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Paul Hibbing co-authors paper presenting a novel assessment of movement during sitting

Along with researchers from around the country, Hibbing co-authored the study titled "Using functional principal component analysis (FPCA) to quantify sitting patterns derived from wearable sensors". The work appears in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Functional Principle Component Analysis (FPCA) was used to identify patterns of movement during sitting without the use of cut-points. Results showed an association of the first subject-level component with diastolic blood pressure in a sample of 314 postmenopausal women.