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The development of an instrument to measure motivation for marathon running: the Motivations of Marathoners Scales (MOMS).
- K. Masters, B. Ogles, J. A. Jolton
- Psychology, Medicine
- Research quarterly for exercise and sport
- 1 June 1993
This study reports the development of an instrument to assess the motives of marathon runners. The Motivations of Marathoners Scales (MOMS) contains 56 items distributed across nine scales. Content… Expand
A typology of marathon runners based on cluster analysis of motivations.
Associative and dissociative cognitive strategies in exercise and running: 20 years later, what do we know?
Association and dissociation (A/D) have been identified as important cognitive strategies in the literature on running and exercise. This paper is a comprehensive review of the 20 years of research… Expand
The current status of measures of spirituality: A critical review of scale development.
Older vs. Younger Adult Male Marathon Runners: Participative Motives and Training Habits
An investigation of the different motivations of marathon runners with varying degrees of experience.
Obligatory running and gender: an analysis of participative motives and training habits.
A Comparison of Manual Versus Computer‐Assisted Radiographic Measurement: Intraobserver Measurement Variability for Cobb Angles
Study Design. A comparison between computer‐assisted measurement using digitized radiographs, which has the potential to reduce error, and manual measurement using standard radiographs. Objective. To… Expand
The Relations Between Cognitive Coping Strategies, Reasons for Running, Injury, and Performance of Marathon Runners
The psychology of marathon running was studied by employing the cognitive strategies of association and dissociation (Morgan, 1978; Morgan & Pollock, 1977). Two shortcomings in the current literature… Expand