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ZáNean McClain, Jill Pawlowski and Daniel W. Tindall

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Phil Esposito, ZáNean McClain and Daniel W. Tindall

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Phil Esposito, Iva Obrusnikova and Daniel W. Tindall

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Michaela A. Schenkelberg, ZáNean McClain, Kiley Tyler and Daniel W. Tindall

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ZáNean McClain, Michaela A. Schenkelberg and Daniel W. Tindall

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ZáNean McClain, Daniel W. Tindall and E. Andrew Pitchford

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Aaron Moffett, Michaela A. Schenkelberg and Daniel W. Tindall

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Michael W. Beets, John T. Foley, Daniel W.S. Tindall and Lauren J. Lieberman

Thirty-five youth with visual impairments (13.5 ± 2.1yrs, 13 girls and 22 boys) walked four 100-meter distances while wearing two units (right and left placement) of three brands of voice-announcement (VA) pedometers (CentriosTM Talking Pedometer, TALKiNG Pedometer, and Sportline Talking Calorie Pedometer 343) and a reference pedometer (NL2000). Registered pedometer steps for each trial were recorded, compared to actual steps assessed via digital video. Inter-unit agreement between right and left VA pedometer placement was low (ICC range .37 to .76). A systematic error was observed for the VA pedometers on the left placement (error range 5.6% to 12.2%), while right placement VA pedometers were at or below ± 3% from actual steps (range 2.1% to 3.3%). The reference pedometer was unaffected by placement (ICC .98, error ~1.4%). Overall, VA pedometers demonstrated acceptable accuracy for the right placement, suggesting this position is necessary for youth with visual impairments.

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ZáNean McClain, E. Andrew Pitchford, E. Kipling Webster and Daniel W. Tindall

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ZáNean McClain, E. Andrew Pitchford, E. Kipling Webster, Daniel W. Tindall and Seo Hee Lee