Understanding Youth Movement Behaviors: Texas SPAN Survey Insights

Speaker: Christopher Pfledderer, PhD
Length: 57:12 minutes

This webinar covered the importance of context when exploring adolescent movement behaviors. Using examples from the Texas School Physical Activity and Nutrition (Texas SPAN) survey, this webinar presented findings from two recent studies, one that examines the associations between physical activity context and children meeting daily physical activity guidelines, and another that explores the differential effects of electronic media on sleep among 8th and 11th grade Texas adolescents.


Christopher Pfledderer, PhD Assistant Professor, Health Promotion & Behavioral Sciences Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living UTHealth Houston School of Public Health in Austin

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