Published on in Vol 5 , No 2 (2017) :February

Authors’ Reply to: Critique of “Physical Activity Assessment Between Consumer- and Research-Grade Accelerometers: A Comparative Study in Free-Living Conditions” – Does Location of the Device Matter?

Authors’ Reply to: Critique of “Physical Activity Assessment Between Consumer- and Research-Grade Accelerometers: A Comparative Study in Free-Living Conditions” – Does Location of the Device Matter?

Authors’ Reply to: Critique of “Physical Activity Assessment Between Consumer- and Research-Grade Accelerometers: A Comparative Study in Free-Living Conditions” – Does Location of the Device Matter?

Gregory M. Dominick 1 , PhD. ;   Kyle N. Winfree 2 , PhD ;   Ryan T. Pohlig 3 , PhD ;   Mia A. Papas 1 , PhD

1 University of Delaware , Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition , University of Delaware , Newark , DE , US

2 Northern Arizona University , Informatics and Computing Program , Northern Arizona University , Flagstaff , AZ , US

3 University of Delaware , Biostatistics Core Facility , University of Delaware , Newark , DE , US

Corresponding Author:

  • Gregory M. Dominick, PhD.
  • University of Delaware
  • Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition
  • University of Delaware
  • 023 Carpenter Sports Building
  • 26 North College Avenue
  • Newark, DE
  • US
  • Phone: 1 302-831-3672
  • Email: gdominic@udel.edu