12966_2017_636_MOESM1_ESM.docx (1.26 MB)
Download file

Additional file 1: Table S1. of A systematic literature review of reviews on techniques for physical activity measurement in adults: a DEDIPAC study

Download (1.26 MB)
journal contribution
posted on 08.02.2018, 05:00 authored by Kieran Dowd, Robert Szeklicki, Marco Minetto, Marie Murphy, Angela Polito, Ezio Ghigo, Hidde van der Ploeg, Ulf Ekelund, Janusz Maciaszek, Rafal Stemplewski, Maciej Tomczak, Alan Donnelly
Criterion validity of self-reported measures of physical activity/energy expenditure. Table S2. Concurrent validity of self-reported measures of physical activity/energy expenditure. Table S3. Intra-instrument Reliability of self-reported measures of physical activity. Table S4a. Test-retest reliability of self-reported measures of physical activity/energy expenditure within a duration of less than or equal to one week. Table S4b. Test-retest reliability of self-reported measures of physical activity/energy expenditure within a duration of between 1 week and 4 weeks. Table S4c. Test-retest reliability of self-reported measures of physical activity/energy expenditure within a duration of between 4 weeks and 8 weeks. Table S4d. Test-retest reliability of self-reported measures of physical activity/energy expenditure within a duration of between 8 weeks and 1 year. Table S4e. Test-retest reliability of self-reported measures of physical activity/energy expenditure within a duration of greater than 1 year. Table S5. Sensitivity to change over time of self-reported measures of physical activity/energy expenditure. Table S6. Criterion validity of accelerometer activity monitor determined physical activity/energy expenditure. Table S7. Concurrent validity of accelerometer/activity monitor determined physical activity/energy expenditure. Table S8. Inter-instrument reliability of accelerometer/activity monitor determined physical activity/energy expenditure. Table S9. Test-retest reliability of accelerometer/activity monitor determined physical activity/energy expenditure. Table S10. Sensitivity to change over time of accelerometer devices. Table S11. Details of studies that examined the Criterion Validity of Pedometers. Table S12. Details of studies examining the concurrent validity of pedometers. Table S13. Details of studies examining inter-instrument reliability in pedometer devices. Table S14. Details of studies examining the test-retest reliability of pedometers. Table S15. Details of studies examining the sensitivity to change of pedometers. Table S16. Details of studies examining the criterion validity of heart rate monitoring devices. Table S17. Details of studies examining the concurrent validity of heart rate monitoring devices. Table S18. Details of studies examining the criterion validity of combined sensors. Table S19. Details of studies examining the concurrent validity of combined sensors. Figure S1. PRISMA Checklist. Figure S2a. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between self-report measures of energy expenditure compared to energy expenditure from activity logs/diaries. Figure S2b. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between self-report measures of energy expenditure and time spent in physical activity compared to other self-report measures of energy expenditure or time spent in physical activity. Figure S2c. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between self-report measures of energy expenditure compared to energy expenditure determined from activity monitors. Figure S2d. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between self-report measures of time spent in physical activity intensities (Light, Moderate and Moderate-to-Vigorous intensity physical activity) compared to time spent in physical activity intensities determined from activity monitors. Figure S2e. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between self-report measures of time spent in physical activity intensities (Vigorous physical activity, Total physical activity, times active, time standing, time stepping) compared to time spent in physical activity intensities determined from activity monitors. Figure S2f. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between self-report measures of energy expenditure and time spent in physical activity intensities (Vigorous physical activity, Total physical activity, times active, time standing, time stepping) compared to energy expenditure time spent in physical activity intensities determined from pedometers and heart rate monitors. Figure S3c. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between accelerometer/activity monitor determined variables (activity counts, time spent in light intensity physical activity, time spent in moderate intensity physical activity, time spent in moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity, time spent in vigorous intensity physical activity, total physical activity, stepping and energy expenditure) compared to an alternative accelerometer/activity monitor. Figure S3d. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between accelerometer/activity monitor determined energy expenditure (METs) in light intensity physical activity, moderate intensity physical activity, vigorous intensity physical activity and total physical activity (METs, MJ.d, KJ.h, KJ.kg.min-1) compared to estimates from indirect (IC) and whole room calorimetry (WRC). Figure S3e. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between accelerometer/activity monitor determined energy expenditure, energy expenditure from light intensity physical activity, moderate intensity physical activity, vigorous intensity physical activity, total physical activity compared to estimates from Heart Rate Monitoring (HRM) and Self-Report (SR) measures. Figure S3f. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between accelerometer/activity monitor determined energy expenditure (kcal.min-1, kcal.kg.hr-1) compared to indirect calorimetry determined energy expenditure (kcal.min-1, kcal.kg.hr-1). Figure S3g. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between accelerometer/activity monitor determined energy expenditure (METs.min-1, METs.hr-1) compared to indirect calorimetry determined energy expenditure (METs.min-1, METs.hr-1). Figure S3h. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between accelerometer/activity monitor determined total energy expenditure compared to indirect calorimetry determined total energy expenditure. Figure S3h (cont). Forest plot of percentage mean difference between accelerometer/activity monitor determined energy expenditure (kcal.min-1, kcal.kg.hr-1) compared to indirect calorimetry determined energy expenditure (kcal.min-1, kcal.kg.hr-1). Figure S4a. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between pedometer determined step count/energy expenditure/MVPA compared to concurrent measures (i.e. accelerometry, indirect calorimetry, pedometers). Figure S5a. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between heart rate monitor determined energy expenditure/physical activity level/physical activity intensity compared to concurrent measures (accelerometers, self-report, indirect calorimetry) Figure S6. Forest plot of percentage mean difference between energy expenditure determined by combined sensors compared to concurrent measure (indirect calorimetry). (DOCX 1304 kb)

Funding

Health Research Board (IE)

History