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標題:Perceived physical literacy instrument for adolescents: A further validation of PPLI
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出版(發表)日期2018/04/01
作品名稱Perceived physical literacy instrument for adolescents: A further validation of PPLI
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著者Raymond K.W.Suma; Chih-Fu Cheng; Tristan Wallhead; Che-Chun Kuo; Fong-Jia Wang; Siu-Ming Choia
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著錄名稱、卷期、頁數Journal of Exercise Science and Fitness 16(1), p.26-31
摘要Background/Objective
The purpose of this study is to examine the reliability and validity of “Perceived Physical Literacy Instrument” (PPLI) questionnaire in adolescents.

Methods
Based on physical literacy literature, a 9-item instrument was developed for initial tests. The self-report measure was administered to 1945 adolescents in Hong Kong. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was used to examine a three-factor structure of physical literacy. A chi-square difference test analysed several competing models and compared the results between the proposed models (i.e., a three-factor solution) and other alternative models (i.e., a one-factor or two-factor solution). Furthermore, the measurement invariance across gender groups was examined by using multiple-group confirmatory factor analysis. Mean scores for physical literacy factors were also examined by demographic characteristics.

Results
Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) showed that the construct demonstrated a good fit to the model. For convergent validity, our results, evaluating the factor loading of each items, the values of composite reliability (CR) and the average variance extracted (AVE) of the three factors, revealed that the three-factor validity of physical literacy was satisfactory. The chi-square difference test between models was significant indicating that all the latent variables had satisfactory discriminant validity. Moreover, the findings of measurement invariance showed that the PPLI is invariant across gender.

Conclusions
The PPLI thus appeared to be reliable and valid as a measure of the perceived physical literacy of adolescents. Thus, along with other validated instruments, protocols and research designs, the PPLI could be widely used to test adolescents' self-perception of physical literacy and their own physical and mental health conditions and thereby health. Physical education professionals may thus recommend appropriate intervention programmes for younger generations.
關鍵字Perceived physical literacy;Adolescents;Instrument validation;Confirmatory factor analysis
語言英文
ISSN2226-5104
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