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Lizotte C, Larouche R, LeBlanc AG, Longmuir PE, Tremblay MS, Chaput J-P. (2016). Investigation of new correlates of physical
literacy in children. Health Behavior and Policy Review, 3(2), 110-122.
Stephens S, Takken T, Esliger D, Tremblay MS, Schneiderman JE, Pullenayegum E, Beyene J, Biggar D, Longmuir PE, Wright V, McCrindle BW, Abad A, Ignas DM, van der Net J, Feldman BM. (2015). Validation of accelerometer prediction equations in children with chronic disease. Pediatric Exercise Science, in press.
Longmuir PE, Boyer C, Lloyd M, Yang Y, Boiarskaia E, Zhu W, Tremblay MS. (2015). The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Methods for Children in Grades 4 to 6 (8 to 12 years). BMC Public Health, 15, 767. DOI: 10.1186/s12889-015-2106-6
Longmuir PE, Boyer C, Lloyd M, Borghese MM, Knight E, Saunders TJ, Boiarskaia E, Zhu W and Tremblay MS. (2015). Canadian Agility and
Movement Skill Assessment: Validity, objectivity and reliability evidence for children 8 to 12 years of age. Journal of Sport and Health Science (2015), in press. DOI: 10.1016/j.jshs.2015.11.004.
Francis CE, Longmuir PE, Boyer C, Belanger P, Anderson LB, Barnes JD, Boiarskaia E, Cairney J, Faigenbaum A, Faulkner G, Hands BP, Hay HA, Janssen I, Katzmarzyk PT, Kemper HCG, Knudson D, Lloyd M, McKenzie TL, Olds TS, Sacheck JM, Shephard RJ, Stodden DF, Zhu W, Tremblay MS. (2016). Developing a physical literacy model and relative factor importance within the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Results of a Delphi process. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 13(2), 214-222.
Longmuir PE, Yap L, Bravo C, Lee SL, Brandão L. (2015). Body contact risk during childhood physical activity: Feasibility of a novel method for objective measurements to inform the care of children at risk for bleeding injuries. Haemophilia, In press.
LongmuirPE, Corey M, Faulkner G, Russell JL, McCrindle BW. (2015). Children after Fontan have strength and body composition similar to
healthy peers and can successfully participate in daily moderate-to-vigorous physical activity. Pediatric Cardiology, 36(4): 759-767. e-pub 2014-12-12.
LongmuirPE. (2015). New concepts in the assessment of exercise capacity among children with congenital heart disease: Looking beyond heart function and mortality. Journal of Cardiology and Therapy, 2(1), 200-205. DOI: 10.6051/j.issn.2309-6861.2015.02.72-3.
Longmuir PE, Colley RC, Wherley VA, Tremblay MS. (2014). Risks and benefits of promoting childhood physical activity. Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology, 2(11), 861-862.
Longmuir PE, Colley RC, Wherley VA, Tremblay MS. (2014). Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Position Stand: Benefit and risk for promoting childhood physical activity. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 39(11), 1271-1279. DOI: 10.1139/apnm-2014-0074.
Larouche RL, Boyer C, Tremblay MS, LongmuirPE. (May 2014). Physical fitness, motor skill and physical activity relationships in Grade 4 to 6 children. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 39(5), 553-559.