The Outcome Expectations for Exercise Scale (OEE) contains 9 statements rated by participants using a 5-point likert scale from 1 “Strongly Disagree” to 5 “Strongly Agree”.
Reliability and Validity
Internal consistency of the scale α = .89.
Internal consistency in a sample of long-term care facility residents α = .87.
Concurrent validity – significant positive correlations with measures of exercise behavior (ß= .39, p < .05).
Concurrent validity – OEE detects significant difference between individuals who exercise regularly and those who do not (F = 31.3, p < .05, ß2= .15).
Construct validity – positive correlation with measures of self-efficacy expectations (r = .66, p = < .05).
Administration, Analysis and Reporting
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Resnick, B, SI Zimmerman, D Orwig, A-L Furstenberg, J Magaziner (2000) Outcome expectations for Exercise Scale: Utility and psychometrics. Journals of Gerontology: Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. Vol 55B(6) S352-S356.