Athletic Injury Self-Efficacy Questionnaire

Athletic Injury Self-Efficacy Questionnaire

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About Athletic Injury Self-Efficacy Questionnaire

Contrary to the findings of Sordoni et al. (2002), analysis done by Milne et al. (2005) on the ISEQ (referred to in this article as the Athletic Injury Self-Efficacy Questionnaire or AISEQ) revealed a two-factor solution. Instead of using the three divisions of self-efficacy, Milne et al. (2005) combined barrier and scheduling efficacy into one division called coping efficacy, building off the recommendation by Maddux (1995) that the two types were alike because they were both largely self-regulatory. The authors found a significant difference between task and coping self-efficacy in their first study conducted for the article, with the second study maintaining that there indeed was a difference between task and coping self-efficacy.

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Athletic Injury Self-Efficacy Questionnaire
Athletic Injury Self-Efficacy Questionnaire

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Milne‚ M.‚ Hall‚ C‚ & Forwell‚ L. (2005)

  • Milne‚ M.‚ Hall‚ C‚ & Forwell‚ L. (2005). Self-efficacy‚ imagery use‚ and adherence to rehabilitation by injured athletes. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation‚ 14(2)‚ 150-167.
  • Cressman‚ Joel‚ “Evaluation of the Use of Healing Imagery in Athletic Injury Rehabilitation” (2010). Wilfrid Laurier University. Theses and Dissertations (Comprehensive). Paper 996.
  • Cressman‚ Joel M.‚ Dawson‚ Kimberley A. (2011). Evaluation of the Use of Healing Imagery in Athletic Injury Rehabilitation. Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity‚ 6(1)‚
  • Wesch‚ N.‚ Hall‚ C.‚ Prapavessis‚ H.‚ Maddison‚ R.‚ Bassett‚ S.‚ Foley‚ L.‚ Brooks‚ S.‚ Forwell‚ L. (2011). Self-efficacy‚ imagery use‚ and adherence during injury rehabilitation. Scandinavian Journal of Medical & Science in Sports‚ 24‚ 72-81 doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0838.2011.01304.x



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