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ERIC Number: EJ1212854
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2019
Pages: 17
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: ISSN-1091-367X
Concurrent Validity and Reliability of Alternative Computer Game for the Coincidence-Anticipation Timing Task
Crocetta, Tânia Brusque; Guarnieri, Regiani; Massetti, Thaís; da Silva, Talita Dias; de Almeida Barbosa, Renata Thaís; Ferreira de Lima Antão, Jennifer Yohanna; de Abreu, Luiz Carlos; Monteiro, Carlos Bandeira de Mello
Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, v23 n2 p169-185 2019
The coincidence-anticipation timing (CAT) task assesses one facet of cognitive and motor performance and is used to understand the human visuo-motor system involved in intercepting the moving object. To assess the test-retest reliability and the concurrent validity in the "Bridge Games" package (Bridge) developed to assess the CAT task, the scores of 224 healthy subjects (M = 52.2, SD = 19.5 years old) were measured using the Bridge and the 'gold standard' Bassin Anticipation Timer (Bassin). A mean block of absolute, constant, and variable errors was calculated. Reliability and validity were expressed using intraclass correlation coefficients (ICC[subscript 2,k]), standard error of measurement, minimal detectable change, and Pearson's correlation. Reliability was good to excellent for all blocks (0.73 = ICC = 0.88), and the validity was good to excellent when compared using Pearson's correlation coefficient, suggesting that the two tests may have similar properties. Bridge is an alternative to existing clinical tests for the CAT task.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Brazil