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Hungarian Adaptation of the Sport Commitment Questionnaire-2 and Test of an Expanded Model with Psychological Variables

Published Online: 08 May 2020
Page range: 15 - 26
Received: 04 Jun 2018
Accepted: 20 Jan 2020
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The aims of this study were to adapt the Hungarian version of the Sport Commitment Questionnaire-2 and test an expanded Sport Commitment Model (SCM) with psychological variables.

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