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KIN250-Exam2Review.pdf KIN 250

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Measurments in Kinesiology
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KIN 250 Exam 2 Review Outline Ch 4 Test Administration What things should be considered before administering a test 0 Plan ahead to increase smooth and ef cient testing session Increases chances of obtaining valid and reliable sources Equipment and supplies brought to testing location before session Testing area space requirements privacy Arrangement of testing area stations think about sequence Administrator should know details of test and participants should be informed of procedures What things should be considered after administering a test 0 Recording the scores 0 Training testers prior to data collection 0 Entering Data securepassword le mean SDs percentiles o Interpreting scores easy to understand manner participants should know 0 Evaluating scores accuracy OOOOO Ch 6 Measuring Health Related Physical Fitness What is the difference between HRPF and PA You should understand this in terms of product vs product 0 HPRF product of PA that includes a set of attributes that people have relating to their ability to perform PA PRODUCT 0 PA any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that results in energy expenditure PROCESS What are the 5 components of HRPF 0 Body composition muscular endurance muscular strength exibility ca rdiorespiratory tness Be able to distinguish between labbased and eldbased testing Which assessments fall into either category 0 Labbased more costly sophisticated complicated controlled 0 Fieldbased less expensive simple Be able to describe and explain measurements from each of the 5 components of HRPE 0 Body composition hydrostatic weighing BOD POD skinfold thickness BIA BMI o Cardiorespiratory tness V02 max mile run 12minute run PACER beep test 0 Flexibility goniometry test ROM angle ruler tool sit and reach 0 Muscular strengthendurance dynamometers weight lifting pullups situps pushups Ch 6 Measuring Physical Activity What39s the de nition of PA How is it different from HRPF 0 PA any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that results in energy expenditure KIN 250 Exam 2 Review Outline PROCESS What are the three main dimensions of PA 0 Frequency intensity duration What are important considerations for selecting PA assessments o Validity and reliability 0 Accuracy and practicality o Generalizability 0 Outcome measures frequency intensity duration type volume Understand which measures are subjective and which measures are objective 0 Subjective quality quantity low cost low participant burden personal feeHngs 0 Objective extended time periods goal low participant burden free from subjective assessment Understand the relationship between practicality and accuracy in instruments o If practicality is increased then increasing accuracy is decreased negative slope Have a good understanding of the different techniques used to measure PA advantages and disadvantages of each 0 Survey questionnaires subjective measure selfreported or interview assisted 10 and up Advantages low cost not time consuming easy assess large populations Disadvantages hard to remember PA if not recorded questionable reliability and validity estimating duration and energy expenditure is hard 0 Diaries subjective 0 Heart rate monitor objective Advantages accurate record of HR Disadvantages interference from electronic equipment compliance issues participant burden individual variability and error from other factors 0 Pedometers objective steps per day Advantages low cost objective measurement of overall movement Disadvantages only volume of activity 0 Accelerometers objective worn on participant39s hip small computerized device Advantages measure of activity easy to use no participant burden Disadvantages can39t asses all forms of activity showering swimming challenges with estimating energy expenditure 0 Direct observation objective Advantages detailed view of PA good criterion measure Disadvantages time and effort dif cult to asses activity on large samples 0 Doublylabeled water measure difference in the elimination rates of hydrogen and oxygen 0 Indirect Calorimetry estimates EE by measuring respiratory gases Advantages objective measure gold standard of EE measures KIN 250 Exam 2 Review Outline Disadvantages expensive availability only average EE no details daily Ch 7 Measuring Psychomotor Skills What does the psychomotor domain measure 0 Skillrelated agility balance coordination power speed reaction time What are the stages of movement competencies 0 Body management competence controlling body in personal space space in relation to others controlling body while working with an object or apparatus 0 Fundamental skills locomotor walking running nonlocomotor bending twisting object control throwing kicking striking O Specialized skills skills used in sports technique 0 Higher skill attainment organized sports If I were to give you an example of a skill could you give me an example of how you would measure that skill 0 Illinois agility test agility stork stand balance long jump power 50 yard dash speed hand reaction time test reaction time Difference between gross and ne motor skills 0 Gross motor large muscle movements locomotor and object control 0 Fine motor small muscle movements Difference between product scores and process measurements 0 Process criterionbased qualitative I Example if a child threw a ball and followed through and turned hisher hips 0 Product outcome quantitative I Example distance accuracy velocity of the child throwing the ball TGMD2 process only gross motor skills 6 locomotor 6 object control The BOT2 process and product 45 years145 years 0 8 subtests ne motor running speedagility balance strength coordination 0 Complete test 46 items Brief test 12 items MABC2 316 years normreferenced test used to evaluate children with movement dif culties 0 32 tasks divided in ages 36 710 1116 0 manual dexterity ball skills static and dynamic balance Ch 8 Measuring the Cognitive Domain KIN 250 Exam 2 Review Outline You should have a general understanding of the Taxonomy of Education Objectives 0 What are the different levels How do they differ from one another Knowledge simplest common recognition and recall of facts or de nitions 0 Example What is physical activity Comprehension lowest of understanding interpret restate draw conclusions 0 Example What does the Likert Scale represent Application when you use it on a situation other than what you learned in class 0 Example Use the Likert Scale to describe if you were satis ed with your Thanksgiving weekend Analysis identify partselements interactions or relationships errors or differentiate among facts opinions and conclusions 0 Example Why are seasons reversed in the southern hemisphere Synthesis producing something or original or unique rearrangement and combining of elements to construct a new whole 0 Example If the longest day of the year is in june why is the northern hemisphere hottest in August Evaluation most advanced level judgments about methods materials ideas performance or products with a speci c purpose 0 Example What would be the most important variables for predicting seasons on a newly discovered planet They build off of each other Categories of test questions objective semiobjective and essay what are examples of each 0 Objective free from any subjective judgment during grading Example truefalse matching multiple choice 0 Semiobjective some subjectivity may be included when partial credit is awarded Example ll in the blank short answer 0 Essay response graded subjectively Understand the Dif culty Index what does it tell the tester and how to interpret results 0 Number of correct responses divided by the total number of responses per question 0 Pgt75 relatively easy Plt25 relatively dif cult Understand the Discrimination Index and how to interpret results 0 Divide class into upper group and lower group 0 who correctly answered question in upper group who correctly answered question is lower group divided by of students in bigger group 0 Positive students how did well on the exam answered the question correctly more than students who did not do well KIN 250 Exam 2 Review Outline 0 Negative students who did poorly on the exam answered the question correctly more than the students who did well on the exam question should be rewritten andor dropped 0 Zero both student groups responded correctly with equal frequency on a particular item question should be rewritten andor dropped 0 Ranges from 1 to 1 D gt40 discriminates well D 3039 acceptable but could be improved D 2029 marginal and needs improvements D lt10 poor discriminator should be removed from the test 0 Understand the Item Function and how to interpret results 0 Suitability or effectiveness of a test question 0 Checks for mistakes in the answer key guessing ambiguity in the alternatives Ch 9 Measuring the Affective Domain 0 What is affect What does the affective domain measure 0 Refers to the experience of feeling or emotion o Emotions feelings interests attitudes values 0 What is problematic about measuring the affective domain 0 Subjective nature of the qualities being measured 0 Faked responses selfdeception social desirability What can in uence an affective response 0 Situational factors mood cultural background assessment environment instructortester Understand the three methods of measuring the affective domain be able to differentiate between all three and understand advantagesdisadvantages of each 0 Likert Scale strongly agree agree uncertain disagree strongly disagree Advantages easy to administer score and transcribe into quantitative data Disadvantages hard to determine which one onedimensional construction is time consuming o Twopoint ScaleForced Choice Scale yes or no or agree or disagree Advantages easy to understand more accurate indication of preferences lower likelihood of respondents marketing the wrong answer than Likert Scale Disadvantages doesn39t re ect levels of agreement or disagreement having only two options may be irritating to respondents 0 Semantic Differential Scale good or bad strong or weak total opposites Advantages can de adapted for various settings can evaluate several different concepts in one survey can score with a Scantron Disadvantages selecting bipolar adjectives can be tedious can be dif cult to score and prone to error without a Scantron Ch 12 Measurement and Evaluation KIN 250 Exam 2 Review Outline 0 Have a general understanding of factors that affect test selection 0 Relevance economy time discrimination gender appropriate age appropriate safety class size norms enjoyment curricular content educational value mandates How are these factors different in school vs nonschool setting 0 School setting mandates curricular content relevance educational value economy time enjoyment discrimination independence age appropriateness gender appropriateness reliance on another39s performance safety class size administrative work tech support 0 Nonschool setting focus primarily on exercise programs tend to work with adults enhancement of HRPF individualization of programs


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