Pediatric Questionnaires With Psychometric Testing (English)
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TVVideo and Computer GamesComputerTotal Screen TimeReading TimePassive TravelOccupational/Educational SBSitting during mealsLeisure timeSitting during hobbiesPhone/textingSitting for socializingListening to musicSitting while doing household tasksSitting while caringSitting TimeTotal SBQuality of SB (e.g. violence, etc)
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Parent-reported sedentary timeBased on 2007/2009 Canadian Health Measures SurveySarker 2015http://bmcresnotes.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13104-015-1648-04 months-6 years3Canada2009/2010Actical accelerometer (<100 CPM)YesNoHipOn a typical weekday how many minutes did your child spend awake in a room with: (a) the television on; (b) videos or a DVD on; (c) playing the computer; (d) playing video game consoles (e.g., Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo Wii); (e) playing handheld devices (e.g., iPhones, iPads, tablets, Nintendo DS video games)?None
Less than 1 hour
1 to 2 hours
3 to 5 hours
6 to 10 hours
11 to 14 hours
15 to 20 hours
More than 20 hours
On a typical weekday, how much time does your child spend in a stroller?

On a typical weekday, how much time does your child spend as a passenger in a motor vehicle (e.g., a car, bus)?
None
Less than 1 hour
1 to 2 hours
3 to 5 hours
6 to 10 hours
11 to 14 hours
15 to 20 hours
More than 20 hours
Note: This was calculated based on the sum of other questions.Total SB compared to Actical accelerometer: (r = 0.10; 95 % CI −0.12, 0.33)
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COMPASSCOMPASSLeatherdale (unpublished)https://uwaterloo.ca/compass-system/compass-system-projects/compass-study/compass-questionnaires

https://uwaterloo.ca/compass-system/sites/ca.compass-system/files/uploads/files/compass_report_-_pa_validation_-_volume_2_issue_1.pdf
Grades 9-126Canada, Guatemala2012/2013Actigraph accelerometer (<150 CPM)Yes (total SB only)YesHipHow much time per day do you usually spend in the following activities?

Watching/streaming TV shows or movies?
0-9:45ICC: 0.56; Cronbach's alpha: 0.74.How much time per day do you usually spend in the following activities?

Playing video/computer games?
0-9:45ICC: 0.65; Cronbach's alpha: 0.79.How much time per day do you usually spend in the following activities?

Surfing on the internet?
0-9:45ICC: 0.71; Cronbach's alpha: 0.84.How much time per day do you usually spend in the following activities?

Doing homework?
0-9:45ICC: 0.54; Cronbach's alpha: 0.72.How much time per day do you usually spend in the following activities?

Talking on the phone?

Texting, messaging, emailing? (Note: 50 texts = 30 minutes)
0-9:45Talking on the phone: ICC 0.76; Cronbach's alpha 0.86.

Texting: ICC 0.86; Cronbach's alpha 0.93.
Note: This was calculated based on the sum of all other sedentary activitiesTotal sedentary activity compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of 150 CPM: ICC: 0.15 (p<0.05); Pearson r: 0.20 (p<0.05);Cronbach's alpha: 0.33, ICC: 0.79; Cronbach's alpha: 0.88
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Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Assessment Questionnaire (PASBAQ)Health Survey for EnglandScholes 201416+ years4England1991- (validation in 2008)ActiGraph GT1M (<50, 100 and 200 CPM)YesUnknownHipNow I’d like to ask you some questions about time that you might have spent sitting down. For these questions, I’d like you to think about what you have done in the last four weeks, that is since (date of interview – 4 weeks) (when you were not doing your (paid) job)...TVWkHr: In the last 4 weeks, how much time did you spend sitting down watching TV (including DVDs and videos) on an average weekday (that is Monday to Friday)? WESit1H: In the last four weeks, how much time did you spend watching TV (including watching DVDs and videos) on an average weekend day (that is Saturday and Sunday)? hours and minutesTelevision viewing compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of <50 cpm: women r=0.16, 95% CI: 0.11, 0.22; men r=0.16, 95% CI:0.10, 0.21
Television viewing compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of <100 cpm: women r=0.14, 95% CI:0.08, 0.19; men r=0.13, 95% CI: 0.07, 0.19
Television viewing compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of <200 cpm: women r=0.11, 95% CI: 0.06, 0.17; men r=0.11, 95% CI: 0.05, 0.18
Looking at showcard I, which of these did you do whilst working? Please include any
work you did on weekends.
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
1 Sitting down or standing up
2 Walking at work (e.g. door to door sales, hospital nurse work)
3 Climbing stairs or ladders
4 Lifting, carrying or moving heavy loads
IF WorkAct2 = Sit THEN
WrkAct3H
On an average work day in the last four weeks, how much time did you usually spend
sitting down or standing up?
minutesOccupational sitting/standing compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of <50 cpm: women r=0.19, 95% CI: 0.11, 0.27; men r=0.17, 95% CI:0.09, 0.25,
Occupational sitting/standing compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of <100 cpm women r=0.20, 95% CI: 0.10, 0.30; men r=0.19, 95% CI: 0.11, 0.27,
Occupational sitting/standing compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of <200 cpm women r=0.18, 95% CI: 0.11, 0.26; men r=0.19, 95% CI:0.11, 0.27
Now I’d like to ask you some questions about time that you might have spent sitting down. For these questions, I’d like you to think about what you have done in the last four weeks, that is since (date of interview – 4 weeks) (when you were not doing your (paid job)...WkSit2H: In the last four weeks, how much time did you spend sitting down doing any other activity on an average weekday (that is Monday to Friday)? Please do not include time spent doing these activities while at work. WESit2H: In the last 4 weeks, how much time did you spend sitting down doing any other activity on an average weekend day (that is Saturday and Sunday)? Please do not include time spent doing these activities while at work. Non-television sitting compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of: <50 cpm women r=0.20, 95% CI: 0.1, 0.26; men r=0.18, 95% CI: 0.12, 0.24,
Non-television sitting compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of: <100 cpm: women r=0.20, 95% CI: 0.14, 0.25; men r=0.17, 95% CI: 0.11, 0.22,
Non-television sitting compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of: <200 cpm women r=0.18, 95% CI: 0.12, 0.23; men r=0.15, 95% CI: 0.09, 0.21
Total sedentary activity compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of: <50 cpm: women r=0.27, 95% CI:0.22, 0.32; men r=0.26, 95% CI:0.20, 0.32,
Total sedentary activity compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of: <100 cpm women r=0.24, 95% CI:0.19, 0.29, men r=0.23, 95% CI:0.16, 0.29,
Total sedentary activity compared to accelerometer with sedentary threshold of: <200 cpm women r=0.21, 95% CI:0.16, 0.26, men r=0.20, 95% CI:0.14, 0.26
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http://www.sedentarybehaviour.org/sedentary-behaviour-questionnaires/Youth Physical Activity Measurement Study (YPAMS)Saint-Maurice 2015Study details: http://www.jmir.org/2014/12/e269/

Validation details: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0143949
Grades 4-124USA2014-Sensewear ArmbandYes (total SB only)UnknownArmThese questions ask about time spent resting and sitting. You probably sit while eating, doing homework, or playing musical instruments. But you also may spend time sitting while watching TV, playing video games, using the computer or using your phone, or iTouch/iPad). Answer these questions about the time you spent sitting during these activities in the past 7 days.

TV Time: How much time did you spend watching TV outside of school time (This includes time spent watching movies or sports but NOT time spent playing video games).
a. I didn't watch TV at all
b. I watched less than 1 hour per day
c. I watched 1 to 2 hours per day
d. I watched 2 to 3 hours per day
e. I watched more than 3 hours per day
These questions ask about time spent resting and sitting. You probably sit while eating, doing homework, or playing musical instruments. But you also may spend time sitting while watching TV, playing video games, using the computer or using your phone, or iTouch/iPad). Answer these questions about the time you spent sitting during these activities in the past 7 days.

Video Game Time: How much time did you spend playing video games outside of school time? (This includes games on Nintendo DS, wii, Xbox, PlayStation, iTouch, iPad, or games on your phone)
a. I didn’t really play at all
b. I played less than 1 hour per day
c. I played 1 to 2 hours per day
d. I played 2 to3 hours per day
e. I played more than 3 hours per day
These questions ask about time spent resting and sitting. You probably sit while eating, doing homework, or playing musical instruments. But you also may spend time sitting while watching TV, playing video games, using the computer or using your phone, or iTouch/iPad). Answer these questions about the time you spent sitting during these activities in the past 7 days.

Computer Time: How much time did you spend using computers outside of school time? (This doesn’t include home work time but includes time on Facebook as well as time spent surfing the internet, instant messaging, playing online video games or computer games)
a. I didn’t really use the computer at all
b. I used a computer less than 1 hour per day
c. I used a computer 1 to 2 hours per day
d. I used a computer 2 to3 hours per day
e. I used a computer more than 3 hours per day
These questions ask about time spent resting and sitting. You probably sit while eating, doing homework, or playing musical instruments. But you also may spend time sitting while watching TV, playing video games, using the computer or using your phone, or iTouch/iPad). Answer these questions about the time you spent sitting during these activities in the past 7 days.

Phone / Text Time: How much time did you spend using your cell phone after school? (This includes time spent talking or texting).

a. I didn’t really use a cell phone
b. I used a phone less than 1 hour per day
c. I used a phone 1 to 2 hours per day
d. I used a phone 2 to 3 hours per day
e. I used a phone more than 3 hours per day
These questions ask about time spent resting and sitting. You probably sit while eating, doing homework, or playing musical instruments. But you also may spend time sitting while watching TV, playing video games, using the computer or using your phone, or iTouch/iPad). Answer these questions about the time you spent sitting during these activities in the past 7 days.

Overall Sedentary Habits: Which of the following best describes your typical sedentary habits at home? (Try to think about a typical week and not just last week)
a. I spent almost none of my free time sitting
b. I spent little time sitting during my free time
c. I spent a moderate amount of time sitting during my free time
d. I spent a lot of time sitting during my free time
e. I spent almost all of my free time sitting
Composite score including sum of TV, computer, and cell phone timeTotal SB compared to Sensewear armband: r = 0.75, p < .001
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Youth Risk Behavior SurveyYouth Risk Behavior SurveySchmitz 2004 & Brener 2002Validation: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1746-1561.2004.tb06632.x/abstract

Reliability: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1054139X02003397
http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/data/yrbs/index.htm
13-18 years2USATV: 1999-
Computer: 2007- (examples have been updated to include tablets, smart phones and social media)
7-day TV and Computer logUnknownUnknownNAOn an average school day, how many hours do you watch TV?A. I do not watch TV on an average school day
B. Less than 1 hour per day
C. 1 hour per day
D. 2 hours per day
E. 3 hours per day
F. 4 hours per day
G. 5 or more hours per day
In comparison to 7-day log, Spearman r=0.46, p<0.001Kappa=0.59; Spearman r: 0.68, p<0.001On an average school day, how many hours do you play video or computer games or use a computer for something that is not school work? (Count time spent on things such as Xbox, PlayStation, an iPad or other tablet, a smartphone, texting, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, or other social media.)A. I do not play video or computer games or use a computer for something that is not school work
B. Less than 1 hour per day
C. 1 hour per day
D. 2 hours per day
E. 3 hours per day
F. 4 hours per day
G. 5 or more hours per day
Sum of TV and Computer timeTest-retest reliability: r=0.68, p<0.01
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Activity Questionnaire for Adults and Adolescents (AQuAA)Chinapaw 2009http://bmcmedresmethodol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2288-9-58
www.biomedcentral.com/content/supplementary/1471-2288-9-58-S1.doc
12-16 years 4Netherlands2009Actigraph 7164 (<699 cpm)YesYes Right hipThink about the past week (seven days). Please indicate how many days in this week you performed the following activities, how much time on average you were engaged in this per day: Watching television# days per week, average time per day: hours and minutesThink about the past week (seven days). Please indicate how many days in this week you performed the following activities, how much time on average you were engaged in this per day: Reading# days per week, average time per day: hours and minutsThink about the past week (seven days). Please indicate how many days in this week you performed the following activities, how much time on average you were engaged in this per day: Reading# days per week, average time per day: hours and minutesSummation of TV, reading, computer and otherCorrelation with accelerometer (threshold not reported): adolescents r=0.23, NS, adults r=0.15Adolescents: ICC=0.57 (95% CI: 0.34, 0.73), Adults: ICC=0.60 (95% CI: 0.40, 0.74)Also included a question about other sedentary activities including talking with friends, board games, sitting in the car
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Adolescents Sedentary Activities Questionnaire (ASAQ)Hardy 2007B9=HYPERLINK("http://www.acaorn.org.au/streams/activity/tools-validation/index.php#The%20Adolescent%20Sedentary%20Activity%20Questionnaire%20(ASAQ)","http://www.acaorn.org.au/streams/activity/tools-validation/index.php#The%20Adolescent%20Sedentary%20Activity%20Questionnaire%20(ASAQ)")11-15 years23Australia2007NoneNoYesNAThink about a normal school week, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities before and after school each day 1) watching TV; watching videos/DVDs. Think about a normal weekend, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities on the weekend: 1) watching TV?; 2) Watching videos/DVDs?hours and minutesThink about a normal school week, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities before and after school each day 1) Using the computer for fun?; Using the computer for homework? Think about a normal weekend, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities on the weekend: 1) Using the computer for fun; 2) Using the computer for homework?hours and minutesSum of TV, computerTotal week: ICCs ranged from 0.76 (Grade 6 girls) to 0.90 (Grade 8 boys and grade 10 girls); weekdays: ICCs ranged from 0.66 (grade 8 girls) to 0.89 (grade 8 boys); weekend days: ICCs ranged from 0.64 (grade 6 girls) to 0.90 (grade 10 girls)Think about a normal school week, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities before and after school each day reading for fun? Think about a normal weekend, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities on the weekend: reading for fun?hours and minutesThink about a normal school week, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities before and after school each day for travel (car/bus/train)? Think about a normal weekend, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities on the weekend for travel (car/bus/train)?hours and minutesTotal week: ICCs ranged from 0.25 (Grade 10 boys) to 0.93 (Grade 10 girls); weekdays: ICCs ranged from 0.28 (grade 10 boys) to 0.95 (grade 10 girls); weekend days: ICCs ranged from 0.01 (grade 8 boys) to 0.69 (grade 10 girls)Think about a normal school week, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities before and after school each day for 1) doing homework not on the computer? 2) being tutored? Think about a normal weekend, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities on the weekend: 1) doing homework not on the computer? 2) being tutored?hours and minutesNRTotal week: ICCs ranged from 0.54(Grade 6 boys) to 0.88 (Grade 10 girls); weekdays: ICCs ranged from 0.47 (grade 6 boys) to 0.83 (grade 10 girls); weekend days: ICCs ranged from 0.64 (grade 8 boys) to 0.81 (grade 10 girls)Think about a normal school week, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities before and after school each day for doing crafts or hobbies? Think about a normal weekend, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities on the weekend: doing crafts or hobbieshours and minutesThink about a normal school week, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities before and after school each day sitting around (chatting with friends/on the phone/chilling)? Think about a normal weekend, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities on the weekend: sitting around (chatting with friends/on the phone/chilling)?hours and minutesNRTotal week: ICCs ranged from 0.42 (Grade 8 girls) to 0.81 (Grade 6 girls); weekdays: ICCs ranged from 0.20 (grade 8 boys) to 0.74 (grade 6 girls); weekend days: ICCs ranged from 0.34 (grade 10 boys) to 0.74 (grade 8 boys)Think about a normal school week, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities before and after school each day playing/practicing a musical instrument? Think about a normal weekend, and write down how long you spend doing the following activities on the weekend: playing/practicing a musical instrument)?hours and minutesTotal of travel, screen, education, cultural, and socialTotal week: ICCs ranged from 0.57 (Grade 6 boys) to 0.86 (Grade 6 girls); weekdays: ICCs ranged from 0.58 (grade 6 boys) to 0.82 (grade 6 girls); weekend days: ICCs ranged from 0.47 (grade 6 boys) to 0.83 (grade 10 girls)Also asked about weekend time spent sitting while going to church or Saturday school
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Child Sedentary Activity Questionnaire (CSAQ)He 2009https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19445431Grades 5-6NRCanadaUnknownActivity diaryYesYesNANR - Requires children to recall the hours spent each day of the previous week watching TV/videos and playing computer and video games outside of school hours.hours/dayICC = 0.5 to 0.8ICC = 0.98
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GEMS Activity Questionnaire, (GAQ)Trueth 2003https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/126185879.0 ± 0.614USAUnknownNoYesFor each activity listed below, think about whether you did that activity yesterday and, if so, how much time you spent doing the activity. Please check the box that best fits how much time you spent doing each activity
YESTERDAY
1) Watch TV, Videos
USUALLY
1) Watch TV, videos
• None
• Less than 30 minutes
• 30 minutes – 1 hour
• 1 - 3 hours
• More than 3 hours
Yesterday r = 0.35, usual r = 0.38For each activity listed below, think about whether you did that activity yesterday and, if so, how much time you spent doing the activity. Please check the box that best fits how much time you spent doing each activity
YESTERDAY
1) Watch TV, Videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
USUALLY
1) Watch TV, videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
• None
• Less than 30 minutes
• 30 minutes – 1 hour
• 1 - 3 hours
• More than 3 hours
For each activity listed below, think about whether you did that activity yesterday and, if so, how much time you spent doing the activity. Please check the box that best fits how much time you spent doing each activity
YESTERDAY
1) Watch TV, Videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
USUALLY
1) Watch TV, videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
• None
• Less than 30 minutes
• 30 minutes – 1 hour
• 1 - 3 hours
• More than 3 hours
For each activity listed below, think about whether you did that activity yesterday and, if so, how much time you spent doing the activity. Please check the box that best fits how much time you spent doing each activity
YESTERDAY
1) Watch TV, Videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
USUALLY
1) Watch TV, videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
• None
• Less than 30 minutes
• 30 minutes – 1 hour
• 1 - 3 hours
• More than 3 hours
For each activity listed below, think about whether you did that activity yesterday and, if so, how much time you spent doing the activity. Please check the box that best fits how much time you spent doing each activity
YESTERDAY
1) Watch TV, Videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
USUALLY
1) Watch TV, videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
• None
• Less than 30 minutes
• 30 minutes – 1 hour
• 1 - 3 hours
• More than 3 hours
For each activity listed below, think about whether you did that activity yesterday and, if so, how much time you spent doing the activity. Please check the box that best fits how much time you spent doing each activity
YESTERDAY
1) Watch TV, Videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
USUALLY
1) Watch TV, videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
• None
• Less than 30 minutes
• 30 minutes – 1 hour
• 1 - 3 hours
• More than 3 hours
For each activity listed below, think about whether you did that activity yesterday and, if so, how much time you spent doing the activity. Please check the box that best fits how much time you spent doing each activity
YESTERDAY
1) Watch TV, Videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
USUALLY
1) Watch TV, videos
2) Computer games, video games
3) Arts and crafts
4) Play board games
5) Homework, reading
6) Talking on the phone, hanging out with friends
7) Listening to music, playing an instrument
• None
• Less than 30 minutes
• 30 minutes – 1 hour
• 1 - 3 hours
• More than 3 hours
Sum of "other" sedentary behavioursYesterday r = 0.47, usual r = 0.48
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Hardy et al. Sedentary Behavior QuestionnaireHardy 2007https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Changes+in+sedentary+behavior+among+adolescent+girls%3A+a+2.5-year+prospective+cohort+study12-15 years13Australia2000-2002MTI accelerometerYesNoNRHow many minutes/hours do you usually spend on an average SCHOOL Day: a) Watching TV or videos or video games? How many minutes/hours do you usually spend each WEEKEND DAY: a) watching TV or videos or video games?minutes and hours/dayHow many minutes/hours do you usually spend on an average SCHOOL Day: a) Watching TV or videos or video games? How many minutes/hours do you usually spend each WEEKEND DAY: a) watching TV or videos or video games?minutes and hours/dayHow many minutes/hours do you usually spend on an average SCHOOL Day: a) Sitting in front of a computer for fun or study? How many minutes/hours do you usually spend each WEEKEND DAY: a) Sitting in front of a computer for fun or study? minutes and hours/dayHow many minutes/hours do you usually spend on an average SCHOOL Day: a) Doing study or homework (that is not on a computer) or reading a book? How many minutes/hours do you usually spend each WEEKEND DAY: a) Doing study or homework (that is not on a computer) or reading a book?minutes and hours/dayHow many minutes/hours do you usually spend on an average SCHOOL Day: a) Travelling in a car, train, bus or ferry? How many minutes/hours do you usually spend each WEEKEND DAY: Travelling in a car, train, bus or ferry?minutes and hours/dayHow many minutes/hours do you usually spend on an average SCHOOL Day: Sitting around doing hobbies and crafts or music lessons/practice? How many minutes/hours do you usually spend each WEEKEND DAY: Sitting around doing hobbies and crafts or music lessons/practice?minutes and hours/dayHow many minutes/hours do you usually spend on an average SCHOOL Day: Sit chatting on the phone or just hanging out in your room? How many minutes/hours do you usually spend each WEEKEND DAY: Sit chatting on the phone, sitting with friends or just hanging out in your room?minutes and hours/dayHow many minutes/hours do you usually spend on an average SCHOOL Day: Sit chatting on the phone or just hanging out in your room? How many minutes/hours do you usually spend each WEEKEND DAY: Sit chatting on the phone, sitting with friends or just hanging out in your room?minutes and hours/daySum of sedentary behavioursMean weekly difference (h/wk) between self-report and accelerometer-based measures of SB = 3.2 h/wk ± 11.9 h/wk
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Health, Eating and Play Study (HEAPS)Salmon 2006https://www.mja.com.au/system/files/issues/184_02_160106/sal10430_fm.pdfAge 5-6 and 10-124Australia2002/2003NoneNoYesNAOn a usual school day, about how many hours did your child spend watching non- commercial television (e.g. ABC and Pay TV) or Videos/DVD’s?
On a usual weekend day (Saturday or Sunday), about how many hours did your child spend watching non-commercial television (eg. ABC and Pay TV) or Videos/DVD’s?
On a usual school day, about how many hours did your child spend watching commercial television (e.g. SBS, Channel 7, Channel 9, Channel 10)?
On a usual weekend day (Saturday or Sunday), about how many hours did your child spend watching commercial television (eg. SBS, Channel 7, Channel 9, Channel 10)?
0, 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5, 6, 6 or more hours/dayICC: 0.78; 95% CI, 0.69–0.84; P < 0.001
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KidActive-QBonn 2012https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23355937
http://ki.se/en/meb/the-active-q-physical-activity-questionnaires
4.2 (1.3)1Sweden2009-NoneNoyesNAHow often do you dedicate time to the following leisure time activities and how much time do you spend doing them every day? Watching TV/DVDsnumber of days/week and total time per day: 
Less than 30 minutes
30 -59 minutes
1 -2 hours
3 -4 hours
5 -8 hours
Longer than 8 hours
ICC 0.85, 95% CI: 0.72, 0.97
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Netherlands Physical Activity Questionnaire (NPAQ)Janz 2005https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/162707144-7 years1Netherlands2005NoneNoYesNAOn average, how many hours per day does your child spend watching any type of television including video movies?

__________hours per dayr = 0.68, Kappa = 0.53, 95% CI: 0.33, 0.74
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Pre-School Aged Physical Activity Questionnaire (Pre-PAQ)Dwyer 2011https://ijbnpa.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1479-5868-8-863.0-5.9 years3Australia2007-NoneNoYesNAWhich of the following activities did your child do YESTERDAY?

Sat or lay still watching TV?
Sat or lay still watching a DVD or a video
hours and minutesICC: 0.70-0.88Which of the following activities did your child do YESTERDAY?

Played computer or electronic games
hours and minutesICC: 0.82-0.85How long did your child spend in a car, in total, LAST WEEK (weekdays + Saturday + Sunday)?hours and minutesICC: 0.31-0.63
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Self-Administered Physical Activity Checklist (SAPAC)Affuso 2011Validation: https://jnrbm.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1477-5751-10-211-15 years15USA1996-Actigraph accelerometer (<100 CPM)YesNoHipWEEKDAYS:
Before school: TV/Video
After school: TV/Video

WEEKEND DAYS:
Morning: TV/Video
Between Lunch and Dinner: TV/Video
After dinner: TV/Video
hours and minutesWEEKDAYS:
Before school: Video & Computer Games
After school: Video & Computer Games

WEEKEND DAYS:
Morning: Video & Computer Games
Between Lunch and Dinner: Video & Computer Games
After dinner: Video & Computer Games
hours and minutesWEEKDAYS:
Before school: Computer/Internet Use
After school: Computer/Internet Use

WEEKEND DAYS:
Morning: Computer/Internet Use
Between Computer/Internet Use
After dinner: Computer/Internet Use
hours and minutesWEEKDAYS:
Before school: Talking on the phone
After school: Talking on the phone

WEEKEND DAYS:
Morning: Talking on the phone
Between Talking on the phone
After dinner: Talking on the phone
hours and minutesNote: This was calculated based on the sum of other questions.Total SB compared to Actigraph accelerometer (r = 0.18, 95% CI:
0.07,0.28)
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Taras et al. QuestionnaireTaras 1989https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27684843-8 years3USA1989NoneNoYesNANR r = 0.80, p<0.001
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