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Table 3 Construct validity of the AQuAA and the PASE scores.

From: Psychometric properties of two physical activity questionnaires, the AQuAA and the PASE, in cancer patients

Instrument Median (25;75th percentile) Correlation with the ActiGraph accelerometer
   rs p ICC (95% CI)
ActiGraph (n = 48)     
Counts/min 289 (195;337)    
Total physical activities (min/wk) 1348 (1117;1717)    
Light-intensity activities (min/wk) 1120 (935;1448)    
Moderate-to-vigorous intensity activities (min/wk) 223 (132;316)    
Sedentary activities (min/wk) 4329 (3551;4584)    
AQuAA (n = 48)     
AQuAA Score (MET*min/wk) 5591 (3722;8786) 0.05 0.716  
Total physical activities (min/wk) 1330 (935;2344)    0.03 (-0.25 to 0.31)
Light-intensity activities (min/wk) 1063 (668;1898)    -0.001 (-0.28 to 0.28)
Moderate-to-vigorous intensity activities (min/wk) 238 (60;450)    0.32 (0.04 to 0.55)
Sedentary activities (min/wk) 3118 (2150;3720)    0.44 (0.18 to 0.64)
PASE (n = 48)     
PASE Sum score (PASE score) 87 (52; 162) 0.16 0.279  
Total physical activities (min/wk) 1609 (933; 2666)    0.12 (-0.17 to 0.39)
Sedentary activities (min/wk) 1079 (542; 1802)    0.39 (0.12 to 0.61)
  1. AQuAA: Activity Questionnaire for Adults and Adolescents; CI: confidence interval; ICC: intraclass correlation coefficients; PASE: Physical Activity Scale for the Elderly; rs: Spearman's rho.