Achievement orientations and sport behavior of males and females

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  • Achievement motivation.,
  • Sex differences (Psychology),
  • Sports -- Psychological aspects.

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Statementby Martha Elaine Ewing.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 227 leaves
Number of Pages227
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Open LibraryOL17768280M

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Get this from a library. Achievement orientations and sport behavior of males and females. [Martha Elaine Ewing]. With respect to the achievement orientations, it was hypothesized that, for both males and females, (1) all three achievment orientations would cause individuals to become involved in sport, and (2) dropouts would be more social approval oriented than athletes.

Subjects were freshman and sophomore high school students ( males and Cited by: Relationships Among Values, Achievement Orientations, and Attitudes in Youth Sport structural equation modeling on data from competitors ( males, females) aged years showed. Individual differences in sport achievement behavior are obvious, and the investigation of individual differences in achievement orientation should provide insight into sport behavior.

Some individuals eagerly approach competitive challenges, others strive for noncompetitive personal goals, and others shy away from all types of sport achievement. Competitiveness among females and males in physical activity classes.

the competitive orientations of females and males. Individual differences in sport achievement behavior are obvious. Start studying chapter 11 - gender and behavior. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

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achievement (high status, beat out others) 2. aggression (be tough, fight for beliefs). DIFFERENCES IN ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION 5 ABSTRACT The following study examined differences in domains of achievement motivation based on gender and developmental group.

Participants included males and females. The developmental groups in this study consisted of preadolescents ( years) and adolescents ( years). Findings regarding gender differences in achievement goal orientations and attributional style have been somewhat inconsistent.

One possible explanation for varied findings is that potentially confounding variables such as level of participation and type of sport have not been letoitdebois.com by: In the present study, this new approach to the study of achievement motivation is employed to examine possible cultural and sex-linked distinc- tions in perceived goals and preferred achievement orientations between Mexican-American and Anglo males and females in sport and the class- letoitdebois.com by: The results indicated no significant differences in the sex role orientations of male and female team sport performers, with the greatest proportion (66%) having a masculine (33%) or androgynous (33%) orientation.

For individual sports there was a significant difference in the Cited by: Females tended to employ higher ratings for luck, and females with high achievement motivation made maximal use of effort as a causal factor. Theoretical implications Cited by: athletes’ achievement orientation and motivation for sport.

Literature review. Achievement Goal Orientations. Achievement goal theory is a widespread theoretical perspective for studying motivation in sport (Bortoli, Bertollo, & Robazza, ). Two constructs of the. theory have received special attention in sport literature, namely task.

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Achievement orientation refers to how an individual interprets and reacts to tasks, resulting in different patterns of cognition, affect and behavior.

Developed within a social-cognitive framework, achievement goal theory proposes that students’ motivation and achievement-related behaviors can be understood by considering the reasons or purposes they adopt while engaged in academic work. that gender differences in motivational orientations toward science at Achievement orientations and sport behavior of males and females book secondary and elementary levels cannot be used as a primary explanation for females' underrepresentation in science professions or as a justification for their disappointing performance records in those fields.

The fact that differences between males and females are. The purpose of the study was to analyze collegiate athletes’ achievement motivation for sport participation.

Participants included 64 male (n=28) and female (n=36) athletes at a Division I institution in the Southeastern United States.

Volunteer participants were current members of the baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, soccer Author: Shelley L. Holden, Steven F. Pugh, Neil A. Schwarz. Sep 14,  · What is your 10/10 book.

Asked in. 'Achievement orientations and sport behavior of males and females' -- subject(s): Achievement motivation, Psychological aspects. Subjects were given Butt’s Short Scales for the Measurement of Sport Motivation. Males and females soccer players scored similarly on the aggression scale.

Female amateur soccer players scored significantly higher on the conflict scale than did male soccer players. Identical means were found for males and females on the competence scale.

The younger individual sport athletes presented a relationship between training and instruction, democratic and social support coaching behavior preferences and all competitive achievement orientations, whereas younger team sport athletes showed no letoitdebois.com: Suebsai Boonveerabut.

males endorsed the ego goal orientation more than females as did individual sport athletes compared with team sport athletes. Unfortunately, support was not consistent for the tested hypotheses across both the TEOSQ and POSQ.

In fact for the two strongly supported hypotheses just mentioned, the male/female difference was strongly supported by. Achievement and affiliation behavior are important issues in the literature of sex-role differences.

Males have been viewed as being achievement-oriented, and female affiliation-oriented. Deaux () has mentioned a series of arguments which attempt to explain how and why males and females differ in. Johnson, Dustin M.

Coaches’ influence on male adolescents’ achievement motivation, psychological factors, and sport participation. Doctor of Philosophy (Counseling Psychology), August98 pp., 5 tables, 2 figures, references, titles. The motivational climate, as created by coaches, and athletes’ goal orientations are keyAuthor: Dustin M.

Johnson. Apr 01,  · Gender and motivation Judith L. Meece*, Beverly Bower Glienke, Samantha Burg University of North Carolina-CH, United States Received 28 September ; received in revised form 3 April ; accepted 3 April Abstract The role of gender in shaping achievement motivation has a long history in psychological and educational research.

Achievement Motivation Behavior on Work Performance: a Case Study of Selected Local employed only 47, females as againstmales. In /93 academic Abraham Maslow, a noted psychologist, in his book įMotivation and Personality’ (), presented the view that a Author: Adedeji J. Ogunleye, Damilola A.

Osekita. Despite the importance associated with strength training in athletics, research exploring achievement goals in a strength training achievement arena is sparse. Using questionnaire data and semi-structured interviews, the present study investigated definitions of success in strength training and explored relationships among five goal orientations: task-orientation, self-enhancing ego Cited by: 4.

Free Online Library: The relation between sport orientations and athletic identity among adolescent girl and boy athletes. by "Journal of Sport Behavior"; Psychology and mental health Sports and fitness. Dec 18,  · The study was designed to examine how active and former athletes across a different sports level perceived coaching behavior.

Eighty competitive athletes (44 males and 36 females; ± years of age; ± years of competitive experience) from the University School of Physical Education in Cracow, Poland, participated in the letoitdebois.com by: This research examines the value-expressive function of attitudes and achievement goal theory in predicting moral attitudes.

In Study 1, the Youth Sport Values Question­naire (YSVQ; Lee, Whitehead, and Balchin, ) was modified to measure moral, competence, and status values. In Study 2, structural equation modeling on data from competitors ( males, females) aged 12–15 years. Aug 01,  · Free Online Library: Investigating leadership, gender, and coaching level using the Revised Leadership for Sport Scale.

by "Journal of Sport Behavior"; Psychology and mental health Sports and fitness Athletic coaching Psychological aspects Coaching (Athletics) Psychiatric rating scales Usage Psychiatric status rating scales. Description: The Sport Behavior of Youth, Parents, and Coaches 47 the sample as a whole and for males and females separately.

An examination of Table 1 reveals that eth. Resumen. This research examines the value-expressive function of attitudes and achievement goal theory in predicting moral attitudes.

In Study 1, the Youth Sport Values Question­naire (YSVQ; Lee, Whitehead, & Balchin, ) was modified to measure moral, competence, and status values.

Introduction. Motivation is a complex process that influences individuals to begin, pursue, and persist in an activity. Crandall () stated that needs and motivation can be treated as forces that cause people to seek certain letoitdebois.comch has determined that there are motivational differences between male and female sports and exercise participants.

Overview []. Motivation is a very important factor in improving and maintaining an individual's athletic performance.

Without your desire and determination to improve your sports performances, all of the other mental factors, confidence, intensity, focus, and emotions, are meaningless (Roberts, G.

C., & Duda, J. (); Kerr, J. ()). Weiss, MR & Amorose, AJMotivational orientations and sport behavior. in TS Horn (ed.), Advances in sport psychology.

3rd edn, Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL, pp Cited by: An Analysis of Leadership Qualities That Influence Male and Female Athletes in Middle School Interscholastic Team Sports.

The study compares males and females to determine if the preferred behavior styles of leadership are similar. Case, B. Leadership Behavior in Sport: A Field Test of the Situational Leadership Theory. Researchers have identified key differences between teen females and males that must be known before planning training for teen female athletes, Dr.

Greydanus presents follow up research information in June, from his study: The female athlete before and beyond puberty, Dr. Greydanus tables from his June, research, The Adolescent Female Athlete: Current Concepts and Connundrums. Weiss, MR & Ferrer, CEMotivational orientations and sport behavior.

in TS Horn (ed.), Advances in sport psychology. Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL, pp. Cited by: This information sheet provides a summary of salient points related to statistical trends in gender differences in science achievement and how this research can be applied for use by instructional professionals in K with focus on STEM disciplines.

Gender differences in science achievement are. Oct 04,  · The motivational climate, as created by coaches, and athletes’ goal orientations are key constructs in understanding children’s experiences with sport.

In this study, the relationship between the perceived motivational climates, male adolescents’ goal orientation, and their experiences of self-esteem, sport competence, enjoyment, and ultimately, intention to continue participating in Author: Dustin M.

Johnson. Running Head: Gender and Achievement Goal Profiles Achievement Goal Profiles Among Adolescent Males and Females David Litaliena, Alexandre J. Morinb, and Dennis M. McInerneyc a Department of Educational Fundamentals and Practices,Université Laval, Canada b Department of Psychology, Concordia University, Canada c Department of Special Education and Counselling, The Education Cited by:.

males report more negative attitudes toward teachers than females. Ding and Hall () suspect this behavior may be related to the socialization of males and females. Since conformity appears more important to females than males, females are less likely to be confrontational with their teachers.achievement for males, whereas self-efficacy was the only significant predictor of achievement for females.

Value: These findings offer practical implications in terms of methods employed by educators to enhance academic achievement. Such implications highlight the importance of the development.males and females EXCEPT: A) what it means to be male or female.

B) that female voices go with female faces and male voices go with male faces. C) that females and males tend to have different hairstyles. D) that males and females tend to have different vocal pitches. .

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