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// Tag: Achievement Motivation

Interactions of Motivation

Posted 2 years ago Emily Cheek 2 minute read comments

Theories of Motivation Motivation is a key aspect of sport and can be used to predict an individual’s behaviour during a performance depending on […]

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Self-talk as a tool for performance development

Posted 2 years ago Frank Heggebo 2 minute read comment

Self-talk is considered one of the main psychological strategies for developing a better mental state in sports context and it can take several forms: […]

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Creating a mastery-oriented performance climate – the role of a coach

Posted 3 years ago Frank Heggebo 3 minute read comments

Motivational theories assumes an individual as an intentional, goal-directed organism who operates in rational manners (Roberts, Treasure & Conroy, 2007).  An individual participating in […]

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Why are some players afraid to shoot?

Posted 3 years ago Amy Rew 2 minute read comments

Sports, such as basketball, require individuals to shoot under pressure, and under the observation of others, such as co-actors (other performers), an audience, or […]

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Aggression in sport

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Leadership and the role of a leader in sports

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Anxiety within sport

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Extrinsic vs intrinsic motivation

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The influence of parents in youth sport

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Goal Setting

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