Dr Anthony Barnett
|Position:||Senior Lecturer Of Sports Science |
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 925 17236 +61 3 925 17236|
Anthony’s research interests include measurement of physical activity, environmental influences on physical activity and monitoring interactions between training, performance and other variables in elite athletes.
Cerin E, Lee K-Y, Barnett A, Sit CHP, Cheung M-C, Chan W-M, Johnston JM. Walking for transporttation in Hong Kong urban elders: A cross-sectional study on what destinations matter and when. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2013;10:78
Cerin E, Sit CHP, Barnett A, Cheung M-C, Chan W-M. Walking for Recreation and Perceptions of the Neighborhood Environment in Older Chinese Urban Dwellers. Journal of Urban Health 2013;90:56-66
Cerin E, Lee K-Y, Barnett A, Sit CHP, Cheung M-C, Chan WM. Objectively-measured neighborhood environments and leisure-time physical activity in Chinese urban elders. Preventive Medicine 2013;56;86-89
Barnett A, Cerin E, Reaburn P, Hooper S. Identifying mediators of training effects on performance related psychobiosocial states: A single-case observational study in an elite female triathlete. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 2012;13:451-549
Cerin E, Barnett A, Cheung, M-C, Sit CHP, Macfarlane DJ, Chan W-M. Reliability and validity of the IPAQ-L in a sample of Hong Kong Urban older adults: Does neighborhood of residence matter? Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 2012;20:402-420
Baranowski T, Abdelsamad D, Baranowski J, O'Connor T, Thompson D, Barnett A, Cerin E, Chen T-A. Impact of an active video game on healthy children’s physical activity. Pediatrics 2012; 129:e636-e642
Ledoux T, Watson K, Barnett A, Nguyen N, Baranowski J, Baranowski T. Components of the diet associated with child adiposity: A cross-sectional study. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2011;30:536-546
Cerin, E, Barnett A, Sit, CHP, Cheung, M, Lee, J, Ho, DSY, Chan, W-m. Measuring walking within and outside the neighborhood in Chinese elders: Reliability and validity. BMC Public Health 2011;11: 851
Barnett A, Cerin E, Baranowski T. Active videogames for youth: A systematic review. Journal of Physical Activity & Health 2011;8:724-737
Cerin E, Barnett A. Mechanisms linking affective reactions to competition-related and competition-extraneous concerns in male martial artists. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 2011;21:700-712
Cerin E, Barnett A. Predictors of pre- and post-competition affective states in male martial artists: a multilevel interactional approach. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 2011;21:137-150
Barnett A, Cerin E, Reaburn P, Hooper, S. The effects of training on performance and performance-related states in individual elite athletes: A dynamic approach. Journal of Sports Sciences 2010;28:1117-26
Cerin E, Barnett A, Baranowski T. Testing theories of dietary behaviour change in youth using the mediating variable model with intervention programs. (invited review ) Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 41: 309-18, 2009
Barnett A. Using recovery modalities between training sessions in elite athletes: does it help? (review) Sports Medicine 36:781-796, 2006
Barnett A, Cerin E. Individual calibration for estimating free-living walking speed using the MTI monitor. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 38:761-7, 2006.
Cerin E, Barnett A. A processual analysis of basic emotions and sources of concerns as they are lived before and after a competition. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 7:287-307, 2006.
Barnett A, Bacon-Shone J, Tam KH, Leung M, Armstrong N. Peak oxygen uptake of 12 to 18-year-old boys living in a densely populated urban environment. Annals of Human Biology 22:525-532, 1995.
Barnett A, Maughan RJ. Response of unacclimatized males to repeated weekly bouts of exercise in the heat. British Journal of Sports Medicine 27:39-44, 1993.