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).
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.
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