INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCE AND PERFORMANCE (IJSSP)

Construction and Validation of Perceived Performance Questionnaire in Sports

Authors : Geeta Negi* & Lalit Sharma**

*Department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, University of Delhi

**Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, University of Delhi

 

*Correspondence Author.

Lalit Sharma, Professor

Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, University of Delhi

Email address:lalit.sharma@igipess.du.ac.in

 

Article Received: 24.06.2021

Article Accepted: 28.07.2021

Article E-Published: 24.09.2021

Abstract

Objective: The development of two item self-assessment perceived performance Questionnaire in sport. Method: Two items were generated one for each; level of efforts exerted, and skill level executed in the competition. Responses from 64 state and national level female volleyball players were treated as data. Confirmatory factor analysis, item to total correlation and individual’s self-assessment to individual’s assessment by teammate’s correlation analysed   statistically. Result: Confirmatory Factor analysis evident that both variables lie in one factor only. Computed correlation value between self-assessed individual score and self-assessed effort was .91 and with self-assessed skill was .88 which are strongly correlated. Whereas, with individual assessment by teammates was .415 which is moderately correlated. And correlation between both the variables self-assessed individual skill and individual effort is .60, which is highly correlated. Conclusion: The questionnaire could be revised by taking responses from more subjects. It was also concluded that effort and skill both represents the perceived performance as its variables.

Key Words:perceived performance, volleyball, effort, skill

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