Self-Efficacy to Reduce Sedentary Behavior (SRSB) Questionnaire
A 9-item questionnaire designed to evaluate self-efficacy to reduce sedentary behavior.
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Evaluate self-efficacy to reduce sedentary behavior
Researchers at the University of Minnesota have developed the Self-Efficacy to Reduce Sedentary Behavior (SRSB) Questionnaire to evaluate an individual’s confidence in their ability to reduce their sedentary behavior time. Although related to self-efficacy for exercise, self-efficacy to reduce sedentary behavior is a distinct construct defined according to the Sedentary Behavior Research Network – Terminology Consensus Project as any behavior done while awake that uses a small amount of energy and occurs while sitting, reclining, or lying down. The 9-item questionnaire uses individual item scores ranging from 1 to 5, with 1 representing low self-efficacy and 5 representing high self-efficacy. The total SRSB score is the sum of the 9 individual item scores, ranging from 9 to 45, with higher scores representing greater self-efficacy to reduce sedentary behavior. This questionnaire has commercial potential for use as a tool in intervention studies designed to change sedentary behavior.
- Mary Whipple, PhD, RN, PHN Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
- Whipple MO, Bergouignan A, Hooker SA (2023 May 19), Development and Initial Validation of a Measure to Assess Self-Efficacy to Reduce Sedentary Behavior, Med Sci Sports Exerc
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