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Using pedometers as motivational tools: are goals set in steps more effective than goals set in minutes for increasing walking?

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Using pedometers as motivational tools: are goals set in steps more effective than goals set in minutes for increasing walking? / Baker, Graham; Mutrie, N.; Lowry, R.

In: International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, Vol. 46, 2008.

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Harvard

Baker, G, Mutrie, N & Lowry, R 2008, 'Using pedometers as motivational tools: are goals set in steps more effective than goals set in minutes for increasing walking?', International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, vol. 46. <http://www.ihpe.org.uk/jour/index.htm>

APA

Baker, G., Mutrie, N., & Lowry, R. (2008). Using pedometers as motivational tools: are goals set in steps more effective than goals set in minutes for increasing walking? International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 46. http://www.ihpe.org.uk/jour/index.htm

Vancouver

Baker G, Mutrie N, Lowry R. Using pedometers as motivational tools: are goals set in steps more effective than goals set in minutes for increasing walking? International Journal of Health Promotion and Education. 2008;46.

Author

Baker, Graham ; Mutrie, N. ; Lowry, R. / Using pedometers as motivational tools: are goals set in steps more effective than goals set in minutes for increasing walking?. In: International Journal of Health Promotion and Education. 2008 ; Vol. 46.