Competitive Sport Anxiety Inventory-2 (CSAI-2)

1.    I am concerned about this competition
2.    I feel nervous.
3.    I feel at ease.
4.    I have self-doubts.
5.    I feel jittery.
6.    I feel comfortable.
7.    I am concerned that I may not do as well in this competition as I could do.
8.    My body feels tense.
9.    I feel self-confident.
10.I am concerned about losing.
11.I feel tense in my stomach.
12.I feel secure.
13.I am concerned about choking under pressure.
14.My body feels relaxed.*
15.I’m confident I can meet the challenged
16.I’m concerned about performing poorly.
17.My heart is racing.
18.I’m confident about performing well.
19.I’m concerned about reaching my goal.
20.I feel my stomach sinking.
21.I feel mentally relaxed.
22.I’m concerned that others will be disappointed with my performance.
23.My hands are clammy.
24.I’m confident because I mentally picture myself reaching my goal.
25.I’m concerned I won’t be able to concentrate.
26.My body feels tight.
27.I’m confident coming through under pressure.
* reverse coded
 
Revised Competitive State Anxiety–2 (CSAI-2R)
Cox‚ Matthew and Russell
1.    I feel jittery (somatic anxiety‚ 5).
2.    I am concerned that I may not do as well in this competition as I could (cognitive anxiety‚ 7).
3.    I feel self-confident (self-confidence‚ 9).
4.    My body feels tense (somatic anxiety‚ 8).
5.    I am concerned about losing (cognitive anxiety‚ 10).
6.    I feel tense in my stomach (somatic anxiety‚ 11).
7.    I’m confident I can meet the challenge (self-confidence‚ 15).
8.    I am concerned about choking under pressure (cognitive anxiety‚ 13).
9.    My heart is racing (somatic anxiety‚ 17).
10.I’m confident about performing well (self-confidence‚ 18).
11.I’m concerned about performing poorly (cognitive anxiety‚ 16).
12.I feel my stomach sinking (somatic anxiety‚ 20).
13.I’m confident because I mentally picture myself reaching my goal (self-confidence‚24).
14.I’m concerned that others will be disappointed with my performance (cognitive anxiety‚ 22).
15.My hands are clammy (somatic anxiety‚ 23).
16.I’m confident of coming through under pressure (self-confidence‚ 27).
17.My body feels tight (somatic anxiety‚ 26)
 
Cognitive anxiety‚ Somatic anxiety‚ and Self-confidence
 
1=Not At All‚ 2=Somewhat‚ 3=Moderately So‚ 4=Very Much So
CSAI
Cognitive state anxiety: Sum items 1‚ 4‚ 7‚ 10‚ 13‚ 16‚ 19‚ 22‚ and 25.
Somatic state anxiety: Sum items 2‚ 5‚ 8‚ 11‚ 14‚ 17‚ 20‚ 23‚ and 26.
Self-confidence: Sum items 3‚ 6‚ 9‚ 12‚ 15‚ 18‚ 21‚ 24‚ and 27.
CSAI-2R
Somatic anxiety: 1‚ 4‚ 6‚ 9‚ 12‚ 15‚ 17
Cognitive anxiety: 2‚ 5‚ 8‚ 11‚ 14
Self-confidence: 3‚ 7‚ 10‚ 13‚ 16
 
 

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Martens‚ R.‚ Vealey‚ R.S.‚ & Burton‚ D. (1990) Competitive anxiety in sport‚ Human Kinetics: Champaign‚ IL.

Cox‚ Rich‎ard H.‚ Martens‚Matthew P.‚ and Russell‚ William D. (2003). Measuring Anxiety in Athletics: The Revised Competitive State Anxiety Inventory–2. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology‚ 25‚ 519- 533.