The PASS-Q: The perceived available support in sport questionnaire

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Authors: Freeman, P., Coffee, P. and Rees, T.

Journal: J Sport Exerc Psychol

Volume: 33

Issue: 1

Pages: 54-74

ISSN: 0895-2779

DOI: 10.1123/jsep.33.1.54

This article provides initial evidence for the construct validity of the Perceived Available Support in Sport Questionnaire (PASS-Q), which assesses emotional, esteem, informational, and tangible support. In Study 1, confirmatory factor analyses provided evidence for a four-dimension factor structure. Correlations supported hypothesized relationships between the PASS-Q dimensions and the Social Support Survey questions (Richman, Rosenfeld, & Hardy, 1993). In Study 2, the four-dimension factor structure was supported in an independent sample. Further, higher levels of perceived available emotional, esteem, informational, and tangible support were associated with higher levels of self-confidence and lower levels of burnout. Researchers are encouraged to use the PASS-Q to examine the effects of perceived available support in sport contexts.

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Authors: Freeman, P., Coffee, P. and Rees, T.

Journal: Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology

Volume: 33

Issue: 1

Pages: 54-74

eISSN: 1543-2904

ISSN: 0895-2779

DOI: 10.1123/jsep.33.1.54

This article provides initial evidence for the construct validity of the Perceived Available Support in Sport Questionnaire (PASS-Q), which assesses emotional, esteem, informational, and tangible support. In Study 1, confirmatory factor analyses provided evidence for a four-dimension factor structure. Correlations supported hypothesized relationships between the PASS-Q dimensions and the Social Support Survey questions (Richman, Rosenfeld, & Hardy, 1993). In Study 2, the four-dimension factor structure was supported in an independent sample. Further, higher levels of perceived available emotional, esteem, informational, and tangible support were associated with higher levels of self-confidence and lower levels of burnout. Researchers are encouraged to use the PASS-Q to examine the effects of perceived available support in sport contexts. © 2011 Human Kinetics, Inc.

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Authors: Freeman, P., Coffee, P. and Rees, T.

Journal: JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY

Volume: 33

Issue: 1

Pages: 54-74

ISSN: 0895-2779

DOI: 10.1123/jsep.33.1.54

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Authors: Freeman, P., Coffee, P. and Rees, T.

Journal: Journal of sport & exercise psychology

Volume: 33

Issue: 1

Pages: 54-74

eISSN: 1543-2904

ISSN: 0895-2779

This article provides initial evidence for the construct validity of the Perceived Available Support in Sport Questionnaire (PASS-Q), which assesses emotional, esteem, informational, and tangible support. In Study 1, confirmatory factor analyses provided evidence for a four-dimension factor structure. Correlations supported hypothesized relationships between the PASS-Q dimensions and the Social Support Survey questions (Richman, Rosenfeld, & Hardy, 1993). In Study 2, the four-dimension factor structure was supported in an independent sample. Further, higher levels of perceived available emotional, esteem, informational, and tangible support were associated with higher levels of self-confidence and lower levels of burnout. Researchers are encouraged to use the PASS-Q to examine the effects of perceived available support in sport contexts.

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