METHODS
In a longitudinal study design, individual movement repertoire of 117 freshmen of Sport Sciences (± 19 years of age) were video-recorded while conducting the Movement Analysis Scales and Test (BAST), a 10-minute, two-part movement test with standardized and improvisation tasks. Both parts were analyzed independently by two trained raters in a double-blind approach. Body image data (DKB-35), Personality Inventory (NEO-PI-R) and the creative potential (TTCT) of students were determined. The inquiry was divided into self- and stranger-rating, which also enables recognition of implicit aspects of physical movement quality and body image. The second measurement is carried out in April 2017.