Propiedades psicométricas de un cuestionario para la evaluación del conocimiento procedimental en voleibol (CCPV). Psychometric properties of Procedural Knowledge Questionnaire in Volleyball (PKQV).

Alberto Moreno, Fernando Del Villar, Luis García-González, Tomás García-Calvo, María Perla Moreno

Resumen


El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar las propiedades psicométricas de un cuestionario para la evaluación del conocimiento procedimental en el deporte. La muestra de esta investigación fue de 489 sujetos, de edades comprendidas entre los 13 y los 16 años, con diferentes contextos de práctica deportiva, años de experiencia y género. Los resultados obtenidos demostraron que el instrumento posee una validez y consistencia interna evidentes, hallándose un modelo factorial compuesto por un factor principal (conocimiento procedimental) y dos factores secundarios (pensar y comprender), con pesos factoriales adecuados, siendo muy elevados entre los factores secundarios y el factor principal. Igualmente, es interesante destacar que uno de los ítems fue eliminado del cuestionario inicial, al poseer un peso factorial muy bajo. El análisis de la validez de contenido y de la validez concurrente reforzaron positivamente los resultados obtenidos. Por ello, se puede concluir diciendo que el cuestionario planteado es un instrumento adecuado para su utilización en el contexto deportivo, aunque una mayor profundidad en el estudio de este constructo puede ser favorable para continuar aportando nuevas averiguaciones.

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine the psychometric properties of a questionnaire to evaluate the procedural knowledge in sport. The sample of this investigation was 489 subjects, of 13 to 16 years old, with different contexts of sports practice, experience and gender. The results revealed satisfactory validity and internal consistency of the instrument, obtaining a factorial model made up a main factor (procedural knowledge) and two subscales (thinking and understanding), with suitable factor loadings, being very high between main factor and two subscales. Equally, it is interesting to emphasize that one of the items was eliminated of the initial questionnaire, so the factor loading was very low. The analysis of the content and concurrent validity reinforced these results. So, it is possible to conclude saying that this questionnaire is an instrument adapted for its utilization in the sports context. To make a careful study of this construct can be favourable to continue contributing new inquiries.

http://dx.doi.org/10.5232/ricyde2013.03103

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Palabras clave/key words


conocimiento procedimental; propiedades psicométricas; contexto deportivo; experiencia; procedural knowledge; psychometrics properties; sport context; expertise.

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