1.wang jj, gao y, lau wcp. prevalence of overweight in hong kong chinese children: its associations with family, early-life development and behaviors-related factors. j exerc sci fit. 2017;15(2):89-95. doi: 10.1016/j.jesf.2017.10.001
2.wang jj, chen ta, baranowski t, lau wcp. item response modeling: a psychometric assessment of the children's fruit, vegetable, water, and physical activity self-efficacy scales among chinese children. int j behav nutr phys act. 2017, 14:126. doi: 10.1186/s12966-017-0584-x
3.wang jj, baranowski t, lau wcp, buday r, gao y. story immersion may be effective in promoting diet and physical activity in chinese children. j nutr educ behav. 2017, 49(4):321-329. doi: 10.1016/j.jneb.2017.01.001
4.lau wcp, wang jj*, maddison r. a randomized controlled trial of school-based active video game intervention on chinese children's aerobic fitness, physical activity level and psychological correlates. games for health j 2016. 5(6): 405-412. doi: 10.1089/g4h.2016.0057
5.wang jj, baranowski t, lau wcp, chen ta, zhang sg. psychological correlates of self-reported and objectively measured physical activity among chinese children—psychological correlates of pa. int j environ res public health 2016, 13(10), 1006. doi: 10.3390/ijerph13101006
6.wang jj, baranowski t, lau wcp, chen ta, pitkethly ja. validation of physical activity questionnaire for old children (paq-c) among chinese children. biomed environ sci. 2016;29(3):177-186. doi: 10.3967/bes2016.022.
7.wang jj, lau wcp, wang hj, ma j. evaluation of a comprehensive intervention with behavioral modification strategy in childhood obesity prevention: a nonrandomized controlled trial. bmc public health. 2015;15:1206. doi: 10.1186/s12889-015-2535-2
8.wang jj, baranowski t, lau wcp, pitkethly aj, buday r. acceptability and applicability of an american health videogame with story for childhood obesity prevention among hong kong chinese children. games for health j. 2015;4(6): 513-519. doi: 10.1089/g4h.2015.0029
11.lau wcp, lau ey, wang jj, choi cr, kim cg. a pilot study of the attractive features of active video games among chinese primary school children. games for health j 2017, 6(2):87-96.
12.yang yd, lau wcp, wang jj, dong b, wu lj, quach b, et al. association of cardiorespiratory endurance, body mass index and blood pressure in chinese han children: result from 2010 chinese national survey on student’s constitution and health. hypertens res. 2016;39(11):799-804. doi: 10.1038/hr.2016.63.
13.gao y, wang jj, lau wcp, ransdell l. pedometer-determined physical activity patterns in a segmented school day in hong kong primary school children. j exerc sci fit. 2015;13(1):42-48. doi: 10.1016/j.jesf.2015.03.002
1.wang jj, lau wcp. (5th-7th, august 2015). applicability of a serious videogame with story immersion for childhood obesity prevention among hong kong chinese children 2015 international conference on education, psychology, and social science, taiwan.
2.wang jj. (11st-13th july, 2015). association between psychological correlates with physical activity among chinese children. 2nd annual public health conference, bangkok, thailand.
3.lau wcp, wang jj. (21st-24th may, 2014). school children’s perception towards active video games and its potential values to school physical education. international society of behavioral nutrition and physical activity 2014 annual meeting, san diego, california, usa
4.wang jj, lau wcp, zhang zl. (17th-20th march, 2014). the effects of video games-based intervention on children’s obesity-related behaviors: a review. 12th international congress on obesity, kuala lumpur, malaysia.
5.wang jj, liu js, wang hj, ma j. (26th apr 2013) distribution of body fat, abdominal fat and their correlation with bmi, waist circumference in overweight and obese pupils. research postgraduate forum 2013 ‘from living…to living better’, hong kong baptist university, hong kong, china.
6.wang jj, maddison r, jiang yn, ma j, wang hj. (22nd-25th may 2013). measuring physical activity levels of chinese children: convergent validity between the actigraph gt1m and zhiji ux-02accelerometers. 2013 international society of behavior nutrition and physical activity, gent, belgium.
7.wang jj, wang hj, ma j. (2nd-4th nov 2012). study on the effectiveness of childhood obesity intervention based on monitoring physical activities using accelerometer. 11th annual conference of the society of chinese scholars on exercise physiology and fitness and 5th shanghai international forum on exercise and health, shanghai university of sport, shanghai, china.
8.wang jj, wang hj, ma j. (20th-21st oct 2012). compare the effectiveness of the intervention based on monitoring physical activities with the traditional exercise and dietary intervention. 2012 international conference on youth, technology & health, hong kong baptist university, hong kong, china.
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