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ICBNPA 2017 : 19th International Conference on Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

Bangkok, Thailand
August 30 - 31, 2017

Call for Papers

The ICBNPA 2017 : 19th International Conference on Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Theory and Determinants (PA/Exercise, Sedentary Behavior, or Diet/Eating)
  • Psychological (e.g. social-cognition and motivation, self-regulation, emotional)
  • Social, cultural and economic environment (e.g. inequalities, food insecurity)
  • Familial, parenting and home environment
  • Physical and built environment, environmental policy
  • Biological (e.g. neurobiology, appetite control, metabolomics), genetic and epigenetic
  • Interventions (PA/Exercise, Sedentary Behavior, or Diet/Eating)
  • Individual and clinical (e.g. Motivational Interviewing)
  • Parenting and family-based and home-based
  • Preschool and school-based
  • Community-based
  • Environmental and natural experiments
  • Worksite
  • Games, virtual realities, and simulations
  • Technology-mediated interventions (e.g. web, apps) and m/e-health
  • Public health and policy (e.g. behavioural economics, incentives/taxes)
  • Assessment and Methodologies in Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
  • Intervention development and evaluation frameworks
  • Research methods and measurement innovations
  • Statistical innovations (e.g. EMA, MLM)
  • Physical and Mental Health
  • Chronic disease (e.g. obesity, cancer)
  • Well-being, quality of Life
  • Mental health and eating disorders
  • Healthy aging
  • Cognitive function
  • Academic achievement
  • Other Topics
  • Research translation
  • Special populations (e.g. migrants, refugees)
  • Pregnancy and early motherhood, developmental origins of health and disease
  • Health professionals’ training
  • Education (e.g. Physical Education)
  • Ethical issues
  • Global/international health