MIQ-C

The Movement Imagery Questionnaire for Children (MIQ-C; Martini, Carter, Yoxon, Cumming, & Ste-Marie, 2016) is an adapted version of the MIQ-3 (Williams Cumming, Ntoumanis, Nordin-Bates, Ramsey, & Hall, 2012).

It is also a 12-item questionnaire, but the instructions have been modified to make it suitable for use with children between the ages of 7 and 12 years.  It assess children’s ability to image four movements using internal visual imagery, external visual imagery, and kinesthetic imagery.

The MIQ-C has good psychometric properties and internal reliability.


Papers published that have used the MIQ-C:

Martini, R., Carter, M. J., Yoxon, E., Cumming, J., Ste-Marie, D. M. (2016). Development and validation of the Movement Imagery Questionnaire for Children (MIQ-C). Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 20, 190-201. doi: 10.1016/j.psychsport.2015.08.008 or download here

Quinton, M. L., Cumming, J., Gray, R., Geeson, J., Crowley, H., Cooper, A., & Williams, S. E. (2014). A PETTLEP imagery intervention with young athletes. Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity. doi: 10.1515/jirspa-2014-000

Abstracts published that have used the MIQ-C:

Carter, M. J., Ste-Marie, D. M., Cummings, J., & Martini, R. (2012). Movement imagery ability in boys and girls 7 to 12 years old. Journal of Exercise, Movement, and Sport, 44(1).

Carter, M. J., Yoxon, E., Ste-Marie, D. M., Cumming, J., Martini, R. (2013). The validation of a movement imagery questionnaire for children (MIQ-C). Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 35, S23-24.

* If you have used the MIQ-3 and would like to add your citation to this list, please email J.Cumming@Bham.ac.uk.

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