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Barıs Seven, Gamze Cobanoglu, Deran Oskay, and Nevin Atalay-Guzel

changeable velocities and can be used for measurement of agonist–antagonist strength. 8 In literature, there are some studies that have used isokinetic dynamometers for wrist strength measurement. 9 – 11 However, the number of the studies regarding test–retest reliability of isokinetic dynamometer is

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Robert C. Lynall, Rachel S. Johnson, Landon B. Lempke, and Julianne D. Schmidt

, impacting its clinical utility. The purpose of this study was to determine the test–retest reliability of a functional RT test battery and to determine if RT improved between the 2 sessions. Methods Study Design We utilized an observational research design with participants tested twice, leaving at least 7

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Michael J. Duncan, Darren Richardson, Rhys Morris, Emma Eyre, and Neil D. Clarke

, Musalek, Wolanski, Murawska-Cialowicz, & Stastny, 2019 ; Unnithan, White, Georgiou, Iga, & Drust, 2012 ). The present study sought to address this issue by examining the test–retest reliability of two commonly used soccer dibbling skills tests. Methods Participants Following Coventry University ethics

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Emilie N. Miley, Ashley J. Reeves, Madeline P. Casanova, Nickolai J.P. Martonick, Jayme Baker, and Russell T. Baker

61 participants (23 males and 38 females; 25.48 [5.73] y) were included in the final analysis. Of the 61 participants, 31 had no previous experience with the TMR ® system, and 30 had prior experience. Test–retest reliability between the 2 sessions ranged from 0.57 to 0.95 for participants without

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Fei Tian, Yaqi Zhao, Jixin Li, Wenjin Wang, Danni Wu, Qiang Li, Liyun Guo, and Shaobai Wang

was recently used to assess knee JPS. The new device can detect knee 3D angles in real time, which is convenient for clinicians. In addition, a long-arm goniometer has often been used to measure knee angles and is reportedly more precise than a short-arm goniometer. 7 However, the test–retest

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Lauren R. Myers, Jenny L. Toonstra, and Andrea E. Cripps

test–retest reliability of the FitLight Trainer ™ in a healthy population. Establishing the test–retest reliability of the FitLight Trainer ™ as a valid measure for testing RT in a healthy population is an important first step. Once reliability has been established in a healthy population, clinicians

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Hannah L. Stedge, Thomas Cappaert, Valerie W. Herzog, Beth Kinslow, and Malissa Martin

internally consistent (Cronbach’s alpha coefficient = .82) and had convergent validity for each item of the nine-item scale; the scale was not evaluated for its test–retest reliability. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to assess the reliability and consistency of the ATSCS when completed by

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Alexander H.K. Montoye, Scott A. Conger, Joe R. Mitrzyk, Colby Beach, Alecia K. Fox, and Jeremy A. Steeves

recommended for widespread RT tracking, reliability and validity of the Wristband2 must be evaluated. This study’s primary purpose was to evaluate the test-retest and inter-monitor reliability of the Atlas Wristband2. Methods Participants A total of 62 participants aged 18–52 years took part in this study

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Shaima Alothman, Jeffrey C. Hoover, Mohammed M. Alshehri, Aqeel M. Alenazi, Jo Wick, Joseph LeMaster, Jason Rucker, and Patricia M. Kluding

stable and consistent results in different situations. Test–retest reliability is one of 4 reliability classes and is designed to test the consistency of measurement or behavior from 1 time point to another. The SB and physical activity levels are subject to natural variation from day to day influenced

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Antonio Dello Iacono, Stephanie Valentin, Mark Sanderson, and Israel Halperin

a strain gauge. This test does not depend on a force plate, can be easily administered without a complex setup, and assesses the horizontal forces component. Our aims were to examine the test–retest reliability of the IHPT PF outputs across 2 days and establish criterion validity by comparing the