Friday, November 2, 2012
East Carolina Heart Institute
Keynote Speaker: "Physical Activity and Society" presented by Shellie Pfohl, MS, Executive Director, President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition
* Slides from this presentation are not available for download.
Understanding Motivation for Health Behavior Change: A Self Determination Theory Perspective"
Presented by: Jennifer La Guardia, PhD, Associate Professor Clinical, Department of Psychiatry and Research Associate, Center for Community Health's Healthy Living Center, University of Rochester
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How Fit Are Wii? Active Video Games: Public Health Boon or Bust?
Presented by: Thomas Baranowski, PhD, Professor of Pediatrics and Nutrition, Baylor College of Medicine
Click on the links below for articles related to Dr. Baranowski's presentation.
1. Active video games for youth: A systematic review
2. Is enhanced physical activity Possible using active video games?
3. Fit For Life Boy Scout badge: Outcome evaluation of troop and Internet intervention
4. The Fun, Food and Fitness Project (FFFP): The Baylor GEMS pilot study
5. Behavior science in video games for children's diet and physical activity change: Key research needs
6. Food, fun and fitness Internet program for girls: Pilot evaluation of an e-health youth obesity prevention program examining predictors or obesity
7. Impact of an active video game on healthy children's physical activity
8. Serious video games for health: How behavioral science guided the development of a serious video game
Is It In You? Nutrition for Optimizing Physical Activity in Obese Children
Presented by: Abbie Smith, PhD, CSCS, CISSN, Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sport Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Concurrent, Repeated Afternoon Workshops:
Motivation and Behavior
Presented by Lesley Lutes, PhD
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Assessment of Physical Activity and Fitness in Children
Presented by Matthew Mahar, EdD
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Concluding Plenary: "Exercise As Medicine"
Moderator: David Collier, MD, PhD
Description: 4 sequential platform presentations selected from abstracts related to physical activity programming that address obesity and co-morbidities.
"Use of a portable gym system in adolescents in a pediatric weight management program"
Presented by: Dominique Williams, MD, FAAP
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"Impact of a mentoring-based exercise program on fitness, weight-related outcomes, self-perceptions and motivation in overweight adolescents"
Presented by: TomRaedeke, PhD & Megan Elizabeth Sawyer, BS
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"Effects of Resistance Training for Lower Extremity Strengthening in Adolescents Who Are Obese"
Presented by: Amy Gross McMillan, PT, PhD
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"Effects of An Afterschool Physical Activity Intervention on Physical Activity, Aerobic Fitness and Body Composition"
Presented by: Grace Anne Edwards, MS
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