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Abbreviation : ESES
Long Form : Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale
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2021 Evaluating psychosocial and physical activity outcomes following an intervention among Filipino Americans. CHWs, PA
2021 The Effects of Exercise Training on Physical Performance and Self-efficacy in Hemodialysis Patients: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial. CDSES
2020 The Indonesian Version of the Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale: Cross-cultural Adaptation and Psychometric Testing. ---
2019 Effect of exercise referral schemes upon health and well-being: initial observational insights using individual patient data meta-analysis from the National Referral Database. BMI, ERQoL, ERSs, RHR, SWEMWBS
2019 Validity and reliability of the Iranian version of the Cardiac Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale. CESE, CVD, EFA, HADS, ICC
2018 The Validity and Reliability of the Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale in a Sample of Hemodialysis Patients. ---
2017 Cross-Cultural and Psychometric Properties Assessment of the Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury. ---
2017 Exercise self-efficacy correlates in people with psychosis. BSI-18
2014 Fear-avoidance beliefs about physical activity in adults with rheumatoid arthritis. CI, mFABQ, OR, PARA, RA, SRQ
10  2013 Exercise self-efficacy in persons with spinal cord injury: psychometric properties of the Dutch translation of the Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale. GSE
11  2012 Reliability and validity of perceived self-efficacy in wheeled mobility scale among elite wheelchair-dependent athletes with a spinal cord injury. SCI, SEWM, SEWM, VAS
12  2011 Development of a new scale for perceived self-efficacy in manual wheeled mobility: a pilot study. GSE, SEWM
13  2007 Relations of changes in exercise self-efficacy, physical self-concept, and body satisfaction with weight changes in obese white and African American women initiating a physical activity program. BAS, BMI, PSCS
14  2007 The SCI Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale (ESES): development and psychometric properties. GSE, SCI