Yıl 2011, Cilt 2, Sayı 1, Sayfalar 6 - 26 2011-01-14

Multivariate Relationships among Efficacy, Cohesion, Self-Talk and Motivational Climate in Elite Sport

J. Robert Grove [1] , Gregory Damato, PhD [2] , Paul Heard, PhD [3] , J. Grove, PhD [4] , Robert Eklund, PhD [5]

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The present study examined relationships among motivational climate, self-efficacy, collective efficacy, cohesion and self-talk in soccer players. Data were obtained from male players (N = 139, mean age = 23, SD = 4.43 yrs) from nine teams. Participants completed the GEQ, the PMCSQ-2, as well as measures of self-talk, self-efficacy, and collective efficacy created for this study. Canonical analyses indicated that higher levels of Determination Collective Efficacy, Skills Collective Efficacy and Skills Self-Efficacy were associated with high levels of individual attractions to group-task cohesion, group integration-task and group integration-social cohesion, positive self-talk about the team, and a task-oriented motivational climate. Generally, players with high levels of self and collective efficacy used self-talk about the team more often, as well as possessed high levels of task cohesion and perceived their team climate to be more mastery-oriented. Conclusions, future directions and implications are discussed in detail.

 

KEYWORDS: Collective efficacy, self-efficacy, motivational climate, cohesion, self-talk.

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Yazar: J. Robert Grove
E-posta: bob.grove@uwa.edu.au

Yazar: Gregory Damato, PhD
E-posta: greg@mindbodywellness.com.au

Yazar: Paul Heard, PhD
E-posta: pheard@westnet.com.au

Yazar: J. Grove, PhD
E-posta: bob.grove@uwa.edu.au

Yazar: Robert Eklund, PhD
E-posta: erobert@fsu.edu

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APA Grove, J , Damato, PhD, G , Heard, PhD, P , Grove, PhD, J , Eklund, PhD, R . (2011). Multivariate Relationships among Efficacy, Cohesion, Self-Talk and Motivational Climate in Elite Sport. Pamukkale Spor Bilimleri Dergisi, 2 (1), 6-26. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/psbd/issue/20573/219210
MLA Grove, J , Damato, PhD, G , Heard, PhD, P , Grove, PhD, J , Eklund, PhD, R . "Multivariate Relationships among Efficacy, Cohesion, Self-Talk and Motivational Climate in Elite Sport". Pamukkale Spor Bilimleri Dergisi 2 (2011): 6-26 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/psbd/issue/20573/219210>
Chicago Grove, J , Damato, PhD, G , Heard, PhD, P , Grove, PhD, J , Eklund, PhD, R . "Multivariate Relationships among Efficacy, Cohesion, Self-Talk and Motivational Climate in Elite Sport". Pamukkale Spor Bilimleri Dergisi 2 (2011): 6-26
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