The validity and reliability of a home environment preschool-age physical activity questionnaire (Pre-PAQ)

@inproceedings{Dwyer2011TheVA,
  title={The validity and reliability of a home environment preschool-age physical activity questionnaire (Pre-PAQ)},
  author={Genevieve M Dwyer and Seema Mihrshahi and J. K. Peat and Louise A. Baur},
  booktitle={The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND There is a need for valid population level measures of physical activity in young children. The aim of this paper is to report the development, and the reliability and validity, of the Preschool-age Children's Physical Activity Questionnaire (Pre-PAQ) which was designed to measure activity of preschool-age children in the home environment in population studies. METHODS Pre-PAQ was completed by 103 families, and validated against accelerometry for 67 children (mean age 3.8 years, SD… CONTINUE READING

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