Physical Self-Perception Profile Revised (PSPP-R)

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Physical Self-Perception Profile Revised (PSPP-R)

Physical self-concept is considered to be an important psychological outcome, and factors associated with the self regulation of physical activity such as attitudes and intention Importantly, physical self-concept is viewed as an important contributor to perceptions of self-worth in multidimensional, hierarchical models of self-esteem The physical self is defined as an individual’s perception of himself or herself in aspects of physical domains such as strength, endurance, sport ability, and physical appearance

Age Range

KS2
KS3
KS4

Areas

Sports Competence
Physical Conditioning
Body Attractiveness
Physical Strength

Researcher(s) or Author(s)

Martin S. Hagger; Magnus Lindwall; F. Hülya Aşçı

Found in

Core (Secondary)
Pro (Secondary)

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