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Lauren Arundell is involved in the management of large scale population studies and intervention projects within the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition (C-PAN). She is currently managing the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funded Transform-Us! intervention targeting children’s physical activity and sedentary behaviours in the school- and home- environments. Lauren is also undertaking her PhD focusing on children’s physical activity and sedentary behaviours during the after-school critical window.
Lauren’s research interests focus on children’s physical activity and sedentary behaviours. She is particularly focused on the intrapersonal, social and physical influences on children’s behaviours during the after-school critical window period.
Arundell L, Salmon J, Hume C. (2009) Oral presentation: Influences on children’s TV viewing and outdoor play during the critical window. Seventh National Physical Activity Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 14-17 Oct, 2009.
Arundell L, Jorna M, Dunstan D, Ball K, Salmon J, Crawford D, Daly R. (2009) Poster presentation: Community-based strength training in adults with or at risk of type 2 diabetes - The Strength Training Ongoing (STRONG) study: Outline of methods. Seventh National Physical Activity Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 14-17 Oct, 2009.