Youth

Affuso (2011)[59]

Acc (ActiGraph)

3 days

SAPAC

Sedentary mins(Q) – sedentary mins(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Pearson r (95 % CI) = 0.18 (0.07;0.28), Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.14 (0.05;0.23)

–

Youth

Allor (2001)[60]

Acc (Caltrac)

2 days

PDPAR

EE(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.76 (P < 0.01)

MD = ~100 kcal/hr (P < 0.01)

 
HR

2 days
 
EE(Q) – EE(HR)

–

Pearson r = 0.50 (P < 0.01)

MD = ~100 kcal/hr

Youth

Corder (2009)[61]

DLW

11 days

YPAQ

1213 yrs: PAEE(Q) – PAEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.09 (P = 0.67)

MD (95 % LoA) = 0.59 ± 6.3 kJ/kg/day

    
1617 yrs: PAEE(Q) – PAEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.46 (P = 0.03)

MD (95 % LoA) = 0.32 ± 4.6 kJ/kg/day

 
Acc (ActiGraph)

11 days
 
1213 yrs: MVPA(Q) – MVPA(Acc)

≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.42 (P = 0.04)

MD (95 % LoA) = 2.01 ± 2.25 min/week

    
1617 yrs: MVPA(Q) – MVPA(Acc)

≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.11 (P = 0.61)

MD (95 % LoA) = 1.38 ± 2.97 min/week

 
DLW

11 days

CPAQ

PAEE(Q) – PAEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.22 (P = 0.28)

MD (95 % LoA) = 0.76 ± 3.1 kJ/kg/day

 
Acc (ActiGraph)

11 days
 
MVPA(Q) – MVPA(Acc)

≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.42 (P = 0.04)

MD (95 % LoA) = 1.63 ± 2.24 min/week

 
DLW

11 days

CHASE

Lifestyle score(Q) – PAEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.45 (P = 0.02)

–

 
Acc (ActiGraph)

11 days
 
Lifestyle score(Q) – MVPA(Acc)

≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.12 (P = 0.57)

–

 
DLW

11 days

SWAPAQ

PAEE(Q) – PAEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.40 (P = 0.04)

MD (95 % LoA) = 0.46 ± 8.5 kJ/kg/day

 
Acc (ActiGraph)

11 days
 
MVPA(Q) – MVPA(Acc)

≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.23 (P = 0.27)

MD (95 % LoA) = 1.03 ± 2.58 min/week

Youth

Eisenmann (2002)[62]

Acc (Caltrac)

1 day

GLTEQ

Total leisure activity score(Q) – counts/hr(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.50

–

Youth

Gwynn (2010)[63]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

MRPARQ

MVPA min/day(Q) – MVPA min/day(Acc)

≥1952 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.37 (P < 0.05), ICC = 0.25 (P < 0.05)

–

Youth

Hagströmer (2008)[56]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQA

Total METmin/day(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.20 (P < 0.01)

–

Youth

Huang (2009)[64]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

CLASS

Boys: VPA min/week(Q) – VPA min/week(Acc)

≥6 METs

Spearman r = 0.29

MD (95 % LoA) = 12.6 ± 47.4 min/week

    
Girls: VPA min/week(Q) – VPA min/week(Acc)

≥6 METs

Spearman r = 0.43 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % LoA) = 12.6 ± 47.4 min/week

    
Boys: MVPA min/week(Q) – MVPA min/week(Acc)

≥3 METs

Spearman r = 0.27

MD (95 % LoA) = −6.2 ± 95.3 min/week

    
Girls: MVPA min/week(Q) – MVPA min/week(Acc)

≥3 METs

Spearman r = 0.48 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % LoA) = −6.2 ± 95.3 min/week

    
Boys: MPA min/week(Q) – MPA min/week(Acc)

35.9 METs

Spearman r = 0.33

MD (95 % LoA) = −18.9 ± 70.4 min/week

    
Girls: MPA min/week(Q) – MPA min/week(Acc)

35.9 METs

Spearman r = 0.29 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % LoA) = −18.9 ± 70.4 min/week

    
Boys: sedentary min/week(Q) – sedentary min/week(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.06

–

    
Girls: sedentary min/week(Q) – sedentary min/week(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.25 (P < 0.05)

–

Youth

Kowalski (1997)[65]

Acc (Caltrac)

7 days

PAQC

PAQC score(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.39 (P < 0.05)

–

Youth

MartinezGomez (2010)[66]

Acc (ActiGraph)

3 days

BAD

Total METmin/day(Q) – total counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.29

–

    
Total METmin/day(Q) – total counts/min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.33

–

Youth

MartinezGomez (2011)[67]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

PAQA

PAQA score(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.39 (P < 0.001)

–

    
PAQA score(Q) – MVPA mins(Acc)

≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.31 (P < 0.001)

–

Youth

Mota (2002)[68]

Acc (ActiGraph)

3 days

WAC

METs/15 min(Q) – counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.30 (P = 0.01)

–

Youth

Ottevaere (2011)[57]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQA

VPA min/day(Q) – VPA min/day(Acc)

≥4000 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.25 (P < 0.01)

MD (95 % LoA) = 13.2 ± 78.2 min/day

    
MVPA min/day(Q) – MVPA min/day(Acc)

≥2000 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.21 (P < 0.01)

–

    
MPA min/day(Q) – MPA min/day(Acc)

20003999 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.15 (P < 0.01)

MD (95 % LoA) = 31.6 ± 105.6 min/day

Youth

Rangul (2008)[69]

Acc (ActiReg)

7 days

HBSC

Frequency(Q) – TEE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.20

–

    
Frequency(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.02

–

    
Duration(Q) – TEE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.23

–

    
Duration(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.01

–

   
IPAQs

VPA min/day(Q) – TEE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.14

–

    
VPA min/day(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.08

–

    
MPA min/day(Q) – TEE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.01

–

    
MPA min/day(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.01

–

    
Walking min/day(Q) – TEE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.24

–

    
Walking min/day(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.43 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Sitting min/day(Q) – TEE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.04

–

    
Sitting min/day(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.29

–

Youth

Scerpella (2002)[70]

Acc (Caltrac)

2x 3 days

GSQ

GodinShephard score(Q) – Caltrac score(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.102 (P = 0.422)

–

Youth

Slinde (2003)[71]

DLW

14 days

MLTPAQ

TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.49 (P < 0.01)

–

   
eMLTPAQ

TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.65 (P < 0.01)

MD (95 % LoA) = 2.8 ± 2.8 MJ/day

    
Sedentary min/day(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.030 (P = 0.86)

–

Youth

Treuth (2004)[72]

Acc (ActiGraph)

3 days

GAQ

Baseline: yesterday GAQ score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.06 (P = 0.42)

–

    
Followup: yesterday GAQ score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.08 (P = 0.28)

–

    
Baseline: usual GAQ score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.12 (P = 0.10)

–

    
Followup: usual GAQ score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.07 (P = 0.36)

–

Youth

Troped (2007)[73]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

YRBS

Total VPA min/day(Q) – total VPA min/day(Acc)

>6 METs

Sensitivity = 0.86, specificity: 0.26

κ = −0.002 – 0.06

    
Total MPA min/day(Q) – total MPA min/day(Acc)

36 METs

Sensitivity = 0.23, specificity: 0.92

κ = −0.05 – 0.03

Youth

Weston (1997)[74]

Acc (Caltrac)

1 day (after school)

PDPAR

TEE(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.77 (P < 0.01)

–

 
HR (Polar)

1 day (after school)
 
EE(Q) – %HRR(HR)

–

Pearson r = 0.53 (P < 0.01)

–

Adults

Ainsworth (1999)[87]

Acc (Caltrac)

7 days

TOQ

MPA METmin/week(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.34 (P < 0.05)

–

   
7DRO

7DR scores(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Low correlations (P > 0.05)

–

Adults

Bassett (2000)[101]

Ped (Yamax)

7 days

CAQ

Men: distance(Q) – distance(Ped)

–

r = 0.346 (P = 0.02)

–

    
Women: distance(Q) – distance(Ped)

–

r = 0.481 (P = 0.001)

–

Adults

Brown (2008)[88]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

AAS

Frequency/week(Q) – frequency(Acc)

≥3 METs, ≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.48 (P = 0.001)

–

    
Total min/week(Q) – MVPA(Acc)

≥3 METs, ≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.52 (P < 0.001)

–

    
Total min/week(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.23 (P = 0.14)

–

Adults

Bull (2009)[58]

Acc (MTI)

> 7 days

GPAQ

China: VPA(Q) – mean VPA counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.23 (P < 0.05)

–

    
South Africa: VPA(Q) – mean VPA counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.26 (P < 0.05)

–

    
China: MPA(Q) – mean MPA counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.23 (P < 0.05)

–

    
South Africa: MPA(Q) – mean MPA counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.03

–

    
China: sedentary min/day(Q) – mean sedentary counts/day(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.40 (P < 0.05)

–

    
South Africa: sedentary min/day(Q) – mean sedentary counts/day(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = −0.02

–

Adults

Conway (2002)[94]

DLW

14 days

7DPAR

TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

R^{2} = 0.10

MD (±SEM) = 0.91 ± 0.42 (7.9 ± 3.2 %) MJ/day

   
S7DR

TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

R^{2} = 0.14

MD (±SEM) = 4.14 ± 1.36 (30.6 ± 9.9 %) MJ/day

Adults

Cust (2008)[102]

Acc (ActiGraph)

3x 7 days

EPAQ

Total METhr/week(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

≥574 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.21 (0.07;0.35), P < 0.01

–

    
Total PA index(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

≥574 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.29 (0.15;0.42), P < 0.0001

–

    
Cambridge PA index(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

≥574 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.32 (0.19;0.45), P < 0.0001

–

Adults

Cust (2009)[103]

Acc (ActiGraph)

3x 7 days

EPAQ

High confidence: total PA index(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

≥574 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.37 (0.17;0.54)

–

    
Low confidence: total PA index(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

≥574 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.22 (0.02;0.41)

–

    
High confidence: Cambridge PA index(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

≥574 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.30 (0.10;0.48)

–

    
Low confidence: Cambridge PA index(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

≥574 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.35 (0.15;0.52)

–

   
IPAQs

High confidence: total METhr/week(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

≥574 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.26 (0.04;0.45)

–

    
Low confidence: total METhr/week(Q) – total METhr/week(Acc)

≥574 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.27 (0.07;0.46)

–

    
High confidence: sitting hr/day(Q) – sedentary(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.36 (0.18;0.52)

–

    
Low confidence: sitting hr/day(Q) – sedentary(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.45 (0.25;0.62)

–

Adults

Duncan (2001)[104]

HR (Polar)

1 weekday

7DPAR

Very hard activity(Q) – very hard activity(HR)

≥ 85 % HRR

–

MD = 0.00 hours

    
Hard activity(Q) – hard activity(HR)

6084 % HRR

–

MD = 0.02 hours

    
Moderate activity(Q) – moderate activity(HR)

4559 % HRR

–

MD = 0.21 hours

Adults

Ekelund (2006)[95]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQs

Total METmin/day(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.34 (P < 0.001)

MD (95 % CI) = −25.9 (−172;120) min/day, P < 0.001

    
Sitting(Q) – sedentary min/day(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.16 (P < 0.05)

–

Adults

Gauthier (2009)[105]

Ped (Yamax)

7 days

IPAQSALVCF

Walking(Q) – step counts(Ped)

–

Pearson r = 0.493 (P < 0.005)

–

Adults

Hagströmer (2006)[106]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQ

Total METhr/week(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.55 (P < 0.001)

MD (95 % LoA) = 1.0 ± 16.7 hr/week

    
Sitting hr/week(Q) – inactivity hr/week(Acc)

<101 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.17

–

Adults

Hagströmer (2010)[107]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQ

Total min/day(Q) – total min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.28 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Total METmin/day(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.30 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Sitting min/day(Q) – sitting min/day(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.23 (P < 0.01)

MD (±SD) = 130 ± 207 min/day, P < 0.001, R^{2} = 0.50

Adults

Hallal (2010)[108]

Acc (ActiGraph)

4 days

IPAQ

Total score(Q) – total score(Acc)

≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.22

–

Adults

InterAct Consortium (2011)[51]

Acc + HR (Actiheart)

≥ 4 days

EPAQs

Total PA index(Q) – PAEE(Acc + HR)

–

Pearson r (95 % CI) = 0.14 (0.04;0.24), P = 0.000

–

    
Cambridge index(Q) – PAEE(Acc + HR)

–

Pearson r (95 % CI) = 0.33 (0.28;0.38), P = 0.118

–

    
Recreational index(Q) – PAEE(Acc + HR)

–

Pearson r (95 % CI) = 0.22 (0.16;0.28), P = 0.042

–

Adults

Jacobi (2009)[109]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

MAQ

Total METhr/week(Q) – total counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.18 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Sedentary hr/week(Q) – sedentary hr/week(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.14 (P < 0.1)

–

Adults

Kurtze (2008)[54]

Acc (ActiReg)

7 days

IPAQs

Total METmin/week(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.26 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % LoA) = −433 ± 2038 min/week

    
Total METmin/week(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.29 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Sitting hr/day(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.25 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Sitting hr/day(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.35 (P < 0.01)

–

Adults

Lee (2011)[98]

Acc (ActiGraph)

4 days

IPAQs

Total METmin/week(Q) – total METmin/week(Acc)

–

Spearman r (±SE) = 0.11 ± 0.03, P < 0.001

MD (±SE) = 2966.3 ± 140.1 METmin/week, P < 0.001

    
Total METmin/week(Q) – total counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r (±SE) = 0.16 ± 0.03, P < 0.001

–

Adults

MacFarlane (2007)[99]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQs

Total min/week(Q) – total MVPA min/week(Acc)

≥1952 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.09 (P = 0.52)

R^{2} = 0.78, slope = 1.59 (P < 0.01); %bias = −102, %LoA = 176

Adults

MacFarlane (2010)[110]

Acc (ActiTrainer)

7 days

IPAQLC

Total METmin/day(Q) – total METmin/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.35 (P = 0.001)

MD (95 % LoA) = −21.6 ± 575.5 METmin/day, P = 0.643

Adults

Mahabir (2006)[89]

DLW

–

HAQ

EE(Q) – EE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.36 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % LoA) = 1782.5 ± 2237.4 kcal/day

   
FCPQ

EE(Q) – EE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.47 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % LoA) = 732.8 ± 2126.7 kcal/day

   
CAPS4WR

EE(Q) – EE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.16

MD (95 % LoA) = 1765.8 ± 8973.7 kcal/day

   
CAPSTWR

EE(Q) – EE(DLW)

–

Spearman r = 0.15

MD (95 % LoA) = −413.4 ± 2958.6 kcal/day

Adults

Matton (2007)[111]

Acc (RT3)

7 days

FPACQ

Employed/unemployed men: total EE(Q) – total EE(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.80 (P < 0.001)

ttest = 9.02 (P < 0.001)

    
Employed/unemployed women: total EE(Q) – total EE(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.65 (P < 0.001)

ttest = 10.18 (P < 0.001)

    
Retired men: total EE(Q) – total EE(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.55 (P < 0.01)

ttest = 11.48 (P < 0.001)

    
Retired women: total EE(Q) – total EE(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.85 (P < 0.001)

ttest = 10.79 (P < 0.001)

    
Employed/unemployed men: PAL(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.56 (P < 0.01)

ttest = 9.87 (P < 0.001)

    
Employed/unemployed women: PAL(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.44 (P < 0.05)

ttest = 11.68 (P < 0.001)

    
Retired men: PAL(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.39 (P < 0.05)

ttest = 11.91 (P < 0.001)

    
Retired women: PAL(Q) – PAL(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.50 (P < 0.05)

ttest = 13.93 (P < 0.001)

    
Employed/unemployed men: TV hr/week(Q) – TV hr/week(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.69 (P < 0.001)

ttest = −0.75

    
Employed/unemployed women: TV hr/week(Q) – TV hr/week(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.83 (P < 0.001)

ttest = −3.32 (P < 0.01)

    
Retired men: TV hr/week(Q) – TV hr/week(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.78 (P < 0.001)

ttest = −3.98 (P < 0.001)

    
Retired women: TV hr/week(Q) – TV hr/week(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.80 (P < 0.001)

ttest = −2.41 (P < 0.05)

Adults

Nang (2011)[55]

Acc (Actical)

5 days

IPAQ

VPA(Q) – VPA(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.18 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % CI) = 139 (82;196) kcal/day

    
MPA(Q) – MPA(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.13

MD (95 % CI) = −169 (−236;90) kcal/day

   
SP2PAQ

VPA(Q) – VPA(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.42 (P < 0.0001)

MD (95 % CI) = 81 (47;116) kcal/day

    
MPA(Q) – MPA(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.24 (P < 0.05)

MD (95 % CI) = −196 (−295;97) kcal/day

Adults

Nicaise (2011)[90]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQ

VPA(Q) – VPA(Acc)

≥5725 counts/min

Pearson r = −0.01

–

    
MPA(Q) – MPA(Acc)

19525724 counts/min

Pearson r = 0.08

–

    
Walking(Q) – steps(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.07

–

    
Weekday: sitting(Q) – light PA(Acc)

≤1951 counts/min

Pearson r = −0.17

–

    
Weekend: sitting(Q) – light PA(Acc)

≤1951 counts/min

Pearson r = −0.08

–

Adults

PetteeGabriel (2009)[91]

Acc (ActiGraph)

≥ 4 days

PMMAQ

Total METhr/week(Q) – total counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.60 (P < 0.0001)

–

    
Total METhr/week(Q) – mean counts/min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.59 (P < 0.0001)

–

   
PWMAQ

Total METhr/week(Q) – total counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.60 (P < 0.0001)

–

    
Total METhr/week(Q) – mean counts/min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.56 (P < 0.0001)

–

   
NHSPAQ

Total METhr/week(Q) – total counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.46 (P < 0.001)

–

    
Total METhr/week(Q) – mean counts/min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.42 (P < 0.001)

–

   
AAS

Total min/day(Q) – total counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.46 (P < 0.001)

–

    
Total min/day(Q) – mean counts/min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.50 (P < 0.0001)

–

   
WHIPAQ

Total METhr/week(Q) – total counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.47 (P < 0.001)

–

    
Total METhr/week(Q) – mean counts/min/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.45 (P < 0.001)

–

Adults

Philippaerts (1999)[96]

DLW

14 days

BAQ

Total activity index(Q) – ADMR(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.68 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Total activity index(Q) – PAL(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.69 (P < 0.001)

–

   
FCPQ

7 day index(Q) – ADMR(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.61 (P < 0.01)

–

    
7 day index(Q) – PAL(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.34

–

   
TCQ

TEE(Q) – ADMR(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.63 (P < 0.01)

–

    
TEE(Q) – PAL(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.64 (P < 0.01)

–

Adults

Philippaerts (2001)[97]

Acc (Tracmor)

4 days

BAQ

Total activity index(Q) – mean counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.47 (P < 0.001)

–

   
TCQ

TEE(Q) – mean counts(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.22

–

Adults

Richardson (2001)[100]

Acc (Caltrac)

14x 2 days

S7DR

Men, visit 10: total METmin/day(Q) – total METmin/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.54 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Men, visit 11: total METmin/day(Q) – total METmin/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.45 (P < 0.05)

–

    
Women, visit 10: total METmin/day(Q) – total METmin/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.20

–

    
Women, visit 11: total METmin/day(Q) – total METmin/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.06

–

Adults

Saglam (2010)[112]

Acc (Caltrac)

4 days

IPAQ

Total METmin/week(Q) – TEE(Acc)

–

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.29 (0.05;0.47), P = 0.009

–

   
IPAQs

Total METmin/week(Q) – TEE(Acc)

–

Spearman r (95 % CI) = 0.30 (0.07;0.49), P = 0.008

–

Adults

Schmidt (2006)[92]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

KPASmod

Total activity score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.52

–

    
Weighted activity score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.59

–

Adults

Smitherman (2009)[113]

Acc (ActiGraph)

1 day

JPAC

JPAC total score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.24 (P < 0.0001)

–

Adults

Staten (2001)[93]

DLW

8 days

AAFQ

TEEic(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.40 (P < 0.001)

MD = 1935 kJ/day

    
TEEmif(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.45 (P < 0.001)

MD = 697 kJ/day

    
TEEmet(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.58 (P < 0.001)

MD = 3595 kJ/day

Adults

Strath (2004)[114]

Acc + HR (ActiGraph + Polar)

7 days

CAQPAI

METmin/week(Q) – METmin/week(Acc + HR)

–

Spearman r = 0.35

–

Adults

Trinh (2009)[115]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

GPAQ

Dry season: GPAQ total score(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.33

MD (95 % LoA) = 2.6 (0.03;224)

    
Wet season: GPAQ total score(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.19

MD (95 % LoA) = 2.6 (0.03;224)

    
Dry season: sedentary time(Q) – sedentary time(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.22

–

    
Wet season: sedentary time(Q) – sedentary time(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.31

–

Adults

Washburn (2003)[116]

DLW

14 days

S7DR

TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.58 (P < 0.01)

MD (95 % LoA) = −96 ± 4161 kJ/day

    
PAEE(Q) – PAEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.12

MD (95 % LoA) = −222 ± 4144 kJ/day

Adults

Wolin (2008)[117]

Acc (Actical)

6 days

IPAQs

1min bout: METmin/week(Q) – counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.36 (P < 0.001)

κ (95 % CI) = 0.21 (−0.04;0.47)

    
10min bout: METmin/week(Q) – counts/day(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.26 (P = 0.002)

κ (95 % CI) = 0.04 (0.01;0.06)

Elderly

Bonnefoy (2001)[75]

DLW

14 days

MLTPAQ

Total activity(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.23, Spearman r = 0.17

–

   
YPAS

Summary index(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.11, Spearman r = 0.10

–

   
BAQmod

Questionnaire score(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.21, Spearman r = 0.28

–

   
CAQ

Total activity(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.39, Spearman r = 0.37

–

   
7DR

Total activity(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.37, Spearman r = 0.51 (P < 0.05)

–

   
DQmod

Total score(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.21, Spearman r = 0.34

–

   
LRC

Enhanced LRC score(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.33, Spearman r = 0.29

–

   
SUA

MPA(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.65 (P < 0.05), Spearman r = 0.46

–

    
VPA(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.63 (P < 0.05), Spearman r = 0.64 (P < 0.05)

–

   
PASE

Total score(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.28, Spearman r = 0.23

–

   
QAPSE

Mean habitual DEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

Pearson r = 0.32, Spearman r = 0.25

–

Elderly

De Abajo (2001)[76]

Acc (Caltrac)

3 days

YPAS

Total hr/week(Q) – activity units/day(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.20 (P = 0.049)

–

    
TEE(Q) – activity units/day(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.23 (P = 0.022)

–

    
YPAS summary index(Q) – activity units/day(Acc)

–

Pearson r = 0.24 (P = 0.018)

–

    
Sitting(Q) – activity units/day(Acc)

–

Pearson r = −0.06 (P = 0.54)

–

Elderly

Dinger (2004)[77]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

PASE

Total PASE score(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.43 (P = 0.001)

–

Elderly

Dubbert (2004)[78]

Acc (Tritrac R3D)

3 days

7DPAR

TEE(Q) – counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.49 (P < 0.01)

–

Elderly

Giles (2009)[79]

Ped (Yamax)

7 days

CHAMPSMMSCV

Volume T1: walking(Q) – step counts(Ped)

–

Spearman r = 0.40 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Frequency T1: walking(Q) – step counts(Ped)

–

Spearman r = 0.57 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Volume T2: walking(Q) – step counts(Ped)

–

Spearman r = 0.53 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Frequency T2: walking(Q) – step counts(Ped)

–

Spearman r = 0.60 (P < 0.01)

–

Elderly

Hagiwara (2008)[80]

Acc (Kenz Lifecorder)

3 days

PASE

Total PASE score(Q) – EE(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.16 (P = 0.02)

–

    
Total PASE score(Q) – walking steps(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.17 (P = 0.01)

–

Elderly

Harada (2001)[81]

ML (MiniMitter)

7 days

CHAMPS

EE(Q) – ankle counts(ML)

–

Pearson r = 0.36 (P < 0.01)

–

    
EE(Q) – waist counts(ML)

–

Pearson r = 0.42 (P < 0.001)

–

   
PASE

Total PASE score(Q) – ankle counts(ML)

–

Pearson r = 0.59 (P < 0.001)

–

    
Total PASE score(Q) – waist counts(ML)

–

Pearson r = 0.52 (P < 0.001)

–

   
YPAS

EE(Q) – ankle counts(ML)

–

Pearson r = 0.46 (P < 0.001)

–

    
EE(Q) – waist counts(ML)

–

Pearson r = 0.61 (P < 0.001)

–

Elderly

HurtigWennlöf (2010)[82]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQE

Walking + MPA min/day(Q) – mean counts/min(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.347 (P < 0.01)

κ (95 % CI) = 0.448 (0.18;0.72), P < 0.001

    
VPA min/day(Q) – VPA counts/min(Acc)

>4944 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.369 (P < 0.01)

–

    
MPA min/day(Q) – MPA counts/min(Acc)

7604944 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.396 (P < 0.01)

–

    
Sitting min/day(Q) – sitting counts/min(Acc)

<100 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.277 (P < 0.05)

–

Elderly

KolbeAlexander (2006)[83]

Acc (ActiGraph)

7 days

IPAQs

Men: vigorous METmin/week(Q) – high counts(Acc)

≥5725 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.43 (P = 0.05)

–

    
Women: vigorous METmin/week(Q) – high counts(Acc)

≥5725 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.05

–

    
Men: moderate METmin/week(Q) – moderate min(Acc)

19525724 counts/min

Spearman r = 0.31 (P = 0.004)

–

    
Women: moderate METmin/week(Q) – moderate min(Acc)

19525724 counts/min

Spearman r = −0.09

–

    
Men: walking METmin/week(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.57 (P = 0.00007)

–

    
Women: walking METmin/week(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.42 (P = 0.006)

–

    
Men: sitting METmin/week(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.40 (P = 0.001)

–

    
Women: sitting METmin/week(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = −0.35 (P = 0.005)

–

   
YPAS

Men: total METmin/week(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.54 (P = 0.0002)

–

    
Women: total METmin/week(Q) – total counts(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.13

–

Elderly

Starling (1999)[84]

DLW

10 day

MLTPAQ

Men: TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

–

MD (95 % LoA) = 752 ± 972 kcal/day

    
Women: TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

–

MD (95 % LoA) = 487 ± 698 kcal/day

   
YPAS

Men: TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

–

MD (95 % LoA) = 104 ± 1414 kcal/day

    
Women: TEE(Q) – TEE(DLW)

–

–

MD (95 % LoA) = 9 ± 972 kcal/day

Elderly

Tomioka (2011)[85]

Acc (Kenz Lifecorder)

2 weeks

IPAQs

Young old men: METmin/week(Q) – METmin/week(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.42 (P < 0.01)

κ (95 % CI) = 0.49 (0.34;0.64)

    
Young old women: METmin/week(Q) – METmin/week(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.49 (P < 0.01)

κ (95 % CI) = 0.39 (0.22;0.56)

    
Old old men: METmin/week(Q) – METmin/week(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.53 (P < 0.01)

κ (95 % CI) = 0.46 (0.29;0.63)

    
Old old women: METmin/week(Q) – METmin/week(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.49 (P < 0.01)

κ (95 % CI) = 0.47 (0.28;0.66)

Elderly

Washburn (1999)[86]

Acc (ActiGraph)

3 days

PASE

Total PASE score(Q) – mean counts/5 min epoch(Acc)

–

Spearman r = 0.49 (P < 0.05)

–

      
Median Spearman r = 0.30 (youth: 0.25, adults: 0.30, elderly: 0.40)
 
      
Median Pearson r = 0.39 (youth: 0.38, adults: 0.46, elderly: 0.345)
 