Objective assessment of intensity categorization of the previous day physical activity recall questionnaire in 11-13 year old children.

@article{McBrearty2014ObjectiveAO,
  title={Objective assessment of intensity categorization of the previous day physical activity recall questionnaire in 11-13 year old children.},
  author={Donough McBrearty and Paul McCrorie and Malcolm H. Granat and Elaine Duncan and Ben W Stansfield},
  journal={Physiological measurement},
  year={2014},
  volume={35 11},
  pages={
          2329-42
        }
}
The Previous Day Physical Activity Recall (PDPAR) self-report questionnaire asks children to categories their time in 30 min blocks under activity codes and activity intensity (ActInt). Text and visual descriptors of ActInt are used which include posture and stepping intensity. This study aimed to objectively examine postures and stepping activity associated with PDPAR ActInt. Forty-three (19M/24F) 11-13 year children completed the PDPAR and wore a physical activity monitor (8 d). Within 30 min… Expand
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