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Domingo, 29 de Marzo de 2020 19:46

MOTIVATION, SOCIAL ANXIETY, PHYSICAL EXERCISE PRACTICE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

 

 

ABSTRACT

 

Objective: The purpose of this study is to determine relationships between competitiveness, social anxiety, motivational orientation, commitment and fun in football players (juvenile, children and teenagers) and average grade school.

Methodology: It´s a non-experimental study, with an associative strategy which aims to explore the functional relationship between variables (comparative study). The total study sample it was composed of male soccer players between 9-15 years old. A questionnaire ad hoc was developed and was used Scale Competitiveness-10 and the Social Anxiety Scale for Adolescents.

Conclusions: It is discussed on the relations of these variables and are indicated some conclusions of the study: players with best middle school notes have less anxiety and social avoid to strangers; more hours training soccer per week is related with great competitiveness and lower motivation to avoid failure.

 

KEY WORDS

motivation, competitiveness, soccer, anxiety, scholar performance

 

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