Reliability and responsiveness of two physical performance measures examined in the context of a functional training intervention

  • King M
  • Judge J
  • Whipple R
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Background and Purpose. The reliability and responsiveness of 2 physical performance measures were assessed in this nonrandomized, controlled pilot exercise intervention. In this pilot study, the PPT-8 was shown to have good internal consistency as an 8-item scale, with a Cronbach alpha of .785; there was excellent interrater reliability as well (ICC=.96).

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  • 80 & over
  • Aged
  • Analysis of Variance
  • Female
  • Humans
  • Male
  • MeSH
  • Measurement
  • Observer Variation
  • Older people
  • Physical examinations
  • Physical therapy
  • Pilot Projects
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  • Mary B King

  • James O Judge

  • Robert ; Whipple

  • Leslie Wolfson

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