Using Cadence to Study Free-Living Ambulatory Behaviour
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Cadence appears to be sensitive to change with intervention, and capitalizing on the natural tempo of music is an obvious means of targeting cadence. Cadence could potentially be used effectively in epidemiological study, intervention and behavioural research, dose–response studies, determinants studies and in prescription and practice. It is easily interpretable by researchers, clinicians, programme staff and the lay public, and therefore offers the potential to bridge science, practice and real life.
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