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  • The SOS-framework (Systems of Sedentary behaviours): An international transdisciplinary consensus framework for the study of determinants, research priorities and policy on sedentary behaviour across the life course: A DEDIPAC-study 

    Chastin, SFM; De Craemer, M; Lien, N; Bernaards, C; Buck, C; Oppert, JM; Nazare, JA; Lakerveld, J; O'Donoghue, G; Holdsworth, M; Owen, N; Brug, J; Cardon, G; Conroy, D; Healy, G; Langøien, LJ; Reilly, J; Rutter, H; Salmon, J; Skelton, D; Abula, K; Ahrens, W; Alshayji, I; Arrogi, A; Arundell, L; Filho, VCB; Brondeel, R; Bullock, V; Burns, J; Busschaert, C; Capranica, L; Chastin, S; Condello, G; Crist, K; Dall, P; De Cocker, K; De Lepeleere, S; Dontje, M; Duvivier, B; Edelson, L; Fenton, S; Fisher, K; Fletcher, E; Freiberger, E; Hadgraft, N; Harvey, J; Hawari, N; Hayee, M; Hayes, C; Hinkley, T; Huang, W; Kilpatrick, M; Kirk, A; Koorts, H; Leask, C; Lee, J; Loyen, A; Määttä, S; Mair, J; McMicha, L; Mellis, M; Nicolaou, M; O'Dolan, C; Olander, E; Orme, M; Perchoux, C; Pulsford, R; Rebar, A; Routen, A; Rutten, G; Sanderson, P; Savelberg, H; Schmitz, C; Shaw, R; Sherar, L; Da Silva, KS; Sudholz, B; Timperio, A; van Lieshout, R; Whelan, M; Wong, S (BioMed Central, 2016-07-15)
    © 2016 The Author(s).Background: Ecological models are currently the most used approaches to classify and conceptualise determinants of sedentary behaviour, but these approaches are limited in their ability to capture the ...