The Physical Self Description Questionnaire : furthering research linking physical self-concept , physical activity and physical education

@inproceedings{Peart2013ThePS,
  title={The Physical Self Description Questionnaire : furthering research linking physical self-concept , physical activity and physical education},
  author={Naida D. Peart and Herbert W. Marsh and Garry E. Richards},
  year={2013}
}
Physical self-concept (PSC) is an important mediator of outcomes in physical education. Recent research has demonstrated that PSC contributes to improving levels of physical activity and skill development associated with physical education classes beyond what can be explained by prior measures of skill and activity. PSC represents a discreet domain within Shavelson, Hubner and Stanton’s (1976) multidimensional, hierarchical model of selfconcept. The Physical Self-Description Questionnaire (PSDQ… CONTINUE READING

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