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Trends in the perceived body size of adolescent males and females in Scotland, 1990–2014: changing associations with mental well-being

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  1. Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) (2013/2014 Survey)

    Inchley, J. (Creator), Currie, D. B. (Creator), Samdal, O. (Creator), Young, T. (Creator), Torsheim, T. (Creator), Augustson, L. (Creator), Mathison, F. (Creator), Aleman-Diaz, A. Y. (Creator), Molcho, M. (Creator), WHO Regional Office for Europe, 6 Apr 2016

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  1. HBSC Briefing paper 24: Mental and emotional well-being in Scottish adolescents

    Cosma, A. P., Rhodes, G., Currie, C. E., Inchley, J. C., Currie, D. B., Hunter, K. J., Neville, F. G. & Whitehead, R. D., 1 Mar 2016, St Andrews: Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU). 6 p. (HBSC Briefing Paper; no. 24)

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  2. HBSC Findings 2014: Young Persons’ Report

    Neville, F. G., Whitehead, R. D., Cosma, A. P., Currie, C. E., Currie, D. B. & Inchley, J. C., Mar 2016, Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU). 4 p.

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  3. HBSC Briefing paper 23: Subjective health and medicine use among Scottish adolescents

    Cosma, A. P., Rhodes, G., Currie, C. E., Inchley, J. C., Currie, D. B., Neville, F. G., Hunter, K. J. & Whitehead, R. D., Mar 2016, St Andrews: Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU). 6 p. (HBSC Briefing Paper; no. 23)

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  4. HBSC Briefing paper 25: Self-confidence and social well-being in Scottish adolescents

    Cosma, A. P., Rhodes, G., Currie, C. E., Inchley, J. C., Currie, D. B., Hunter, K. J., Neville, F. G. & Whitehead, R. D., 2016, Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU).

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  1. Associations between perceived social and physical environmental variables and physical activity and screen time among adolescents in four European countries

    Bucksch, J., Kopcakova, J., Inchley, J., Troped, P. J., Sudeck, G., Sigmundova, D., Nalecz, H., Borraccino, A., Salonna, F., Dankulincova Veselska, Z. & Hamrik, Z., Jan 2019, In : International Journal of Public Health. 64, 1, p. 83-94

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  2. Growing through adolescence: a gendered approach is needed

    Inchley, J., Mar 2019, In : International Journal of Public Health. 64, 2, p. 151-152 2 p.

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  3. Road map towards a harmonized pan-European surveillance of obesity-related lifestyle behaviours and their determinants in children and adolescents

    Hebestreit, A., Thumann, B., Wolters, M., Bucksch, J., Huybrechts, I., Inchley, J., Lange, C., Lien, N., Manz, K., Slimani, N., van der Ploeg, H. P. & Ahrens, W., May 2019, In : International Journal of Public Health. 64, 4, p. 615-623 9 p.

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  4. The neighbourhood social environment and alcohol use among urban and rural Scottish adolescents

    Martin, G., Inchley, J., Marshall, A., Shortt, N. & Currie, C., Jan 2019, In : International Journal of Public Health. 64, 1, p. 95-105 11 p.

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  5. Vigorous physical activity in relation to family affluence: time trends in Europe and North America

    Sigmundová, D., Sigmund, E., Tesler, R., Ng, K. W., Hamrik, Z., Mathisen, F. K. S., Inchley, J. & Bucksch, J., 5 Jul 2019, In : International Journal of Public Health. First Online, 10 p.

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