Motivational climate created by other significant actors and antisocial behaviors in youth sport

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Motivational climate created by other significant actors and antisocial behaviors in youth sport

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Title: Motivational climate created by other significant actors and antisocial behaviors in youth sport
Author: Leo Marcos, Francisco Miguel; Sánchez Miguel, Pedro Antonio; Sánchez Oliva, David; Amado Alonso, Diana; García Calvo, Tomás
Abstract: El principal objetivo del estudio es examinar la relación entre los jóvenes atletas, la percepción de conducta antisocial y clima motivacional, así como su opinión respecto a la conducta antisocial de otros actores significados. Los participantes fueron 1.897 jóvenes atletas masculino y femenino, en edades comprendidas entre los 11 y 16 años de edad, jugadores de equipos de baloncesto, balonmano, fútbol, voleibol. Los resultados revelaron que la intención, el juicio y el desempeño de la conducta antisocial fueron negativamente relacionada a la maestría del clima creado por otros actores significativos (p<.01), y que tenían una relación positiva con el rendimiento clima creado por los otros actores significados (p<.01). Además, los jugadores que perciben otros comportamientos antisociales como medida positiva lograron mejores resultados en intención, sentencia y el rendimiento propios de comportamiento antisocial (p<.01). Así, los resultados demostraron la importancia de considerar la influencia de los compañeros, padres y entrenadores al examinar conductas antisociales en la juventud del deporte.The main aim of the study was to examine the relationship between youth athletes´ perception of antisocial behavior and motivational climate as well as their opinion regarding antisocial behavior of their significant others. The participants were 1,897 young male and female athletes, ranging in age from 11 to 16 years, who played in basketball, handball, football, or volleyball teams. The results revealed that intention, judgment, and performance of antisocial behavior were negatively related to the mastery climate created by other significant actors (p<.01), and that they had a positive relationship with the performance climate created by the significant others (p<.01). Furthermore, players who perceived others’ antisocial behavior measurement as positive scored higher on intention, judgment and performance of antisocial behavior themselves (p<.01). Thus, the results demonstrated the importance of considering the influence of peers, parents and coaches when examining antisocial behaviors in youth sport.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10662/5869
Date: 2015


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