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Validation Studies of the One-Page Questionnaire of Physical activity (VITAL- study)

Littman et al. 2004

See reference #49

Methods
One-page questionnaire (VITAL) to capture data on usual recreational physical activity during the preceding 10 years and MET-hours estimated from a detailed comparison interview. (Age- and sex-adjusted Pearson Partial Correlation Coefficients)
Sample
217 men and women (112 men) enrolled in the Vitamins and Lifestyle (VITAL) study; 50 to 75 years of age
Summary Results
Correlation between the VITAL and Comparison Interview for Summary Recreational PA and Selected Activities
  Men Women All
All Activities 0.65
(.37-.68)*
0.70
(.59-.79)
0.63
(.36-.80)
Moderate and High Intensity 0.54
(.40-.66)
0.63
(.50-.74)
0.58
(.49-.66)
Moderate intensity 0.54
(-.05-.31)
0.46
(.3-.6)
0.27
(.14-.39)
Low intensity 0.43
(.27-.57)
0.44
(.28-.59)
0.44
(.32-.54)
Walking 0.49
(.33-.62)
0.64
(.52-.74)
0.55
(.45-.64)

* 95% CI

Last Modified: 11 Apr 2014