9 edition of Self-efficacy in sport found in the catalog.
Self-efficacy in sport
Deborah L Feltz
Includes bibliographical references (p. 373-393) and index
|Statement||Deborah L. Feltz, Sandra E. Short, and Philip J. Sullivan|
|Contributions||Short, Sandra E, Sullivan, Philip Joseph, 1969-|
|LC Classifications||GV706.4 .F45 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 405 p. :|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||2007009991|
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A situation-specific form of self confidence. In sport, self-efficacy refers to a performer's belief that he or she can execute a behaviour required to produce a certain outcome successfully. Assuming an athlete has the potential to perform successfully and that there are sufficient incentives to do so, self-efficacy theory asserts that the quality of an actual performance will depend on the. Self-efficacy is the belief in one’s effectiveness in performing specific tasks. Albert Bandura’s theory of self-efficacy has important implications for motivation. According to staples et al. (), the self-efficacy theory suggests that there are four major sources of information used by individuals when forming self-efficacy judgments.
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Self-Efficacy in Sport--the first book devoted entirely to this important topic--compiles over 30 years of burgeoning self-efficacy research into a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis.
Self-Efficacy in Sport is written by Dr. Deborah Feltz, who has spent more than 30 years researching the relationship between efficacy and performance in sport. Self-efficacy is defined as the belief in one’s ability to execute certain actions in order to achieve a specific outcome.
This theory, proposed by Albert Bandura, plays a significant role for athletes and athletic performance. Self-Efficacy in Sport—the first book devoted entirely to this important topic—compiles over 30 years of burgeoning self-efficacy research into a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis.
Self-Efficacy in Sport is written by Dr. Deborah Feltz, who has spent more than 30 years researching the relationship between efficacy and performance in sport. Short Book Review: Self Efficacy in Sport: Research and Strategies for Working with Athletes, Teams and Coaches Simon Jenkins International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 3: Author: Simon Jenkins.
Athletes, fans, coaches, and sport psychologists all know the power of self-efficacy in sport. With this new book, students, researchers, and practitioners now have a go-to reference on efficacy research packed with psychological strategies for helping athletes, teams, and coaches overcome specific weaknesses/5.
Self-Efficacy in Sport—the first book devoted entirely to this important topic—compiles over 30 years of burgeoning self-efficacy research into a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis. Self-Efficacy in Sport is written by Dr. Deborah Feltz, who has spent more than 30 years researching the relationship between efficacy and performance in sport.5/5(1).
The Self Efficacy Theory (Bandura, ) suggests that self efficacy beliefs predict one’s behaviours, thought patterns and motivation.
Individuals with high self efficacy will participate readily and more frequently, will put more effort in and persist longer, enhancing performance in sport and exercise (Bandura, ). Albert Bandura's highly anticipated examination of his vastly influential work on self-efficacy is now available.
The result of over 20 years of research by this renowned psychologist, the book articulates comprehensively Bandura's theory that believing one can achieve what one sets out to do results in a healthier, more effective, and generally more successful life/5. Great book exploring the relationship between Self-Efficacy and Perceived Self-Efficacy and how that relationship affects our lives.
It is written in a way that makes very complex ideas understandable to the layman (myself). Read more. 3 people found this helpful. by: Self-Efficacy: The Exercise of Control is a psychology book written by Albert Bandura in on self-efficacy, i.e.
a person's belief in their own book addresses issues ranging from theoretical discussions to developmental analyses. Translations have been published in Chinese, French, Italian, and : Albert Bandura.
Self-efficacy has been shown to influence performance; therefore, the higher the batter’s self-efficacy regarding this specific situation, the more likely he is to hit the grand slam. In turn, the outcome of hitting the grand slam affects future attributions and increases self.
Self-Efficacy in Sport and Exercise. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in self-efficacy, and an imperative for anyone who wants to learn about Bandura’s view on self-efficacy and Social Learning Theory. In these pages, you will learn about what we have learned over 20 years of Bandura’s research on the subject, and explore.
Evangelos Galanis, Yannis Theodorakis, in Sport and Exercise Psychology Research, Cognition: Self-Efficacy. Bandura’s () self-efficacy theory has been central in the field of human motivation and offers a sound framework that can partly accommodate the effects of self-talk on performance.
Among the sources of self-efficacy, Bandura, in his original formulation of the theory. Created Date: 2/14/ PM. This meta-analysis examined the relationship between self-efficacy and performance in sport. Based on 45 studies ( correlations), the average correlation between self-efficacy and sport performance was Given the heterogeneity of findings, follow-up univariate Cited by: Self-efficacy, a task- time- and situation-specific form of self-confidence, is an important cognition that often drives behavior, provided people possess the physical capabilities and value the behavior in question.
The purpose of this chapter is to provide an overview self-efficacy theory by discussing the common antecedents, correlates, and outcomes of self-efficacy.
Self-efficacy is the extent or strength of one's belief in one's own ability to complete tasks and reach goals.  Psychologists have studied self-efficacy from several perspectives, noting various paths in the development of self-efficacy; the dynamics of self-efficacy, and lack thereof, in many different settings; interactions between self-efficacy and self-concept; and habits of.
The purpose of the present study was to examine a predicting model of high school students’ math anxiety based on classroom goal structure, self-regulation and math : August Flammer.
Self - Efficacy in Sport: Research and strategies for working with athletes, teams, and coaches Deborah L.
Feltz, Sandra Short, Philip Sullivan Published by Human Kinetics Publishers (). In sport and exercise psychology (SEP), self-efficacy is considered to be the most important psychological state that affects performance. Researchers in SEP have been studying self-efficacy since the s, and there are several hundred articles and at least one book.
Chapter: Self-efficacy Beliefs of Athletes, Teams, and Coaches The self-efficacy construct is one of the most influential psychological constructs thought to affect achievem ent strivings in sport.Self-efficacy is shaped by a variety of factors, with past experiences having the strongest influence (Bandura, ).
Self-efficacy is a center piece of Bandura's () social cognitive theory and was incorporated into Locke and Latham's () goal-setting theory. As a result, self-efficacy is one of the most commonly studied predictors of.Perceived Self-Efficacy: People's beliefs about their capabilities to produce effects.
Self-Reg ulation: Exercise of influence over one's own motivation, thought processes, emotional states and patterns of behavior. Perceived self-efficacy is defined as people's beliefs about their capabilities to produce.