Category: Measures


The EPL is happy to provide access to several measures that were developed by members of the lab and are often requested by other researchers.  Today we are featuring the Self-Efficacy for Walking Scale – Distance (SEW-Dist; McAuley, Courneya, & Lettunich, 1991).

Please feel free to use the SEW-Dist in your own research.

The EPL is happy to provide access to several measures that were developed by members of the lab and are often requested by other researchers.

Today we are featuring the Self-Efficacy for Walking Scale – Duration (SEW-Dur; McAuley, Blissmer, Katula, & Duncan, 2000).

Please feel free to use the SEW-Dur in your own research.


The Causal Dimension Scale – II


The EPL is happy to provide access to several measures that were developed by members of the lab and are often requested by other researchers.

Today we are featuring the 
Causal Dimension Scale – II
 (CDS-II; McAuley, Duncan, & Russell, 1992).

Please feel free to use the CDS-II in your own research.

The EPL is happy to provide access to several measures that were developed by members of the lab and are often requested by other researchers.

Today we are featuring the Barriers Self-Efficacy Scale (BARSE; McAuley, 1992).

Please feel free to use the BARSE in your own research!

The EPL is happy to provide access to several measures that were developed by members of the lab and are often requested by other researchers.

Today we are featuring the Multidimensional Outcome Expectations for Exercise Scale (MOEES; Wójcicki, White, & McAuley, 2009).

Please feel free to use the MOEES in your own research!

The EPL is happy to provide access to several measures that were developed by members of the lab and are often requested by other researchers.

Today we are featuring the Exercise Self-Efficacy Scale (McAuley, 1993).

Please feel free to use the EXSE in your own research!