Validation of the Satisfaction Questionnaire with physical education classes (CSCEF) in the Latin American context
Keywords:Scholar satisfaction, Adherence to physical education class, Multidimensional psychometric model
The objective of this study was to validate the Satisfaction Questionnaire in Physical Education Classes (CSCEF) in the context of Latin America (Dominican Republic). 1298 students aged between 15 and 21 participated. The psychometric properties of the instrument were analysed. The results demonstrated that the best factor solution would be a multidimensional model represented by nine dimensions for the satisfaction construct, as well as a higher-order model. According to Cronbach's alpha and omega index, values between .66 and .99 were obtained. The Latin American version of the CSCEF was invariant with respect to gender. Although the results of this study support the validity and reliability of the instrument, some limitations identified in both the original and Spanish version of the questionnaire remain.
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