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Table 2 Test-retest reliability of the AQuAA and the PASE scores.

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

Instrument T0 Median
(25;75th percentile)
T1 Median
(25;75th percentile)
ICC
(95% CI)
SEM SDD95 SDD95/range95 ratio
AQuAA (n = 50)       
AQuAA Score (MET*min/wk) 5316
(3263;8317)
5217
(3953;7491)
0.70
(0.53 to 0.82)
2671 7405 0.39
Total physical activities (min/wk) 1330
(913; 2321)
1500
(1054;2069)
0.63
(0.42 to 0.77)
663 1838 0.44
Light-intensity activities (min/wk) 1063
(660; 1853)
1215
(683;1706)
0.57
(0.35 to 0.73)
596 1653 0.40
Moderate-to-vigorous intensity activities (min/wk) 230
(34; 450)
293
(60;481)
0.70
(0.52 to 0.82)
275 762 0.39
Sedentary activities (min/wk) 3090
(2078; 3720)
2743
(1841; 3709)
0.78
(0.65 to 0.87)
637 1767 0.30
PASE (n = 50)       
PASE Sum score (PASEscore) 86
(49;161)
97
(55;175)
0.89
(0.82 to 0.94)
30 84 0.22
Total physical activities (min/wk) 1518
(873; 2630)
1659
(1005;2904)
0.90
(0.83 to 0.94)
498 1379 0.15
Sedentary activities (min/wk) 1079
(542;1802)
1079
(542;1802)
0.67
(0.48 to 0.80)
335 928 0.79
  1. AQuAA: Activity Questionnaire for Adults and Adolescents; CI: confidence interval; ICC: intraclass correlation coefficients; PASE: Physical Activity Scale for the Elderly; SEM: standard error of measurement; T0: the first time the questionnaires were completed; T1: the second time the questionnaires were completed (5 days after the first time); SDD95: smallest detectable difference at a 95% confidence level; range95: the difference between the lowest (2.5th percentile) and highest (97.5th percentile) observed value.