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research-article | 30-November-2019

Physical activity and environmental enrichment: Behavioural effects of exposure to different housing conditions in mice

models is physical activity. In animal models, the effects of physical exercise can be examined in isolation through environmental interventions that provide only running wheels (Pang and Hannan, 2013). Two different experimental paradigms have predominantly been employed to investigate the effects of physical activity on rodents’ brain and behaviour; these paradigms involve exposing animals to daily or weekly sessions of forced running on a treadmill or allowing free access to a running wheel

Raisa Rabadán, Marta Ramos-Campos, Rosa Redolat, Patricia Mesa-Gresa

Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, Volume 79 , ISSUE 4, 374–385

Research Article | 05-July-2017

Association Between Participating in Noncompetitive or Competitive Sports and Mental Health among Adolescents – a Norwegian Population-based Cross-sectional Study

Sara Breistøl, Jocelyne Clench-Aas, Betty Van Roy, Ruth Kjærsti Raanaas

Scandinavian Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, Volume 5 , ISSUE 1, 28–38

research-article | 30-November-2018

The Role of Maternal Social Networks on the Outcomes of a Home-Based Childhood Obesity Prevention Pilot Intervention*

that can also influence family members’ health behaviors. For example, multigenerational family members often share similar eating and physical activity behaviors (e.g., Munsch et al., 2007; Sallis, Patterson, Buono, Atkins, & Nader, 1988); and other relationships, such as friends and neighbors, can influence weight and related behaviors (Pachucki, Jacques, & Christakis, 2011; Salvy, Feda, Epstein, & Roemmich, 2017; Salvy, Feda, Epstein, & Roemmich, 2016; Zhang, de la Haye, Ji, & An, 2018). Broader

Kayla de la Haye, Brooke M. Bell, Sarah-Jeanne Salvy

Journal of Social Structure, Volume 20 , ISSUE 3, 7–28

Research paper | 04-May-2018

Effects of ascorbic acid on anxiety state and affect in a non-clinical sample

evaluated a small sample with narrow sociodemographic characteristics, composed mainly of healthy young females (> 94%) enrolled in post-graduation courses, without controlling diet, physical activity, and formal psychiatric diagnosis. Conclusions: Despite the sample size limitation, this study provides the first evidence of an acute anxiolytic effect of ascorbic acid. Broader population studies are required to evaluate the clinical relevance of presented data.

Bettina Moritz, Marcelo Liborio Schwarzbold, Ricardo Guarnieri, Alexandre Paim Diaz, Ana Lúcia S. Rodrigues, Alcir Luiz Dafre

Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, Volume 77 , ISSUE 4, 362–372

Research Article | 15-February-2020

Analysis of Foot-pressure Data to Classify Mobility Pattern

The pressure exerted by foot, while a person is standing still for a while or moving or doing any physical activity, is a rich source of information. The continuous signal obtained throughout the day, collected by pressure-sensors on shoe sole, could be analyzed to obtain simple to complex facts about the person’s health conditions and habits. It could be used to measure body-weight and balance, while the person is standing. It could as well be used to find the total calorie burnt during

Goutam Chakraborty, Tetsuhiro Dendou

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 7 , ISSUE 5, 1–6

research-paper | 12-August-2019

The effects of moderate running exercise and L-tyrosine on penicillin-induced epileptiform activity in rats

epileptogenic substance penicillin G. In this study, treadmill exercise significantly decreased the frequency of epileptiform activity at the 90th minute. Physical exercise was found to improve motor performance and cognitive ability and contribute to healthy brain aging and a reduction in general oxidative stress (Sumien, 2017). However, regular physical activity has also been reported to play an effective role in reducing epileptic seizures (Kayacan et al., 2016; Çakır et al., 2016). Souza et al. (2009

Yildirim Kayacan, Emin Can Kisa, Babak Elmi Ghojebeigloo, Suleyman Emre Kocacan, Mustafa Ayyildiz, Erdal Agar

Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, Volume 79 , ISSUE 2, 148–154

research-article | 30-November-2020

Psychiatric morbidity in children and adolescents with dermatological disorders

significantly higher rate of comorbidity with psychiatric disorders (p = 0.016 for psychiatric disorder frequency in inflammatory dermatoses; p = 0.037 for eczematous and allergic dermatoses) (Table 5). In addition, we also found that having a dermatological disorder increased the risk of psychiatric comorbidity by limiting physical activity (p = 0.009) (Table 6). TABLE 5. Psychiatric comorbidity frequency in dermatological disease sub-groups Dermatological disease sub-groups Psychiatric

Dilşad Yıldız Miniksar, Özlem Özel Özcan, Hülya Cenk, Yelda Kapıcıoğlu, Ayşegül Polat

Scandinavian Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, Volume 9 , 1–8

Research Article | 18-January-2019

A network approach to understanding obesogenic environments for children in Pennsylvania

prevalence. We also examined the relationship between measures of network centrality and child obesity prevalence. The overall structure of the network suggests that environmental features geographically co-occur, and features of the environment that were more highly correlated with body mass index were more central to the network. Three clusters were identified: a crime-related cluster, a food-environment and land use-related cluster, and a physical activity-related cluster. The structure of connections

Emily A. Knapp, Usama Bilal, Bridget T. Burke, Geoff B. Dougherty, Thomas A. Glass

Connections, Volume 38 , ISSUE 1, 1–11

Research Article | 13-September-2016

Behavioral Weight Loss Treatment for Youth Treated With Antipsychotic Medications

, anthropomorphic, and metabolic findings from a case series of obese adolescents taking antipsychotic medications who participated in a short-term, family-based behavioral weight loss intervention.Methods:We adapted the Traffic Light Plan, a 16-week family-based weight loss intervention that promotes healthy energy balance using the colors of the traffic light to categorize the nutritional value of foods and the intensity of physical activity. We then added a social and ecological framework to address health

Ginger E. Nicol, Rachel P Kolko, Monica Mills, Thrudur Gunnarsdottir, Michael D. Yingling, Julia A. Schweiger, Eric J. Lenze, John W. Newcomer, Denise Wilfley

Scandinavian Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, Volume 4 , ISSUE 2, 96–104

Research Article | 30-November-2013

A multicenter, randomized, controlled study of Training Executive, Attention, and Motor Skills (TEAMS) in Danish preschool children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: Rationale and description of the intervention and study protocol

possibly lead to a more enduring treatment for ADHD. Training Executive, Attention, and Motor Skills (TEAMS) is a non-pharmacological neurocognitive intervention program that targets preschool children with ADHD. The program is designed to stimulate neurocognitive growth through physical activity and play in combination with psychoeducation and guidance for the parents.Children between the ages of three and six years from Region Zealand in Denmark who have been diagnosed with ADHD are offered

Helle Annette Vibholm, Jesper Pedersen, Anne Holm, Søren Krue

Scandinavian Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, Volume 2 , ISSUE 1, 2–10

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