Battery of ice hockey skill tests
Six tests were developed for the purpose of measuring selected basic skills in ice hockey. The test-retest method indicated four tests as reliable. Validity coefficients for each of the four tests when compared to subjective ranking in each skill ranged from .75 to .96. Intercorrelations were computed among the tests. The puck carry test correlated with the other three tests and was determined the best single-item for measuring overall ability. It was concluded that an ice hockey test battery should include at least three of the tests. © 1969 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
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Merrifield, H. H. and Walford, Gerald A., "Battery of ice hockey skill tests" (1969). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 2599.