Trait anxiety in young athletes as a function of parental pressure and motivational climate: Is parental pressure always harmful?
O'Rourke, D. J., Smith, R. E., Smoll, F. L. and Cumming, S. P., 2011. Trait anxiety in young athletes as a function of parental pressure and motivational climate: Is parental pressure always harmful? Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 23 (4), pp. 398-412.
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We assessed the role of parental behaviors on sport performance anxiety. Measures of trait anxiety, parental pressure, and parent-initiated motivational climate were administered to youth swimmers throughout the season. High parental pressure within either a low mastery or a high ego motivational climate was associated with the highest levels of anxiety at all time points. An early-season, high-pressure/low-mastery combination was also associated with relative increases in anxiety over the season, whereas high pressure within a high mastery climate was associated with relative decreases. Results indicate that parental pressure can have differential effects depending upon motivational climate.
|Creators||O'Rourke, D. J., Smith, R. E., Smoll, F. L. and Cumming, S. P.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health|
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