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Cody L. Sipe, Kevin D. Ramey, Phil P. Plisky and James D. Taylor

limb while in a single-limb stance on a centralized platform. It was developed from the star excursion balance test (SEBT) in an attempt to address common sources of error and method variation noted in the SEBT ( Plisky, Gorman, Butler, Underwood, & Elkins, 2009 ). The SEBT has been shown to be a valid

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Miranda J. Menaspà, Paolo Menaspà, Sally A. Clark and Maurizio Fanchini

intensity and calculate s-RPE. 8 – 10 Psychophysical ratio-scaling methods have been used to create scales where the position of the numbers and verbal anchors (ie, the words next to the scale numbers) is crucial for their psychometric properties such as reliability, validity, responsiveness, and

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Aston K. McCullough and Carol Ewing Garber

for detecting habitual physical inactivity in young children are needed. Parental proxy reports of children’s PA are a widely available and time-efficient instrument for estimating daily PA volumes in children; however, the validity of these questionnaires in young children is limited ( Oliver

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Dawn T. Gulick

was designed to establish the reliability and validity of a new orthopedic device to measure linear translation of the tibia on the femur (ACL testing). Figure 1 —Lachman test with Mobil-Aider device. Methods The gold standard used to assess the Mobil-Aider ™ was the Zeiss Smartzoom 5 Microscope

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Zhen Zeng, Christoph Centner, Albert Gollhofer and Daniel König

extent of BFR as well as assessing the AOP in BFR research. 17 – 21 However, there is a lack of evidence regarding the accuracy of PO in determining both lower- and upper-limb AOP for BFR protocols. Therefore, the main purpose of this study was to evaluate the validity between PO for measuring the AOP

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Jing Dong Liu and Pak-kwong Chung

The current study presents the development process and initial validation of a measure designed for assessing psychological needs thwarting (frustration) in a secondary school physical education context (Psychological Needs Thwarting Scale in Physical Education, PNTSPE). Secondary school students (grades 7–9) from Hong Kong (N = 1258) were invited to participate in three studies. In Study 1, item generation and initial content validity of the PNTSPE were achieved. In Study 2, the factorial structure of the measure was tested using exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis. Internal consistency reliabilities of the subscales were also examined. In Study 3, the reliability and validity of the scores derived from the PNTSPE were further examined in an independent sample. Overall, the findings from the three studies provided initial psychometric evidence for the PNTSPE and suggested that the PNTSPE could be used as a valid and reliable measure to assess Hong Kong secondary school students’ psychological needs thwarting in physical education.

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Hidde P. van der Ploeg, Kitty R.M. Streppel, Allard J. van der Beek, Luc H.V. van der Woude, Miriam Vollenbroek-Hutten and Willem van Mechelen

Background:

The objective was to determine the test-retest reliability and criterion validity of the Physical Activity Scale for Individuals with Physical Disabilities (PASIPD).

Methods:

Forty-five non-wheelchair dependent subjects were recruited from three Dutch rehabilitation centers. Subjects’ diagnoses were: stroke, spinal cord injury, whiplash, and neurological-, orthopedic- or back disorders. The PASIPD is a 7-d recall physical activity questionnaire that was completed twice, 1 wk apart. During this week, physical activity was also measured with an Actigraph accelerometer.

Results:

The test-retest reliability Spearman correlation of the PASIPD was 0.77. The criterion validity Spearman correlation was 0.30 when compared to the accelerometer.

Conclusions:

The PASIPD had test-retest reliability and criterion validity that is comparable to well established self-report physical activity questionnaires from the general population.

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Eva Piatrikova, Ana C. Sousa, Javier T. Gonzalez and Sean Williams

applied in multiple sports such as cycling, 6 running, 7 rowing, 8 and team sports, 9 only 2 attempts have been made to validate the 3MT in free swimming. 10 , 11 Tsai and Thomas 10 assessed the validity of the 3MT in recreational swimmers and found that D 3 MT ′ was lower compared with D CM

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Seihati A. Shiroma, Ursula F. Julio and Emerson Franchini

frequently used to evaluate judo athletes have been conducted in laboratory settings (eg, treadmill, lower- or upper-body cycle ergometers). 2 , 5 , 11 Therefore, these tests present low ecological validity to prescribe and assess judo training-induced specific adaptations. 10 , 12 To counter this

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Natalia Romero-Franco, Juan Antonio Montaño-Munuera, Juan Carlos Fernández-Domínguez and Pedro Jiménez-Reyes

in sport to strengthen the quadriceps muscles 18 and its importance in sports movements (ie, running or kicking a ball), it is necessary to have affordable and portable tools to evaluate knee proprioception in OKC. Thus, we aimed to analyze the validity, intertester, and intratester reliability of