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  • 1 Testnevelési Egyetem, Gazdaság és Társadalomtudományi Intézet, Pszichológia és Sportpszichológia Tanszék, Budapest
  • 2 Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem, Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest
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Háttér és célkitűzések

Jelen tanulmány célja a Szülői Bevonódás a Sportban Kérdőív magyar változatának (PISQ-H) pszichometriai vizsgálata, a mérőeszköz reliabilitásának és validitásának ellenőrzése.

Módszer

A keresztmetszeti kutatás keretében a kérdőív érvényességét és megbízhatóságát 13-21 év közötti (M = 16,76 év; SD = 2,79 év) 471 fős (40,3% fiú és 54,2% lány, 5,5% hiányzó adat) kényelmi mintán ellenőriztük. A fent említett kérdőív mellett felvételre került az Észlelt Szülői Autonómiatámogatás Kérdőív is.

Eredmények

A feltáró faktoranalízis során négy elkülönülő faktort kaptunk (Dicséret és támogatás, Szülői nyomásgyakorlás, Aktív bevonódás, valamint Direkt, kontrolláló viselkedés). A kérdőív alskáláinak belső megbízhatósága megfelelőnek bizonyult (Cronbach-α: 0,640,85). A mérőeszköz időbeli stabilitásának vizsgálata során szignifikáns (p < 0,001), pozitív irányú, erős teszt-reteszt korrelációs együtthatókat kaptunk (Dicséret és támogatás alskála: r(67) = 0,82; Szülői nyomásgyakorlás alskála: r(67) = 0,81; Direkt, kontrolláló viselkedés alskála: r(67) = 0,93; és Aktív bevonódás alskála: r(67) = 0,94. A konstruktum validitás vizsgálata során a korábbi kutatásokkal megegyező, gyenge-mérsékelt erősségű korrelációt kaptunk a PISQ-H két alskálája és az Észlelt Szülői Autonómiatámogatás Kérdőív között (r = 0,30–0,56; p < 0,001).

Következtetések

A Szülői Bevonódás a Sportban Kérdőív kérdőív magyar változata pszichometriailag megfelelő mérőeszköznek tekinthető.

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