Table 3

Methodological quality rating of the included studies sorted by quality score

Criteria
First author (year)ABCDEFGHIJQuality score (%)
Taylor (2009)52011111101180
Ball (2009)47001111111180
Ball (2005)35011111010170
Bélanger (2009)37011110011170
Carrière (2005)381110.500.50??11170
Hesketh (2007)4501111??11170
Mattocks (2008)401?1??1111170
Pagani (2010)361110.330.33??11167
Knowles (2009)41?1100.501011165
Raustorp (2007)51101??1110160
Ziviani (2008)46??1111100160
Dowda (2007)29?010.330.33??11147
Madsen (2009)210110.250.25?001145
Bois (2005)48??110.330001143
Dishman (2009)30?01????11140
Iannotti (2005)31011??0001140
van Jaarsveld (2007)42??10???11140
Davison (2005)27?11????01140
Murdey (2005)43??10.500.50??01140
Taveras (2007)32001????11140
Kahn (2008)33011????0?130
Luszczynska (2010, c1)22?10????01130
Luszczynska (2010, c2)22?00????11130
Motl (2005)34001000001130
Raudsepp (2010)50??1??0001130
Rhodes (2006)23010????01130
Crocker (2006)39?01000001125
de Bruijn (2006)49?00????01120
Dombrowski (2009)44?00??0001120
Hagger (2007)53?00????01120
Martin (2007)28??0????01120
  • A, participation rate baseline ≥80%; B, participation at follow-up ≥80%; C, follow-up at least 1 year; D, determinants measured with reliable tool; E, determinants measured with valid tool; F, physical activity/sedentary behaviour measured with reliable tool; G, physical activity/sedentary behaviour measured with valid tool; H, data presented with CI; I, controlled for confounding; J, number of samples at least 10 times number of independent variables.