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Habeeb C & Eklund R (2016) The Development of an Individuals-Within-Dyads Multilevel Performance Measure for an Interactive Cheerleading Task, Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 20 (1), pp. 16-26.
Dyadic interactions generate direct relationships in which interdependent sport behaviors can be destructured. The focus of this investigation was to develop a two-level performance framework and corresponding measures of individual- and dyad-level sport performance. The described procedures surrounded a male-female cheerleading paired-stunt task, as only team-level outcomes are currently assessed during sport competition. Multiple observers employed the developed measures (α = .89 - .96; ICC = .87 - .95) to assess the videoed performance of 132 individuals nested within 66 intact dyads competing at a national competition. Unique information is revealed from each partner’s individual-level score, disjointedly assessed, and their dyad-level score, an assessment of combined efforts. Score differences are especially apparent when in contrast to an aggregated dyad-level score. A discussion of the outlined approach and interpretation of multilevel occurrences of interdependent processes and outcomes of sporting performance is provided.
Dyad; Individual; Performance; Measurement; Interdependence
|Authors||Habeeb Christine, Eklund Robert|
|Publication date online||19/10/2015|
|Publisher||Taylor and Francis|
Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science: Volume 20, Issue 1 (2015)