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GEQGraphic Equalizer
GEQGreater Than or Equal To
GEQGreater or Equal
GEQGroup Environment Questionnaire (group cohesion)
GEQGood Enough Quality
GEQGain Equalizer (fiber optics)
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The GEQ does not measure the policing of women's bodies and sexual behaviors, an important dimension of gender harassment for this population.
The GEQ assesses an individual's perception of the four separate elements of group cohesion using an 18-item questionnaire to which responses are given on a 9 point Likert scale ranging from 1 ("strongly disagree") to 9 ("strongly agree").
The comments of the authors of the GEQ (Carron & Brawley, 2000), in which they justify that the refining of a scale, including its reliability and validity, is an ongoing process, should be taken into account.
The GEQ consists of 38 questions on a 5 point Likert Scale.
Any link between MCQdiff and a negative or neutral emotional reaction to the game is not suggested by statistical testing of participants' GEQ self-reports.
The GEQ and SMS were alternately ordered in the packets to avoid any biases that may have arisen due to questionnaire placement.
Before starting any mental training, baseline psychological testing was conducted in which MST lugers completed the GEQ prior to practice and the CSAI-2 prior to their first practice run.
This analysis was carried out for both the CEQS and the GEQ scales.
A modified version of the GEQ (Widmeyer, Brawley, & Carron, 1985) was used to assess four components of team cohesion: group integration task (GIT; e.
Tanto es asi que, aun existiendo algunas voces discordantes que han cuestionado su validez (Carless y De Paola, 2000; Dion, 2000; Sullivan, Short y Cramer, 2002), el GEQ ha sido utilizado en multitud de investigaciones y se ha validado en diferentes idiomas y culturas (Balaguer y cols, 2004; Carron, Colman, Wheeler y Stevens, 2002; Heuze, Raimbault y Fontayne, 2006), siendo la prueba psicometrica mas utilizada para medir la cohesion en equipos deportivos.
1995; Westre & Weiss, 1991) in their examination of coaching styles using the LSS and GEQ.