The Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale assesses an individual’s beliefs in their ability to continue exercising on a three time per week basis at moderate intensities for 40+ minutes per session in the future.
Outcome: Self-efficacy See more tools that use this outcomeMeasure: Exercise Self-efficacy See more tools that use this measureNumber of RCTs that used this tool (in our study): 7 See the RCTsScale: Higher scores are better
Reference: McAuley, E. (1993). Self-efficacy and the maintenance of exercise participation in older adults. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 16, 103-113.
Target population: General population
Notes Middle-aged sedentary adults
Translations available: Yes
Original version validated: Unclear
Original language: English
Form of delivery: Self-reported
Licence needed: No
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