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Intra- and inter-instrument reliability of the Actiwatch 4 accelerometer in a mechanical laboratory setting

Bibliographic reference Routen, Ashley ; Upton, Dominic ; Edwards, Martin ; Peters, Derek. Intra- and inter-instrument reliability of the Actiwatch 4 accelerometer in a mechanical laboratory setting. In: Journal of Human Kinetics, Vol. 31, p. 17-24 (2012)
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