Health Belief Model Scale and Theory of Planned Behavior Scale to Assess Attitudes and Perceptions of Injury Prevention Program Participation: An Exploratory Factor Analysis

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Health Belief Model Scale and Theory of Planned Behavior Scale to Assess Attitudes and Perceptions of Injury Prevention Program Participation: An Exploratory Factor Analysis

To examine the psychometric properties of the Health Belief Model Scale (HBMS) and Theory of Planned Behavior Scale (TPBS), and determine construct validity by evaluating which subscales were most associated with intention to participate in an Exercise-Related Injury Prevention Program (ERIPP) within physically active adults.

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