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Table 1 Characteristics of the included studies

From: Systematic review on measurement properties of questionnaires assessing the neighbourhood environment in the context of youth physical activity behaviour

Source n Age Distribution of sex (% male) Administrator Country Setting Sampling
Dunton et al. [37] 87 47a 15.02 ± 0.72 0 adol USA intervention studyd n.a.
Durant et al. [38] 187adol 171padol 116pchn 12-18adol 5-11chn 40.5adol/46.8adol 47.8chn adol, p USA community convenience sample
Dwyer et al. [45] 95 3.8 ± 0.74 53 p Australia school, hospital, university convenience sample
Erwin [39] 64 10.27 ± 0.74 31 chn USA elementary school cluster sample
Evenson et al. [40] 610 480b 10-15 0 adol USA school cluster sample
Forman et al. [41] 187adol 287p 162a 12.0 ± 3.6 48 adol, p USA community convenience sample
14.7 ± 1.7
Huang et al. [46] 303 160b 11.1 ± 0.9 47.2 chn Hong Kong primary school cluster sample
Hume et al. [44] 39 11.1 ± 0.7 54 chn Australia school class cluster sample
McMinn et al. [35] 24c 4 70.8c p GB community n.a.
389 49.8
Norman et al. [42] 76 13 ±1.1 45 adol USA after school programms convenience sample
Ommundsen et al. [43] 3958 9.65 ± 0.42chn 47.4 chn, adol Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Estonia school two stage cluster sample
15.49 ± 0.50adol
Pirasteh et al. [47] 545 93b 15.74 ± 0.77 0 adol Iran school cluster sample
Rosenberg et al. [36] 171adol 171padol, a 116pchn 14.6adol 8.3chn 49.3adol 47.8chn adol, p USA community convenience sample
  1. Note: adol, adolescents; chn, children; p, parents; padol, parents of adolescents; pchn, parents of children; a Inter-Rater Reliability; b Test-Retest Reliability; c criterion validity study; d adolescents minimally active.