Yue Liao

Yue Liao

Feb 04, 2015

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About This Project

This study will use mobile technology to investigate whether mothers' current feelings and emotions might influence their children's subsequent feelings, which then might affect their activity levels. Results from this study could inform us whether to target mothers' daily feelings as a way to promote children's physical activity.

Enrollment for this study is open to residents in Los Angeles County. For more information, please contact reachlab@usc.edu.

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