In this study, it was aimed to develop a measurement tool to determine the performance of undergraduate students who are engaged in at least one sport branch within the scope of self-regulation skills. After examining the developed self-regulation models, Zimmerman's Self-Regulated Learning Model was taken as a theoretical basis, and after the item pool was created, the scale was finalized with the opinions of the relevant field experts in line with the content validity. 271 student athletes were contacted for Explanatory Factor Analysis (EFA) and criterion validity analyses, and the participants were asked to fill in the Physical Activity Enjoyment Scale (PACES) and the candidate scale. The findings revealed the cyclical three-factor structure of the candidate scale, and also showed that it was moderately positively correlated with the criterion FAQ. In order to verify the 18-item three-factor structure obtained in the second stage of the study, 198 students were reached by determining a different sample, and First and Second-Order Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) was performed with the collected data. The findings revealed that the structure determined by EFA was confirmed by CFA and the scale was valid. In the analyses made for reliability, the Cronbach Alpha internal consistency coefficient was calculated as .92 for the overall scale, .84 for the planning sub-dimension, .81 for the implementation sub-dimension, .85 for the evaluation sub-dimension, and .88 for the two-half reliability. In the third stage of the study, the measurements collected from 53 students at four-week intervals were compared and the test-retest reliability was calculated as .98. The results show that the cyclical three-factor structure of the scale is valid and reliable.
Sportıve, Self-regulation, Scale