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See detailA short german physical-self-concept questionaire for elementary school children (PSCQ-C): Factorial validity and measurement invariance across gender.
Lohbeck, Annette; Tietjens, Maike; Bund, Andreas UL

in Journal of Sport Sciences (2016)

Research on children’s physical self-concept (PSC) is increasingly recognised as an important field ofpsychology. However, there is a lack of instruments suitable for younger children at elementary school ... [more ▼]

Research on children’s physical self-concept (PSC) is increasingly recognised as an important field ofpsychology. However, there is a lack of instruments suitable for younger children at elementary school age. In the present study, a short German 21-item Physical Self-Concept-Questionnaire for children (PSCQ-C) was tested measuring seven specific facets of elementary school children’s PSC (strength, endurance, speed, flexibility, coordination, physical appearance, global sport competence). A number of 770 elementary school children aged 8–12 years completed the PSCQ-C. Results showed good psychometric properties and high reliabilities of the seven scales. Confirmatory factor analysis revealed that the presumed 7-factor model fitted the data best compared to a global 1- and 2-factor model. Also, full measurement invariance was strongly established. Correlations among the seven scales were mainly moderate. Gender differences were suggestive of developmental trends that are consistent with prior studies. These results provide support that the PSCQ-C is a confidential instrument with sound psychometric properties measuring seven specific facets of elementary school children’s PSC. [less ▲]

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See detailPhysical self-concept and physical activity enjoyment in elementary school children
Lohbeck, Annette; Tietjens, Maike; Bund, Andreas UL

in Early Child Development and Care (2016)

The present study examined gender differences and relationships of seven specific domains of physical self-concept (PSC) (Strength, Endurance, Speed, Flexibility, Coordination, Global Sport Competence ... [more ▼]

The present study examined gender differences and relationships of seven specific domains of physical self-concept (PSC) (Strength, Endurance, Speed, Flexibility, Coordination, Global Sport Competence, and Appearance) and physical activity enjoyment (PAE) in 447 elementary school children by self-report questionnaires. Boys reported higher self-concepts of Strength, Endurance, Speed, Coordination, and Global Sport Competence than girls. Conversely, girls showed higher self-concepts of Flexibility than boys. Moreover, all seven specific domains of children's PSC and PAE were positively interrelated and children's self-concepts of Endurance and Global Sport Competence predicted their PAE. Implications for physical education targeting to enhance children's PSC and PAE are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailDas physische Selbstkonzept, die individuell präferierte Bezugsnormorientierung und die Zielorientierung bei Grundschulkindern der zweiten und vierten Jahrgangsstufe
Lohbeck, Annette; Tietjens, Maike; Bund, Andreas UL

in Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie (2014), 21(1), 1-12

This study of 365 second and fourth graders examines the differences in physical self-concept (PSK), individually preferred reference norm orientation (BNO), and goal orientation in respect to age, gender ... [more ▼]

This study of 365 second and fourth graders examines the differences in physical self-concept (PSK), individually preferred reference norm orientation (BNO), and goal orientation in respect to age, gender, and sports club membership, as well as the relationship between these constructs. With regard to PSK, significant age differences are confirmed in ANOVAs in favor of the second graders in general athleticism, as well as gender differences in favor of the young on almost all subscales. Boys often prefer an individual BNO and second graders get higher scores in goal orientation. Sports club members have a more positive PSK and show lower levels of avoidance performance goal orientation and work avoidance. PSK scales were positively correlated with individual BNO (.08 ≤ r ≤ .25), learning goal orientation (.09 ≤ r ≤ .34), and grades in sports (.16 ≤ r ≤ .51) and they were negatively correlated with social BNO (−.26 ≤ r ≤ −.05). [less ▲]

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See detailEffects of sport club membership, sex, and age on physical self-concept and goal orientation in german primary school children
Lohbeck, Annette; Tietjens, Maike; Bund, Andreas UL

in Balagué, N.; Torrents, C.; Vilanova, A. (Eds.) et al Book of Abstracts (2013, June)

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See detailÜber den Zusammenhang zwischen dem physischen Selbstkonzept, der Bezugsnormorientierung und der Zielorientierung bei Grundschulkindern
Lohbeck, Annette; Tietjens, Maike; Bund, Andreas UL

in Wegner, Manfred; Brückner, Jan-Peter; Kratzenstein, Stefan (Eds.) Sportpsychologische Kompetenz und Verantwortung (2012, May)

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