PLOC


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AcronymDefinition
PLOCPeripheral Location
PLOCPersistent Lines of Code
PLOCPerceived Locus of Causality
PLOCPurchase Line Of Credit
PLOCProlonged Loss of Communication (aviation)
PLOCPretending to Laugh out of Courtesy
PLOCPetroleum Leadership and Outlook Conference
PLOCProbability of Loss of Control (flight safety)
PLOCPittsburgh Local Organizing Committee
PLOCPlanning Leading Organizing Controlling
PLOCPhysical Line of Code (computer programming)
PLOCProtective Level of Care
PLOCProgrammable Lab on A Chip
PLOCPrimary Local Exchange Carrier
PLOCPacific LandWarNet Operations Center (US Navy)
PLOCPukekohe Light Opera Club, Inc. (Pukekohe, South Auckland, New Zealand)
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Roberts, Joe, & This study tested Parents with Rowe-Hallbert (1992) the PLOC for children between 2 reliability and to 12 years old.
The PLOC is the only scale created specifically to measure contextual motivation in physical education classes.
The purpose of this first study was to adapt the PLOC scale to Spanish.
An initial analysis of the psychometric properties of the PLOC was conducted to determine its validity and reliability in the Spanish context.
We administered the PLOC twice, with a 4-week interval.
Future research should continue to analyze the validity of the Spanish version of the PLOC with different samples, attempting to solve these problems.
In this study, we analyzed the psychometric properties of the PLOC with a new sample of students, including an analysis of factor invariance, and we confirmed criterion validity by relating self-determined motivation to 2 x 2 achievement goals.
We used the Spanish version of the PLOC (Goudas et al.
Firstly, we analyzed the psychometric properties of the PLOC through confirmatory factor analysis, analysis of factor invariance, and analysis of internal consistency with Cronbach's alpha.