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Table 1 Characteristic of studies included in the meta-analysis

From: Single parent status and children’s objectively measured level of physical activity

Studies n Response rate (%) Sampling strategy Age Percentage of single-parent families (%) Publication status
Bagley et al. [27] 1215 35 STRS 7 and 11 13 Published
Bradley et al. [28] 1364 28 I/N 9 I/N Published
Hesketh et al. [5] 2458 40 SRS 6 and 11 16 Published
Sallis et al. [30] 200 66 STRS 6 to 18 I/N Published
Sallis et al. [29] 732 53 RA 10 22 Published
Sallis et al. [9] 297 40 I/N 9 13 Published
CoSCIS, Eiberg Hansen et al. [22] 411 52 CS 9 18 Unpublished
Riddoch et al. [20], EYHS Denmark, first cohort 1019 75 CRS 12 20 Unpublished
McMinn et al. [26], EYHS Denmark, second cohort 419 65 CRS 9 22 Unpublished
EYHS Estonia 1122 76 CRS 13 24 Unpublished
Riddoch et al. [20], EYHS Norway 754 75 CRS 12 21 Unpublished
Riddoch et al. [20], EYHS Portugal 1168 73 CRS 13 20 Unpublished
Total (%) 11,159 53 19
  1. SRS simple random sample, STRS stratified random sample, RA random allocation as part of an intervention, CS convenience sample, CRS cluster randomized sample, I/N insufficient or no information