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Validation Studies of the Auckland Heart Study (AHS) Physical Activity Questionnaire

Elley et al. 2003

See reference #04

Relation between the AHS PAQ administered twice, and a 7-day activity diary (7-d AD) and pedometer (PED) (Spearman’s correlation coefficients)
34 “less active” old men and women; 10% Maori, 90% European; 40-79 years of age
Summary Results
  7-d AD PED
1st AHS
TEE 0.59 0.22
Total Moderate 0.50** 0.37*
Leisure Moderate 0.52**  
Leisure vigorous 0.39**  
2nd AHS
TEE 0.74*** 0.49***
Total moderate activity 0.72*** 0.51***
Leisure moderate 0.59***  
Leisure vigorous 0.65***  

* p < 0.05   ** p < 0.01   *** p < 0.001

Last Modified: 11 Apr 2014