Criterion-related Validity of the Short Form of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire in Adults Who Are Blind

Marmeleira, José; Laranjo, Luís; Marques, Olga; Batalha, Nuno
September 2013
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness;Sep/Oct2013, Vol. 107 Issue 5, p375
Academic Journal
The article reports on research which was conducted to investigate the validity and measurement bias associated with using the International Physical Activity Questionnaire with blind adults. Researchers evaluated the questionnaire with 67 blind adults. They found that it had acceptable criterion validity for use with young and middle aged blind adults.


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