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Herbert W. Marsh


Herbert W. Marsh is with the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University, Strathfield, NSW, Australia; King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and the Department of Education, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom.


Articles:

JSEP
  A Multidimensional Physical Self-concept and Its Relations to Multiple Components of Physical Fitness, (Volume 16, Issue 1, March)
  A Multilevel Approach to Motivational Climate in Physical Education and Sport Settings: An Individual or a Group Level Construct?, (Volume 26, Issue 1, March)
  Age and Gender Effects in Physical Self-Concepts for Adolescent Elite Athletes and Nonathletes: A Multicohort-Multioccassion Design, (Volume 20, Issue 3, September)
  Assessing Multidimensional Physical Activity Motivation: A Construct Validity Study of High School Students, (Volume 28, Issue 2, June)
  Athletic or Antisocial? The Female Sport Experience, (Volume 8, Issue 3, September)
  Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effects on Gymnastics Self-Concept: Social Comparison Processes in a Physical Setting, (Volume 27, Issue 1, March)
  Competitive and Cooperative Physical Fitness Training Programs for Girls: Effects on Physical Fitness and Multidimensional Self-Concepts, (Volume 10, Issue 4, December)
  Construct Validation of Hebrew Versions of Three Physical Self-Concept Measures: An Extended Multitrait-Multimethod Analysis, (Volume 28, Issue 3, September)
  Construct Validity of Physical Self-Description Questionnaire Responses: Relations to External Criteria, (Volume 18, Issue 2, June)
  Development and Validation of a Scale to Measure Optimal Experience: The Flow State Scale, (Volume 18, Issue 1, March)
  Generalizability of the PSDQ and Its Relationship to Physical Fitness: The European French Connection, (Volume 26, Issue 1, March)
  Importance Ratings and Specific Components of Physical Self-concept: Relevance to Predicting Global Components of Self-Concept and Exercise, (Volume 17, Issue 1, March)
  Introducing a Short Version of the Physical Self Description Questionnaire: New Strategies, Short-Form Evaluative Criteria, and Applications of Factor Analyses, (Volume 32, Issue 4, August)
  Multidimensional Self-concepts of Elite Athletes: How Do They Differ From the General Population?, (Volume 17, Issue 1, March)
  Multitrait-Multimethod Analyses of Two Physical Self-Concept Instruments: A Cross-Cultural Perspective, (Volume 24, Issue 2, June)
  Physical Activity: Relations to Field and Technical Indicators of Physical Fitness for Boys and Girls Aged 9-15, (Volume 16, Issue 1, March)
  Physical Fitness Self-concept: Relations of Physical Fitness to Field and Technical Indicators for Boys and Girls Aged 9-15, (Volume 15, Issue 2, June)
  Physical Self-Description Questionnaire: Psychometric Properties and a Multitrait-Multimethod Analysis of Relations to Existing Instruments, (Volume 16, Issue 3, September)
  Psychological Correlates of Flow in Sport, (Volume 20, Issue 4, December)
  School Athletic Participation: Mostly Gain With Little Pain, (Volume 25, Issue 2, June)
  Self-Concept Contributes to Winning Gold Medals: Causal Ordering of Self-Concept and Elite Swimming Performance, (Volume 27, Issue 1, March)
  Sport Motivation Orientations: Beware of Jingle- Jangle Fallacies, (Volume 16, Issue 4, December)
  Testing Measurement Invariance Across Spanish and English Versions of the Physical Self-Description Questionnaire: An Application of Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling, (Volume 36, Issue 2, April)
SSJ
  The Effects of Participation in Sport During the Last Two Years of High School, (Volume 10, Issue 1, March)
JSEP
  The Importance of Being Important: Theoretical Models of Relations Between Specific and Global Components of Physical Self-Concept, (Volume 16, Issue 3, September)


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