Implemented in 1986, the purpose of this study was to develop measures of perceived social support specific to health-related eating and exercise behaviors. These measures have been used in abbreviated versions. The physical activity measures were identified in GRAD to refer to "Physical Activity", and they were used in NQLS as 3-item scales.
Sallis, J.F., Grossman, R.M., Pinski, R.B., Patterson, T.L., and Nader, P.R. (1987). The development of scales to measure social support for diet and exercise behaviors. Preventive Medicine, 16, 825-836.
French translation of social support survey by laboratory of Alain P. Gauthier, B.E.P.S., M.A., Laurentian University. Please direct questions to email@example.com or (705) 675-1151 ext: 1071.
Reference: Theodoropoulou, E., Karteroliotis, K. & Stavrou, N. (2014). Validity and reliability of Greek versions of two scales assessing family and friend support for exercise behaviour. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 118(1), 26-40.