TSRQTreatment Self-Regulation Questionnaire
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A paired samples t-test was completed on pre- and post-test measures of the PCS and TSRQ, grouped by respective construct to measure differences in mean group values.
The three motivational constructs of the TSRQ were analyzed according to the principal components analysis.
La primera version del TSRQ fue desarrollada por Ryan y Connell (1989).
Las diferentes adaptaciones del TSRQ han incluido entre 15 y 19 items, centrandose en medir los tipos de regulacion contemplados en la motivacion extrinseca.
Estudios recientes usando el TSRq han mostrado una relacion positiva entre los motivos autodeterminados y conductas saludables en poblacion clinica.
A pesar de las importantes contribuciones que hasta la fecha se han realizado con las diferentes versiones del TSRQ, este instrumento ha sido adaptado generalmente a conductas especificas de salud y aplicado a poblaciones clinicas.
El objetivo de este estudio fue adaptar al contexto espanol la estructura factorial del TSRQ de la version de Levesque et al.
TSRQ = Treatment Self-Regulation Questionnaire; higher scores on the Exercise Commitment Index indicated a larger commitment; higher scores on the reasons for eating a healthier diet and for exercising indicated a higher motivation level.
Analyses revealed that patients' autonomous motivation, assessed with the TSRQ, was a strong positive predictor of adherence.
Patients completed both the TSRQ to assess their autonomous motivation and the HCCQ to assess their perceptions of the autonomy-supportiveness of the program staff.
Williams, Freedman, and Deci (1998) studied patients with diabetes who completed both the HCCQ and the TSRQ, and whose HbA1c values were obtained from blood samples.
Finally, in a study of smoking cessation (Williams & Deci, 1996b), primary care physicians used the National Cancer Institute guidelines (Glynn, Manley, & Pechacek, 1990) to counsel patients who completed the HCCQ and TSRQ. Results indicated that 6-month cessation, assessed with self-reports and carbon monoxide validation, was significantly predicted by patients' autonomous motivation, and that autonomous motivation was significantly predicted by the perceived autonomy support of the physicians.