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Analysis of the Prediction of Motivational Climate in Handball Players’ Fear of Failure

Authors
  • Gómez-López, Manuel
  • Ruiz-Sánchez, Victoria
  • Granero-Gallegos, Antonio
Publication Date
Jan 26, 2019
Source
MDPI
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Language
English
License
Green
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Abstract

standard deviation = 0.50) who were playing in Spanish regional youth category handball teams. The results revealed that the task-involving training climate predominates in both genders over the ego-involving training climate, particularly in girls and in less experienced players. The peer ego-involving climate also predominates with respect to the peer task-involving climate in both genders, but this is particularly so for boys and in more experienced players. Furthermore, except for fear of feeling shame, which was predicted by the peer ego-involving climate, all the aversive causes of fear of failure are predicted mainly by the coach climate. The immediate environment was proved to be determinant in avoidance behaviours and fear of failure.

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