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Comparison of two methods to assess PAEE during six activities in children


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Corder, K., Brage, S., Mattocks, C., Ness, A., Riddoch, C., Wareham, N. J. and Ekelund, U., 2007. Comparison of two methods to assess PAEE during six activities in children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39 (12), pp. 2180-2188.

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CORDER, K., S. BRAGE, C. MATTOCKS, A. NESS, C. RIDDOCH, N. J. WAREHAM, and U. EKELUND. Comparison of Two Methods to Assess PAEE during Six Activities in Children. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 39, No. 12, pp. 2180-2188, 2007. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the accuracy of physical activity energy expenditure (PAEE)-prediction models using accelerometry alone (ACC) and accelerometry combined with heart rate monitoring (HR+ACC) to estimate PAEE during six common activities in children (lying, sitting, slow and brisk walking, hop-scotch, running). Three PAEE-prediction models derived using the current data, and five previously published prediction models were cross-validated to estimate PAEE in this sample. Methods: PAEE was assessed using ACC, HR+ACC, and indirect calorimetry during six activities in 145 children (12.4 +/- 0.2 yr). One ACC and two HR+ACC PAEE-prediction models were derived using linear regression on data from the current study. These three new models were cross-validated using a jackknife approach, and a modified Bland-Altman method was used to assess the validity of all eight models. Results: PAEE predictions using the one ACC and two HR+ACC models derived in the current study correlated strongly with measured values (RMSE = 97.3-118.0 J.min(-1).kg(-1)). All five previously published models agreed well overall (RMSE = 115.6-245.3 J.min(-1).kg(-1)), but systematic error was present for most of these, to a greater extent for ACC. Conclusions: ACC and HR+ACC can both be used to predict overall PAEE during these six activities in children; however, systematic error was present in all predictions. Although both ACC and HR+ACC provide accurate predictions of overall PAEE, according to the activities in this study, PAEE-prediction models using HR+ACC may be more accurate and widely applicable than those based on accelerometry alone.

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsCorder, K., Brage, S., Mattocks, C., Ness, A., Riddoch, C., Wareham, N. J. and Ekelund, U.
DOI10.1249/mss.0b013e318150dff8
DepartmentsFaculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code6344
Additional InformationID number: ISI:000251568400011

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