The Psychobiosocial States (PBS-S) Scale Factor : Structure and Reliability
Ruiz, M. C., Robazza, C., Tolvanen, A., & Hanin, J. (2019). The Psychobiosocial States (PBS-S) Scale Factor : Structure and Reliability. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 35(5), 658-665. https://doi.org/10.1027/1015-5759/a000454
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This study examined the factor structure and reliability of the Psychobiosocial States (PBS-S) scale in the assessment of situational performance-related experiences. We administered the scale to 483 Finnish athletes before a practice session to assess the intensity and perceived impact of their performance-related feeling states. The hypothesized two-factor structure indicating functional effects (10 items) and dysfunctional effects (10 items) toward performance was examined via exploratory structural equation modeling (ESEM) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). Regarding the intensity and perceived impact dimensions of reported states, ESEM and CFA showed a good fit for a two-factor solution of a 14-item PBS-S scale (seven functional and seven dysfunctional items). For both intensity and impact ratings, core state functional modalities were bodily, cognitive, and volitional, while core state dysfunctional modalities were volitional, operational, and anxiety. Findings support the use of a 14-item PBS-S scale to measure a range of preperformance states. ...
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