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Title: How many days to monitor levels of physical activity in children? A generalizability approach
Authors: Marques, A.T.
Maia, José A.R.
Garganta, Rui
Seabra, André
Prista, A.
Bustamante, Alcibíades
Vinagre, J.
Lopes, Vítor P.
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Kluwer
Citation: Marques, A.T.; Maia, José, A.R.; Garganta, R.; Seabra, A.; Prista, A.; Bustamante, A.; Vinagre, J.; Lopes, Vítor P. (2006) - How many days to monitor levels of physical activity in children? A generalizability approach. In Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Denver
Series/Report no.: 38;5 suppl
Abstract: There has been some debate about the number of days to monitor physical activity (PA). This discussion is relevant to have reliable estimates (means and variances) of PA of children and adolescents. Still, the approach taken so far, has not dealt with different levels of daily physical activity in children.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10198/4153
ISSN: 0195-9131
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