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|Title:||Motives for sport participation as predictors of motivation outcomes in track and field: A self-determination theory perspective|
|Publisher:||United States Sports Academy|
|Citation:||The Sport Journal 11(4), 2008|
|Abstract:||The extent to which motives for sport participation predict motivation outcomes was investigated in a study embracing self-determination theory and couched in Vallerand’s hierarchical model of motivation at the contextual level. Data were collected from 159 collegiate athletes. Motives for sport participation were assessed using the Sport Motivation Scale. Cognitive, affective, and behavioral measures were used to assess contextual motivation outcomes. Linear regression analyses examined the extent to which sport motives predicted motivation outcomes (satisfaction, concentration, and persistence). Amotivation emerged as a strong negative predictor of the outcome measures. External and introjected regulations and three intrinsic motives did not predict any of the motivation outcomes. The results do not support previous findings and offer only limited support of Vallerand’s model.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Sport|
Dept of Life Sciences Research Papers
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