RYAN DONALD BURNS portrait
  • Assistant Professor, Health and Kinesiology
  • Assistant Professor, Health and Kinesiology

Research Statement

My research is in the longitudinal relationship among physical activity, health, and cognitive functioning in the pediatric and young adult populations. Additional interests span public health including physical activity epidemiology, health-related fitness, and injury prevention. 

Research Keywords

  • Epidemiology
  • Biostatistics
  • Physical Activity Assessment
  • Physical Activity in School Settings
  • Physical Activity
  • Schools, Public Health

Presentations

  • Pfledderer, C. D., Burns, R. D., Byun, W., Carson, R. L., Welk, G. J., & Brusseau, T. A. (2021). Parent preferences for physical activity in before and after school programs in rural and suburban communities: A discrete choice experiment. APHA Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. , Presented, 2021.
  • Burns, R. D., Brusseau, T. A., Fu, Y., Bai, Y., & Byun, W. (2021). Segmented school physical activity and weight status in children: Application of compositional data analysis. ACSM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. , Presented, 2021.
  • Tobin, S., Halliday, T. M., Burns, R. D., Qeadan, F., & Baron, K. G. (2021). Factors influencing physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic in adults from Utah. ACSM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. , Presented, 2021.
  • Pfledderer, C. D., & Burns, R. D. (2021). The neighborhood environment in predicting 24-hour movement behaviors in youth. ACSM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. , Presented, 2021.
  • Bai, Y., Burns, R. D., Gell, N., Tang, S., & Wetter, D. (2021). Effect of a lifestyle intervention to promote physical activity in adult pre-hypertensive and hypertensive patients. ACSM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. , Presented, 2021.
  • Burns, R. D., Colotti, T. E., Pfledderer, C. D., Fu, Y., Bai, Y., & Byun, W. (2021). Familial factors associating with physical activity in children and adolescents: an analysis using the combined 2017-2018 National Survey of Children’s Health. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Baltimore, MD. , Presented, 2021.
  • Burns, R. D., & Fu, Y. (2023). Perceived discrimination by parents and child participation in structured activity. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Seattle, WA. (IN, REVIEW). , Submitted, 2022.
  • Burns RD, Armstrong JA. (2023). Connectedness, mental health, and adolescent physical activity during COVID-19. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Seattle, WA. (IN REVIEW). , Submitted, 2022.
  • Burns, R. D., Bai, Y., Welk, G. J., Byun, W., & Brusseau, T. A. (2022). Physical activity-physical education enjoyment discordance and segmented daily physical activity. SHAPE America Research Consortium, New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2022.
  • Burns, R. D., Podlog, L. W., Bai, Y., & Fu Y. (2022). Enjoyment mediates associations between the built environment and family social environment with adolescent physical activity. ACSM Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. , Presented, 2022.
  • Burns, R. D., Pfledderer, C. D., Colotti, T., Byun, W., Bai, Y., & Brusseau, T. A. (2021). Bidirectional relationships of physical activity and gross motor skills before and after summer break: Application of a cross-lagged panel model. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Baltimore, MD. , Presented, 2021.
  • Burns, R. D., Fu, Y., & Brusseau, T. A. (2019). Sports participation independently associates with academic achievement among adolescents. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2019.
  • Burns, R. D. (2019). Enjoyment, self-efficacy, and physical activity within parent-adolescent dyads. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2019.
  • Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., Gomes, E., & Savignac, A. (2019). Trends in sedentary behavior, physical activity, and motivation during a classroom-based Active Video Game program. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2019.
  • Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., Gomes, E., & Hsu, Y-W. J. (2019). Young children’s school day sedentary behavior and physical activity in interactive versus traditional active video game. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2019.
  • Brusseau, T. A., Burns, R. D., & Fu, Y. (2019). Impact of year-round and traditional school schedules on weight gain and fitness loss over the summer. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting, Prague, Czech Republic. , Presented, 2019.
  • Burns, R. D., Kim, Y., Byun, W., & Brusseau, T. A. (2019). Associations of school day sedentary behavior and physical activity with gross motor skills: Use of compositional data analysis. ACSM Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL. , Presented, 2019.
  • Zhang, P., Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., & Brett, C. (2019). Associations among assessments of body composition with cardiorespiratory endurance, in adolescents. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Tampa, FL. , Presented, 2019.
  • Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., Yang, W., & Clements-Nolle, K (2019). Associations between selected dietary behaviors and physical activity in adolescents. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Tampa, FL. , Presented, 2019.
  • Burns, R. D., Fu, Y., Brusseau, T. A., Yang, W., & Clements-Nolle, K. (2019). Relationships among physical activity, sleep duration, and academic achievement in a representative sample of adolescents. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Tampa, FL. , Presented, 2019.
  • Brusseau, T. A., & Burns, R. D. (2019). Weight gain and fitness loss of children over the summer. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Tampa, FL. , Presented, 2019.
  • Fawver, B., England, A., Burns, R. D., Theise, M. S., Chase, B., Seljaas, A., & Brusseau, T. A. (2019). Attentional focus instructions alter speeded jump shot performance based on proximity of attentional cues. North American Society for the psychology of Sport and Physical Activity 2019 Conference, Baltimore, MD. , Presented, 2019.
  • Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., & Brusseau, T. A. (2018). School day sedentary behavior and physical activity predicts LDL cholesterol independent of health-related fitness in school-aged children. APHA Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. , Presented, 2018.
  • Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., Hsu, Y. J., & Zhang, P. (2020). Motivation, segmented physical activity, sedentary behavior, and weight status in adolescents: A path analysis. ACSM Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. , Presented, 2020.
  • Brusseau, T. A., Burns, R. D., & Fu, Y. (2020). Cognitive, lifestyle, and activity-related correlates of non-prescription steroid use among US adolescents. ACSM Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. , Presented, 2020.
  • Pfledderer, C. D., Burns, R. D., & Brusseau, T. A. (2020). Urban-rural differences in school transportation safety and active commuting: Evidence from the School Health Policies and Practices Study. APHA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. , Presented, 2020.
  • Bai, Y., Burns, R. D., Copeland, W. E., Adams, Z, Lerner, M., Rettew, J., & Hudziak, J. (2020). Physical activity and other wellness and risk factors from a college sample. ACSM Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. , Presented, 2019.
  • Burns, R. D., Pfledderer, C., & Brusseau, T. A. (2019). Home sedentary behavior and active transport, not device-use, associates with self-reported physical activity in adolescents: Evidence from the FLASHE Study. APHA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. , Presented, 2019.
  • Pfledderer, C. D., Brusseau, T. A., & Burns, R. D. (2019). Salient health behaviors predict mental health in adolescents: Evidence from the 2017 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. APHA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. , Presented, 2019.
  • Burns, R. D., Brusseau, T. A., Fu, Y., Bai, Y., & Byun, W. (2021). Segmented school physical activity and weight status in children: Application of compositional data analysis. ACSM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. , Presented, 2021.
  • Tobin, S., Halliday, T. M., Burns, R. D., Qeadan, F., & Baron, K. G. (2021). Factors influencing physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic in adults from Utah. ACSM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. , Presented, 2021.
  • Strehli, I., Burns, R. D., Bai, Y., Ziegenfuss, D. H., Block, M., & Brusseau, T. A. (2021). Mind-body physical activity interventions and stress-related physiological markers in educational settings: Systematic review and meta-analysis. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Baltimore, MD. , Presented, 2021.
  • Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., Zhang, P., Dyer, S., Yang S., & Constantino, N. (2022). Associations of adolescent bullying victimization with meeting 24-hour movement behaviors. SHAPE America Research Consortium, New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2022.
  • Bai, Y., Burns, R. D., & Byun, W. (2022). Socioenvironmental correlates of adolescent physical activity during COVID-19. North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Waikoloa, HI. , Presented, 2022.
  • Pfledderer, C. D., Burns, R. D., Byun, W., Carson, R. L., Welk, G. J., & Brusseau, T. A. (2021). School-based physical activity interventions in rural and urban/suburban communities: A systematic review and meta-analysis. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Baltimore, MD. , Presented, 2021.
  • Dyer, D., Burns, R. D., Constantino, N., & Fu, Y. (2022). Trends in physical activity during a 5-Week outdoor adventure camp. SHAPE America Research Consortium, New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2022.
  • Pfledderer, C. D., Bai,Y. Brusseau, T. A., Burns, R. D., & King, J. L. (2022). A brief intervention for wellness behaviors and substance use in college students. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Phoenix, AZ. , Presented, 2022.
  • Burns, R. D., Byun, W., Fu, Y., & Mihalopoulos, N. L. (2022). Adolescent sexual identity-behavior discordance and 24-hour movement behaviors. SHAPE America Research Consortium, New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2022.
  • Thomas, J., Tobin, S. Y., Burns, R. D., Bailey, R. R., Melanson, E. L., Cornier, M-A., & Halliday, T. M. (2022). The effect of a single bout of aerobic and resistance exercise on non-exercise physical activity. ACSM Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. , Presented, 2022.
  • Bai, Y., Burns, R. D., Gell, N., Tang, S., & Wetter, D. (2021). Effect of a lifestyle intervention to promote physical activity in adult pre-hypertensive and hypertensive patients. ACSM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. , Presented, 2021.
  • Burns, R. D., Colotti, T. E., Pfledderer, C. D., Fu, Y., Bai, Y., & Byun, W. (2021). Familial factors associating with physical activity in children and adolescents: an analysis using the combined 2017-2018 National Survey of Children’s Health. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Baltimore, MD. , Presented, 2021.
  • Burns, R. D., Bai, Y., Fu, Y., & Brusseau, T. A. (2020). Associations of lifestyle behaviors with body mass index in adolescents: A quantile regression analysis. ACSM Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. , Presented, 2020.
  • Pfledderer, C. D., Hu, Q., McCarty, R. L., & Burns, R. D. (2020). Lifestyle characteristics as predictors of adolescent sleep duration: Evidence from a National Survey. ACSM Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. , Presented, 2020.
  • Fu, Y., & Burns, R. D. (2023). Physical activity mediates associations between sexual orientation and mental health. Perceived discrimination by parents and child participation in structured activity. SHAPE America Research Consortium, Seattle, WA (IN REVIEW). , Submitted, 2022.
  • Brusseau, T. A., & Burns, R. D. (2018). Physical activity, health-related fitness, and classroom behavior in children: A discriminant function analysis. APHA Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. , Presented, 2018.
  • Burns, R. D., Brusseau, T. A., & Fu, Y. (2018). Aerobic capacity mediates the relationship between physical activity and abdominal adiposity in low-income children. APHA Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. , Presented, 2018.
  • Brusseau, T. A., & Burns, R. D. (2018). Evelopment of step count cut-points for school day sedentary behavior. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 50(5S), 291. , Presented, 2018.
  • Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., Brusseau, T. A., & Constantino, N. (2018). A cluster analysis and validation of health-related fitness tests in college students. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 50(5S), 406-407. , Presented, 2018.
  • Zhang, P., Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., & Godin, S. (2018). Effect of a smartphone-based intervention on adults’ physical activity, self-efficacy, and enjoyment. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 50(5S), 51-52. , Presented, 2018.
  • Mattson, R. E., Brusseau, T. A., Burns, R. D., Metos, J. M., & Jordan, K. C. (2018). Changes in physical activity/nutrition knowledge and enjoyment in CSPAP schools. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 89, A4-A207. , Presented, 2018.
  • Bruseau, T. A., Hannon, J. C., & Burns, R. D. (2018). Director of physical education and changes in physical activity from a CSPAP. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 89, A4-A207. , Presented, 2018.
  • Constantino, N., Rodrigues, K., Fu, Y., & Burns, R. D. (2018). Effect of AVG on youth’s physical activity, fitness, and motivation. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 89, A4-A207. , Presented, 2018.
  • Fu, Y., Brusseau, T. A., & Burns, R. D. (2018). Trends in physical activity enjoyment in CSPAP schools. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 89, A4-A207. , Presented, 2018.
  • Burns, R. D., & Fu, Y. (2018). Meta-Analysis of school-based physical activity interventions on physical activity enjoyment. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 89, A4-A207. , Presented, 2018.
  • Burns, R. D., & Brusseau, T. A. (2018). Trends in estimated aerobic capacity over a two-year CSPAP. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 89, A4-A207. , Presented, 2018.
  • Brusseau, T. A., Hannon, J. C., & Burns, R. D. (2018). Effect of SPARK on segmented physical activity in incarcerated adolescents. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 89, A4-A207. , Presented, 2018.
  • Fu, Y., Burns, R. D.,Constantino, N., & Zhang, P. (2018). Effect of exergaming program on physical activity, motor skill, and enjoyment in preschool children. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 89, A4-A207. , Presented, 2018.
  • McKown, H., Brusseau, T. A., Burns, R. D., & Galli, N. (2018). Relationship between teacher appearance and student physical activity in elementary physical education. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 89, A4-A207. , Presented, 2018.

Research Groups

  • Physical Activity Research Lab, . Health and Kinesiology. 2018 - present.

Research Equipment and Testing Expertise

  • Accelerometer.
  • Pedometer.
  • ParvoMedics.
  • Cholestech.
  • Air/Water Displacement.
  • SPSS.
  • Stata.

Publications

  • Burns RD, Brusseau TA, Fu Y, Bai Y, Byun W. (date unknown). Segmented school physical activity and weight status in children: Application of compositional data analysis. (pp. 184-184). Vol. 53. Accepted, .
  • Phillips DS, Gregory B, Hart JL, Dilworth Q, Arville P, Burns RD (date unknown). Effect of physical activity on cognitive control in college-aged students. (pp. 211). Vol. 49. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Burns RD, Zhang P, Hsu Y-W, Constantino N. (date unknown). Motivation, segmented physical activity, sedentary behavior, and weight status in adolescents: A path analysis. (pp. S218). Vol. 52. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Bai Y, Fu Y, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Associations of lifestyle behaviors with body mass index in adolescents: A Quantile regression analysis. (pp. S342-S343). Vol. 52. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Colotti TE, Pfledderer CD, Fu Y, Bai Y, Byun W (date unknown). Familial factors associating with physical activity in children and adolescents: An analysis using the combined 2017-2018 National Survey of Children’s Health. (pp. A-13-A-129). Vol. 92. Accepted, .
  • Strehli I, Burns RD, Bai Y, Ziegenfuss DH, Block M, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Mind-body physical activity interventions and stress-related physiological markers in educational settings: Systematic review and meta-analysis. (pp. A-13=A-129). Vol. 92. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD, Burns RD, Byun W, Carson RL, Welk GJ, Brusseau TA (date unknown). School-based physical activity interventions in rural and urban/suburban communities: A systematic review and meta-analysis. (pp. A-13-A-129). Vol. 92. Accepted, .
  • Ryan Burns (date unknown). Relationships among physical activity, sleep duration, and academic achievement in a representative sample of adolescents. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD (date unknown). Enjoyment, self-efficacy, and physical activity within parent-adolescent dyads. (pp. A-29). Vol. 91. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA, Burns RD (date unknown). Development of step count count points for school day sedentary behavior. (pp. 291). Vol. 50. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Burns RD, Brusseau TA, Constantino N (date unknown). A cluster analysis and validation of health-related fitness tests in college students. (pp. 406-407). Vol. 50. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA, Burns RD (date unknown). School day physical activity and classroom behavior in disadvantaged children. (pp. 893). Vol. 49. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Muscular strength and endurance and cardio-metabolic health in low-income Hispanic children. (pp. 969). Vol. 49. Accepted, .
  • Tobin S, Halliday TM, Burns RD, Qeadan F, Baron KG (date unknown). Factors influencing physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic in adults from Utah. (pp. 207-207). Vol. 53. Accepted, .
  • Zhang P, Fu Y, Burns RD, Godin S (date unknown). Effect of a smartphone-based intervention on adults’ physical activity, self-efficacy, and enjoyment. (pp. 51-52). Vol. 50. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Kim Y, Byun W, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Associations among school day sedentary behavior, physical activity, and motor skills: A compositional data analysis. (pp. S289). Vol. 49. Accepted, .
  • Bai Y, Burns RD, Gell N, Tang S, Wetter, D (date unknown). Effect of a lifestyle intervention to promote physical activity in adult pre-hypertensive and hypertensive patients. (pp. 235-235). Vol. 53. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD, Hu Q, McCarty RL, Burns RD (date unknown). Lifestyle characteristics as predictors of adolescent sleep duration: Evidence from a national survey. (pp. S527). Vol. 52. Accepted, .
  • Bai Y, Burns RD, Copeland W, Adams Z, Lerner M, Rettew J, Hudziak J (date unknown). Physical activity and its association with other wellness and risk behaviors from a college sample. (pp. S215). Vol. 52. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA, Burns RD, Fu Y (date unknown). Relating lifestyle factors to adolescent non-prescription steroid use. (pp. S95). Vol. 52. Accepted, .
  • Bai Y, Burns RD, Byun W (date unknown). Psychosocial and environmental correlates of adolescent physical activity during COVID-19. (pp. S64-S65). Vol. 44. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Byun W, Fu Y, Mihalopoulos N (date unknown). Adolescent sexual identity-behavior discordance and prevalence of 24-hour movement behaviors. (pp. A34–A35). Vol. 93. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Bai Y, Welk GJ, Byun W, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Physical activity-physical education enjoyment discordance and segmented physical activity. (pp. A58-A58.). Vol. 93. Accepted, .
  • Dyer S, Burns RD, Constantino N, Zhang P, Fu Y (date unknown). Trends in physical activity during a 5-week outdoor adventure camp. (pp. A68-A69). Vol. 93. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Burns RD, Zhang P, Dyer S, Yang S, Constantino N (date unknown). Associations of adolescent bullying victimization with meeting 24-hour movement behaviors. (pp. A36-A36). Vol. 93. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Pfledderer CD, Fu Y, Colotti TE, Byun W, Bai Y, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Bidirectional relationships of physical activity and gross motor skills before and after summer break: Application of a cross-lagged panel model. (pp. A-13-A-129). Vol. 92. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Burns RD, Gomes E, Savignac A (date unknown). Trends in sedentary behavior, physical activity, and motivation during a classroom-based Active Video Game program. (pp. A-50). Vol. 91. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Fu Y, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Sports participation independently associates with academic achievement among adolescents. (pp. A-50). Vol. 91. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD, Burns RD, Byun W, Carson RL, Welk GJ, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Parent and child perceptions of barriers to school active commuting. (pp. A-50). Vol. 91. Accepted, .
  • Strehli I, Kwon S, Pfledderer C, Burns RD (date unknown). Effect of playground interventions on accelerometer-assessed physical activity in pediatric populations. (pp. A-50). Vol. 91. Accepted, .
  • Leinweber S, Williams SM, Jones EM, Henninger ML, Burns R (date unknown). PA and skill levels in coed and same-sex PE during invasion games. (pp. A-102). Vol. 91. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Burns RD, Gomes E, Hsu Y-WJ (date unknown). Young children’s school day sedentary behavior and physical activity in interactive versus traditional active video game. (pp. A-50). Vol. 91. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA, Burns RD (date unknown). Weight gain and fitness loss of children over the summer. (pp. A-33). Vol. 90. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Burns RD, Yang W, Clements-Nolle K (date unknown). Associations between selected dietary behaviors and physical activity in adolescents. (pp. A-33). Vol. 90. Accepted, .
  • Williams S, Hannon JC, Burns RD (date unknown). Junior high PE students’ tactical knowledge in four sport units. (pp. A-118). Vol. 90. Accepted, .
  • Putnam T, Burns RD, Brusseau TA, Henderson H, Ziegenfuss D, French R (date unknown). A needs assessment to determine how PETE University faculty evaluate pre-service teacher competency. (pp. A-145). Vol. 90. Accepted, .
  • Zhang P, Fu Y, Burns RD, Brett C (date unknown). Associations among assessments of body composition with cardiorespiratory endurance, in adolescents. (pp. A-21). Vol. 90. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Fu Y, Brusseau TA, Yang W, Clements-Nolle K (date unknown). Relationships among physical activity, sleep duration, and academic achievement in a representative sample of adolescents. (pp. A-145). Vol. 90. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Fu Y (date unknown). Meta-Analysis of school-based physical activity interventions on physical activity enjoyment. (pp. A4-A207). Vol. 89. Accepted, .
  • Constantino N, Rodrigues K, Fu Y, Burns RD (date unknown). Effect of AVG on youth's physical activity, fitness, and motivation. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Burns RD, Constantino N, Zhang P (date unknown). Effect of exergaming program on physical activity, motor skill, and enjoyment in preschool children. (pp. A4-A207). Vol. 89. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Trends in estimated aerobic capacity over a two-year CSPAP. (pp. A4-A207). Vol. 89. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA, Hannon JC, Burns RD (date unknown). Effect of SPARK on segmented physical activity in incarcerated adolescents. (pp. A4-A207). Vol. 89. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA, Hannon JC, Burns RD (date unknown). Director of physical education and changes in physical activity from a CSPAP. (pp. A4-A207). Vol. 89. Accepted, .
  • Mattson RE, Brusseau TA, Burns RD, Metos JM, Jordan KC (date unknown). Changes in physical activity/nutrition knowledge and enjoyment in CSPAP schools. (pp. A4-A207). Vol. 89. Accepted, .
  • McKown H, Brusseau TA, Burns RD, Galli N (date unknown). Relationship between teacher appearance and student physical activity in elementary physical education. (pp. A4-A207.). Vol. 89. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Rodriguez K, Burns RD (date unknown). Physical activity and motor skills: Mediating effect of perceived competence. (pp. A4-A207). Vol. 89. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Brusseau TA, Hannon JC, Fang Y, Burns RD (date unknown). Effect of CSPAP on disadvantaged children’s enjoyment over one year. (pp. A33). Vol. 88. Accepted, .
  • King MK, Brusseau TA, Burns RD (date unknown). Contextual factors related to MVPA during elementary physical education. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA, Burns RD, Hannon JC (date unknown). Effect of CSPAP on TGMD-3 scores in disadvantaged children. (pp. A53-A54). Vol. 88. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Brusseau TA, Fu Y, Hannon JC (date unknown). Effect of CSPAP on cardio-metabolic health markers in disadvantaged children. (pp. A75). Vol. 88. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Fu Y, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Physical activity leader goal setting during a CSPAP intervention. (pp. A97). Vol. 88. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA, Burns RD, Fang Y, Fu Y, Goodrum S, Norris N, & Hannon JC (date unknown). Findings and lessons learned from a 2-year Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program. (pp. A6). Vol. 88. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Brusseau TA, Burns RD (date unknown). Trends in physical activity enjoyment in CSPAP schools. (pp. A4-A207). Vol. 89. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA,Burns RD (date unknown). Introduction to multicomponent school-based physical activity programs. (pp. 557-576). Accepted, .
  • Burns RD (date unknown). Public Health Implications of the Dose–Response Association Between Physical Activity and Cardiometabolic Health in Young Adults. Vol. 67, 155-156. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Sehn AP, Brand C, Castro Silveira JFD, Reuter CP (date unknown). The moderating influence of home location and school type across time on cardiometabolic risk and active school commuting: A 5-year longitudinal study. doi:10.1089/chi.2021.0299. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Podlog LW, Bai Y (date unknown). Enjoyment mediates associations of the physical and family environment with adolescent physical activity: A structural equation modeling approach. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Bai Y,Byun W,Colotti TE,Pfledderer CD,Kwon S,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Bidirectional relationships of physical activity and gross motor skills before and after summer break: Application of a cross-lagged panel model. Vol. 11, 244-251. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD (date unknown). Enjoyment, self-efficacy, and physical activity within parent-adolescent dyads: Application of the actor-partner interdependence model. Vol. 126. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Colotti TE,Pfledderer CD,Fu Y,Bai Y,Byun W (date unknown). Familial factors associating with youth physical activity using a national sample. Vol. 7. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Byun W,Fu Y,Mihalopoulos NL (date unknown). Sexual identity-behavior discordance and meeting 24-hour movement behavior recommendations in adolescents. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Burns R (date unknown). Effect of an Active Video Gaming Classroom Curriculum n Health-Related Fitness, School Day Step Counts, and Motivation in Sixth Graders. Vol. 15, 644-650. Accepted, .
  • Kirkham-King M,Brusseau T,Hannon J,Castelli D,Hilton K,Burns R (date unknown). Elementary physical education: A focus on fitness activities and smaller class sizes are associated with higher levels of physical activity. Vol. 8, 135-139. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Pfledderer CD,Fu Y (date unknown). Sports Participation Correlates With Academic Achievement: Results From a Large Adolescent Sample Within the 2017 U.S. National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Vol. 127, 448-467. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Pfledderer CD,Fu Y (date unknown). The neighbourhood social environment correlates with meeting 24-hmovement behaviour recommendations in females: A cross-sectional study using the 2019 national survey of children’s health. Vol. 46, 408-411. Accepted, .
  • Todendi PF,Brand C,Silveira JFdC,Burns RD,Martínez JA,Fiegenbaum M,Gaya AR,Renner JDP,Reuter CP,Valim ARdM (date unknown). Cardiorespiratory fitness and muscular strength moderates the relationship between fndc5 polymorphism and adiposity in children and adolescents. Vol. 18. Accepted, .
  • Fu, Y., Burns, R. D., Dyer, S., & Lopez, X. (date unknown). Associations of 24-hour movement behaviors, parental academic support, and academic achievement in Alaskan adolescents. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Brusseau TA, Hannon JC (date unknown). Prediction of optimal daily step count achievement from segmented school physical activity. Vol. 2015, 496248. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD,Burns RD,Byun W,Carson RL,Welk GJ,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Parent and Child Perceptions of Barriers to Active School Commuting. Vol. 91, 1014-1023. Accepted, .
  • Pagano KM, Burns, RD, Galli, N (date unknown). The influence of social comparisons on body image in men: A scoping review. Vol. 10, 20-44. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD,Burns RD,Byun W,Carson RL,Welk GJ,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Parent Preferences for Physical Activity in Before and After School Programs in Rural and Suburban Communities: A Discrete Choice Experiment. Vol. 18, 1479-1489. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA,Burns RD,Fu Y,Glenn Weaver R (date unknown). Impact of Year-Round and Traditional School Schedules on Summer Weight Gain and Fitness Loss. Vol. 15, 541-547. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Fu Y,Brusseau T,Clements-Nolle K,Yang W (date unknown). Relationships among physical activity, sleep duration, diet, and academic achievement in a sample of adolescents. Vol. 12, 71-74. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau T,Burns R (date unknown). Children’s weight gain and cardiovascular fitness loss over the summer. Vol. 15. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Fu Y (date unknown). Testing the motor competence and health-related variable conceptual model: A path analysis. Vol. 3. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Burns R (date unknown). Gross motor skills and school day physical activity: Mediating effect of perceived competence. Vol. 6, 287-300. Accepted, .
  • Kulinna P,Ramirez E,Jahn J,Cothran D,Burns R,Kloeppel T (date unknown). Predictors of Native American children's perceived status of health and physical shape. Vol. 22. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Fu Y,Fang Y,Hannon JC,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Effect of a 12-Week Physical Activity Program on Gross Motor Skills in Children. Vol. 124, 1121-1133. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Brusseau T,Hannon J (date unknown). Effect of a comprehensive school physical activity program on school day step counts in children. Vol. 12, 1536-1542. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau T,Burns R (date unknown). Step count and MVPA compendium for middle school physical education activities. Vol. 15, 646-650. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA, Burns RD, Hannon JC (date unknown). The effect of body composition, physical activity, and aerobic fitness on the physical activity and fitness knowledge of at-risk inner city children. Vol. 73, 745. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Pfledderer CD,Fu Y (date unknown). Adolescent Health Behaviors and Difficulty Concentrating, Remembering, and Making Decisions. Vol. 15, 664-672. Accepted, .
  • Miller CJ,Christensen JC,Burns RD (date unknown). Influence of demographics and utilization of physical therapy interventions on clinical outcomes and revision rates following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Vol. 47, 834-844. Accepted, .
  • Wahl-Alexander Z, Brusseau TA, Burns RD (date unknown). Physical activity levels and changes in health-related fitness in residential summer camp counselors. Vol. 37. Accepted, .
  • Zhang P,Burns RD,Fu Y,Godin S,Byun W (date unknown). Agreement between the apple series 1, lifetrak core C200, and fitbit charge HR with indirect calorimetry for assessing treadmill energy expenditure. Vol. 16. Accepted, .
  • Phillips DS,Hannon JC,Gregory BB,Burns RD (date unknown). Effect of vigorous physical activity on executive control in middle-school students. Vol. 16. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau T,Burns R (date unknown). Physical Activity, Health-Related Fitness, and Classroom Behavior in Children: A Discriminant Function Analysis. Vol. 89, 411-417. Accepted, .
  • Kwon S,Kim Y,Bai Y,Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Byun W (date unknown). Validation of the apple watch for estimating moderate-to-vigorous physical activity and activity energy expenditure in school-aged children. Vol. 21. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Burns R,Constantino N,Zhang P (date unknown). Differences in Step Counts, Motor Competence, and Enjoyment between an Exergaming Group and a Non-Exergaming Group. Vol. 7, 335-340. Accepted, .
  • Weaver R,Crimarco A,Brusseau T,Webster C,Burns R,Hannon J (date unknown). Accelerometry-Derived Physical Activity of First Through Third Grade Children During the Segmented School Day. Vol. 86, 726-733. Accepted, .
  • Saint-Maurice P,Welk G,Burns R,Plowman S,Corbin C,Hannon J (date unknown). The criterion-referenced validity of the FITNESSGRAM Trunk-Extension test. Vol. 55, 1252-1263. Accepted, .
  • Phillips DS., Gregory B, Hart JL, Arville P, Dilworth Q, Burns RD. (date unknown). Effect of acute vigorous physical activity on cognitive control in college-aged students. Vol. 3, 106-116. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Byun W, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Gross motor skills predict classroom behavior in lower income children. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Bai Y,Pfledderer CD,Brusseau TA,Byun W (date unknown). Movement behaviors and perceived loneliness and sadness within alaskan adolescents. Vol. 17, 1-13. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD,Burns RD,Byun W,Carson RL,Welk GJ,Brusseau TA (date unknown). School-based physical activity interventions in rural and urban/suburban communities: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Vol. 22. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau T,Burns R (date unknown). The Physical Activity Leader and Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program Effectiveness. Vol. 10, 127-133. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Brusseau T,Hannon J (date unknown). Effect of comprehensive school physical activity programming on cardiometabolic health markers in children from low-income schools. Vol. 14, 671-676. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Fu Y,Hannon J,Brusseau T (date unknown). School physical activity programming and gross motor skills in children. Vol. 41, 591-598. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA,Burns RD,Fu Y (date unknown). Contextual factors related to physical activity during daily middle school physical education. Vol. 19, 733-737. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Burns RD,Constantino N,Fitzsimmons J,Zhang P (date unknown). Effect of the Resistance Exercise on Elementary School Students’ Physical Fitness. Vol. 1, 184-191. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Burns RD,Gomes E,Savignac A,Constantino N (date unknown). Trends in sedentary behavior, physical activity, and motivation during a classroom-based active video game program. Vol. 16. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA,Hannon JC,Fu Y,Fang Y,Nam K,Goodrum S,Burns RD (date unknown). Trends in physical activity, health-related fitness, and gross motor skills in children during a two-year comprehensive school physical activity program. Vol. 21, 828-832. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Fang Y,Fu Y,Hannon JC (date unknown). Waist-to-height ratio, aerobic fitness, and cardiometabolic risk in Hispanic children from low-income U.S. schools. Vol. 28, 388-396. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Fu Y,Hannon JC (date unknown). Predictors and trends of gross motor skill performance in at-risk elementary school-aged children. Vol. 121, 284-299. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Hannon JC,Brusseau TA,Eisenman PA,Saint-Maurice PF,Welk GJ,Mahar MT (date unknown). Cross-validation of aerobic capacity prediction models in adolescents. Vol. 27, 404-411. Accepted, .
  • Mattson RE,Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Metos JM,Jordan KC (date unknown). Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programming and Health Behavior Knowledge. Vol. 8. Accepted, .
  • Bai Y, Burns RD, Gell N, Byun W (date unknown). A randomized trial to promote physical activity in adult pre-hypertensive and hypertensive patients. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Li L, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Cardiorespiratory endurance and mathematics performance: A mediation analysis. Vol. 3, 117-127. Accepted, .
  • Fang Y, Burns RD, Hannon JC, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Factors influencing muscular strength and endurance in disadvantaged children from low- income families. Vol. 9, 306-317. Accepted, .
  • Greviskes LE,Podlog L,Burns RD,Jackson B,Dimmock J,Newton M,Dibble LE,Pillow W (date unknown). Caring Rehabilitation Climate, the Tripartite Efficacy Framework, and Adherence to Rehabilitation Programs among Individuals with Parkinson's Disease: A Multiple Mediation Analysis. Vol. 43, E16-E24. Accepted, .
  • Podlog L, Heil J, Burns RD, Fawver B, Iriye T, Bergeson S, Williams AM. (date unknown). A cognitive behavioral intervention for collegiate athletes with injuries. Vol. 34, 111-121. Accepted, .
  • Greviskes LE,Podlog L,Newton M,Dibble LE,Burns RD,Pillow W,Hall MS,Hammer C (date unknown). Caring Interactions in Secondary Prevention Programs: A Qualitative Inquiry of Individuals with Parkinson's Disease. Vol. 42, 167-175. Accepted, .
  • Yi X,Fu Y,Burns R,Ding M (date unknown). Weight status, physical fitness, and health-related quality of life among Chinese adolescents: A cross-sectional study. Vol. 16. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD,Burns RD,Brusseau TA (date unknown). School environment, physical activity, and sleep as predictors of suicidal ideation in adolescents: Evidence from a national survey. Vol. 74, 83-90. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y., Burns RD, Gomes E, Hsu Y, Gao Z. (date unknown). Young children’s school day sedentary behavior and physical activity in interactive versus non-interactive active video game. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Hannon JC (date unknown). Comprehensive school physical activity programming and activity enjoyment. Vol. 40, 496-502. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Hannon JC (date unknown). Physical activity trajectories during daily middle school physical education. Vol. 12, 982-989. Accepted, .
  • Ryan Burns (date unknown). Enjoyment mediates associations of the physical and family environment with adolescent physical activity: a structural equation modeling approach. Journal of Adolescent Health. Accepted, .
  • Bai, Y., Copeland, W. E., Burns, R. D., Nardone, H., Devadanam, V., Rettew, J., Hudziak, J. (date unknown). Ecological momentary assessed physical activity and wellness behaviors in college students across a school year: A longitudinal naturalistic study. Vol. 8, e25375. Accepted, .
  • Podlog LW,Heil J,Burns RD,Bergeson S,Iriye T,Fawver B,Williams AM (date unknown). A cognitive behavioral intervention for college athletes with injuries. Vol. 34, 111-121. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA,Burns RD,Hannon JC (date unknown). Trends in Sedentary and Physical Activity Behaviors in Incarcerated Adolescent Boys During a Sports, Play, and Recreation for Kids Program. Vol. 33, 760-763. Accepted, .
  • D’astous E,Podlog L,Burns R,Newton M,Fawver B (date unknown). Perceived competence, achievement goals, and return-to-sport outcomes: A mediation analysis. Vol. 17. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Fu Y,Hannon JC (date unknown). Establishing school day pedometer step count cut-points using ROC curves in low-income children. Vol. 86, 117-122. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Gao Z,Hannon JC,Burns RD,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Effect of the SPARK program on physical activity, cardiorespiratory endurance, and motivation in middle-school students. Vol. 13, 534-542. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Hannon J,Brusseau T,Shultz B,Eisenman P (date unknown). Indices of abdominal adiposity and cardiorespiratory fitness test performance in middle-school students. Vol. 2013. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD,Bai Y,Brusseau TA,Burns RD,King Jensen JL (date unknown). Changes in college students’ health behaviors and substance use after a brief wellness intervention during COVID-19. Vol. 26. Accepted, .
  • Todendi PF,Brand C,Silveira JFdC,Gaya AR,Agostinis-Sobrinho C,Fiegenbaum M,Burns RD,Valim ARdM,Reuter CP (date unknown). Physical fitness attenuates the genetic predisposition to obesity in children and adolescents. Vol. 31, 894-902. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Pfledderer CD,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Active transport, not device use, associates with self-reported school week physical activity in adolescents. Vol. 9. Accepted, .
  • McKown HB, Brusseau TA, Burns RD, Galli N. (date unknown). The effect of physical education teacher appearance on student physical activity. Vol. 76. Accepted, .
  • Daniels P,Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Hall MS,Davidson L,Adams TD,Eisenman P (date unknown). Effect of a randomised 12-week resistance training programme on muscular strength, cross-sectional area and muscle quality in women having undergone Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. Vol. 36, 529-535. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Bai Y,Byun W (date unknown). Segmented school physical activity and weight status in children: Application of compositional data analysis. Vol. 18, 1-11. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Bai Y, Podlog LW, Brusseau TA, Welk GJ (date unknown). Associations of physical activity enjoyment and physical education enjoyment with segmented daily physical activity in children: Exploring tenets of the trans-contextual model of motivation. Accepted, .
  • Kwon S,Burns RD,Kim Y,Bai Y,Byun W (date unknown). Inter-device agreement between fitbit flex 1 and 2 for assessing sedentary behavior and physical activity. Vol. 18, 1-11. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Fu Y,Zhang P (date unknown). Resistance training and insulin sensitivity in youth: A meta-analysis. Vol. 43, 228-242. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Fu Y,Constantino N (date unknown). Measurement agreement in percent body fat estimates among laboratory and field assessments in college students: Use of equivalence testing. Vol. 14. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Brusseau T (date unknown). Muscular strength and endurance and cardio-metabolic health in disadvantaged Hispanic children from the U.S. Vol. 5, 21-26. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD, Hannon JC, Allen B, Brusseau TA (date unknown). Convergent validity of the one-mile run and PACER VO2 max prediction models in middle school students. Vol. 4, 1-8. Accepted, .
  • Wahl-Alexander Z, Brusseau TA, Burns RD (date unknown). Changes in daily step counts and health-related fitness in boys after a residential summer camp. Vol. 35, 75-81. Accepted, .
  • Kwon S,Wan N,Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Kim Y,Kumar S,Ertin E,Wetter DW,Lam CY,Wen M,Byun W (date unknown). The validity of motionsense hrv in estimating sedentary behavior and physical activity under free-living and simulated activity settings. Vol. 21, 1-18. Accepted, .
  • Chase B,Brusseau T,Burns R,Hannon J,Henderson H,Kehoe B (date unknown). Association between health-related fitness, perceived stress, and metabolic syndrome prevalence in a sample of law enforcement officers. Vol. 44, 261-274. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Bai Y,Fu Y,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Associations of adolescent lifestyle behaviors with body mass index within a nationally representative sample of US adolescents: a quantile regression analysis. Vol. 179, 51-58. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Brusseau T,Hannon J (date unknown). Multivariate Associations Among Health-Related Fitness, Physical Activity, and TGMD-3 Test Items in Disadvantaged Children From Low-Income Families. Vol. 124, 86-104. Accepted, .
  • Zhang P, Burns RD, Fu Y, Godin S, Li Z, Zhang X. (date unknown). Efficacy of a 4-Week smartphone application intervention on college students’ BMI, physical activity, and motivation. Vol. 6, 15-26. Accepted, .
  • Yi X,Fu Y,Burns R,Bai Y,Zhang P (date unknown). Body mass index and physical fitness among Chinese adolescents from Shandong Province: A cross-sectional study. Vol. 19. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Brusseau T,Fu Y (date unknown). Influence of Goal Setting on Physical Activity and Cardiorespiratory Endurance in Low-Income Children Enrolled in CSPAP Schools. Vol. 48, 32-40. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Burns RD,Hsu YW,Zhang P (date unknown). Motivation, Segmented Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and Weight Status in Adolescents: A Path Analysis. Vol. 93, 204-209. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau TA,Burns RD (date unknown). Associations of physical activity, school safety and non-prescription steroid use in adolescents: A structural equation modeling approach. Vol. 19. Accepted, .
  • Bai Y,Copeland WE,Burns R,Nardone H,Devadanam V,Rettew J,Hudziak J (date unknown). Ecological Momentary Assessment of Physical Activity and Wellness Behaviors in College Students Throughout a School Year: Longitudinal Naturalistic Study. Vol. 8. Accepted, .
  • Podlog L,Burns R,Dimmock JA,Jackson B,Hall MS,Fritz JM (date unknown). Does motivation mediate the relationship between competence perceptions and patient outcomes among individuals with chronic low back pain? A multiple mediation analysis. Vol. 43, 953-959. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Zhang P,Constantino N (date unknown). Influence of meeting weekday and weekend step count recommendations on weight statusin children. Vol. 39, 808-814. Accepted, .
  • Putnam T,Newton M,Brusseau T,Burns R,Ziegenfuss D,Franklin J (date unknown). The Preservice Teacher Competency Performance Scale: A Standards-Based Assessment Scale to Track Teacher Competency During a PETE Preparation Program. Vol. 92, 28-33. Accepted, .
  • Vargos C,Williams SM,Henninger ML,Coleman MM,Burns R (date unknown). The effects of single-sex versus coeducational physical education on american junior high PE students' physical activity levels and self-competence. Vol. 13, 170-176. Accepted, .
  • Reuter CP,Brand C,de Castro Silveira JF,de Borba Schneiders L,Renner JDP,Borfe L,Burns RD (date unknown). Reciprocal longitudinal relationship between fitness, fatness, and metabolic syndrome in brazilian children and adolescents: A 3-year longitudinal study. Vol. 33, 74-81. Accepted, .
  • Kim Y, Burns RD, Lee DC, Welk GJ (date unknown). Associations of movement behaviors and body mass index: comparison between a report-based and monitor-based method using Compositional Data Analysis. Vol. 45, 266-275. Accepted, .
  • Nam K,Ringenbach SDR,Brusseau TA,Burns RD,Braden BB,Lee CD,Henderson HL (date unknown). Immediate reinforcement increased duration of time riding the stationary bicycle in children with autism spectrum disorder: a pilot study. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Burns RD, Clements-Nolle K, Yang, W (date unknown). Associations between selected dietary behaviors and physical activity in adolescents. Vol. 6, 79-87. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD,Burns RD,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Association between access to electronic devices in the home environment and cardiorespiratory fitness in children. Vol. 6. Accepted, .
  • Christensen JC,Miller CJ,Burns RD,West HS (date unknown). Effect of physical therapy visits on clinical outcomes following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with and without concurrent meniscal repair. Vol. 28, 24-32. Accepted, .
  • England A,Brusseau T,Burns R,Koester D,Newton M,Thiese M,Chase B (date unknown). The cognitive structure of the basketball free throw in adolescent physical education students. Vol. 23, 472-484. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Kim Y,Byun W,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Associations of school day sedentary behavior and physical activity with gross motor skills: Use of compositional data analysis. Vol. 16, 811-817. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Brusseau T,Fu Y,Zhang P (date unknown). Development of Step-Count Cut Points for School-Day Vigorous Physical Activity. Vol. 2018. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau T,Burns R,Hannon J (date unknown). Physical activity and health-related fitness of adolescents within the juvenile justice system. Vol. 2018. Accepted, .
  • Zhang P,Fu Y,Burns R,Godin S (date unknown). Effect of efitbuddy on promoting physical activity and motivation in college students. Vol. 13, 799-809. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y,Brusseau T,Hannon J,Burns R (date unknown). Effect of a 12-Week Summer Break on School Day Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness in Low-Income Children from CSPAP Schools. Vol. 2017. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Brusseau T,Fu Y,Hannon J (date unknown). Gross motor skills and cardiometabolic risk in children: A mediation analysis. Vol. 49, 746-751. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Brusseau T,Fang Y,Fu Y,Hannon J (date unknown). Establishing waist-to-height ratio standards from criterion-referenced BMI using ROC curves in low-income children. Vol. 2016. Accepted, .
  • Smith C, Hannon JC, Brusseau TA, Fu Y, Burns RD (date unknown). Physical activity patterns during school leisure time in children. Vol. 4. Accepted, .
  • Brusseau T,Hannon J,Burns R (date unknown). The effect of a comprehensive school physical activity program on physical activity and health-related fitness in children from low-income families. Vol. 13, 888-894. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Fu Y,Myrer RS,Hannon JC (date unknown). Comprehensive school physical activity programming and classroom behavior. Vol. 40, 100-107. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Hannon J,Brusseau T,Eisenman P,Shultz B,Saint-Maurice P,Welk G,Mahar M (date unknown). Development of an aerobic capacity prediction model from one-mile run/walk performance in adolescents aged 13-16 years. Vol. 34, 18-26. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Brusseau TA,Fang Y,Myrer RS,Fu Y,Hannon JC (date unknown). Predictors and grade level trends of school day physical activity achievement in low-income children from the U.S. Vol. 2, 868-873. Accepted, .
  • Allen B,Hannon J,Burns R,Williams S (date unknown). Effect of a core conditioning intervention on tests of trunk muscular endurance in school-aged children. Vol. 28, 2063-2070. Accepted, .
  • Fu Y, Burns RD, Zhang P, Dyer S, Constantino (date unknown). Association of adolescent bullying victimization with meeting 24-hour movement behavior recommendations: A cross-sectional study using the combined 2015-2019 Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Fu Y,Podlog L (date unknown). School-based physical activity interventions and physical activity enjoyment: A meta-analysis. (pp. 84-90). Vol. 103. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Bai Y,Fu Y,Pfledderer CD,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Parent engagement and support, physical activity, and academic performance (PESPAAP): A proposed theoretical model. Vol. 16. Accepted, .
  • Burns RD,Bai Y,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Physical Activity and Sports Participation Associates with Cognitive Functioning and Academic Progression: An Analysis Using the Combined 2017–2018 National Survey of Children’s Health. (pp. 1197-1204). Vol. 17. Accepted, .
  • Burns R (date unknown). Energy balance-related factors associating with adolescent weight loss intent: Evidence from the 2017 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Vol. 19. Accepted, .
  • Burns R,Brusseau T,Fu Y (date unknown). Moderators of school-based physical activity interventions on cardiorespiratory endurance in primary school-aged children: A meta-regression. Vol. 15. Accepted, .
  • Pfledderer CD,Kwon S,Strehli I,Byun W,Burns RD (date unknown). The Effects of Playground Interventions on Accelerometer-Assessed Physical Activity in Pediatric Populations: A Meta-Analysis. Vol. 19. Accepted, .
  • Strehli I,Burns RD,Bai Y,Ziegenfuss DH,Block ME,Brusseau TA (date unknown). Mind–body physical activity interventions and stress-related physiological markers in educational settings: A systematic review and meta-analysis. (pp. 1-24). Vol. 18. Accepted, .