LTEQ

AcronymDefinition
LTEQLeisure Time Exercise Questionnaire
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Variables Regressor Response (Energy) 1 WBE, CHW, HW DBT, LTEQ 2 WBE, HW DBT, LTEQ 3 WBE DBT * S--Synthetic data from detailed simulation program; C--Detailed simulation model predictions calibrated against few months of monitored data; A--Actual monitored data.
Therefore, for this study, only those individuals reporting a minimum of five bouts of moderate or strenuous exercise on the LTEQ were selected.
Separate 2 (Sex: male, female) X 3 (Stage: maintenance, 5-10 year terminators, > 10 year terminators) analysis of variance (ANOVA) were conducted for the dependant variables of Barriers-efficacy Scale, BMI, and the mild, moderate, and strenuous subscales of the LTEQ.
Since there is no information available regarding the LTEQ loads of the building, only utility bills have been used for predicting the performance of the building.
2]) (2009 Data) No Variables Response (Energy) Regressor 1 WBE, CHW, HW DBT, LTEQ 2 WBE, HW DBT, LTEQ 3 WBE DBT * S = synthetic data from detailed simulation program, C = detailed simulation model predictions calibrated against few months of monitored data, A = actual monitored data Table 2.
The packet contained the AGQ, LTEQ, PRETIE-Q, and questions to obtain sex and age.
The LTEQ (Godin & Shepard, 1985) was used to assess participants' exercise behavior.
The packet contained the GOES, PPA, NEO-FFI, LTEQ, and questions to obtain gender and age.
All of the variables were considered to be approximately normal, with the exception of LTEQ #2 (Godin & Shephard, 1985) which was positively skewed, exhibiting a ceiling effect.
The LTEQ is a self-report measure of strenuous, moderate, and mild exercise over the course of 1 week (Godin & Shephard, 1985).