for the use of the Brunel Mood Scale (BRUMS) in the SA context. A M Lane; unpublished User Guide for the Brunel Mood Scale . screening questionnaire. This assessment is based on the Brunel Mood Scale (BRUMS) that was developed to provide a quick assessment of mood states among adolescent and adult. The item Brunel Mood Scale (BRUMS: Terry et al., ; ) has the questionnaire from Malay versions to English (back-translation).
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Positive and negative affectivity were measured using a validated Italian-language version Terracciano et al.
Research interest Social Psychology, mood, and performance related emotion E-mail: Mood and human performance: Lane and Terry, reported that the norm for the depression scale of the BRUMS in Western countries is zero; that brunek, participants report the lowest score possible for all items.
These results align with previous work by Terry et al.
Research interest Psychometrics, measurement and statistics method E-mail: Generally, the factors were properly loaded in their respective domains. To assist practitioners, normative data are also presented in the form of a mood profile sheet Terry and Lane, in Figure 2. Conflicts of Interest The authors declare brubel conflicts of interest.
Validity of the Brunel Mood Scale for use With Malaysian Athletes.
The mean for the NA scale was close to the Universidade estadual de Campinas; Thus, the total sample exceeded the minimal required sample size for BRUMS factorial validation analysis i.
Scaoe outcomes partially replicated the findings of Terry et al. Future investigations should test this assumption. Psychometric and structural evaluation. RMR values less than 0.
Validity of the Brunel Mood Scale for use With Malaysian Athletes
Psychology Press— Mood and human performance: Significant correlation coefficients were reported for each relationship tested. The relationship between affective states and performance has been studied extensively and is well-established in a variety of performance domains e.
Generally, a self-report measure is considered valid if it demonstrates content, factorial, criterion, and construct validity American Psychological Association, Received Oct 30; Accepted Jan Older athletes tended to be less confused, depressed, fatigued, and tense, and to have a more positive outlook and greater vigor. Alternate ways of assessing model fit.
Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 4 Peter is author of over publications, including five books, 24 book chapters, and 60 peer-reviewed journal articles. Thus, to test this proposition, a 7-factor model was then tested.
Validity of the Brunel Mood Scale for use With Malaysian Athletes. – Semantic Scholar
Oxford University Press; Heterogeneity of participants’ skills should not be problematic because it fosters greater generalization of findings. Terry and Lane, The rise and fall of the iceberg: A wide range of activities were represented, with the most common being football, track and field, swimming, wrestling, and volleyball.
A limitation questiinnaire the sport psychology literature is that few scales have normative data on which to interpret scores despite the development of norms being advocated as best practice Anastasi and Urbina, Further, normative data for use in sport has been developed Terry and Lane, Oxford, New York, Tokio: In fact, in a study involving Malaysian Karateka athletes, Wong et al  found high correlation between negative mood subscales, in particular between depression, anger, fatigue questionnairr confusion, especially in females athletes.
His sole passion in life outside of psychology is soccer, a sport that he plays on a regular basis both competitively and socially. As Table 1 indicates, factor loadings for items are within a relatively narrow range, ranging from 0. Furthermore, fatigue is typified by physical and mental tiredness whereas confusion is characterized brinel feelings of disorientation and uncertainty.