EPAQExtended Personal Attributes Questionnaire
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The 'sedentary and physical activity' component of the EPAQ was used to explore changes in children's physical activity as a dimension of wellbeing.
Multiple imputation of the EPAQ data was used to address missing values.
Almost three quarters of the parents (n = 187; 72.2 per cent) returned EPAQ surveys at all three timepoints, and 14 per cent did not return any EPAQ surveys.
There were no other significant differences between groups for the remaining EPAQ survey variables.
In fact, it was developed as a consequence of the lack of the psychometric adequacy of the corresponding subscale (F-) of the EPAQ. It has 9 items referring to excessive concern about other's interests (e.g., "I always place the needs of others above my own").
It was predicted that the new measure of UC would be significantly correlated with an established measure (EPAQ).
Although, Fritz and Helgeson (1998) have pointed out this scale has psychometric weaknesses, the EPAQ was included to assess convergent validity since it was the one measure of UC that was not used as a basis for our new measure.
Cronbach alphas for the other scales were all acceptable (Rosenberg Self-esteem = .92, Beck Depression Inventory-II = .93, EPAQ-C subscale = .76) except for the UC subscale for the EPAQ ([alpha] = .53).
However, there were predictable relationships with EPAQ-C and EPAQ-U With both EPAQ subscales, women scored higher than men.
When a JELD-WEN facility knows it will be taking on a new process or project, Olsen said, it submits information electronically into the EPAQ system.