In Press

Demos McDermott, K, Williams, SE, Espeland, MA, Erickson, KI, Neiberg, R, Wadden, TA, Bryan, RN, Desiderio, L, Leckie, RL, Falconbridge, LH, Jakicic, JM, Alonso-Alonso, M, Wing, RR. (in press).  Impact of intensive lifestyle intervention on neural food cue-reactivity: Action for Health in Diabetes Brain Ancillary Study.  Obesity.

Galloway, M, Marsden, DL, Callister, R, Erickson, KI, Nilsson, M, English, C. (in press). What is the dose-response relationship between exercise and cardiorespiratory fitness after stroke? A systematic review. Physical Therapy.

Powell, KE, King, AC, Buchner, D, Campbell, W, DiPietro, L, Erickson, KI, Hillman, CH, Jakicic, JM, Janz, KF, Katzmarzyk, PT, Kraus, WE, Macko, RF, Marquez, DX, McTiernan, A, Pate, RR, Pescatello, LS, Whitt-Glover, MC.  (in press). The scientific foundation for the 2018 physical activity guidelines for Americans, 2nd Edition. Journal of Physical Activity and Health.

Rodriguez Ayllon, M, Cadenas-Sanchez, C, Estevez-Lopez, F, Ernesto Munoz, N, Mora Gonzalez, J, Migueles, JH, Molina-Garcia, P, Henriksson, H, Mena-Molina, A, Martinez-Vizcaino, V, Catena, A, Lof, M, Erickson, KI, Lubans, D, Ortega, FB, Esteban-Cornejo, I. (in press). Role of physical activity and sedentary behavior in the mental health of preschoolers, children and adolescents: a systematic review and meta-analysis.  Sports Medicine.

Shaaban, CE, Aizenstein, HJ, Jorgensen, DR, MacCloud, RL, Meckes, NA, Erickson, KI, Glynn, N, Mettenburg, J, Guralnik, J, Newman, AB, Ibrahim, TS, Laurienti, PJ, Vallejo, AN, Pahor, M, Rosano, C.  (in press). Physical activity and cerebral small vessel integrity in older adults.Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.

Thomas, MC, Kamarck, TW, Li, X, Erickson, KI, Manuck, SB.  (in press).  Physical activity moderates the effects of daily psychosocial stressors on blood pressure.  Health Psychology.

Valkenborghs, SR, van Vliet, P, Nilsson, M, Zalewska, K, Visser, M, Erickson, KI, Callister, R. (in press).  Aerobic exercise and consecutive task-specific training (AExaCTT) for upper limb recovery after stroke: a randomized controlled pilot study. Physiotherapy Research International.