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University Medical Center Groningen

E. (Erja) Portegijs

Associate Professor, Rosalind Franklin Fellow, Human Movement Sciences

Research interests

Active aging, person-environment fit, mobility, lifestyle


Association between free-living sit-to-stand transition characteristics, and lower-extremity performance, fear of falling, and stair negotiation difficulties among community-dwelling 75 to 85-year-old adults

Impact of mobility restrictions on active aging; cross-sectional associations and longitudinal changes parallel to COVID-19 restrictions

Is Complexity of Daily Activity Associated with Physical Function and Life Space Mobility among Older Adults?

Associations Between Accelerometer-Based Free-Living Walking and Self-Reported Walking Capability Among Community-Dwelling Older People

Birth cohort differences in cognitive performance in 75- and 80-year-olds: a comparison of two cohorts over 28 years

Cohort Differences in Maximal Physical Performance: A Comparison of 75- and 80-Year-Old Men and Women Born 28 Years Apart

Comment on "Fatigability A Prognostic Indicator of Phenotypic Aging"

Coronavirus-related health literacy and perceived restrictiveness of protective measures among community-dwelling older persons in Finland

Day-to-Day Variability and Year-to-Year Reproducibility of Accelerometer-Measured Free-Living Sit-to-Stand Transitions Volume and Intensity among Community-Dwelling Older Adults

Do opposite ends of same factors underlie life satisfaction vs. depressive symptoms among older people?

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