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Advances in motivation in sport and exercise / editors Glyn C. Roberts, Darren C. Treasure ; acquisitions editor Myles Schrag ; developmental editor Melissa J. Zavala ; assistant editors Anne Rumery, Elizabeth Evans, Kali Cox ; copyeditor Bob Replinger ; proofreader Erin Cler ; indexer Andrea J. Hepner ; permissions manager Dalene Reeder ; graphic designer Bob Reuther ; graphic artist Tara Welsch ; cover designer Bob Reuther ; photo production manager Jason Allen ; art manager Kelly Hendren ; assosciate art manager Alan L. Wilborn.

Contributor(s): Roberts, Glyn C [editor.] | Treasure, Darren C, 1965- [editor.] | Schrag, Myles [acquisitions editor.] | Zavala, Melissa J [developmental editor.] | Rumery, Anne [assistant editor.] | Evans, Elizabeth [assistant editor.] | Cox, Kali [assistant editor.] | Replinger, Bob [copyeditor.] | Cler, Erin [proofreader.] | Hepner, Andrea J [indexer.] | Reeder, Dalene [permissions manager.] | Reuther, Bob [graphic designer, cover designer.] | Welsch, Tara [graphic artist.] | Allen, Jason [photo production manager.] | Hendren, Kelly [art manager.] | Wilborn, Alan L [assosciate art manager.]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, 2012Copyright date: @2012Edition: 3. ed. : 2012Description: xiv, 465 p. : illust. ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780736090810; 0736090819Subject(s): Physical fitness -- Psychology | Exercise -- Psychology | Motivation | Sports -- PsychologyLOC classification: GV706.4.R63 | A38 2012Summary: Much like its predecessor, Motivation in sport and exercise, Advances in motivation in sport and exercise brings together several top scholars in sport and exercise psychology to present the latest information on motivational behavior in exercise, physical education, and sport. Each contributor sheds new light on the process of motivation and the variables and constructs that help us to understand why we are motivated or are not motivated. This extensive resource examines key motivational concepts such as: self-efficacy, perceived competence, achievement goals, self-determination, and perception of control. https://books.google.com.tr/books/about/Advances_in_Motivation_in_Sport_and_Exer.html?id=vzHiNIof6HsC&redir_esc=y
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 388-446) and index (p. 447-454).

Much like its predecessor, Motivation in sport and exercise, Advances in motivation in sport and exercise brings together several top scholars in sport and exercise psychology to present the latest information on motivational behavior in exercise, physical education, and sport. Each contributor sheds new light on the process of motivation and the variables and constructs that help us to understand why we are motivated or are not motivated. This extensive resource examines key motivational concepts such as: self-efficacy, perceived competence, achievement goals, self-determination, and perception of control.

https://books.google.com.tr/books/about/Advances_in_Motivation_in_Sport_and_Exer.html?id=vzHiNIof6HsC&redir_esc=y

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