Professor Erica Hinckson

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Head of School - Sport & Recreation

Email: erica.hinckson@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3928-7830

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Academic appointments:

  • Associate Dean Postgraduate Research, Auckland University of Technology (2011 - 2018)
  • Head of School, Sport and Recreation, Auckland University of Technology (2018 - ongoing)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, Auckland University of Technology
  • MSc (Exercise and Movement Science), University of Oregon
  • BSc (Biochemistry and Cell Biology), University of California San Diego
  • Certificate of Teaching in Higher Education (Adult Teaching and Learning),, Unitec, New Zealand

Overview:

Professor Erica Hinckson is the Head of School of Sport and Recreation at the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences at Auckland University of Technology. Previously she held the role of Associate Dean Postgraduate Research for the Faculty for six years. Professor Erica Hinckson leads the NZ chapter of "Our Voice" Citizen Science for Health Equity Global Research Network (based at Stanford University), co-directs the Centre for Child and Youth Research and a senior researcher at the Human Potential Centre. Her program of research focuses on the science of behaviour, in particular, the patterns, causes and effects of physical activity and sedentary behaviour on health in youth and adults, within the context of the built environment. She is on the steering committee for the International Physical Activity and Environment Network (IPEN), and the Chair of the Publication's Committee, president-elect for the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, an inaugural member of Citizen Science Global Research Network and Citizen Science Leadership Task Force, and former Chair for the Council of Environment and Physical Activity (ISPAH Council).

Research interests:

Physical Activity across the lifespan and the Built Environment
Physical activity surveillance, research, and policy worldwide
Physical activity and sedentary behavioural measurement
Children's active travel to school
Citizen Science for Health Equity

Teaching summary:

Physical Activity and Health (Undergraduate)

Physical Activity and Health Promotion (Postgraduate)

Research Methods (Postgraduate)

Fields of research:

  • Public Health and Health Services
  • Health Promotion
  • Land Use and Environmental Planning
  • Other Built Environment and Design
  • Environment Policy
  • Citizenship

Professional activities:

Featured professional activities

  • Chair of International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference organising committee for 2020, ISBNPA Conference 2020 (2019 - 2020)
  • Collaborator on the Global Healthy Liveable City Indicator Study, IPEN & RMIT (2018 - ongoing)

Appointment, affiliation, and membership

  • Working group member, Sport New Zealand (2020 - ongoing)
  • Committee member and Chair, International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activit (ISBNPA ) (2020)
  • AUT Sub-committee member, AUT Branch of the Public Health Association of NZ (2020 - ongoing)
  • President elect of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, ISBNPA (2019 - ongoing)
  • Co-Director: Strategic development of a Centre Of Research Excellence bid, AUT University (2019 - 2020)
  • Founding Director, Australiasian Society of Physical Activity (2019 - ongoing)
  • National working group member for developing Key Policy Recommendations for Active Transport in New Zealand, Transport (2019 - ongoing)
  • Member of AUT’s Sustainability Action Group, Member of AUT’s Sustainability Action Group (2019 - ongoing)
  • Member, Citizen Science Association (2019 - ongoing)
  • Member, AUT Sustainability Action Group (2019 - ongoing)
  • Working group leader: Everybody active everyday: Tama tū, tama ora. Academic working group focused on how to increase physical activity in New Zealand, Ministry of Health (2019)
  • Executive committee member at large, International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2017 - ongoing)
  • Member, Global Citizen Science Research Network (2016 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Professional memberships, (2013 - ongoing)
  • Member, International Society of Physical Activity and Health (2012 - ongoing)
  • Member of the University Teaching and Learning Committee, AUT University (2012 - ongoing)
  • Member of the University Learning and Teaching Enabled by Technology subcom, AUT University (2012 - ongoing)
  • Member of the Sedentary Behaviour Research Network (SBRN), SBRN (2011 - ongoing)
  • Member, International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (2009 - ongoing)
  • Member of the Obesity Society since 2009: The membership was assessed by th, (2009 - ongoing)

Award, prize, fellowship, and scholarship

  • Grant funding of $20,000-Citizen X: Empowering children to influence changes in their school environment, Curious Minds-MBIE (2019)
  • RSNZ Seed Grant 2017: Mind-Brain-Body Approach to Health and Wellbeing, Royal Society of New Zealand (2017 - 2019)
  • Mauri-ora and urban wellbeing: A holistic approach to neighbourhood transformation, Building Better Homes Towns and Cities: Ko ngā wā kāinga hei whakamahorahora National Science Challe (2017)
  • 2014 Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Research Award, FHES
  • External funding for Built Environments and Physical Activity in NZ Youth, HRC
  • Vice Chancellor Established Team Award, AUT University Vice Chancellor Derek McCormack
  • IPEN-Adolescents funding ($2,823,300),
  • External funding for collaboration, (2011 - 2012)
  • New Investigator Award,
  • Emerging Researcher: Faculty award winner and faculty nomination for the AU,
  • Named investigator for the Health Research Council of New Zealand, District, (2009 - 2010)
  • HEHA Monitoring and Evaluation Toolbox $100,000 Development of measuremen,
  • 1. Development of HEHA Strategy and Evaluation Plan $650,000. My contribut,
  • Push Play Neighbourhoods. $30,000. My contribution: Designed physical act,
  • Research Award: School of Sport and Recreation, Faculty of Health and Envir,
  • Built Environments, physical activity and obesity. $1,128,187.20. Determi,

Editorship, reviewing, examining, and judging

  • Abstract Committee & keynote moderator: ISBNPA Xchange Online Initiative, International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2020)
  • Astract Committee, juddge & session chair: ISBNPA, International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) (2019 - 2020)
  • Guest editor, Journal of Transport and Health (2019 - ongoing)

Facilitation, networking and collaboration

  • Organising Committee member and scientific programme, ISBNPA Exchange online conference (2020)
  • AUT Millennium Innovation Centre Leadership Team, AUT Millennium (2020 - ongoing)
  • Chair of International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference organising committee for 2020, ISBNPA Conference 2020 (2019 - 2020)
  • Keynote, AUT University (2019)
  • Co-director, Strategic development of a Centre Of Research Excellence bid - AUT University (2019 - 2020)
  • Keynote, The Active Living and the Environment Symposium, University of Otago (2019)
  • Collaborator on the Global Healthy Liveable City Indicator Study, IPEN & RMIT (2018 - ongoing)
  • 2014 Expert witness and advisor, Cout case - Mon Desir Management Ltd and Bin Bin Bar (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2014 Elected as the co-chair of the international Council for the Environment and Physical activity, CEPA (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2014 International Physical activity and Environment Network-Adolescent Steering group, (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Chair of panel for the review of the Master/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate of Business Administration, 2013 Chair of panel for the review of the Master/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate of Bu (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2012 Organised KoAwarea Professorial seminar series, (2012 - ongoing)
  • Invited participant on AUT Brand Strategy project workshop, (2012 - ongoing)
  • Conference chair and judge at 2008 ASICS conference of Science and Medicine, (2008 - ongoing)

Contribution to academic environment

  • Moderator for Steward T. Keynote -The evolving role of data science in behavioural research. ISBNPA XChange Initiative, AUT University (2020)
  • 2019 Led the development and submission of AUT's first bid for a Centre of Research Excellence, Auckland University of Technology (2019)
  • 2019 Leader of a national working group for Everybody Active Everyday: Tama tū, tama ora report -Urban Design section, Ministry of Health, New Zealand (2019 - ongoing)
  • Chair of IPEN Publications Committee, (2018 - ongoing)
  • 2015 Invited to contribute to an end-conference panel on "strategies to reduce inequalities in health promoting environments" , Israel, (2015 - ongoing)
  • 2015 Nominated for the NSC11 writing workshops to represent AUT, (2015 - ongoing)
  • 2014 Invitation to participate in the Building Better Homes, Towns, and Cities National Science Challenge, (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2014 Favourable comment from an overseas student that I was mentoring, (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2014 Supported students to present at international conferences, (2014)
  • Guest Lecture, AUT Manukau Campus (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2014 Examination of Theses, (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2014 Invited to speak at AUT professorial forum, (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2014 Assisting doctoral graduates into fellowships, (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2014 Received 14 messages of deep gratitude from Staff and Students enabling them to succeed, (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2014-15 AUT Strategic Research Investment Fund applications submitted, (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Fostered international student visit, (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Leadind Researcher, AUT University (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2013 NZWIL (New Zealand Women in Leadership) Panelist, (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Assisted post graduate student with attending and presentating at research symposium, (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Assisted students with attending and presentating at international conferences, (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Assisted Doctoral students to publish, (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Mentoring Researchers, (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Assisted postgraduate students to publish, (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2012 Assisted postgraduate student to publish, (2012 - ongoing)
  • 2012 Assisted doctoral students to present at international conferences, (2012 - ongoing)
  • 2012 Assisted Honours students to publish, (2012 - ongoing)
  • 2012 Assisted doctoral students to publish, (2012 - ongoing)
  • 2013 Serving on university/faculty/department research or postgraduate committees/PhD committees, (2011 - ongoing)
  • Serving on university/faculty/postgraduate committee, (2011 - ongoing)
  • Invited to contribute to a book, (2011 - ongoing)
  • Leader, International Physical activity and Environment Network (IPEN) (2010 - ongoing)
  • Intern. Council for the Environment and Physical Activity (CEPA) in Youth, International Council for the Environment and Physical Activity (CEPA) (2010 - ongoing)
  • Mentored and assisted top student (Amy Curtis) to win a TEC summer students, (2009 - ongoing)
  • Invited to the advisory board as a member for Unitec New Zealand's School o, (2009 - ongoing)
  • Development of the Postgraduate and research strategic plan for the school, (2009 - ongoing)
  • Mentored and provided support for staff to pursue PhD qualifications: 1) Sa, (2009 - ongoing)
  • Hosted Prof Elizabeth Ready, Uni of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. Prof Ready, (2009 - ongoing)
  • Discussions on symposium in the area of sedentary behaviour in children. Pr, (2009 - ongoing)
  • Lead weekly meetings (2009) with PG and PhD students and their supervisors, (2009 - ongoing)
  • Acting Associate Dean of Postgraduate (March-June 2008): During this time I, (2008 - ongoing)
  • Contributed to the Faculty working group on peer review/mentoring to develo, (2008 - ongoing)
  • Head of Research (2008-present):Lead the implementation, at School level, o, (2008 - ongoing)
  • Attracting students for supervision from overseas and locally, (2008 - ongoing)
  • Students receiving scholarships, (2008 - ongoing)
  • Lead changes to PhD processes, (2008 - ongoing)
  • Assisted student to present at conferences, (2008 - ongoing)
  • Students receiving scholarships, (2008 - ongoing)
  • Stream leader (Physical Activity and Nutrition discipline): Responsible for, (2007 - ongoing)
  • Associate Director for the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition, AUT University (2006 - 2008)
  • Associate Director of the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition resear, (2006 - ongoing)
  • Organised and lead orientation sessions and graduation breakfasts biannual, (2006 - ongoing)
  • Head of Postgraduate (2006-2008): Responsible for the development, strategi, (2006 - ongoing)
  • Head of Postgraduate (2006-2008):Provided academic leadership for staff and, (2006 - ongoing)
  • Lead researcher on the School Travel Plan-Travelwise programme, Auckland Regional Transport Authority and New Zealand Transport Agency. (2006 - ongoing)
  • , ( - ongoing)

Other professional recognition

  • 54 Invitations to review manuscripts in high impact journals (Jan-Dec), Various (2019)
  • 2014 AUT Strategic Research Investment Fund (SRIF)- $60K, RIO (2014 - ongoing)
  • DCT/HES Faculty Strategic Research Investment Fund 2014-$20K, DCT/HES (2014 - ongoing)
  • 2013 BBC medical science television programme (UK) article request, (2013 - ongoing)
  • 2013 PBRF rating, (2013 - ongoing)
  • Mentioned on TV3 News, (2012 - ongoing)
  • Cited 38 times in highly prestigious journals: PROGRESS IN CARDIOVASCULAR D, (2010 - ongoing)
  • Title: Sea-level performance in runners using altitude tents: a field study, (2009 - ongoing)
  • Principal investigator on Auckland Regional Transport Authority School Trav, (2006 - ongoing)

Outreach and engagement

  • Submission: 2020 Physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines for children, adolescents, adults and older adults (2020)
  • Feedback on Accessible Streets: Law change (2020)
  • Submission: Accessible Streets-Law Changes for encouraging walking and cycling (2020)
  • News article contributions (National) (2019)
  • News article Contributions (local) (2019)
  • Impacting bylaw change (2019)
  • Expert advisor (2018)
  • 2014 Invitation to be New Zealand’s Physical Activity Card country contact (2014)
  • 2014 Invited to attend the Achieving Change Across Sectors: Integrating Research, Policy, and Practice Webinar (2014)
  • 2013 Developing working relationships amongst researchers across institutions (2013)
  • Research Workshop (2013)
  • AUT media release highlights expertise on standing desks in primary schools (2013)
  • 2013 Coordinating international research network (2013)
  • 2012 asked to profile my article on their website HealthMatters Community Academic Partnership (CAP) (2012)
  • Citation in NZ Herald (2012)
  • Invited to contribute to a special symposium at the International Society o (2011)
  • Panel for Laura Fergusson scholarship (2011)
  • The paper "Reliability of time to exhaustion analyzed with critical-power a (2009)
  • Colleagues from within AUT and externally have asked me to review their gra (2009)
  • Leader of the Cluster for Child Health formed in April 2009. The research p (2009)
  • Strong cross institutional collaborations-Prof Karen Whitten (Center for So (2007)
  • Expertise were identified via the media release by Auckland Regional Transp (2006)
  • Organised and facilitated strategic/planning meeting for the Centre for Phy (2006)
  • Strong links with external ogranisations:Auckland Regional Transport Author (2006)

Research outputs:

Featured research outputs

  • Hinckson, E., & Guy, F. (2018). School Travel Plans. In R. Larouche (Ed.), Children’s Active Transportation (pp. 205-214). Elsevier.

  • Hinckson, E., Schneider, M., Sarmiento, O., Lambert, E., Triana, C., Banchoff, A., . . . King, A. (2018). Utilising the Our Voice citizen science model to support and promote active environments at schools and universities in Colombia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the USA. In Journal of Physical Activity and Health Vol. 15 (pp. S1). London: Human Kinetics. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • Chaudhury, M., Hinckson, E., Badland, H., & Oliver, M. (2017). Children’s independence and affordances experienced in the context of public open spaces: A study of diverse inner-city and suburban neighbourhoods in Auckland, New Zealand. Children's Geographies. doi:10.1080/14733285.2017.1390546

  • Hinckson, E., Schneider, M., Winter, S. J., Stone, E., Puhan, M., Stathi, A., . . . King, A. C. (2017). Citizen science applied to building healthier community environments: Advancing the field through shared construct and measurement development. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14(133). doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0588-6

  • Hinckson, E., Cerin, E., Mavoa, S., Smith, M., Badland, H., Stewart, T., . . . Schofield, G. (2017). Associations of the perceived and objective neighborhood environment with physical activity and sedentary time in New Zealand adolescents. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14. doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0597-5

  • Hinckson, E., Cerin, E., Mavoa, S., Smith, M., Badland, H., Witten, K., . . . Schofield, G. (2017). What are the associations between neighborhood walkability and sedentary time in New Zealand adults? The URBAN cross-sectional study. BMJ Open, 7. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-016128

  • Hinckson, E. (2016). Perceived challenges and facilitators of active travel following implementation of the School Travel-Plan programme in New Zealand children and adolescents. Journal of Transport and Health, 3(3). doi:10.1016/j.jth.2016.05.126

  • McGrath, L. J., Hinckson, E. A., Hopkins, W. G., Mavoa, S., Witten, K., & Schofield, G. (2016). Associations between the neighborhood environment and moderate-to-vigorous walking in New Zealand children: Findings from the URBAN study. Sports Medicine, 46(7). doi:10.1007/s40279-016-0533-x

  • Hinckson, E., Salmon, J., Benden, M., Clemes, S. A., Sudholz, B., Barber, S. E., . . . Ridgers, N. D. (2016). Standing classrooms: Research and lessons learned fromaAround the world. Sports Medicine, 46. doi:10.1007/s40279-015-0436-2

  • Hinckson, E., Aminian, S., Norris, S., & Benadi, L. (2015). Exploring the behavioural, health, learning and social effects of a dynamic classroom environment in New Zealand primary school children. In International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Abstracts Book (pp. S3.5.4). Edinburgh.

  • Ross, K., Hinckson, E., & Zinn, C. (2015). Effect of intermittent sitting time on acute postprandial lipemia in children. Journal of Clinical & Translational Endocrinology. Journal of Clinical and Translational Endocrinology.

  • McGrath, L. J., Hopkins, W. G., & Hinckson, E. A. (2015). Associations of Objectively Measured Built-Environment Attributes with Youth Moderate–Vigorous Physical Activity: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Sports Medicine, 45(6). doi:10.1007/s40279-015-0301-3

  • Ali, N., Payne, D., & Hinckson, E. (2015). Being-Muslim and Doing-Islam: Narratives that Influence Physical Activity of Muslim Women in New Zealand. SITES, 12(2). doi:10.11157/sites-vol12iss2id285

  • Ross, K., Hinckson, E., & Zinn, C. (2015). Effect of intermittent sitting time on acute postprandial lipemia
    in children. Journal of Clinical & Translational Endocrinology, 2. doi:10.1016/j.jcte.2015.03.003

  • Aminian, S., Hinckson, E. A., & Stewart, T. (2015). Modifying the classroom environment to increase standing and reduce sitting. Building Research and Information, 43(5). doi:10.1080/09613218.2015.1058093

  • McGrath, L. J., Hopkins, W. G., & Hinckson, E. A. (2015). Associations of objectively measured built-environment attributes with youth moderate–vigorous physical activity: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Sports Medicine, 45(6). doi:10.1007/s40279-015-0301-3

  • Hinckson, E. A., McGrath, L., Hopkins, W., Oliver, M., Badland, H., Mavoa, S., . . . Kearns, R. A. (2014). Distance to school is associated with sedentary time in children: Findings from the URBAN Study. Frontiers in Public Health, 2. doi:10.3389/fpubh.2014.00151

  • Van Dyck, D., Cerin, E., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Hinckson, E., Reis, R. S., Davey, R., . . . Sallis, J. F. (2014). International study of objectively-measured physical activity and sedentary time with body mass index and obesity: IPEN adult study. International Journal of Obesity. doi:10.1038/ijo.2014.115

  • Cerin, E., Cain, K. L., Conway, T. L., Van Dyck, D., Hinckson, E., Schipperijn, J., . . . Sallis, J. F. (2014). Neighborhood environments and objectively measured physical activity in 11 countries. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(12). doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000000367

  • Hinckson, E., Duncan, S., Oliver, M., Mavoa, S., Cerin, E., Badland, H., . . . Schofield, G. (2014). Built environment and physical activity in New Zealand adolescents: A protocol for a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open, 4. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-004475

  • Sallis, J., & Hinckson, E. (2014). Reversing the childhood obesity epidemic in young people: Building up the physical activity side of energy balance. In The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology (Iss. 3). doi:10.1016/S2213-8587(13)70193-1

  • Hinckson, E. A., Hopkins, W. G., Aminian, S., & Ross, K. (2013). Week-to-week differences of children's habitual activity and postural allocation as measured by the ActivPAL monitor. Gait and Posture, 38(4).

  • Hinckson, E. A., Dickinson, A., Water, T., Sands, M., & Penman, L. (2013). Physical activity, dietary habits and overall health in overweight and obese children and youth with intellectual disability or autism. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(4). doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2012.12.006

  • Hinckson, E. A., Aminian, S., Ikeda, E., Stewart, T., Oliver, M., Duncan, S., & Schofield, G. (2013). Acceptability of standing workstations in elementary schools: A pilot study. Preventive Medicine, 56(1).

  • Hinckson, E., & Curtis, A. (2013). Measuring physical activity in children and youth living with intellectual disabilities: A systematic review. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(1). doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2012.07.022

  • Hinckson, E., & Sedentary Behaviour Research Network. (2012). [Letter to the editor]: Standardized use of the term “sedentary” and “sedentary behaviours”. In Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism (Iss. 3). Retrieved from http://www.nrcresearchpress.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/doi/full/10.1139/h2012-024

  • Aminian, S., & Hinckson, E. A. (2012). Examining the validity of the ActivPAL monitor in measuring sitting and ambulatory movement in children. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 9(119). doi:10.1186/1479-5868-9-119

  • Witten, K., Blakely, T., Bagheri, N., Badland, H., Ivory, V., Pearce, J., . . . Schofield, G. (2012). Neighborhood built environment and transport and leisure physical activity: Findings using objective exposure and outcome measures in New Zealand. Environmental Health Perspectives, 120(7). Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3404665/?tool=pmcentrez

  • Hinckson, E. A., Garrett, N., & Duncan, S. (2011). DO NOT MOVE BACK TO MAIN LIST. THIS IS DOUBLE. Active commuting to school in New Zealand Children (2004-2008): A quantitative analysis. Preventive Medicine, 52(5). Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Badland, H. (2011). School travel plans: Preliminary evidence for changing school-related travel patterns in elementary school children. American Journal of Health Promotion, 25(6).

Journal articles

  • Ikeda, E., Mavoa, S., Cavadino, A., Carroll, P., Hinckson, E., Witten, K., & Smith, M. (2020). Keeping kids safe for active travel to school: A mixed method examination of school policies and practices and children's school travel behaviour. Travel Behaviour and Society, 21, 57-68. doi:10.1016/j.tbs.2020.05.008

  • Mandic, S., Jackson, A., Lieswyn, J., Mindell, J. S., García Bengoechea, E., Spence, J. C., . . . Hinckson, E. (2020). Development of key policy recommendations for active transport in New Zealand: A multi-sector and multidisciplinary endeavour. Journal of Transport and Health, 18. doi:10.1016/j.jth.2020.100859

  • Bozovic, T., Hinckson, E., & Smith, M. (2020). Why do people walk? Role of the built environment and state of development of a social model of walkability. Travel Behaviour and Society, 20, 181-191. doi:10.1016/j.tbs.2020.03.010

  • Cerin, E., Conway, T. L., Barnett, A., Smith, M., Veitch, J., Cain, K. L., . . . Sallis, J. F. (2019). Development and validation of the neighborhood environment walkability scale for youth across six continents. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 16(1). doi:10.1186/s12966-019-0890-6

  • Smith, M., Ikeda, E., Duncan, S., Maddison, R., Hinckson, E., Meredith-Jones, K., . . . Mandic, S. (2019). Trends and measurement issues for active transportation in New Zealand's physical activity report cards for children and youth. Journal of Transport and Health, 15. doi:10.1016/j.jth.2019.100789

  • Bharara, G., Duncan, S., Jarden, A., & Hinckson, E. (2019). A prototype analysis of New Zealand adolescents’ conceptualizations of wellbeing. International Journal of Wellbeing, 9(4), 1-25. doi:10.5502/ijw.v9i4.975

  • Ikeda, E., Hinckson, E., Witten, K., & Smith, M. (2019). Assessment of direct and indirect associations between children active school travel and environmental, household and child factors using structural equation modelling. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 16. doi:10.1186/s12966-019-0794-5

  • Smith, M., Ikeda, E., Hinckson, E., Duncan, S., Maddison, R., Meredith-Jones, K., . . . Mandic, S. (2018). Results from New Zealand's 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth.. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 15(S2), S390-S392. doi:10.1123/jpah.2018-0463

  • Ikeda, E., Hinckson, E., Witten, K., & Smith, M. (2018). Associations of children's active school travel with perceptions of the physical environment and characteristics of the social environment: A systematic review. Health and Place, 54. doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2018.09.009

  • Ikeda, E., Mavoa, S., Hinckson, E., Witten, K., Donnellan, N., & Smith, M. (2018). Differences in child-drawn and GIS-modelled routes to school: Impact on space and exposure to the built environment in Auckland, New Zealand. Journal of Transport Geography, 71. doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2018.07.005

  • Frank, L. D., Fox, E. H., Ulmer, J. M., Chapman, J. E., Kershaw, S. E., Sallis, J. F., . . . Schipperijn, J. (2017). International comparison of observation-specific spatial buffers: maximizing the ability to estimate physical activity.. Int J Health Geogr, 16(1). doi:10.1186/s12942-017-0077-9

  • Chaudhury, M., Hinckson, E., Badland, H., & Oliver, M. (2017). Children’s independence and affordances experienced in the context of public open spaces: A study of diverse inner-city and suburban neighbourhoods in Auckland, New Zealand. Children's Geographies. doi:10.1080/14733285.2017.1390546

  • Hinckson, E., Schneider, M., Winter, S. J., Stone, E., Puhan, M., Stathi, A., . . . King, A. C. (2017). Citizen science applied to building healthier community environments: Advancing the field through shared construct and measurement development. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14(133). doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0588-6

  • Hinckson, E., Cerin, E., Mavoa, S., Smith, M., Badland, H., Stewart, T., . . . Schofield, G. (2017). Associations of the perceived and objective neighborhood environment with physical activity and sedentary time in New Zealand adolescents. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14. doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0597-5

  • Hinckson, E., Cerin, E., Mavoa, S., Smith, M., Badland, H., Witten, K., . . . Schofield, G. (2017). What are the associations between neighborhood walkability and sedentary time in New Zealand adults? The URBAN cross-sectional study. BMJ Open, 7. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-016128

  • Hinckson, E. (2016). Perceived challenges and facilitators of active travel following implementation of the School Travel-Plan programme in New Zealand children and adolescents. Journal of Transport and Health, 3(3). doi:10.1016/j.jth.2016.05.126

  • Ikeda, E., Krageloh, C., Water, T., & Hinckson, E. A. (2016). An exploratory study of self-reported quality of life in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability. Child Indicators Research, 9(1). doi:10.1007/s12187-015-9307-5

  • Maddison, R., Marsh, S., Hinckson, E., Duncan, S., Mandic, S., Taylor, R., & Smith, M. (2016). Results from the New Zealand 2016 report card on physical activity for children and youth. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 10(11). doi:10.1123/jpah.2016-0323

  • Krageloh, C. U., Briggs, S., An, H. J. H., Hinckson, E., Phillips, J. G., & Tonge, B. J. (2016). How apps are used by and with individuals with autism spectrum disorder: A scoping study with stakeholder consultation. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 6(2). doi:10.4018/IJCBPL.2016040101

  • McGrath, L. J., Hinckson, E. A., Hopkins, W. G., Mavoa, S., Witten, K., & Schofield, G. (2016). Associations between the neighborhood environment and moderate-to-vigorous walking in New Zealand children: Findings from the URBAN study. Sports Medicine, 46(7). doi:10.1007/s40279-016-0533-x

  • Logan, G. R. M., Duncan, S., Harris, N. K., Hinckson, E. A., & Schofield, G. (2016). Adolescent physical activity levels: Discrepancies with accelerometer data analysis. Journal of Sports Sciences, 34(21). doi:10.1080/02640414.2016.1150599

  • Logan, G., Harris, N., Duncan, S., Hinckson, E., & Schofield, G. (2016). Exploring the relationship between adolescent physical activity and anthropometric parameters. Sport Sciences for Health. doi:10.1007/s11332-016-0266-0

  • Hinckson, E., Salmon, J., Benden, M., Clemes, S. A., Sudholz, B., Barber, S. E., . . . Ridgers, N. D. (2016). Standing classrooms: Research and lessons learned fromaAround the world. Sports Medicine, 46. doi:10.1007/s40279-015-0436-2

  • Rowe, K., Shilbury, D., Ferkins, L., & Hinckson, E. (2016). Challenges for sport development: Women's entry level cycling participation. Sport Management Review.

  • Duncan, S., White, K., Mavoa, S., Stewart, T., Hinckson, E., & Schofield, G. (2016). Active transport, physical activity, and distance between home and school in children and adolescents. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 13(4). doi:10.1123/jpah.2015-0054

  • Oliver, M., Witten, K., Blakely, T., Parker, K., Badland, H., Schofield, G., . . . Kearns, R. (2015). DOUBLE Neighbourhood built environment associations with body size in adults: Mediating effects of activity and sedentariness in a cross-sectional study of New Zealand adults. BMC Public Health, 15(1). doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2292-2

  • Ross, K., Hinckson, E., & Zinn, C. (2015). Effect of intermittent sitting time on acute postprandial lipemia in children. Journal of Clinical & Translational Endocrinology. Journal of Clinical and Translational Endocrinology.

  • McGrath, L. J., Hopkins, W. G., & Hinckson, E. A. (2015). Associations of Objectively Measured Built-Environment Attributes with Youth Moderate–Vigorous Physical Activity: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Sports Medicine, 45(6). doi:10.1007/s40279-015-0301-3

  • Ali, N., Payne, D., & Hinckson, E. (2015). Being-Muslim and Doing-Islam: Narratives that Influence Physical Activity of Muslim Women in New Zealand. SITES, 12(2). doi:10.11157/sites-vol12iss2id285

  • D’Haese, S., Vanwolleghem, G., Hinckson, E., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Deforche, B., Van Dyck, D., & Cardon, G. (2015). Cross-continental comparison of the association between the physical environment and active transportation in children: A systematic review. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12(145). doi:10.1186/s12966-015-0308-z

  • Ross, K., Hinckson, E., & Zinn, C. (2015). Effect of intermittent sitting time on acute postprandial lipemia
    in children. Journal of Clinical & Translational Endocrinology, 2. doi:10.1016/j.jcte.2015.03.003

  • Oliver, M., Witten, K., Blakely, T., Parker, K., Badland, H., Schofield, G., . . . Kearns, R. (2015). Neighbourhood built environment associations with body size in adults: Mediating effects of activity and sedentariness in a cross-sectional study of New Zealand adults. BMC Public Health, 15. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-2292-2

  • Aminian, S., Hinckson, E. A., & Stewart, T. (2015). Modifying the classroom environment to increase standing and reduce sitting. Building Research and Information, 43(5). doi:10.1080/09613218.2015.1058093

  • McGrath, L. J., Hopkins, W. G., & Hinckson, E. A. (2015). Associations of objectively measured built-environment attributes with youth moderate–vigorous physical activity: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Sports Medicine, 45(6). doi:10.1007/s40279-015-0301-3

  • Hinckson, E. A., McGrath, L., Hopkins, W., Oliver, M., Badland, H., Mavoa, S., . . . Kearns, R. A. (2014). Distance to school is associated with sedentary time in children: Findings from the URBAN Study. Frontiers in Public Health, 2. doi:10.3389/fpubh.2014.00151

  • Van Dyck, D., Cerin, E., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Hinckson, E., Reis, R. S., Davey, R., . . . Sallis, J. F. (2014). International study of objectively-measured physical activity and sedentary time with body mass index and obesity: IPEN adult study. International Journal of Obesity. doi:10.1038/ijo.2014.115

  • Oliver, M., Badland, H., Mavoa, S., Witten, K., Kearns, R., Ellaway, A., . . . Schluter, P. J. (2014). Environmental and socio-demographic associates of children's active transport to school: A cross-sectional investigation from the URBAN Study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 11. doi:10.1186/1479-5868-11-70

  • Aminian, S., Duncan, S., White, K., & Hinckson, E. (2014). Using the ActivPAL monitor to quantify time spent sitting, standing and stepping at school: A one-day snapshot. Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, 3(6). doi:10.9734/JSRR/2014/7910

  • Cerin, E., Cain, K. L., Conway, T. L., Van Dyck, D., Hinckson, E., Schipperijn, J., . . . Sallis, J. F. (2014). Neighborhood environments and objectively measured physical activity in 11 countries. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(12). doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000000367

  • Hinckson, E., Duncan, S., Oliver, M., Mavoa, S., Cerin, E., Badland, H., . . . Schofield, G. (2014). Built environment and physical activity in New Zealand adolescents: A protocol for a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open, 4. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-004475

  • Ikeda, E., Hinckson, E., & Krageloh, C. (2014). Assessment of quality of life in children and youth with autism spectrum disorder: A critical review. Quality of Life Research, 23(4). doi:10.1007/s11136-013-0591-6

  • Cerin, E., Conway, T. L., Cain, K. L., Kerr, J., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Owen, N., . . . Sallis, J. F. (2013). Sharing good NEWS across the world: Developing comparable scores across 12 countries for the neighborhood environment walkability scale (NEWS). BMC Public Health, 13(309).

  • Hinckson, E. A., Hopkins, W. G., Aminian, S., & Ross, K. (2013). Week-to-week differences of children's habitual activity and postural allocation as measured by the ActivPAL monitor. Gait and Posture, 38(4).

  • Rowe, K., Shilbury, D., Ferkins, L., & Hinckson, E. (2013). Sport development and physical activity promotion: An integrated model to enhance collaboration and understanding. Sport Management Review, 16(3). doi:10.1016/j.smr.2012.12.003

  • Hinckson, E. A., Dickinson, A., Water, T., Sands, M., & Penman, L. (2013). Physical activity, dietary habits and overall health in overweight and obese children and youth with intellectual disability or autism. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(4). doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2012.12.006

  • Hinckson, E. A., Aminian, S., Ikeda, E., Stewart, T., Oliver, M., Duncan, S., & Schofield, G. (2013). Acceptability of standing workstations in elementary schools: A pilot study. Preventive Medicine, 56(1).

  • Hinckson, E., & Curtis, A. (2013). Measuring physical activity in children and youth living with intellectual disabilities: A systematic review. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(1). doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2012.07.022

  • Water, T. C. A., Brown, T., & Hinckson, E. (2012). New Zealand health professionals' assessment and managment practices of children/young people who are overweight/obese. Findings from a summer studentship project 2011. Obesity Research and Clinical Practice, 6(S1). Retrieved from http://www.obesityresearchclinicalpractice.com/search/quick

  • Aminian, S., & Hinckson, E. A. (2012). Examining the validity of the ActivPAL monitor in measuring sitting and ambulatory movement in children. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 9(119). doi:10.1186/1479-5868-9-119

  • Witten, K., Blakely, T., Bagheri, N., Badland, H., Ivory, V., Pearce, J., . . . Schofield, G. (2012). Neighborhood built environment and transport and leisure physical activity: Findings using objective exposure and outcome measures in New Zealand. Environmental Health Perspectives, 120(7). Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3404665/?tool=pmcentrez

  • Curtis, A., Hinckson, E., & Water, T. (2012). Physical activity is not play: Perceptions of children and parents from deprived areas. The New Zealand Medical Journal, 125(1365). Retrieved from https://www.nzma.org.nz/

  • de Wit, B., Loman, K., Faithfull, K., & Hinckson, E. (2012). Reliability and validity of the Hands-Up survey in assessing commuting to school in New Zealand elementary school children. Health Promotion Practice, 13(3).

  • Rush, E., Coppinger, T., Obolonkin, V., Hinckson, E., McGrath, L., McLennan, S., & Graham, D. (2012). Use of pedometers to identify less active children and time spent in moderate to vigorous physical activity in the school setting. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 15(3). doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2011.11.001

  • Castillo-Retamal, M., & Hinckson, E. A. (2011). Measuring physical activity and sedentary behaviour at work: A review. Work, 40(4).

  • Hinckson, E. A., Garrett, N., & Duncan, S. (2011). DO NOT MOVE BACK TO MAIN LIST. THIS IS DOUBLE. Active commuting to school in New Zealand Children (2004-2008): A quantitative analysis. Preventive Medicine, 52(5). Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Mcgrath, L., Hinckson, E., & Hopkins, W. (2011). Effect of accelerometer sampling interval and threshold on children's activity. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise.

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Badland, H. (2011). School travel plans: Preliminary evidence for changing school-related travel patterns in elementary school children. American Journal of Health Promotion, 25(6).

  • Badland, H. M., Schofield, G. M., Witten, K., Schluter, P. J., Mavoa, S., Kearns, R. A., . . . McPhee, J. (2009). Understanding the Relationship between Activity and Neighbourhoods (URBAN) Study: Research design and methodology. BMC Public Health, 9(224). doi:10.1186/1471-2458-9-224

  • Schofield, G. M., Schofield, L., Hinckson, E., & Mummery, W. K. (2009). Daily step counts and selected coronary heart disease risk factors in adolescent girls. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12(1). Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Rush, E. C., Chhichhia, P., Hinckson, E., & Nabiryo, C. (2009). Dietary patterns and vitamin B(12) status of migrant Indian preadolescent girls. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 63(4).

  • Hamlin, M. J., Hinckson, E. A., Wood, M. R., & Hopkins, W. G. (2008). Simulated rugby performance at 1550-m altitude following adaptation to intermittent normobaric hypoxia. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 11(6). doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2007.07.005

  • Schofield, G., Gianotti, S., Badland, H. M., & Hinckson, E. A. (2008). The incidence of injuries traveling to and from school by travel mode. Preventive Medicine, 46(1). Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Duncan, J. S., Schofield, G., Duncan, E. K., & Hinckson, E. A. (2007). Effects of age, walking speed, and body composition on pedometer accuracy in children. RESEARCH QUARTERLY FOR EXERCISE AND SPORT, 78(5), 420-428. doi:10.5641/193250307X13082505158589

  • Duncan, J. S., Schofield, G., Duncan, E. K., & Hinckson, E. A. (2007). Effects of age, walking speed, and body composition on pedometer accuracy in children. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 78.

  • Hinckson, E. A., Hamlin, M. J., Wood, M. R., & Hopkins, W. G. (2007). Game performance and intermittent hypoxic training. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 41(8).

  • Hinckson, E. A., Hamlin, M. J., Hopkins, W. G., & Wood, M. R. (2006). Effect of intermittent normobaric hypoxic exposure on sea-level performance in rugby players. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38(5). Retrieved from http://ovidsp.tx.ovid.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Hamlin, M. J., Hinckson, E. A., Wood, M. R., & Hopkins, W. G. (2006). Effect of intermittent normobaric hypoxic exposure at rest on rugby players' performance at 1650 m. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38(5). Retrieved from http://ovidsp.tx.ovid.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Wood, M., Hamlin, M., Hinckson, E. A., & Hopkins, W. G. (2006). Physical performance after adaptation to different protocols of intermittent hypoxia. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38.

  • Hinckson, E. A., Hopkins, W. G., Downey, B. M., & Smith, T. B. R. J. (2006). The effect of intermittent hypoxic training via a hypoxic inhaler on physiological and performance measures in rowers: A pilot study. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 9.

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Hopkins, W. G. (2005). Should time trial performance be predicted from three serial time-to-exhaustion tests? Response. MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, 37(10), 1821. doi:10.1249/01.mss.0000175094.39295.ba

  • Hopkins, W. G., & Hinckson, E. A. (2005). Mathematical constants that vary? Response. MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, 37(10), 1823. doi:10.1249/01.mss.0000175080.19002.09

  • Jeukendrup, A. E., Currell, K., Hinckson, E. A., & Hopkins, W. G. (2005). Should time trial performance be predicted from three serial time-to-exhaustion tests? [1] (multiple letters). Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37(10), 1820-1821. doi:10.1249/01.mss.0000175095.56646.4b

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Hopkins, W. G. (2005). Reliability of time to exhaustion analyzed with critical-power and log-log modeling. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Hopkins, W. G. (2005). Changes in running endurance performance following intermittent altitude exposure simulated with tents. European Journal of Sport Science, 5.

  • Hinckson, E. A., Hopkins, W. G., Fleming, J. S., Edwards, T., Pfitzinger, P., & Hellemans, J. (2005). Sea-level performance in runners using altitude tents: A field study. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 8(4). Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

Book chapters

  • Hinckson, E., & Guy, F. (2018). School Travel Plans. In R. Larouche (Ed.), Children’s Active Transportation (pp. 205-214). Elsevier.

  • Hinckson, E. (2014). Foreword. In R. Scherman (Ed.), Walking the talk: The 2013 collection of oral presentations from the AUT School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies (pp. xiii-xiv). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.

  • Hinckson, E., McGrath, L., Obolonkin, V., & Rush, E. C. (2013). Practical insights into the measurement of children's physical activity with accelerometers: Data visualization and interpretation. In P. Andre, & H. Varum (Eds.), Accelerometers: Principles, structure and applications. New York, NY: Nova Science.

Conference contributions

  • Chaudhury, M., Hinckson, E., Jelleyman, C., Banchoff, A., & King, A. (2019). University environments that promote activity and healthy eating. In ISBNPA (International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity) 2019. Prague: ISBNPA (International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity).

  • Hinckson, E., Bozovic, T., & Chaudhury, M. (2019). Everybody drives here: Potentials for walking, in a car-oriented urban environment. In 2019 ISBNPA (International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity). Prague.

  • Souter-Brown, G., Hinckson, E., Duncan, S., & Gaston, K. (2019). Get moving and beat stress: The effect of a sensory garden on stress levels in university staff and students. In 2019 ISBNPA (International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity). Prague.

  • Hinckson, E. (2019). Active living through citizen science: A “bottom-up” approach. In The Active Living and Environment Symposium (TALES): Linking Transport, Health and Sustainability. Dunedin. Retrieved from https://www.otago.ac.nz/active-living-2019/index.html

  • Souter-Brown, G., Hinckson, E., Duncan, S., & Gaston, K. J. (2019). Get moving and beat stress: The effect of a sensory garden on stress levels in University staff and students. In ISBNPA 2019 Annual Meeting: Abstract Book (pp. 313). International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Prague, Czech Republic: International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Retrieved from https://www.isbnpa.org/index.php?r=article/view&id=122

  • Ikeda, E., Hinckson, E., Witten, K., & Smith, M. (2018). What perceived physical and social environments are associated with children’s active school travel? A systematic review. In Critical Health Education Studies Conference. Queenstown.

  • Ikeda, E., Hinckson, E., Witten, K., & Smith, M. (2018). Development of a theoretical framework of children's school travel behaviour. In Journal of Physical Activity and Health Vol. 15 (pp. S103). London: Human Kinetics. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • Giles-Corti, B., Lowe, M., Sallis, J., Salvo, D., Arundel, J., Cerin, E., . . . Hinckson, E. (2018). Urban indicators for monitoring progress towards healthy, active cities. In Journal of Physical Activity and Health Vol. 15 (pp. S64). London: Human Kinetics. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • Hinckson, E., Schneider, M., Sarmiento, O., Lambert, E., Triana, C., Banchoff, A., . . . King, A. (2018). Utilising the Our Voice citizen science model to support and promote active environments at schools and universities in Colombia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the USA. In Journal of Physical Activity and Health Vol. 15 (pp. S1). London: Human Kinetics. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • Fernandes, S., Hinckson, E., & Ferkins, L. (2017). When culture speaks: Indian immigrant families’ participation in sport and physical activity. In International Society Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference 2017. Victoria. Retrieved from https://www.isbnpa.org/index.php?r=annualMeeting/index&year=2017

  • Hinckson, E., Cerin, E., Mavoa, S., Stewart, T., Smith, M., Badland, H., . . . Schofield, G. (2017). Is the perceived or objective neighbourhood environment associated with physical activity and sedentary time in NZ adolescents?. In International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Victoria.

  • Chaudhury, M., Oliver,, M., Badland, H., Garrett, N., Hinckson, E., & Carroll, P. (2017). Using the Public Open Space Attributable Index tool (POSAI) to assess children’s public open space use and access by independent mobility. In Active Living Research. Clearwater. Retrieved from https://activelivingresearch.org/annual-conference-2017

  • Chaudhury, M., Hinckson, E., Badland, H., & Smith, M. (2017). Children's independence and affordances experienced in the context of public open spaces: A study of diverse inner-city and suburban neighbourhoods in Auckland, New Zealand. In Active Living Research Conference. Florida.

  • Ikeda, E., Oliver, M., Witten, K., & Hinckson, E. (2016). Development in measurement of children's perceptions on built environment and their school travel routes. In 2016 ASICS Sports Medicine Australia Conference. Melbourne: Elsevier.

  • Maddison, R., Marsh, S., Hinckson, E., Duncan, S., Mandie, S., Taylor, R., & Smith, M. (2016). 2016 New Zealand Physical Activity Report Card for Children and Youth.. In The 6th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Bangkok.

  • Hinckson, E., Carr, H., Oliver, M., Duncan, S., Maddison, R., & Spaltenstein, J. (2016). Active New Zealand? A call to action from the New Zealand Country Card by the Global Observatory for Physical Activity. In The 6th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. .

  • Mitas, J., Cain, K., Conway, T., Adams, M., Van Dyck, D., Hinckson, E., . . . Sallis, J. (2016). Do associations of objectively-measured neighborhood environment attributes for physical activity vary across time of the day? 10-country IPEN adult study. In The 6th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Bangkok.

  • Hinckson, E., & Aminian, A. (2016). Long term use of standing desk at work: University staff perspectives. In The 6th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health 2016. Bangkok.

  • Hinckson, E. (2016). Long term use of standing desk at work: University staff perspectives. In The 6th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health 2016. Bangkok.

  • Ikeda, E., Oliver, M., Hinckson, E., & Witten, K. (2016). Development in measurement of children's perceptions on built environment and their school travel routes. In Sports Medicine Australia Conference. Melbourne.

  • Hinckson, E. (2016). Development in measurement of children's perceptions on built environment and their school travel routes. In Sports Medicine Australia Conference 2016. Melbourne.

  • Hinckson, E. (2015). Perceived challenges and facilitators of active commuting following implementation of the School Travel Plan programme in New Zealand children and adolescents. In 1st International Conference on Transport and Health Vol. 2 (pp. S21). London.

  • Hinckson, E. (2015). Physical activity is not play: perceptions of children and parents from deprived areas: Qualitative data. In Inequalities in health promoting environments: physical activity and diet. Haifa.

  • Hinckson, E., Aminian, S., Norris, S., & Benadi, L. (2015). Exploring the behavioural, health, learning and social effects of a dynamic classroom environment in New Zealand primary school children. In International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Abstracts Book (pp. S3.5.4). Edinburgh.

  • Hinckson, E., Cerin, E., Mavoa, S., Oliver, M., & Schofield, G. (2015). Sex differences and the built environment: Possible solution for the increasing levels of sedentary behaviour. In Advancing Behavior Change Science (pp. 538). Edinburgh.

  • Shaw, S. M., Hinckson, E., & Haxell, A. (2014). Complaints: Illustrating tensions between academic freedom and student journeys. In TERNZ 2014. Auckland.

  • Dickson, C. P., Fairbairn Dunlop, P., & Hinckson, E. (2014). The perceptions of Pacific adolescent girls who have a physical disability, on their participation in physical activity. In International Pacific Health Conference (pp. 174-175). Auckland.

  • Aminian, S., & Hinckson, E. (2014). Validity of the Activpal monitor in measuring free-living activities in school children. In 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Rio de Janeiro.

  • Van Dyck, D., Cerin, E., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Hinckson, E., Reis, R. S., Davey, R., . . . Sallis, J. F. (2014). International study of objectively-measured physical activity and sedentary time with body mass index and obesity: IPEN adult study. In International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2014. San Diego.

  • Cerin, E., Cain, K. L., Conway, T. L., Van Dyck, D., Hinckson, E., Schipperijn, J., . . . Sallis, J. F. (2014). Associations of adults' perceived neighbourhood environment with objectively-measured physical activity in 11 countries. In International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2014. San Diego.

  • McGrath, L., Hinckson, E., & Hopkins, W. (2014). The built environment and children's objectively measured moderate-vigorous physical activity: A systematic review. In International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2014. San Diego.

  • Aminian, S., & Hinckson, E. (2014). Validity of the ActivPAL monitor in measuring sitting and standing in school children. In International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activitiy 2014. San Diego.

  • Castillo, M., Hinckson, E., & Kilding, A. (2014). Teachers' physical activity, sedentary behaviour and cardiovascular risk. In 5th International Congress on Physical activity and Public Health. Rio de Janeiro.

  • Hinckson, E. (2014). Council on environment and physical activity: Progress and new directions (CEPA) - Country update. In 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Rio de Janeiro.

  • Hinckson, E. (2014). Council on environment and physical activity: Progress and new directions (CEPA) - Children's group. In 5th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Rio de Janeiro.

  • Hinckson, E., Quigg, R., D'Haese, S., & De Deker, E. (2013). Environmental determinants of children's physical activity and sedentary behavior. In International Society for Behavioral Nutrition & Physical Activity (ISBNPA 2013). Ghent.

  • Schipperijn, J., Hinckson, E., Santos, M., & Reis, R. (2013). The built environment and its association with physical activity in children and adolescents: How to measure the environment?. In International Society for Behavioral Nutrition & Physical Activity (ISBNPA 2013). Ghent.

  • Rowe, K., Shilbury, D., Ferkins, L., & Hinckson, E. (2013). Supporting women’s cycling in Australia. In Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand. Dunedin.

  • McGrath, L., Hinckson, E., Hopkins, W., & Mavoa, S. (2013). Local neighbourhoods and moderate-vigorous physical activity in NZ children: The URBAN study. In International Society for Behavioral Nutrition & Physical Activity (ISBNPA 2013). Ghent.

  • Hinckson, E., McGrath, L., & Hopkins, W. (2013). Neighbourhood environment and sedentary behaviour in children. In International Society for Behavioral Nutrition & Physical Activity (ISBNPA 2013). Ghent.

  • Mackay, L., Oliver, M., Badland, H., Mavoa, S., Witten, K., Hinckson, E., & Kearns, R. (2012). Parents' neighbourhood self-selection and children's active transport to school. In Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Vol. 15 (pp. S209-S210). Sydney. Retrieved from https://www.jsams.org/issue/S1440-2440(12)X0009-4

  • Rowe, K., Shilbury, D., Ferkins, L., & Hinckson, E. (2012). Sport development and physical activity promotion: An integrated model to encourage collaboration and enhance understanding. In North American Society for Sport Management Conference 2012. Seattle, WA. Retrieved from http://www.nassm.com/NASSM2012/ProgramSchedule/ps_thursday.php

  • Rowe, K., Shilbury, D., Ferkins, L., & Hinckson, E. (2012). Sport development and physical activity promotion: An integrated model to encourage collaboration and enhance understanding. In North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM 2012). Seattle. Retrieved from http://www.nassm.com/files/conf_abstracts/2012-127.pdf

  • Owen, N., De Bourdeauhuij, I., Giles-Corti, B., Cerin, E., Sugiyama, T., Hinckson, E., . . . Reis, R. (2012). Symposium: Council on Environment and Physical Activity: International experiences, evidence and advocacy. In Be Active 2012: 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Sydney.

  • D'Haese, S., De Bourdeauhuij, I., Deforche, B., Hinckson, E., & Cardon, G. (2012). A systematic review of the relationship between the built environment and different domains of physical activity in children. In Be Active 2012: 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Sydney.

  • Hinckson, E., McGrath, L., Oliver, M., Badland, H., & Hopkins, W. (2012). Effects of school distance and travel mode on sedentary time in children. In Be Active 2012: 4th international Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Sydney.

  • Hinckson, E., & Aminian, S. (2012). Principals' and teachers' perspectives about strategies to interrupt sitting time in primary school classrooms. In Be Active 2012: 4th International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Sydney.

  • Hinckson, E., & Aminian, S. (2012). Interrupting sitting time in elementary school children by changing the classroom environment: Teacher perspectives and intervention. In International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) 2012 Annual Conference. . Retrieved from http://www.isbnpa2012.org/

  • Duncan, S., White, K., Mavoa, S., Hinckson, E., & Schofield, G. (2012). Associations among active transport, physical activity, and the environment in children and adolescents over a 3-year period. In International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) 2012 Annual Conference. Texas. Retrieved from http://www.isbnpa2012.org/

  • Hinckson, E., Dickinson, A., Water, T., Sands, M., & Penman, L. (2012). A physical activity, nutrition and motivation program in overweight children with intellectual disabilities. In International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) 2012 Annual Conference. Texas. Retrieved from https://www.isbnpa.org/

  • Hinckson, E. (2012). Determining physical activity levels in children living with intellectual disabilities: Choosing the right tools. In International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA) 2012 Annual Conference. Texas. Retrieved from http://www.isbnpa2012.org/

  • Brown, T., Water, T., & Hinckson, E. (2011). New Zealand health professionals' assesment and management practices of children / young people who are overweight /obese. Findings from a Summer Studentship project 2011. In Paediatric Society of New Zealand Annual 63rd Scientific Meeting. Auckland.

  • Aminian, S., & Hinckson, E. (2011). Examining the validity of the ActivPAL monitor in measuring sitting and ambulatory movement in children. In 7th Annual International Conference on Kinesiology & Exercise Sciences. Greece. Retrieved from http://www.atiner.gr/abstracts/2011FIT-ABST.pdf

  • McGrath, L., Hinckson, E., & Hopkins, W. (2011). Accelerometer measurement issues in a primary school play intervention. In 7th Annual International Conference on Kinesiology & Exercise Sciences. Greece. Retrieved from http://www.atiner.gr/abstracts/2011FIT-ABST.pdf

  • Rowe, K., Shilbury, D., Hinckson, E., & Ferkins, L. (2011). Women’s participation in cycling: A conceptual model to enhance understanding. In 2011 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Melbourne.

  • Faithfull, K., & Hinckson, E. (2011). Effect of intermittent sitting time on acute postprandial lipemia in children. In Beyond 2011: New Paradigms to Improve Physical Activity & Nutrition. Satellite Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference. Queenstown.

  • Faithfull, K., & Hinckson, E. (2011). Effect of interrupting sitting time on acute postprandial lipemia in healthy children. In Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. Freemantle.

  • Hinckson, E., Aminian, S., Faithfull, K., & Hopkins, W. G. (2011). Too much sitting? quantifying sitting, standing and walking time in children. In Beyond 2011: New Paradigms to Improve Physical Activity & Nutrition. Satellite Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference. Queenstown.

  • Hinckson, E., Hopkins, W., Aminian, S., & Faithfull, K. (2011). Twenty four hour monitoring of children’s habitual activity using the activPAL accelerometers. In 7th Annual International Conference on Kinesiology & Exercise Sciences. Greece. Retrieved from http://www.atiner.gr/abstracts/2011FIT-ABST.pdf

  • Mc Grath, L., Hinckson, E., & Hopkins, W. G. (2011). Power of play: A primary school intervention to increase physical activity in NZ children. In 7th Annual International Conference on Kinesiology and Exercise Science. Greece.

  • Faithfull, K. (2010). Effect of intermittent sitting time on postprandial lipemia in children. In AUT Maori and Pasfika Symposium. Auckland.

  • Hinckson, E., Hopkins, W. G., Aminian, S., & Faithfull, K. (2010). Quantifying sitting time in children: An innovative approach. In Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Vol. 13 (suppl. 1) (pp. e105). . Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/

  • Curtis, A., Hinckson, E., & Water, T. (2010). Physical and sedentary behaviour in New Zealand children: Children's, parents' and health professionals' perceptions. In Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Vol. 13(1) (pp. e11). Port Douglas. Retrieved from http://sma.org.au/

  • Schofield, G., Badland, H., Hinckson, E., & Hopkins, W. G. (2010). Objective and self-report measurement of PA in adults. In 3rd International Congress of Physical Activity and Public Health. International Society of Physical Acitivity and Health (pp. P-S232). Toronto.

  • Sands, M., Dickinson, A., Hinckson, E., & Water, T. (2010). Evaluation of the modified MEND obesity programme for children with disability. In 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Paediatric Society. New Zealand.

  • Rowe, K., Shilbury, D., Hinckson, E., & Ferkins, L. (2010). Women and cycling: Outcomes of a cycling education program. In The 16th Annual SMAANZ Conference. Wellington.

  • Hinckson, E., Hopkins, W. G., Aminian, S., & Faithfull, K. (2010). An innovative approach to quantifying sitting time in children. In 3rd International Congress of Physical Activity and Public Health. International Society of Physical Activity and Health (pp. P-S158). Toronto.

  • Hinckson, E., Garrett, N., Aminian, S., & Faithfull, K. (2010). School travel plans and walking to school in New Zealand children and youth (2004-2008). In The 2010 Wingate Congress of Exercise & Sport Sciences (pp. 61). Netanya.

  • Hinckson, E., Buckstein, E., Elrich, I., Shavel, C., & Dekel, R. (2010). Promoting walking as part of healthy and active living through physical education in school. In The 2010 Wingate Congress of Exercise & Sport Sciences (pp. 61). Netanya.

  • Hinckson, E. (2010). Relationship between environment, active living and public health: Environmental factors that may shape healthy and active living. Israel.

  • Castillo, M., & Hinckson, E. (2010). Measurement of physical activity and sedentary behaviour at the workplace. In 11th Annual New Zealand Work Research Conference for Research Students. Rotorua.

  • McGrath, L., Hinckson, E., & Hopkins, W. G. (2009). Sedentary behaviour and light physical activity in children. In New Zealand Sport Medicine and Science. Rotorua.

  • McGrath, L., Hinckson, E., & Hopkins, W. G. (2009). Measuring sedentary behaviour in children. In Paediatric Society of New Zealand 61st Annual Scientific Meeting "Starving in the age of recession: The ecology of child health. Hamilton.

  • McGrath, L., & Hinckson, E. (2009). Physical activity in children: Capturing habitual intermittent activity accurately. In ASICS conference of Science and Medicine in Sport Vol. 2009. Brisbane: Sports Medicine Australia.

  • Hinckson, E., Tegg, R., & Schofield, G. (2009). Are after school programmes effective in decreasing sedentary behaviours in children?. In Agencies for Nutrition Action-Kia Hono: Kiia Awe-Cultivating Connections: Inspiring Solutions. Wellington: Agencies for Nutrition Action.

  • Hinckson, E., & Schofield, G. (2009). Understanding sedentary behaviour in adults and children. In New Zealand Sport Medicine and Science. Rotorua.

  • Hinckson, E., Hopkins, W. G., Aminian, S., & Faithfull, K. (2009). Child health and sedentary behaviour: The first steps. In Paediatric Society of New Zealand 61st Annual Scientific Meeting "Starving in the age of recession: The ecology of child health. Hamilton.

  • Hinckson, E. A., Duncan, S., Badland, H., & Schofield, G. (2009). Understanding factors that contribute to successful implementation of School Travel Plans aimes at increasing active transport in children. In Active Living Research Annual Conference. San Diego, California: Active Living Research.

  • Hinckson, E. A., Duncan, S., & Badland, H. (2009). Can school travel plans change the way children commute?. In Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Vol. 12S (pp. s10). Hamilton Island. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1440244008002636

  • Hinckson, E. (2009). School Travel Plan Evaluation-Continuous Improvement. In Auckland Regional Transport Authority: School travel planning evaluation continuous improvement workshop. Auckland: Auckland Regional Transport Authority.

  • Hinckson, E. (2009). If I knew then what I know now: The things that help me the most in my career. In 17th Annual Scientific Meeting of The Australian New Zealand Obesity Conference "Obesity: Progress through Partnerships. Melbourne.

  • Hinckson, E. (2009). Capitalising on Opportunities: You and your career path. In Postgraduate Symposium - 'New Directions, Challenges & Applications'. Auckland.

  • Hinckson, E. A., Badland, H., & Schofield, G. (2008). Effectiveness of School Travel Plans in changing school related travel patterns in children: Mode-shift study. In 10th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine Abstract Book (pp. 286). Tokyo: ISBM and JSBM.

  • Schofield, G., Schofield, L., Soper, C., & Hinckson, E. A. (2007). Making a business case for Workplace Health: Changes in productivity associated with a physical activity and nutrition programme in the workplace. In Ngahuru National Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference Programme and Abstract Book (pp. 60). Rotorua.

  • Hinckson, E. A., Badland, H., & Schofield, G. (2007). Successes and challenges of school travel plans in reducing traffic related congestion. In Ngahuru National Nutrition and Physical Activity Public Health Conference Programme and Abstract Book (pp. 26). Rotorua.

  • Hinckson, E. A. (2006). Early evaluation findings of the School Travel Plan programme. In Sustainable Transport Seminar for Auckland Regional Transport Authority. Auckland.

  • Duncan, S., Schofield, G. M., Hinckson, E. A., & Duncan, E. K. (2006). Combining global positioning with heart rate monitoring to measure physical activity in children. In Physical Activity and Obesity Satellite Conference Meeting Proceedings and Abstract Book (pp. 34). Brisbane.

  • Chhichhia, P., Nabiryo, C., Hinckson, E. A., & Rush, E. (2006). Effects of diet on future health: Interrelationships among diet, energy expenditure, body composition and risk factors for lifestyle disease in Indian pre-adolescents. In New Zealand Satellite Meeting of the International Congress of Obesity Conference (pp. 21). Auckland.

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Hopkins, W. G. (2005). Changes in running performance following intermittent altitude exposure simulated with tents [Abstract]. .

  • Hinckson, E., Hopkins, W. G., Downey, B., & Smith, B. (2005). The effect of intermittent hypoxic training via a hypoxic inhaler on physiological and performance measures in rowers [Abstract]. .

  • Hinckson, E. A., Hamlin Michael, J., Wood, M. R., & Hopkins, W. (2005). Effect of intermittent normobaric hypoxia on sea level performance in elite young rugby players [Abstract]. In New Zealand Sports Medicine and Science Conference Collected Abstracts (pp. 42). : Sports Medicine New Zealand.

  • Hamlin Michael, J., Hinckson, E. A., Wood, M. R., & Hopkins, W. G. (2005). The effect of intermittent normobaric hypoxic exposure on simulated rugby performance at 1650m altitude [Abstract]. In New Zealand Sports Medicine and Science Conference Collected Abstracts (pp. 38). : Sports Medicine New Zealand.

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Hopkins, W. G. (2003). Reliablity of running performance predicted from time-to-exhaustion tests using the critical power model. [Abstract]. .

  • Hinckson, E., & Hopkins, W. G. (2003). Altitude simulated with hypoxic tents enhances performance in distance runners. [Abstract].. In Proceedings of the New Zealand Sports Medicine and Science Conference (pp. 74). : Sports Medicine New Zealand.

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Hopkins, W. (2002). Reliability of running performance predicted from time to exhaustion tests using critical power model.. In 2002 Sports Medicine and Science in New Zealand Conference. .

Reports

  • Mandic, S., Jackson, A., Lieswyn, J., Mindell, J. S., Bengoechea, E. G., Spence, J. C., . . . Hinckson, E. (2019). Key Policy Recommendations for Active Transport in New Zealand. Dunedin, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://www.otago.ac.nz/active-living/otago710121.pdf

  • Sands, M., Dickinson, A., Hinckson, E., & Water, T. (2010). Evaluation of the modified MEND obesity program for children with disability: 24 weeks post program evaluation. Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.

  • Hinckson, E., & Faithfull, K. (2010). School Travel Plan Evaluation 2009: Benefits of the School Travel Plan Programme Analysis of interviews and focus groups.. Auckland: AUT University.

  • Curtis, A., Hinckson, E., & Water, T. (2010). Children's, parent's and health professional's perceptions of after school physical activity: Barriers and facilitators. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University of Technology.

  • Hinckson, E. (2008). School Travel Plan Evaluation 2008: Supplement. Auckland.

  • Hinckson, E. A., Snowling, N., Batts, P., Badland, H., & Schofield, G. (2007). Auckland Regional Transport Authority School Travel Plan Evaluation 2007. Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Badland, H. (2006). Auckland Regional Transport Authority school travel plan evaluation. Auckland, New Zealand.

Theses

  • Chaudhury, M. (2017). Public open space attributes in relation to children’s independent mobility experience in urban neighbourhoods in Auckland, New Zealand. (Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand). Retrieved from http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/handle/10292/10937

  • Pirini, J. (2015). Research into tutoring: Exploring agency and intersubjectivity. (AUT University, AUT University).

  • Faithfull, K. (2011). The Effect of Intermittent Activity on Postprandial Lipemia in Children. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10292/2493

Oral presentations

  • Farvid, P., & Hinckson, E. (2015). Supervising Masters and Honours Students. Auckland, NZ.

  • Hinckson, E., & Hopkins, W. G. (2004). Reliability of time to exhaustion analyzed with critical-power and log-log modelling. Loughborough, United Kingdom.

Other outputs

  • Sallis, J., & Hinckson, E. (2014). Reversing the childhood obesity epidemic in young people: Building up the physical activity side of energy balance. In The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology (Iss. 3). doi:10.1016/S2213-8587(13)70193-1

  • Barnes, J., Behrens, T. K., Benden, M. E., Biddle, S., Bond, D., Brassard, P., . . . Network, S. B. R. (2013). Letter to the Editor: Standardized use of the terms "sedentary" and "sedentary behaviours". In Mental Health and Physical Activity (Iss. 1). doi:10.1016/j.mhpa.2012.06.001

  • Hinckson, E., & Sedentary Behaviour Research Network. (2012). [Letter to the editor]: Standardized use of the term “sedentary” and “sedentary behaviours”. In Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism (Iss. 3). Retrieved from http://www.nrcresearchpress.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/doi/full/10.1139/h2012-024

  • Duncan, J. S., Hinckson, E. A., Duncumb, C., Schofield, G., Waa, A., Quigley, R., & Watts, C. (2008). Development of a HEHA Monitoring and Evaluation Toolbox.

  • Atkinson, G., Nevill, A., Hopkins, W. G., & Hinckson, E. A. (2005). Mathematical constants that vary? [2] (multiple letters). In Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (Iss. 10). Retrieved from http://ovidsp.tx.ovid.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Hopkins, W. G., & Hinckson, E. A. (2005). Response [Letter to the editor]. In Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/

  • Hinckson, E. A., & Hopkins, W. G. (2005). Response [Letter to the editor]. In Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (Iss. 10). Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/

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