A limitation of traditional outcome studies from behavioral interventions is the lack of attention given to evaluating the influence of moderating variables. This study examined possible moderation effect of baseline activity levels on physical activity change as a result of the Ready for Recess intervention.
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Saint-Maurice, P. F., Welk, G. J., Russell, D. W., & Huberty, J. (2014). Moderating influences of baseline activity levels in school physical activity programming for children: the Ready for Recess project. BMC Public Health, 14(1). doi:10.1186/1471-2458-14-103