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Routen, Ashley and Upton, Dominic and Edwards, Martin and Peters, D.M. (2012) Discrepancies in Accelerometer-Measured Physical Activity in Children Due to Cut-Point Non-Equivalence and Placement Site. Journal of Sports Sciences, 30 (12). pp. 1-8. ISSN 0264-0414 (print 1466-447X (online)

Routen, Ashley and Upton, Dominic and Edwards, Martin and Peters, D.M. (2012) Intra‐ and Inter‐Instrument Reliability of the Actiwatch 4 Accelerometer in a Mechanical Laboratory Setting. Journal of Human Kinetics, 31. pp. 17-24. ISSN 1640-5544 (print version) 1899-7562 (electronic version)

Thackeray, Stephen J. and Sparks, Timothy H. and Frederiksen, Morten and Burthe, Sarah and Bacon, Philip J. and Bell, James R. and Botham, Marc S. and Brereton, Tom M. and Bright, Paul W. and Carvalho, Laurence and Clutton-Brock, Tim and Dawson, Alistair and Edwards, Martin and Elliott, J. Malcolm and Harrington, Richard and Johns, David and Jones, Ian D. and Jones, James T. and Leech, David I. and Roy, David B. and Scott, W. Andy and Smith, Matthew and Smithers, Richard J. and Winfield, Ian J. and Wanless, Sarah (2010) Trophic Level Asynchrony in Rates of Phenological Change For Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Environments. Global Change Biology, 16 (12). pp. 3304-3313. ISSN 1365-2486

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Routen, Ashley and Upton, Dominic and Edwards, Martin and Peters, D.M. (2009) A Preliminary Investigation of Child, Parent and Programme Leader Reflections on Participation in and Delivery of a Family- Based Weight Intervention Programme. In: Obesity & Insulin Resistance – From Cell to Whole Body: The Benefits of Exercise, 24th April 2009, Birmingham University. (Unpublished)

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