Measurement in Physical Education

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index
AAHPER test norms, 428
AAHPER youth fitness test, 110
ACH index, 270
Acquaintance volume test, 351
Adams scale, for attitude, 345
Administering tests, skills and techniques, 392
Administrative feasibility, 30
Aerobic, 6
Aerobic capacity, 232
Age-height-weight tables, 263
Agility, 144
Alignometer, 307
Analysis of test scores, 33
Anecdotal record, 356
Angels in the snow, 200
Anteroposterior posture tests, 303
Anthropometry, 19
Application measurement, 15
Application test results, 394
Area, normal curve, 44
Arm strength, 88
Army Air Force test, 144
Army physical efficiency test, 147
Athletic quotient, 180
Attitudes, measurement of, 342
Average, in test scores, 35
Back lift, 83
Badminton knowledge test, 369
Balance, 198
Balance beam, 198
Balke treadmill test, 235
Barach index, 238
Barrow motor ability test, 170
Bar snap, 172-174
Baseball, classification, 209
Baseball throw, 174
Basketball, women's achievement in, 210
Basketball throw, 167
Basketball wall pass, 193
Bench push-ups, 153
Bent-knee sit-ups, 119
Beyrer, M. K., 2
Blanchard rating scale, 348
Blood pressure, measurement of, 233
Body density, 292
Body mechanics, 10 evaluation of, 297 functional appraisal of, 314
Borleske touch football test, 218
Bowling norms, 217
Boys fitness test (President's Council), 153
Brady volleyball test, 225
Broer- Miller tennis test, 222
Brownell, C., 4
Burger test, 238
Cable-tension ankle plantar flexion, 95
Cable-tension elbow flexion, 95
Cable-tension strength tests, 94
California physical performance test, 119
Callan step test, 257
Cardiovascular condition, variables in, 231
Cardiovascular fitness, 6 characteristics of, 232 tests of, 9, 229
Carlson fatigue curve test, 238
Center of gravity test, 310
Central tendency, 35
Chaloupka power test for elementary schools, 150
Champlin, E., 1
Clarke case study form, 397
Clarke footprint angle, 322
Clarke health-habit questionnaire, 399
Classification, indexes for, 162 methods of, 161 types of, 160
Classifying students, 13
Coefficient, of correlation, 27 of determination, 57
Coordination, 144
Cornish handball test, 220
Correlated observations, 65

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter 1 Approach to Measurement and Evaluation 1
  • Bibliography 23
  • Chapter 2 Test Selection 25
  • Chapter 3 Analysis of Test Scores 33
  • Bibliography 71
  • Chapter 4 Measuring Strength 72
  • Bibliography 107
  • Chapter 5 Motor Fitness Tests 109
  • Bibliography 156
  • Chapter 6 General Motor Ability 157
  • Bibliography 201
  • Chapter 7 Sports Skill Testing 204
  • Bibliography 228
  • Chapter 8 Cardiovascular Tests 229
  • Bibliography 258
  • Chapter 9 Nutritional Measurements and Somatotype 260
  • Bibliography 295
  • Chapter 10 Evaluation of Body Mechanics 297
  • Introduction 297
  • Bibliography 336
  • Chapter 11 Evaluation of Social Development 338
  • Bibliography 358
  • Chapter 12 Sports Knowledge Tests 360
  • Bibliography 372
  • Chapter 13 Marking in Physical Education 374
  • Bibliography 390
  • Chapter 14 Organization and Administration of the Measurement Program 391
  • Bibliography 404
  • Appendix a Table of Square Roots of Numbers from 1 to 1000 405
  • Appendix B Suggested Laboratory Exercises 416
  • Appendix C the New Britain System 420
  • Appendix D Norms for Aahper Youth Fitness Test 428
  • Appendix E Norms for Kirchner Motor Fitness Test 452
  • Appendix F Norms for Oregon Motor Fitness Test 456
  • Index 463
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