The Subjective Exercise Experiences Scale (SEES): Development and preliminary validation.

@article{MeAuley1994TheSE,
  title={The Subjective Exercise Experiences Scale (SEES): Development and preliminary validation.},
  author={Edward MeAuley and K. Courneya},
  journal={Journal of Sport \& Exercise Psychology},
  year={1994},
  volume={16},
  pages={163-177}
}
This paper documents the development and validation of the three-factor Subjective Exercise Experiences Scale (SEES), a measure of global psychological responses to the stimulus properties of exercise. Two of these factors correspond to the positive and negative poles associated with psychological health, Positive Weil-Being and Psychological Distress, whereas the third factor represents subjective indicants of Fatigue. The three-factor structure originally established by exploratory factor… Expand
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