Baecke questionnaire

Baecke questionnaire

A survey of habitual physical activity (e.g., sport), ranging from 1 (lowest activity) to 5 (highest activity), which is used in epidemiological studies.

Baecke questionnaire

A survey of habitual physical–eg, sports-activity, ranging from 1–lowest activity to 5—highest activity, which is used in epidemiological studies
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Validity and reliability of Baecke questionnaire in physical activities measurement are assessed in both healthy and ill subjects (10,13,21,26,27).
The Baecke questionnaire, however, is a useful instrument which can assess a person's long period of physical activities (the previous year) and can be used for both healthy and ill people.
The Baecke questionnaire is a tool that evaluates individual's habitual physical activities over the previous 12 months.
Initially, based on the standardized cross-cultural translation guidelines project (30), the English version of the Baecke questionnaire was translated into Persian.
For the purpose of validation, the Persian version of the Baecke questionnaire was administered to 126 healthy subjects.
Also, Pearson correlation coefficient was computed to compare Baecke and IPAQ scores so as to examine the validity of the Baecke questionnaire.
As shown in Table 2, the Persian version of Baecke questionnaire enjoys sound reliability indices in test-retest measurements (ICC > 0.
The level of habitual physical activity was measured by the Baecke Questionnaire, which all was rated as sedentary.
Validation and reliability of the Baecke questionnaire for the evaluation of habitual physical activity in adult men.
Data regarding leisure time activities (walking, cycling, and TV watching) were also collected according to the Baecke questionnaire (11).
2003) Validation and reliability of the Baecke questionnaire for the evaluation of habitual physical activity in adult men.
The Baecke questionnaire (Baecke, Burema, & Frijters, 1982) was used to measure work, sport, and leisure activity.