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Leilani A. Madrigal, Vincenzo Roma, Todd Caze, Arthur Maerlender and Debra Hope

on limitations in previous studies of age, English speaking populations, and variance of sport, the current study aimed to further examine the psychometric properties the SAS-2, with former athletes from diverse sporting experience. Consistent with other aspects of anxiety, there are gender

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Laura E. Juliff, Jeremiah J. Peiffer and Shona L. Halson

, adrenaline, noradrenaline, core temperature, and psychometric measures) following a night game and a time-matched control day in elite netballers. Methods Participants Twelve Australian netball athletes (mean [SD]: age = 19.2 [0.9] y, height = 184.1 [6.9] cm, and body mass = 72.8 [5.2] kg) volunteered to

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Zachary Zenko and Panteleimon Ekkekakis

wide range of apparently disparate measures precludes “strong conclusions about effect sizes” and “conclusive summative work” (p. 403). Conroy and Berry ( 2017 ) also urged psychometric scrutiny, noting that “psychometric work within the physical activity domain is needed to establish what implicit

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Saurabh Sharma and M. Ejaz Hussain

psychometric scrutiny. 11 – 14 The choice of SPADI as a tool for evaluation in this study was based on the following three points: scale accessibility, client and therapist accommodation (not difficult for client to comprehend/fill out, requires low administrative load from therapist), and psychometric

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Ka-Man Leung, Pak-Kwong Chung, Tin-Lok Yuen, Jing Dong Liu and Donggen Wang

( 2013 ) did not conduct psychometric tests or examine the factor-analytic properties of the SEQ; therefore, its validity and reliability have remained questionable. Because of the need for valid and reliable measures of SE, this study examined the psychometric properties of the SEQ among older adults in

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Ali Brian, Sally Taunton, Lauren J. Lieberman, Pamela Haibach-Beach, John Foley and Sara Santarossa

visual impairments. Our results revealed that the TGMD-3 demonstrated strong internal consistency and interrater reliability speaking to its reliability for children and adolescents aged 3–18 years with visual impairments. Moreover, our results revealed very strong psychometric properties for both the

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Pak-Kwong Chung and Ka-Man Leung

( McArthur & Raedeke, 2009 ; Raedeke, 2007 ), but its psychometric properties have yet to be investigated. The PACES was not used with older adults until 2011, when Mullen et al. ( 2011 ) validated an eight-item PACES for a sample of older adults. A novel eight-item PACES was developed, and the results of

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Farzad Mohammadi, Abbas Bahram, Hasan Khalaji, Dale A. Ulrich and Farhad Ghadiri

Measurement in Education [NCME], 2014 ). The Test of Gross Motor Development–3rd Edition (TGMD-3) is the latest version of the TGMD (1985) and the TGMD-2nd Edition (TGMD-2; 2000). In this version, some changes were made in order to establish a higher psychometric quality, compared to the TGMD-2. The title of

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Chunxiao Li, Lijuan Wang, Martin E. Block, Raymond K.W. Sum and Yandan Wu

, 2010 ). Since the development and validation of the PESEISD-A, it has been applied in empirical studies to measure GPE teachers’ self-efficacy toward including students’ with ASD (e.g., Taliaferro & Harris, 2014 ; Taliaferro et al., 2015 ). Psychometric properties of the PESEISD-A still need further

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Panteleimon Ekkekakis, Eric E. Hall and Steven J. Petruzzello

Individuals differ in the intensity of exercise they prefer and the intensity they can tolerate. The purpose of this project was to develop a measure of individual differences in the preference for and tolerance of exercise intensity. The steps involved in (a) item generation and face validation, (b) exploratory factor analysis and item selection, (c) structural validation, (d) examination of the internal consistency and test-retest reliability, (e) concurrent validation, and (f) construct validation are described. The Preference for and Tolerance of the Intensity of Exercise Questionnaire (PRETIE-Q) is a 16-item, 2-factor measure that exhibits acceptable psychometric properties and can be used in research aimed at understanding individual differences in responses to exercise and thus the psychological processes involved in the public health problem of exercise dropout.