Factorial invariance and latent mean structure of questionnaires measuring social-cognitive determinants of physical activity among black and white adolescent girls.

@article{Dishman2002FactorialIA,
  title={Factorial invariance and latent mean structure of questionnaires measuring social-cognitive determinants of physical activity among black and white adolescent girls.},
  author={Rod K. Dishman and Robert W Motl and Ruth P Saunders and Marsha Dowda and Gwen M Felton and Dianne Stanton Ward and Russell R Pate},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={
          100-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND We previously developed questionnaires based on contemporary theories to measure physical activity determinants among youth [Motl et al., Prev Med 2000; 31:584-94]. The present study examined the factorial invariance and latent mean structure of unidimensional models fit to the questionnaires measuring attitude, subjective norm, perceived behavioral control, and self-efficacy about physical activity among black and white adolescent girls. METHODS Black (n = 896) and white (n = 823… CONTINUE READING
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