Concurrent validation of estimated activity energy expenditure using a 3-day diary and accelerometry in adolescents
Rodrigues, A. M., Figueiredo, J. F., Mota, J., Cumming, S. P., Eisenmann, J. C., Malina, R. M. and Coelho e Silva, M. J., 2012. Concurrent validation of estimated activity energy expenditure using a 3-day diary and accelerometry in adolescents. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 22 (2), pp. 259-264.
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Estimates of daily energy expenditure are important to studies of physical activity and energy balance. Objective measures are not always feasible and further research is needed to validate survey instruments and diaries. The study validates estimated activity energy expenditure (AEE) based on a 3-day diary protocol relative to AEE derived from uniaxial accelerometry in adolescents, 265 girls and 227 boys (12.5–16.4 years). Participants completed the diary and wore a GT1M Actigraph accelerometer on the same days. Height and weight were measured. Correlations between protocols were significant (P
|Creators||Rodrigues, A. M., Figueiredo, J. F., Mota, J., Cumming, S. P., Eisenmann, J. C., Malina, R. M. and Coelho e Silva, M. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health|
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