phyActFlowPropensity

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Physical activity flow propensity

Paired comparisons of 87 physical activities on 16 flow-related facets. Participants submitted two activities using free-form input. These activities were substitute into item templates. For example, the ‘predict’ item asked, “How predictable is the action?” with response options:

  • A1 is much more predictable than A2.

  • A1 is somewhat more predictable than A2.

  • Both offer roughly equal predictability.

  • A2 is somewhat more predictable than A1.

  • A2 is much more predictable than A1.

Most items were adapted from Jackson & Eklund (2002).

Keywords
datasets
Usage
phyActFlowPropensity
Format

A data.frame with one row per activity comparison and items in the columns. All item responses are between -2 and 2. Zero indicates that both activities were judged equal on the trait.

References

Jackson, S. A., & Eklund, R. C. (2002). Assessing flow in physical activity: The flow state scale-2 and dispositional flow scale-2. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 24 (2), 133<U+2013>150. doi:10.1123/jsep.24.2.133

Aliases
  • phyActFlowPropensity
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