PROPIEDADES PSICOMÉTRICAS DEL AUTOINFORME DE BARRERAS PARA LA PRÁCTICA DEL EJERCICIO FÍSICO (ABPEF)

J. Domínguez-Alonso, A. López-Castelo, I. Portela-Pino

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            El estudio consistió en examinar las propiedades psicométricas del cuestionario de autoinforme de barreras para la práctica del ejercicio físico (ABPEF) y comprobar el efecto del género sobre dichas barreras. Se han estudiado sus propiedades psicométricas con una muestra de 342 adolescentes (media de edad: 15.02±1.86). Se realizaron análisis de confiabilidad, análisis factorial exploratorio, correlación ítem con puntaje total y análisis factorial confirmatorio. Se encuentra una buena confiabilidad interna (α = .86), adecuada correlación ítem con puntaje total, y la presencia de cuatro factores en el análisis factorial exploratorio con correlaciones significativas entre las mismas. El análisis factorial confirmatorio mostró adecuado ajuste a los datos de un modelo tetrafactorial del cuestionario (χ2 /gl = 3.696; GFI=.89; AGFI=.86; RMSEA=.061). El género femenino presenta mayores barreras para la práctica del ejercicio físico. Este cuestionario es un instrumento fiable y válido y se sugiere su uso en futuras investigaciones.

 

PALABRAS CLAVE: Ejercicio físico, barreras, propiedades psicométricas, adolescencia, ABPEF.


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