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Measurement and evaluation in physical activity applications : exercise science, physical education, coaching, athletic training, and health / 2nd ed

Measurement and evaluation in physical activity applications : exercise science, physical education, coaching, athletic training, and health / 2nd ed

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단행본
Personal Author
Bishop, Phillip A., author.
Title Statement
Measurement and evaluation in physical activity applications : exercise science, physical education, coaching, athletic training, and health / Phillip A. Bishop.
판사항
2nd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Routledge,   2018.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 278 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
9780815392248 (hardback) 9780815392255 (paperback)
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"First edition published by Routledge 2008"--T.p. verso.  
Includes index.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Exercise --Measurement. Physical fitness --Measurement. Exercise --Research --Statistical methods. Exercise --Statistics. Sports sciences --Statistics.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

PART 1: UNDERSTANDING THE MEASUREMENT PROCESS


1. Measurement and Evaluation for Your Personal and Professional Life


The Value of Measurement and Evaluation


Classifications in Measurement and Evaluation


Measurement and Evaluation Applications in Life


2. The Challenge of Good Measurement: Validity


Measurement Error


Naming Measurement Errors: Validity





3. Additional Challenges of Good Measurement: Reliability and Objectivity


Reliability


Objectivity





4. Understanding Validity


Introduction


Types of Validity





PART 2: NUMBERS AND STATISTICS IN MEASUREMENT


5. Evaluating Validity: Introduction to Statistics


Measures of Central Tendency


Distributions: Normal Distributions and the Normal Curve


Appendix 5.A: Computing Standard Deviation with Excel





6. Evaluating Validity: t-Tests and Correlations


Evaluating Criterion Validity for Continuous Measures


Types of t-Tests


Correlations: Pearson Product-Moment Correlation


Appendix 6.A: Predicting V O2max (mL * kg-1 * min-1) from Meters Run, Using Excel


Appendix 6.B: Running a t-Test with Excel


Appendix 6.C: Creating a Scatter Plot with Excel before Calculating Correlations


Appendix 6.D: Calculating Correlations with Excel





7. Evaluating Validity for Ordinal Measures, and Error Analysis


Spearman''s Correlation for Ordinal Numbers


Bland-Altman Error Analysis


Appendix 7.A: Creating a Trendline in Excel


Appendix 7.B: Evaluating Criterion Validity with a Bland-Altman Analysis Using Excel





8. Evaluating Validity of Criterion-Referenced Measures


Criterion Measure


Balance between Competent and Not Competent


Another Statistic for Evaluating Validity for Criterion-Referenced Tests


9. Understanding, Calculating, and Evaluating Reliability


Evaluating Reliability


Single Test Administration Methods


Internal Consistency Reliability


Evaluating the Reliability of Criterion-Referenced Measurements


Appendix 9.A: Calculating the Intraclass Correlation Using Excel





10. Understanding, Calculating, and Evaluating Objectivity


Evaluating Objectivity





11. Devising Measurements


The Process of Devising a Test





12. Evaluating New Measurements


Estimating the Validity of a New Measurement


Estimating Reliability


Estimating Objectivity


Additional Real-World Measurement and Evaluation Applications





13. Numbers and Statistics in Measurement


Understanding Numbers in Measurement


Introduction to Numbers


Normal Vs. Non-Normal (Non-Standard) Distributions


Measures of Dispersion





14. Standard Scores


Percent-Based Standard Scores


Z-Scores


Checking a Measurement Technique





15. Practical Inferential Statistics


Correlations Measure Relationships Between Variables


Complex Comparisons of Group Means


Probabilities





16. Misusing Statistics


Use of Non-Normal Samples


Sudstituting Statistics for Clear Thinking





Part 3: MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION APPLICATIONS





17. Measuring in Quantitative Research


Measurement Challenges in Physical Education, Sport, and Exercise Science Research


Challenges in Quantitative Research


Measurement Challenges in Clinical and Epidemiological Quantitative Research





18. Qualitative Research and Reading Research


Introduction to Qualitative Research


Challenges in Qualitative Research


Reading Research Papers





19. Measuring Physical Fitness


What Is Physical Fitness?


Measuring Cardiorespiratory Fitness


Measuring Muscular Endurance


Measuring Muscular Strength


Fitness Tests for the Elderly


Fitness Tests for Children


Fitness Tests for Differently Abled Individuals





20. Measuring Body Composition and Range of Motion, and Administering Tests


Measuring Body Composition


Estimates of Body Composition


Additional Body Composition Measures


Measuring Range of Motion


Administering Fitness and Performance Tests





21. Measuring Exercise and Physical Activity


Measuring Exercise


Section Two: Measuring Physical Activity





22. Measuring Health


The Exercise Prescription


Medical Status/Health History


Fitness Level/Exercise History


Preferences and Interests


Exercise Goals





23. Measuring Psychomotor Performance and Sports Skills


Using Taxonomies in Human Performance Measurement


Measuring Performance Based on the Psychomotor Taxonomy


Issues in Measuring Human Performance


Administration of Psychomotor Skills Tests





24. Measuring Skills with Rubrics


Rubrics





25. Measuring in Sports and Coaching


Measurement Challenges in Competitive Sport


Measuring in Coaching


Measuring in Athletic Training





26. Alternative Approaches to Measurement and Subjective Measurement


Authentic Assessment


Alternative Assessment Instruments


Alternative Assessment Techniques





27. Measuring the Affective Doman


Rating Scales





28. Measuring and Evaluating Knowledge


Why Test and Grade?


Planning for Testing and Grading


Devising Cognitive Tests





29. Creating and Evaluating Tests


Types of Test Questions


Item Analysis for Evaluating Tests





30. Grading


Options in Physical Education Grading


Methods for Calculating Grades

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