Objective vs. Self-Reported Physical Activity and Sedentary Time: Effects of Measurement Method on Relationships with Risk Biomarkers

@inproceedings{CelisMorales2012ObjectiveVS,
  title={Objective vs. Self-Reported Physical Activity and Sedentary Time: Effects of Measurement Method on Relationships with Risk Biomarkers},
  author={Carlos Celis-Morales and Francisco P{\'e}rez-Bravo and Luis Garcia Iba{\~n}ez and Carlos Salas and Mark E S Bailey and Jason M. R. Gill},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
PURPOSE Imprecise measurement of physical activity variables might attenuate estimates of the beneficial effects of activity on health-related outcomes. We aimed to compare the cardiometabolic risk factor dose-response relationships for physical activity and sedentary behaviour between accelerometer- and questionnaire-based activity measures. METHODS Physical activity and sedentary behaviour were assessed in 317 adults by 7-day accelerometry and International Physical Activity Questionnaire… CONTINUE READING
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