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Background and Purpose: The sport motivation scale (SMS; [Pelletier, L. G. , Fortier, M. S. , Vallerand, R. J.
? A revised version of the sport motivation scale (SMS-II) is proposed. ? A shorter scale with 1 measure of intrinsic motivation and an integrated subscale. ? Validated with two distinct samples: adult athletes and youth athletes. ? Factor analyses, reliabilities, and correlations support scale structure. ? Results support the creation of the SMS-II.
Sport motivation scale-6 (SMS-6): A revised six-factor sport motivation scale Mallett, C. , Kawabata, M. , Newcombe, P. , Otero-Forero, A. and Jackson, S. (2007) Sport motivation scale-6 (SMS-6): A revised six-factor sport motivation scale.
THE SPORT MOTIVATION SCALE (SMS-28) November 2, 2013 April 2, 2014.
In this section, we review the SMS (Brière et al. , 1995; Pelletier et al. , 1995), the Sport Motivation Scale-6 (SMS-6; Mallett, Kawabata, Newcombe, Otero-Rorero, & Jackson, 2007), the Behavioral Regulation in Sport Questionnaire (BRSQ; Lonsdale, Hodge, & Rose, 2008), the Pictorial Motivation Scale (PMS; Reid, Vallerand, Poulin, Crocker, & Farrell, 2009), and the SIMS (Guay et al. , 2000).
[Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: The aim of this study was to investigate the factor structure of a Spanish version of the Sport Motivation Scale adapted to physical education. A second aim was to test which one of three hypothesized models (three, five and seven-factor) provided best model fit. 758 Spanish high school students completed the Sport Motivation Scale adapted for Physical Education and also completed the Learning and Performance Orientation in Physical Education Classes Questionnaire.