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Arnold School of Public Health


Sitting Survey

Identifying Beliefs about Sedentary Behavior and Sedentary Reduction Program Preferences in Older Adults with Knee Pain or Knee Replacement

The purpose of this study is to examine the beliefs about sedentary behavior and preferences for physical activity or sedentary reduction programs using technology among older adults with knee pain or knee replacement.

Participants in this study were asked to complete an online survey. This survey asked about current physical activity and sitting behaviors, knee pain, beliefs relating to sitting, and preferences for participating in a program that could help reduce the time spent sitting.

At this time we are not administering surveys.

Research Team

PI:  Christine Pellegrini, PhD – USC, Exercise Science
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