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The Exercise-Induced Feeling Inventory: Development and Initial Validation
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (JSEP)
This research describes the development and validation of a measure designed to assess feeling states that occur in conjunction with acute bouts of physical activity-the Exercise-Induced Feeling Inventory (EFI). The EFI consists of 12 items that capture four distinct feeling states: revitalization, tranquility, positive engagement, and physical exhaustion. The multidimensional structure of the EFI is supported by confirmatory factor analysis. The subscales have good internal consistency, sharedoi:10.1123/jsep.15.4.403 fatcat:zwthipowbfhqvfqtlexj5ia4u4