• Corpus ID: 9315541

[The reliability of a questionnaire regarding Colombian children's physical activity].

  title={[The reliability of a questionnaire regarding Colombian children's physical activity].},
  author={Aliz Y Herazo-Beltr{\'a}n and Regina Dom{\'i}nguez-Anaya},
  journal={Revista de salud publica},
  volume={14 5},
OBJECTIVE Reporting the Physical Activity Questionnaire for school children's (PAQ-C) test-retest reliability and internal consistency. METHODS This was a descriptive study of 100 school-aged children aged 9 to 11 years old attending a school in Cartagena, Colombia. The sample was randomly selected. The PAQ-C was given twice, one week apart, after the informed consent forms had been signing by the children's parents and school officials. Cronbach's alpha coefficient of reliability was used… 

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