Javier Sevil Serrano

Javier Sevil Serrano
Universidad de Extremadura | UNEX · Department of Didactics of Music, Plastic and Body Expression

Doctor of Education

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Introduction
Lecturer at the Faculty of Teaching Training in the University of Extremadura, Cáceres, Spain Twitter: @jsevilsphd Twitter groups: @edufisaludable and @ACAFYDEX E-mail: jsevils@unex.es . Research lines. 1.- Relationship between 24-hour movement guidelines and different health indicators. 2.- School-based healthy lifestyle interventions. 3.- (De)motivating teaching styles and motivation in Physical Education.
Additional affiliations
February 2019 - October 2019
University of Zaragoza
Position
  • PostDoc Position
November 2014 - present
University of Zaragoza
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
February 2019 - October 2019
University of Zaragoza
Field of study
  • Motivation in physical education and health-related behaviours
November 2014 - November 2018
University of Zaragoza
Field of study
  • Motivation in physical education
September 2013 - July 2014
Universidad de Extremadura
Field of study
  • Motivation and Decision-making

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Publications (123)
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Based on self-determination theory (SDT), the aims of this study were to adapt the Psychological Need Thwarting Scale to active commuting to and from school, as well as to gather information about validity and reliability of the Basic Psychological Need Frustration Scale in Active Commuting to and from School (BPNFS-ACS). A total of 285 children an...
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Abstract Most studies have shown a decline in the adherence to 24-Hour Movement Guidelines because of Covid-19 lockdown. However, there is little evidence regarding changes 1-year after the pandemic in these guidelines and their possible impact on academic performance. The study aims were: (1) to examine the possible changes in 24-Hour Movement Gui...
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Background A substantial body of research have shown that parents' behaviours are closely linked to children's behaviours. Although some studies have reported positive association between parents' and youths' physical activity, especially in same sex (father-son; mother-daughter), further studies are required to strengthen these preliminary finding...
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Coaches’ motivating style plays a key role in athletes’ motivational outcomes. However, limited research has explored the effects of athletes’ perceptions of coaches’ need-supportive and controlling styles on the bright and dark motivational pathways in the sport setting, and particularly in young water polo players, where one out of two players dr...
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Background Multiple health-risk behaviours such as physical inactivity, excessive recreational screen time, and insufficient sleep have been independently and positively associated with poor adherence to the Mediterranean diet in adolescents. However, little is known about the combined association between 24-Hour Movement Guidelines (i.e., physical...
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Purpose : Grounded in self-determination theory, this study examined gender latent mean differences in students’ perceptions of externally and internally controlling teaching behaviors, basic psychological need frustration, controlled motivation, amotivation, and oppositional defiance in the physical education context. Moreover, it analyzed the dif...
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Sedentary behaviour and screen‐based devices in particular have been negatively associated with a wide range of health and educational indicators. However, few have examined these relationships separately for school days and non‐school days, and none have used a person‐centred approach. This study aimed to identify school and non‐school day screen...
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Resumen. La implementación por parte del entrenador de modelos pedagógicos centrados en la comprensión se ha asociado a una mejora del proceso motivacional de los deportistas. Sin embargo, existe un limitado número de estudios que hayan comparado diferentes modelos pedagógicos en variables motivacionales en deportistas en formación. Bajo el sustent...
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Resumen. La Covid-19 ha provocado que el profesorado de Educación Física (EF), haya tenido que realizar adaptaciones en sus clases para garantizar su salud y la del alumnado. Por ello, el objetivo del estudio fue conocer la percepción del profesorado de EF sobre los cambios provocados por la Covid-19 en la enseñanza presencial de la EF. Participaro...
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Background: Consistent with self-determination theory (SDT), teachers may differ in the motivating style used to motivate students in physical education (PE). When relying on need-supportive behaviors, teachers attempt to provide students with opportunities for choices and initiative (autonomy support), valuable information and feedback (competence...
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Purpose Meeting the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines (physical activity, screen time, and sleep duration) has been associated with positive health indicators. However, there are no previous meta-analyses that have examined the overall adherence to the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines from pre-school to adolescence across the world. Therefore, the main purpos...
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Purpose: Grounded in social ecological model and self-determination theory, the aim of this study was to qualitatively evaluate the first and second year follow-ups of a community-based healthy lifestyle programme on health-related behaviors, and outcomes in disadvantaged adult women. Methods: Eleven disadvantaged adult women (M = 37.72; SD = 8.34)...
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Multiple health-risk behaviors such as physical inactivity, sedentary behaviors or unhealthy diet represent a public health problem among adolescents. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of a school-based intervention on 24-hour movement behaviors (i.e., physical activity, screen-based behaviors, and sleep), Mediterranean diet, and self...
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Redactar un Trabajo Fin de Grado (TFG) o un Trabajo Fin de Máster (TFM) puede suponer grandes dificultades al alumnado, debido a que no existe ninguna asignatura con docencia específica en los planes de estudios que explique cómo realizar este tipo de trabajos. En ocasiones, es habitual escuchar “¿En qué consiste un TFG/TFM?, ¿qué modalidades exist...
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Aunque algunos estudios señalan que el uso de la evaluación formativa podría favorecer una motivación más autónoma, la realidad docente nos muestra cómo la aplicación de la evaluación formativa no es siempre tan sencilla como indica la teoría, pudiendo generar en el alumnado desmotivación, indisciplina, aburrimiento, etc., si no se enfoca o aplica...
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Puede descargar gratuitamente el capítulo, así como el libro completo en el siguiente enlace: https://doi.org/10.26754/uz.978-84-18321-22-1 You can download the chapter for free, as well as the complete book (in Spanish) at the following link: https://doi.org/10.26754/uz.978-84-18321-22-1
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En este capítulo abordaremos se aborda qué climas motivacionales se pueden desarrollar durante las clases de Educación Física desde la teoría de las metas de logro (Ames, 1992; Nicholls, 1989) para obtener consecuencias positivas de índole afectivo, cognitivo y comportamental. Asimismo, se detallan propuestas y ejemplos que ayuden a los docentes a...
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Todos los docentes de Educación Física han evidenciado cómo las destrezas docentes (información inicial, feedback, organización y control del grupo y la distribución del tiempo de práctica) son interdependientes entre sí, determinando el carácter multidimensional de la intervención docente. En este capítulo, se analizará la influencia de cada destr...
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La enseñanza de la Educación Física y el deporte en estudiantes de Educación Superior exige una docencia presencial. Sin embargo, con la llegada de la Covid-19, la docencia universitaria en el curso 2020-2021 es semipresencial en algunas universidades españolas. Por ello, esta experiencia de innovación docente plantea el uso de la plataforma LINCE...
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Objective This study aims to examine the independent and combined associations of 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for physical activity, screen time, and sleep duration with academic achievement in adolescent males and females. Design Cross-sectional study. Method 1290 Spanish adolescents (565 females), aged 11 to 16 years (13.06 ± 0.84), participate...
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El profesorado de Educación Secundaria no dispone de espacios temporale para crear un clima de trabajo cálido con los compañeros de trabajo. En consecuencia, los programas de actividad física entre el profesorado de un centro, puede ser una herramienta adecuada para lograr relaciones interpersonales de mayor calidad. El objetivo del estudio fue eva...
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he coach is one of the most influential agents in the sport commitment of youth players. Grounded in self-determination theory (SDT), numerous studies have examined the influence of the coach’s autonomy-supportive behaviours on athletes’ motivation. However, fewer studies have examined the influence of the coach’s controlling behaviours. The aim of...
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Based on Farber’s burnout proposal, the first aim of this study was to examine the psychometric properties of the short version of the Burnout Clinical Subtype Questionnaire (BCSQ-12) in secondary school teachers. The second aim of the study was to examine possible differences in the burnout subtypes in terms of gender, type of school, and teaching...
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The relationship between both coaches’ need-supportive and controlling behaviors and different athletes’ motivational outcomes has been previously examined. However, little is known about the coexistence of coaches’ need-supportive and controlling behaviors in the sports context and even less, about what coach’s motivating style configuration may y...
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This work consists of the elaboration and presentation of a pyramid mobility measure for the population and provide guidelines on how to improve this behavior in our daily trips, to an improvement of our individual health and socio-environmental health. It is the product of a collaboration of the Andalusian Health and Environment Observatory (OSMAN...
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Body dissatisfaction (BD) is a significant concern among adolescents. We extend previous research by testing whether gender could moderate the relationship between physical activity (PA) and BD according to adolescents’ body mass index (BMI). 2,026 adolescents; 1,127 boys (13.13 ± 0.92) and 899 girls (13.06 ± 0.86), from 22 high schools in Spain, p...
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Multiple health-risk behaviors such as physical inactivity, sedentary behaviors or unhealthy diet represent a public health problem among adolescents. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of a school-based intervention on 24-hour movement behaviors (i.e., physical activity, screen-based behaviors, and sleep), Mediterranean diet, and self...
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Grounded in self-determination theory (SDT), perceived task variety has been related to motivational outcomes and physical activity-related behaviors in exercise settings. However, no studies have examined the role of perceived task variety in Physical Education (PE) from an SDT perspective. This cross-sectional study aspires to expand the role of...
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Following self-determination theory, the objective of this study was to analyse whether pupils’ perception of support to basic psychological needs (autonomy, competence and relatedness) and teachers’ controlling style (internal and external) predict pupils’ experience in physical education classes. A total of 942 Compulsory Secondary Education (CSE...
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Grounded in self-determination theory, this study aimed to qualitatively examine women’s perception of a set of motivational and affective consequences during and immediately after a physical activity intervention. In total, 11 disadvantaged adult women participated in this 20-month intervention. A total of 102 physical activity sessions based on n...
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Novelty satisfaction has recently been associated with positive outcomes in physical education (PE) lessons. Grounded in self-determination theory, this study aimed to examine the relationships between need-supportive teaching behaviours in PE and students’ satisfaction of basic psychological needs (BPNs), novelty satisfaction, and intention to be...
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Background: The 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for adolescents recommend ≥60 min/day of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (PA), ≤ 2 h/day of screen time, and 8-10 h/day of sleep. Since little information is available on the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines in Spanish adolescents, this study aims to estimate the proportion of Spanish adolescents meeti...
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Grounded in self-determination theory, this study examines the effects of a leisure-time physical activity (LTPA) intervention with work colleagues on work-related outcomes of relatedness satisfaction, engagement factors, satisfaction, and burnout subtypes. Fifty-seven teachers (Mage = 46.81 ± 7.90), from two secondary schools randomized as an expe...
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En los últimos años, se ha producido un aumento de las enfermedades no transmisibles en los países desarrollados, entre las que se destacan las enfermedades cardiovasculares, la diabetes tipo II, las enfermedades respiratorias crónicas y el cáncer. Concretamente, las enfermedades no transmisibles son responsables del 71% de las muertes anuales en t...
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There are no validated instruments to date that have examined the students' perceptions of externally and internally controlling teaching practices in physical education (PE). Grounded in self-determination theory, the objective of this research was to provide validity and reliability evidence of the Controlling Teaching Scale for Physical Educatio...
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Grounded in self-determination theory, this pre-experimental study analyzed the effects of a hybrid teaching games for understanding/sport education (TGfU/SE) volleyball teaching unit on students’ motivational outcomes, using a mixed-method approach. It also examined whether the intervention was equally effective for boys and girls. Participants we...
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Efecto de la combinación metodológica de aula invertida e instrucción entre pares en las calificaciones académicas de estudiantes universitarios de Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte Effect of the methodological combination based on flipped classroom and peer instruction on the grades of university students of Physical Activity and Sport...
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Despite the benefits of adopting a healthy lifestyle, a large percentage of young people do not meet the established recommendations for these health-related behaviors. Developing multiple health behavior interventions are, therefore, required. Although school has been considered an ideal setting to promote healthy lifestyles in children and adoles...
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There are no systematic reviews that have identified the existing studies assessing active commuting physical activity (PA) to and from (to/from) school using objective measures, as well as the contribution of both walking and cycling to/from school to PA levels. To fill this gap in the literature, this systematic review will aim (a) to identify ex...
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Grounded in Self-Determination Theory (SDT), this study aims to examine whether the effects of a hybrid Sport Education (SE)/Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) a volleyball teaching unit were equally effective on a set of SDT-related variables according to students’ initial motivations. A pre-experimental pre-/post-test design without a contro...
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This research aimed to adapt the teachers', parents', and peers' Spanish versions of the Perceived Autonomy Support Scale for Exercise Settings to the active commuting to and from school context (Perceived Autonomy Support Scale for Active Commuting to and from School, PASS-ACS) among children and adolescents. In Study 1 (n = 236 students), a four-...
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ESTA ES UNA VISTA PREVIA DEL LIBRO. PARA ACCESO COMPLETO: https://puz.unizar.es/2360-accion-docente-en-educacion-fisica-y-actividades-fisico-deportivas-teoria-basada-en-evidencias-cientificas.html En el presente libro, destinado a profesionales de la Educación Física y de las actividades físico-deportivas, se abordan distintas temáticas relacionad...
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RESUMEN El objetivo de este estudio fue determinar, en una muestra de adolescentes, el tiempo diario de uso de la televisión (TV), el ordenador, los videojuegos y el teléfono móvil, así como el cumplimiento de las recomendaciones de tiempo de uso de dichos medios tecnológicos de pantalla (MTP), en función del curso académico (i.e., desde 1º de Educ...
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The aim was to examine the effects of a multicomponent school-based intervention on psychological correlates of physical activity (PA) in physical education (PE) and leisure-time PA settings. Two hundred and ten students (M = 13.06 ± 0.61) were assigned either to a control or an experimental school. Curricular and extracurricular PA actions were de...
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The aim of this study was to describe the usual mode of commuting to and from school in adolescents of Huesca and its association with gender and academic year. A total of 1,709 adolescents (Mage=14.20; DT=1.56; 51.7% girls) from 1st-year of middle school [Spanish acronym, ESO] to 1st-year high school) participated in this study. A questionnaire of...
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Introduction: Autonomy, competence, and relatedness need satisfaction has been associated with several health-related outcomes in multiple life domains. However, no studies have analysed the role of these needs in an active commuting to and from school context. Grounded in self-determination theory, this research aimed to adapt the Spanish physical...
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La Red Aragonesa de Escuelas Promotoras de Salud (RAEPS) integra a aquellos centros educativos aragoneses acreditados como escuelas promotoras de salud. Una escuela promotora de salud es un centro escolar que prioriza en su proyecto educativo la promoción de la salud y facilita su adopción por toda la comunidad educativa.
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The research objective was to know the mean daily usage time of screen-based devices (Television [TV], computer, video games, and mobile phone), as well as compliance with screen time recommendations for these devices. Likewise, the differences in the four electronic devices were examined according to gender and type of day (i.e., weekdays and week...
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El Congreso Internacional “Capas Cité – Ciudad”: Liderazgo en la promoción de la actividad física: Estrategias efectivas en la movilización de activos / Leadership in physical activity promotion: Effective strategies for mobilizing assets (https://congresohuesca.capas-c.eu/), organizado por CAPAS Cité-Ciudad (https://capas-c.eu/), tuvo lugar entre...
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La inactividad física junto con otros comportamientos de riesgo son algunas causas del preocupante estado de salud que prevalece en las poblaciones desfavorecidas, especialmente en aquellos sujetos de etnia gitana. Las mujeres gitanas, debido a la adopción de comportamientos de riesgo, tienden a sufrir obesidad, enfermedades cardiovasculares y resp...
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This study describes a Pyrenean cross-cultural structure called Centre for the Promotion of Physical Activity and Health (CAPAS-City) that was created to promote physical activity (PA) in Huesca (Spain) and Tarbes (France). The main aim of this centre is to lead the way in the design, implementation, and evaluation of multilevel PA interventions to...
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Using the Multicontext Stressors Scale (MSS), this study investigates which factorial structure should be used to measure teacher stressors, and the extent to which this factorial structure of MSS remains invariant across gender. Subsequently, grounded in self-determination theory, the present study also examines the extent to which stressors may d...
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The aim of this study was to identify the prevalence and clustering of health-related behaviors in Spanish adolescents and to examine their association with sex, body mass index (BMI), different types of sedentary screen time, and adherence to 24-hour movement guidelines. A final sample of 173 students (M = 12.99 ± 0.51) participated in this study....
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Purpose: Despite the well-known health benefits of physical activity (PA), disadvantaged populations usually have lower PA levels than the rest of the population. Some intra- and interpersonal factors such as different types of barriers to PA may influence PA levels, particularly among disadvantaged adult women. The first aim of this qualitative st...
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Grounded in self-determination theory (SDT), prior research has demonstrated that physical education (PE) teachers may have different reasons to engage in teaching. Although some person-centered studies have identified varied motivational profiles in PE teachers, none of these studies have included the three forms of motivation (i.e., autonomous mo...
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Ce guide est destiné particulièrement aux professeurs d’éducation physique et sportive (EPS) de l’enseignement secondaire et leur propose des actions et des stratégies qui se sont avérées efficaces quant à l’utilisation des TIC (technologies de l’information et de la communication) pour la promotion d’habitudes de vie favorables à la santé. Les TI...
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Esta guía va dirigida, especialmente, al profesorado de Educación Física (EF) de Educación Secundaria, el cual podrá obtener acciones y estrategias que han sido efectivas en el uso de las TIC (Tecnologías de la Información y Comunicación) para la promoción de hábitos saludables. Las TIC pueden ayudar a la comunidad educativa a conseguir un centro...
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Recent research in different types of employees has suggested that burnout and engagement at work may co-occur to different degrees. However, little is known about the interplay between burnout and engagement among secondary school teachers. Using a person-centered approach, this study examined which configurations of the three Farber burnout subty...
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50 free online copies at this link: https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/jpywqQiY7Ix8thWExtYZ/full?target=10.1080/17408989.2019.1592145 Background: A distinction is made in Achievement Goal Theory (AGT) between task-oriented (i.e., effort, intra-individual progress, and self-comparison) and ego-oriented (i.e., inter-individual progress and normativ...
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La presente guía es producto del trabajo realizado a través de la concesión del proyecto I+D+i “Promoción de la salud y el bienestar del alumnado y profesorado de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria a través del programa integral de intervención Sigue la Huella” (EDU2013-42048-R), financiado por el Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad. El estudio c...
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Abstract Introduction: Although some studies suggest that Physical Education teachers experience more burnout than teachers of other subjects, the analysis of the main stressors with the Physical Education teachers has been scarce so far. Aim: Firstly, the present study aims to identify the main stressors perceived by the Physical Education teach...