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Alphabetisches Register ausgewählter psychologischer Testverfahren

  • Willi Essing
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Part of the Forschungsberichte des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen book series (FOLANW, volume 2955)

Zusammenfassung

In diesem alphabetischen Register werden 33 Testverfahren, die in sportpsychologischen Untersuchungen gehäuft eingesetzt wurden, mit ausgewählten Literaturhinweisen aufgeführt. Eine Darstellung der Verfahren erübrigt sich, da fast alle Methoden in der Psychologie einen hohen Bekanntheitsgrad aufweisen und in den einschlägigen Kompendien beschrieben sind.

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Analytischer Intelligenz-Test

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Baum — Tests

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California Personality Inventorys

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  2. Bahnemann, C.P., The relationship between selected personality characteristics and the verbal behavior of physical education teachers. Phys. Educator 1973, 30, 144–145Google Scholar
  3. Martens, F.L., Personality, attitudes, and academic achievement of athletic and non-athletic junior high school boys. Percept. Mot. Skills 1974,.39, 538CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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Eysenck Personality Inventory

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  3. Maloy, S.R., Selected personality and psychomotor distinctions in the successful goaltender. Diss. Abstr. Inter. 1977, 37 A, 49–58Google Scholar
  4. Young, K.J., Ismail, A.H., Personality differences of adult men before and after physical fitness program. Res. Quart. 1977, 48, 617–622Google Scholar

Parb — Pyramiden — Test

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Preiburger Persönlichkeits-Inventar

  1. Mäder, P., Ospelt, R., Schütz, B., Persönlichkeit und Leistungsverhalten von Spitzenfußballern, in: Albrecht, D. (Ed.), Pußballsport. Berlin: Bartels und Wernitz 1979, 116–135Google Scholar
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Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientations Scale

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Group Atmosphere Scale

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Group Hidden Figure Test

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High School Personality Questionnaire

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Intelligenz — Struktur — Test

  1. Mäder, F., Ospelt, R., Schütz, B., Intelligenzstruktur und Erfolg im mentalen Training. Magglingen: ETS 1976, 169–198Google Scholar
  2. Slepicka, P., Sozialpsychologische Determination der Leistung des Einzelnen in der Sportgruppe. Leistungsfußball 1977, 6, 31–36Google Scholar

Interaktionsanalyse nach Flanders

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Leader Behavior Description Questionnaire

  1. Hedrick, S.H., Leadership behavior and organizational climate as related to department chairpersons. Diss. Abstr. Inter. 1976, 37 A, 3500–3501Google Scholar
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Leary Inventory

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  2. Slepicka, P., Interpersonal behavior and sports group effectiveness. Inter. J. Sport Psychol. 1975, 6, 14–27Google Scholar
  3. Biro, V., Diagnostics of psychophysiological functions in sports men during the course of ergometry. Studia psychol. 1977, 19, 52–59Google Scholar
  4. Svoboda, B., (Forschungen über Tätigkeit und Persönlichkeit des Sportlehrers.) Teor. praxe tel. vych. 1977, 25,, 416–423Google Scholar

’Least Preferred Coworker’ Scale

  1. Inciong, P.A., Leadership styles and team success. Diss. Abstr. Inter. 1974/75, 35 A, 3493Google Scholar
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Leistungsprüfsystem

  1. Albrecht, D., Musahl, H.P., Das Schiedsriehterphänomen — ein Syndrom? in: Albrecht, D. (Ed.), Fußballsport. Berlin: Bartels und Wernitz 1979, 33–64Google Scholar
  2. Welteke, R., Studie zur Persönlichkeitsstruktur von Leistungssportlern. in: Jungmann, H. (Ed.), SportwissenschaftIiche Untersuchungen während der 20. Olympischen Spiele. Gräfelfing: Demeter 1976, 91–93Google Scholar
  3. Fischer, E., Grundlagen und Ansätze des programmierten Lernens unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Sportunterrichts. Dortmund: Diss, der P.H. Ruhr 1975Google Scholar

Manifest Anxiety Scale

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  2. Franks, B., Jette, M., Manifest anxiety and physical fitness. Proc. 73rd Nat. Coll. Phys. Educ. Assoc. 1970. 48 – 57Google Scholar
  3. Vanek, M., Hosek, V., Zur Persönlichkeit des Sportlers. Schorndorf: Hofmann 1977Google Scholar
  4. Martens, R., Effect on performance of learning a complex motor task in the presence of spectators. Res. Quart. 1969, 40, 317 – 323Google Scholar
  5. Ramseyer, G.W., The effects of coeducat,nal grouping acroos anxiety levels for college physical vacation beginning golf classes. Diss. Abstr. Inter. 1977, 32 A, 1322 – 1323Google Scholar

Maudsley Personality Inventory

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  2. Yonekawa, N. et al., The effects of personality trait on motor performance at competitive situations. Jap. J. Sport Psychol. 1977, 4, 33 – 39Google Scholar
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Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory

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Persönlichkeitsinteressen — Test

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  2. SlepickafP., Sozialpsychologische Determination der Leistung des Einzelnen in der Sportgruppe. Leistungsfußball 1977, 6, 31–36Google Scholar

Personal Preference Schedule nach Edwards

  1. Sage, Gr.H., An assessment of personality profiles between and within intercollegiate athletes from eight different sports. Sportwissenschaft 1972, 2, 408 – 415Google Scholar
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Progressive Matrices

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  2. Budavari, A., (A study of the personality and intelligence of ball players.) Testneveles sport, szemle 1974, J, 181 – 192Google Scholar
  3. Höhne, J., Hahn, E., Die Entwicklung motorischer und psychischer Eigenschaften bei jugendlichen Talenten im Fechten. Leistungssport 1975, 5, 122–127Google Scholar
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Rod and Frame Test

  1. Bard, C., The relation between perceptual style and physical activities. Inter. J. Sport Psychol. 1972, 3, 107 – 113Google Scholar
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  3. Kudo, K., The relationship between game sense of team sports and perceptual style. Jap. J. Sport Psychol. 1977, 4, 20–26Google Scholar

Rorschach — Test

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Rosenzweig Picture Prustration Test

  1. Prelici, V., Muresan, C., (Beiträge zur Erforschung der Persönlichkeit von Sportlern mit dem Picture Prustration Test.) Educ. fis. sport 1974, 24 (9), 65 – 68Google Scholar
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  3. Pigler, S.K., Aggressive response to frustration among athletes and non-athletes. Diss. Abstr. Inter. 1976, 37 A, 864Google Scholar
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Rotter I - E Scale

  1. Stevens, T.B., A personality analysis of college basketball players. Diss. Abstr. Inter. 1973/74, 34 A, 6436Google Scholar
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Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire

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  3. Gabler, H., Zur Entwicklung von Persönlichkeitsmerkmalen bei Hochleistungssportlern. Sportwissenschaft 1976, 6 247–276Google Scholar
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  5. Schnurr, K.T., Ashley, M.A., Joy, K.L., A multivariate analysis of male athlete personality characteristics: sporttype and success. Multivariate Exp. Clin. Res. 1977, 53–68Google Scholar

State Trait Anxiety Inventory

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  2. Hollingsworth, B., Effects of performance goals and anxiety on learning a gross motor task. Res. Quart. 1975, 46, 162–168Google Scholar
  3. Burton, E.C., Relationship between trait and state anxiety, movement satisfaction, and participation in physical education activities. Res. Quart. 1976, 77, 326–331Google Scholar
  4. Connor, F.J., Trait-state anxiety and the effects of exposure to a high anxiety sport. Diss. Abstr. Inter. 1977, 37 A, 4960–4961Google Scholar

Study of Values

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  2. Hayes, J.A., The development of a psychographic profile of the female health physical education and recreation major. Diss. Abstr. Inter. 1973/74, 34 A, 3956Google Scholar
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Szondi Test

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  2. Nadori, L., Karezag, J., Personality characteristics of superior athletes on the base of the Szondo Test, of Pfisters Colour Pyramid Test and of Rosenzweig’s Picture Prustration Test, in: INEP. (Ed.), Trabajos scientificos. Tomo II. Madrid 1975. 188–194Google Scholar
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Tennessee Self-concept Scale

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  3. Ibrahim, H., Morrison, N., Self-actualization and self-concept among athletes. Res. Quart. 1976, 57, 68–79Google Scholar
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Test d 2

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Thematischer Apperzeptions — Test

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  2. Eastwood, J.M., The effects of viewing a film of professional hockey on aggression. Med. Sei. Sports 1974, 6, 158–163Google Scholar
  3. Gabler, H., Zur Entwicklung von Persönlichkeitsmerkmalen bei Hochleistungssportlern. Sportwissenschaft 1976, 247–276Google Scholar
  4. Kleine, W., Förderung der Leistungsmotivation im Sportunterricht der Grundschule. Köln: Diss. P.H. Rheinland 1977Google Scholar
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  • Willi Essing
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  1. 1.Institut für Leibesübungen — Fachgebiet SportpsychologieUniversität MünsterMünsterDeutschland

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