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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Physical fitness for children -- Testing,
  • Self-perception in children -- Testing,
  • Self-report inventories,
  • Exercise for children -- Evaluation

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Stephanie Nora Smith
SeriesHealth, physical education and recreation microform publications
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationx, 118 leaves
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17927009M

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Physical Activity Assessments for Health-Related Research is a comprehensive guide on the use of physical activity instruments in health-related research. Written by internationally known experts in exercise science and physical activity epidemiology, the text provides researchers with practical information about the most effective ways to collect, score, and interpret physical activity data Price: $ Measuring physical activity in school age children -- Part 3. Promising practices in school-based physical activity interventions -- Recommendations and conclusion -- Appendix 1. Summary of physical activity guidelines for children and youth -- Appendix 2. Reliability and validity of self-report instruments for assessing physical activity in. The objectives of this study were twofold, firstly to identify instruments assessing the level of physical activity in daily life in patients with musculoskeletal pain and secondly to review psychometric properties of the instruments identified. In all, 42 articles derived from the literature on musculoskeletal pain were included in the by:   Due to physiological and cognitive changes that occur with aging, accurate physical activity (PA) measurement in older adults represents a unique challenge. The primary purpose of this study was to systematically review measures of PA and their use and appropriateness with older adults. A secondary aim was to determine the level of agreement .