity goal of 10,000 steps per day. BMC public health., 15, 1197-1206. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2539-y

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    Barnett, A., Cerin, E., Vandelanotte, C., Matsumoto, A., & Jenkins, D. (2015). Validity of treadmill- and track-based individual calibration methods for estimating free-living walking speed and VO2 using the Actigraph accelerometer. BMC sports science, medicine and rehabilitation., 7, 1-11. doi:10.1186/s13102-015-0024-7

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    Vandelanotte, C., & Maher, C. (2015). Why we need more than just randomized controlled trials to establish the effectiveness of online social networks for health behavior change. American journal of health promotion., 30(2), 74-76. doi:10.4278/ajhp.141204-CIT-605

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    Short, C., Vandelanotte, C., Rebar, A., & Duncan, M. (2014). A comparison of correlates associated with adult physical activity behavior in major cities and regional settings. Health psychology., 33(11), 1319-1327. doi:10.1037/hea0000027

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    Maher, C., Lewis, L., Ferrar, K., Marshall, S., Bourdeaudhuij, I., & Vandelanotte, C. (2014). Are health behavior change interventions that use online social networks effective? : A systematic review. Journal of medical internet research., VOL(ISSUE), 40-53. doi:10.2196/jmir.2952

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    Rebar, A., Vandelanotte, C., van Uffelen, J., Short, C., & Duncan, M. (2014). Associations of overall sitting time and sitting time in different contexts with depression, anxiety, and stress symptoms. Mental health and physical activity., 7(2), 105-110. doi:10.1016/j.mhpa.2014.02.004

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    Short, C., James, E., Vandelanotte, C., Courneya, K., Duncan, M., Rebar, A., & Plotnikoff, R. (2014). Correlates of resistance training in post-treatment breast cancer survivors. Supportive care in cancer., 22(10), 2757-2766. doi:10.1007/s00520-014-2273-5

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    Duncan, M., Kline, C., Vandelanotte, C., Sargent, C., Rogers, N., & Di Milia, L. (2014). Cross-sectional associations between multiple lifestyle behaviors and health-related quality of life in the 10,000 Steps cohort. PLoS ONE., 9(4), 1-9. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0094184

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    Rebar, A., Duncan, M., Short, C., & Vandelanotte, C. (2014). Differences in health-related quality of life between three clusters of physical activity, sitting time, depression, anxiety, and stress. BMC public health., 14, 1-6. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-14-1088

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    Alley, S., Jennings, C., Persaud, N., Plotnikoff, R., Horsley, M., & Vandelanotte, C. (2014). Do personally tailored videos in a web-based physical activity intervention lead to higher attention and recall? : An eye-tracking study. Frontiers in public health., 2(13), 1-7. doi:10.3389/fpubh.2014.00013

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    Duncan, M., Vandelanotte, C., Noakes, M., Tague, R., Taylor, P., Viljoen, P., . . . Maeder, A. (2014). Effectiveness of a Web- and mobile phone-based intervention to promote physical activity and healthy eating in middle-aged males: randomized controlled trial of the ManUp study. Journal of medical internet research., 16(6), 1-21. doi:10.2196/jmir.3107

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    Davies, C., Vandelanotte, C., Caperchione, C., & Mummery, W. (2014). Effectiveness of a web-based physical activity intervention for adults with Type 2 diabetes : a randomised controlled trial. Preventive medicine., 60, 33-40. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2013.12.011

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    Schulz, D., Kremers, S., Vandelanotte, C., Van Adrichem, M., Schneider, F., Candel, M., & De Vries, H. (2014). Effects of a web-based tailored multiple-lifestyle intervention for adults : a two-year randomized controlled trial comparing sequential and simultaneous delivery modes. Journal of medical internet research., 16(1), 26-34. doi:10.2196/jmir.3094

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    Short, C., Dixon, M., Kolt, G., Maeder, A., Ding, H., Vandelanotte, C., . . . Duncan, M. (2014). Examining participant engagement in an information technology-based physical activity and nutrition intervention for men : the Manup randomized controlled trial. JMIR research protocols., 3(1), 1-13. doi:10.2196/resprot.2776

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    Vandelanotte, C., Kirwan, M., Rebar, A., Alley, S., Short, C., Fallon, L., . . . Duncan, M. (2014). Examining the use of evidence-based and social media supported tools in freely accessible physical activity intervention websites. International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity., 11(1), 1-12. doi:10.1186/s12966-014-0105-0

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    Short, C., Vandelanotte, C., & Duncan, M. (2014). Individual characteristics associated with physical activity intervention delivery mode preferences among adults. International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity., 11(1), 25-35. doi:10.1186/1479-5868-11-25

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    Stanton, R., Vandelanotte, C., & Duncan, M. (2014). Interdevice baseline signal magnitude variability of the ActivPAL3 activity monitor. Gait & posture., 39(1), 618-620. doi:10.1016/j.gaitpost.2013.06.013

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    Alley, S., Davies, C., Plotnikoff, R., & Vandelanotte, C. (2014). My Activity Coach – using video-coaching to assist a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention : a randomised controlled trial protocol. BMC public health., 14(1), 738-749. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-14-738

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    Parekh, S., King, D., Boyle, F., & Vandelanotte, C. (2014). Randomized controlled trial of a computer-tailored multiple health behaviour intervention in general practice : 12-month follow-up results. International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity., 11(1), 41-51. doi:10.1186/1479-5868-11-41

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    De Cocker, K., Duncan, M., Short, C., van Uffelen, J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2014). Understanding occupational sitting : prevalence, correlates and moderating effects in Australian employees. Preventive medicine., 67, 288-294. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2014.07.031

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    Soetens, K., Vandelanotte, C., De Vries, H., & Mummery, W. (2014). Using online computer tailoring to promote physical activity: a randomized trial of text, video, and combined intervention delivery modes. Journal of Health Communication, 19(12), 1377-1392. doi:10.1080/10810730.2014.894597

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    Stanton, R., Guertler, D., Duncan, M., & Vandelanotte, C. (2014). Validation of a pouch-mounted activPAL3 accelerometer. Gait & posture., 40(4), 688-693. doi:10.1016/j.gaitpost.2014.07.024

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    Caperchione, C., Kolt, G., Savage, T., Rosenkranz, R., Maeder, A., Vandelanotte, C., . . . Mummery, W. (2014). WALK 2.0 : examining the effectiveness of Web 2.0 features to increase physical activity in a 'real world' setting : an ecological trial. BMJ open., 4(10), 1-7. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2014-006374

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    Duncan, M., Gilson, N., & Vandelanotte, C. (2014). Which population groups are most unaware of CVD risks associated with sitting time?. Preventive medicine., 65, 103-108. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2014.05.009

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    Simons, D., Clarys, P., Bourdeaudhuij, I., Geus, B., Vandelanotte, C., & Deforche, B. (2014). Why do young adults choose different transport modes? : a focus group study. Transport policy., 36, 151-159. doi:10.1016/j.tranpol.2014.08.009

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    Taylor, P., Kolt, G., Caperchione, C., Mummery, W., George, E., Karunanithi, M., . . . Vandelanotte, C. (2013). A review of the nature and effectiveness of nutrition interventions in adult males : a guide for intervention strategies. International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity., 10(1), 13-25. doi:10.1186/1479-5868-10-1310.1186/1479-5868-10-13

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    Vandelanotte, C. (2013). Are simultaneously delivered health behavior change interventions the way of the future? : a comment on King et al.. Annals of behavioral medicine., 46(2), 133-134. doi:10.1007/s12160-013-9511-9

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    Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M., Short, C., Rockloff, M., Ronan, K., Happell, B., & Di Milia, L. (2013). Associations between occupational indicators and total, work-based and leisure-time sitting : a cross-sectional study. BMC public health., 131, 1110-1118. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-1110

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    Kirwan, M., Duncan, M., Vandelanotte, C., & Mummery, W. (2013). Design, development, and formative evaluation of a smartphone application for recording and monitoring physical activity levels : the 10,000 steps 'iStepLog'. Health education and behavior., 40(2), 140-151. doi:10.1177/1090198112449460

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    Duncan, M., Rashid, M., Vandelanotte, C., Cutumisu, N., & Plotnikoff, R. (2013). Development and reliability testing of a self-report instrument to measure the office layout as a correlate of occupational sitting. International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity., 10(16), 1-12. doi:10.1186/1479-5868-10-16

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    Kirwan, M., Vandelanotte, C., Fenning, A., & Duncan, M. (2013). Diabetes self-management smartphone application for adults with type 1 diabetes : randomized controlled trial. Journal of medical internet research., 15(11), 235-249. doi:10.2196/jmir.2588

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    Simons, D., Clarys, P., Bourdeaudhuij, I., Geus, B., Vandelanotte, C., & Deforche, B. (2013). Factors influencing mode of transport in older adolescents : a qualitative study. BMC public health., 131, 323-333. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-323

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    Di Milia, L., Vandelanotte, C., & Duncan, M. (2013). The association between short sleep and obesity after controlling for demographic, lifestyle, work and health related factors. Sleep medicine., 14(4), 319-323. doi:10.1016/j.sleep.2012.12.007

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    Kolt, G., Rosenkranz, R., Savage, T., Maeder, A., Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M., . . . Mummery, W. (2013). WALK 2.0 - Using Web 2.0 applications to promote health-related physical activity : a randomised controlled trial protocol. BMC public health., 13, 436-445. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-436

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    Vandelanotte, C., Caperchione, C., Viljoen, P., Mummery, W., Ellison, M., George, E., . . . Hooker, C. (2013). What kinds of website and mobile-phone delivered physical activity and nutrition interventions do middle aged men want?. Journal of health communication., 18, 1070-1083. doi:10.1080/10810730.2013.768731

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    Clark, R., Tideman, P., Tirimacco, R., Wanguhu, K., Poulsen, V., Simpson, P., . . . Mummery, W. (2012). A pilot study of the feasibility of an internet-based electronic Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation (eOCR) programme in rural primary care. Heart, lung and circulation., 22(5), 352-359. doi:10.1016/j.hlc.2012.11.005

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    George, E., Kolt, G., Duncan, M., Caperchione, C., Mummery, W., Vandelanotte, C., . . . Noakes, M. (2012). A review of the effectiveness of physical activity interventions for adult males. Sports medicine., 42(4), 281-300.

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    Davies, C., Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M., & van Uffelen, J. (2012). Associations of physical activity and screen-time on health related quality of life in adults. Preventive medicine., 55(1), 46-49. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2012.05.003

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    Ammann, R., Vandelanotte, C., De Vries, H., & Mummery, W. (2012). Can a website-delivered computer-tailored physical activity intervention be acceptable, usable and effective for older people?. Health education and behavior., 40(2), 160-170. doi:10.1177/1090198112461791

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    Parekh, S., Vandelanotte, C., King, D., & Boyle, F. (2012). Design and baseline characteristics of the 10 Small Steps Study : a randomised controlled trial of an intervention to promote healthy behaviour using a lifestyle score and personalised feedback. BMC public health., 12, 179-187. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-12-179

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    Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M., Plotnikoff, R., & Mummery, W. (2012). Do participants' preferences for mode of delivery (text, video, or both) influence the effectiveness of a web-based physical activity intervention?. Journal of medical internet research., 14(1), 1. doi:10.2196/jmir.1998

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    Duncan, M., Vandelanotte, C., Maeder, A., Noakes, M., Tague, R., Taylor, P., . . . Kolt, G. (2012). Effectiveness of a website and mobile phone based physical activity and nutrition intervention for middle-aged males : trial protocol and baseline findings of the ManUp Study. BMC public health., 12, 656-669. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-656

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    Davies, C., Duncan, M., Vandelanotte, C., Hall, S., Corry, K., & Hooker, C. (2012). Exploring the feasibility of implementing a pedometer-based physical activity program in primary school settings : a case study of 10,000 steps. Health promotion journal of Australia., 23(2), 141-144.

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    Parekh, S., Vandelanotte, C., King, D., & Boyle, F. (2012). Improving diet, physical activity and other lifestyle behaviours using computer-tailored advice in general practice: a randomised controlled trial. International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity., 9, 108-1-108-10. doi:10.1186/1479-5868-9-108

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    Davies, C., Spence, J., Vandelanotte, C., Caperchione, C., & Mummery, W. (2012). Meta-analysis of internet-delivered interventions to increase physical activity levels. International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity., 9(52), 1-13. doi:10.1186/1479-5868-9-52

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    Davies, C., Corry, K., Van Itallie, A., Vandelanotte, C., Caperchione, C., & Mummery, W. (2012). Prospective associations between intervention components and website engagement in a publicly available physical activity website: the case of 10,000 Steps Australia. Journal of medical internet research., 14(1), e4-1-e4-14. doi:10.2196/jmir.1792

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    Duncan, M., Vandelanotte, C., Caperchione, C., Hanley, C., & Mummery, W. (2012). Temporal trends in and relationships between screen time, physical activity, overweight and obesity. BMC public health., 12, 1060-1069. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-1060

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    Kirwan, M., Duncan, M., Vandelanotte, C., & Mummery, W. (2012). Using smartphone technology to monitor physical activity in the 10,000 Steps Program : a matched case-control trial. Journal of medical internet research., 14(2), 1-10. doi:10.2196/jmir.1950

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    De Cocker, K., Spittaels, H., Cardon, G., Bourdeaudhuij, I., & Vandelanotte, C. (2012). Web-based, computer-tailored, pedometer-based physical activity advice : development, dissemination through general practice, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy in a randomized controlled trial. Journal of medical internet research., 14(2), 1-13. doi:10.2196/jmir.1959

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    Caperchione, C., Vandelanotte, C., Kolt, G., Duncan, M., Ellison, M., George, E., & Mummery, W. (2012). What a man wants : understanding the challenges and motivations to physical activity participation and healthy eating in middle-aged Australian men. American journal of men's health., 6(6), 453-461. doi:10.1177/1557988312444718

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    Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M., Hanley, C., & Mummery, W. (2011). Identifying population subgroups at risk for underestimating weight health risks and overestimating physical activity health benefits. Journal of health psychology., 16(5), 760-769. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1359105310390543

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    Vandelanotte, C., & Mummery, W. (2011). Qualitative and quantitative research into the development and feasibility of a video-tailored physical activity intervention. International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity., 8, 1-11. doi:10.1186/1479-5868-8-70

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    Vandelanotte, C., Duncan, M., Caperchione, C., Hanley, C., & Mummery, W. (2010). Physical activity trends in Queensland (2002 to 2008) : are women becoming more active than men?. Australian and New Zealand journal of public health., 34(3), 248-254. doi:10.1111/j.1753-6405.2010.00521.x

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    Vandelanotte, C., Dwyer, T., Van Itallie, A., Hanley, C., & Mummery, W. (2010). The development of an internet-based outpatient cardiac rehabilitation intervention : a Delphi study. BMC cardiovascular disorders., 10(27), 1-8. Retrieved from http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2261/10/27

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    Vandelanotte, C., Sugiyama, T., Gardiner, P., & Owen, N. (2009). Associations of leisure-time internet and computer use with overweight and obesity, physical activity and sedentary behaviors : cross-sectional study. Journal of medical internet research., 11(3). doi:10.2196/jmir.1084

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    Cerin, E., Vandelanotte, C., Leslie, E., & Merom, D. (2008). Recreational facilities and leisure-time physical activity : an analysis of moderators and self-efficacy as a mediator. Health psychology., 27(2(Suppl.)), 126-135. doi:10.1037/0278-6133.27.2(Suppl.).S126

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    Haerens, L., Deforche, B., Maes, L., Brug, J., Vandelanotte, C., & Bourdeaudhuij, I. (2007). A computer-tailored dietary fat intake intervention for adolescents : results of a randomized controlled trial. Annals of behavioral medicine., 34(3), 253-262. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02874550

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    Vandelanotte, C., Reeves, M., Brug, J., & Bourdeaudhuij, I. (2007). A randomized trial of sequential and simultaneous multiple behavior change interventions for physical activity and fat intake. Preventive medicine., 46, 232-237. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2007.07.008

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    Vandelanotte, C., & Bourdeaudhuij, I. (2003). Acceptability and feasibility of a computer-tailored physical activity intervention using stages of change : project FAITH. Health education research., 18(3), 304-317. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/her/cyf027(viewed

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    Vandelanotte, C., Bourdeaudhuij, I., & Brug, J. (2004). Acceptability and feasibility of an interactive computer-tailored fat intake intervention in Belgium. Health promotion international., 19(4), 463-470. doi:10.1093/heapro/dah408

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    Haerens, L., Deforche, B., Vandelanotte, C., Maes, L., & Bourdeaudhuij, I. (2007). Acceptability, feasibility and effectiveness of a computer-tailored physical activity intervention in adolescents. Patient education and counseling., 66, 303-310. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2007.01.003

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    Bourdeaudhuij, I., Brug, J., Vandelanotte, C., & Van Oost, P. (2002). Differences in impact between a family - versus an individual-based tailored intervention to reduce fat intake. Health education research., 17(4), 435-449.

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    Spittaels, H., Bourdeaudhuij, I., Brug, J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2007). Effectiveness of an online computer-tailored physical activity intervention in a real-life setting. Health education research., 22(3), 385-396. doi:10.1093/her/cyl096

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    Spittaels, H., Bourdeaudhuij, I., & Vandelanotte, C. (2007). Evaluation of a website-delivered computer-tailored intervention for increasing physical activity in the general population. Preventive medicine., 44, 209-217. doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2006.11.010

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    Bourdeaudhuij, I., Stevens, V., Vandelanotte, C., & Brug, J. (2007). Evaluation of an interactive computer-tailored nutrition intervention in a real-life setting. Annals of behavioral medicine., 33(1), 39-48. doi:10.1207/s15324796abm3301_5

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    Vandelanotte, C., Bourdeaudhuij, I., Philippaerts, R., Sjöström, M., & Sallis, J. (2005). Reliability and validity of a computerized and Dutch version of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ). Journal of physical activity and health., 2(1), 63-75.

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    Vandelanotte, C., Matthys, C., & Bourdeaudhuij, I. (2004). Reliability and validity of a computerized questionnaire to measure fat intake in Belgium. Nutrition research., 24(8), 621-631. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nutres.2003.12.008

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    Eakin, E., Lawler, S., Vandelanotte, C., & Owen, N. (2007). Telephone interventions for physical activity and dietary behavior change : a systematic review. American journal of preventive medicine., 32(5), 419-434. doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2007.01.004

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    Bourdeaudhuij, I., Sallis, J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2002). Tracking and explanation of physical activity in young adults over a 7-year period. Research quarterly for exercise and sport., 73(4), 376-385.

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    Vandelanotte, C., Bourdeaudhuij, I., & Brug, J. (2007). Two-year follow-up of sequential and simultaneous interactive computer-tailored interventions for increasing physical activity and decreasing fat intake. Annals of behavioral medicine., 33(2), 213-219. doi:10.1007/BF02879903

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    Vandelanotte, C., Spathonis, K., Eakin, E., & Owen, N. (2007). Website-delivered physical activity interventions : a review of the literature. American journal of preventive medicine., 33(1), 54-64. doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2007.02.041

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    Conference paper

    Schoeppe, S., Alley, S., Rebar, A. I., Hayman, M., Duncan, M. J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2017). Do singles or couples live healthier lifestyles?: Trends in Queensland between 2005-2014. In Abstract book for the ISBNPA 2017 Annual Meeting (pp. 287-288). Online: International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Retrieved from http://eventmobi.com/isbnpa17/

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    Hayman, M. J., Vandelanotte, C., Alley, S., Reaburn, P., & Short, C. (2017). Does action planning improve outcomes in a physical activity intervention for pregnant women?. In Abstract book for the ISBNPA 2017 Annual Meeting (pp. 272-273). Online: International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Retrieved from http://eventmobi.com/isbnpa17/

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    Hayman, M., Reaburn, P., Browne, M., Vandelanotte, C., & Short, C. (2016). Feasibility, acceptability and preliminary efficacy of a web-based computer-tailored physical activity intervention for pregnant women. In ISBNPA 2016 Annual Meeting (pp. 666). Cape Town, South Africa: International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Retrieved from http://eventmobi.com/isbnpa16/

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    Brunker, A., Nguyen, Q., Tague, R., Kolt, G., Savage, T., Vandelanotte, C., . . . Mummery, W. (2014). A time-based visualization for web user classification in social networks. In VINCI 2014 : the 7th International Symposium on Visual Information Communication and Interaction : Sydney, Australia, August 5-8, 2014 (pp. 98-105). New York, NY: ACM Press. doi:10.1145/2636240.2636842

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    Software / Code

    Hayman, M. J., & Vandelanotte, C. (2015). Fit4Two [Computer Software]. Australia: Central Queensland University. Retrieved from https://www.fit4two.org.au/

    Book chapter

    Tague, R., Maeder, A., Vandelanotte, C., Kolt, G., Caperchione, C., Rosenkranz, R., . . . Van Itallie, A. (2014). Assessing user engagement in a health promotion website using social networking. In R. E. Scott, M. Mars, & A. J. Maeder (Eds.), Global Telehealth 2014 (pp. 84-92). Amsterdam, Netherlands: IOS Press. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-456-5-84

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    Vandelanotte, C., Alley, S., Persaud, N., & Horsley, M. (2014). Comparing personally tailored video- and text-delivered web-based physical activity interventions-the medium and the message : an eye-tracking study. In M. Horsley, M. Eliot, B. A. Knight, & R. Reilly (Eds.), Current trends in eye tracking research (pp. 245-265). Switzerland: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02868-2_20

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    Report

    Anderson, P., Begley, L., Gallegos, D., Hourigan, A., Lee, A., Peberdy, N., . . . Wooden, D. (2009). Eat well Queensland : are we half-way there yet?. Brisbane, Qld.: Queensland Public Health Forum. Retrieved from http://www.health.qld.gov.au/healthyeating/eatwellqld/default.asp

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    Book

    Vandelanotte, C., & Wouters, E. (2006). Stapsgewijs naar een bewegingsbeleid op het werk = [Step by step guide for a physical activity policy at the workplace]. Leuven, Belgium: Uitgeverij LannooCampus.

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    Media

    Flenady, T., Kahl, J., Dwyer, T. A., Reid-Searl, K., Kinnear, S., Signal, T., . . . Williamson, S. (2018). Research Ready Grant Program: A model for collaborative multidisciplinary practice-research partnerships. Retrieved from https://www.health.qld.gov.au/