Development and evaluation of the high-intensity interval training self-efficacy questionnaire

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Eather, Narelle, Beauchamp, Mark R., Rhodes, Ryan E., Diallo, Thierno M. O., Smith, Jordan J., Jung, Mary E., Plotnikoff, Ronald C., Noetel, Michael, Harris, Nigel, Graham, Emily and Lubans, David R.. (2020). Development and evaluation of the high-intensity interval training self-efficacy questionnaire. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 42(2), pp. 114-122. https://doi.org/10.1123/JSEP.2019-0166
AuthorsEather, Narelle, Beauchamp, Mark R., Rhodes, Ryan E., Diallo, Thierno M. O., Smith, Jordan J., Jung, Mary E., Plotnikoff, Ronald C., Noetel, Michael, Harris, Nigel, Graham, Emily and Lubans, David R.
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This study involved the design and evaluation of the High-Intensity Interval Training Self-Efficacy Questionnaire (HIIT-SQ). Phase 1: Questionnaire items were developed. Phase 2: Australian adolescents (N = 389, 16.0 ± 0.4 years, 41.10% female) completed the HIIT-SQ, and factorial validity of the measurement model was explored. Phase 3: Adolescents (N = 100, age 12–14 years, 44% female) completed the HIIT-SQ twice (1 week apart) to evaluate test–retest reliability. Confirmatory factor analysis of the final six items (mean = 3.43–6.73, SD = 0.99–25.30) revealed adequate fit, χ2(21) = 21, p = .01, comparative fit index = .99, Tucker–Lewis index = .99, root mean square of approximation = .07, 90% confidence interval [.04, .11]. Factor loading estimates showed that all items were highly related to the factor (estimates range: 0.81–0.90). Intraclass coefficients and typical error values were .99 (95% confidence interval [.99, 1.00]) and .22, respectively. This study provides preliminary evidence for the validity and reliability of scores derived from the HIIT-SQ in adolescents.

Keywordsadolescents; adherence; reliability; scale; validity
Year2020
JournalJournal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
Journal citation42 (2), pp. 114-122
PublisherHuman Kinetics Publishers Inc.
ISSN0895-2779
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1123/JSEP.2019-0166
Scopus EID2-s2.0-85090757291
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Page range114-122
FunderNational Health and Medical Research Council
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Grant IDNHMRC/1120518
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