A model of contextual motivation in physical education: Using constructs from self-determination and achievement goal theories to predict physical activity intentions
Standage, M., Duda, J. L. and Ntoumanis, N., 2003. A model of contextual motivation in physical education: Using constructs from self-determination and achievement goal theories to predict physical activity intentions. Journal of Educational Psychology, 95 (1), pp. 97-110.
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Assessing the motivational responses of 328 secondary school students, this study examined a model of student motivation in physical education that incorporated constructs from achievement goal and self-determination theories. The focus was on the prediction of students' intention to partake in physical activity outside of physical education. Structural equation modeling analysis supported a model in which an autonomy-supportive climate, and to a lesser extent perceptions of a mastery climate, positively impacted hypothesized mediating variables (i.e., autonomy, competence, relatedness) to foster self-determined motivation. Self-determined motivation was found to positively predict, whereas amotivation was a negative predictor of leisure-time physical activity intentions.
|Creators||Standage, M., Duda, J. L. and Ntoumanis, N.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000181365100009|
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