4 edition of Self concept in early adolescent female athletes and nonathletes found in the catalog.
Self concept in early adolescent female athletes and nonathletes
Written in English
|Statement||by Victoria P. Mogil.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 68 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||68|
Differences in Functional-Motor Abilities in Early Adolescent Athletes and Non-Athletes The essence of this research is directed toward analyzing the differences in func- tional-motor abilities of male participants, aged 14–15, depending on whether they onlyFile Size: KB. Current Publications ( to Present): T., & Greenleaf, C. (in press). Relations between sociocultural pressures and weight control behavior among early adolescent boys. Psychology in the Schools. L., & Petrie, T. (). Prevalence of disordered eating: A comparison of male and female collegiate athletes and nonathletes. Journal of.
Marsh, H. W. (). Age and sex effects in multiple dimensions of self-concept: Preadolescence to early adulthood. Journal of Educational Psychology, 3, Marsh, H. W. (). Age and gender effects in physical self-concept for adolescent elite athletes and nonathletes: A multicohort-multioccasion design. Journal of Sport andCited by: 3. Physical self- concept of adolescent athletes and its relation to sport performance development and gender: Zeitschrift fur Entwicklungspsychologie und Padagogische Psychologie Vol 3. Judgments of physical attractiveness: The role of faces and bodies: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin Vol 1. Dec 1. 6, 3. 3.
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Get this from a library. Self concept in early adolescent female athletes and nonathletes. [Victoria P Mogil]. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between sport participation, global self-esteem and physical self-concept in female adolescent equestrian athletes.
participants ( females aged years old, ± years) completed the Physical Self-Description Questionnaire (PSDQ) and a modified version of the Sport Activity Questionnaire through an Cited by: 2.
change in physical self-concept for male and female elite athletes and nonathletes over the potentially turbulent adolescent period. More specifically we consider elite athletes and nonathletes attending the same selective sport high school (four age cohorts, grades 7–10 in high school in the first year of the study) who completed the.
Competitive sport and self-concept in adolescent. proposed a generalized concept of Self and from these early Analysis revealed that in the group of young women (athletes. An investigation of the relationship between the self-concept and physical fitness of White, American Indian and Black women college students Willa Faye Mason.
BF S35 M37 A Self concept in early adolescent female athletes and nonathletes by Victoria P. Mogil. The purpose of the present research was to investigate the relationship of the self-esteem of female athletes and nonathletes to sex role type and sport type.
The athletic group was comprised of 75 female collegiate athletes from eight sports and the nonathletic group consisted of a random Self concept in early adolescent female athletes and nonathletes book of 75 female nonathletes.
An assessment of self-esteem and Cited by: The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between sport participation, global self-esteem and physical self-concept in female adolescent equestrian athletes.
In particular, experimental research investigating this association during adolescence, a period during which many youth struggle to maintain a positive self-image, is noticeably lacking. This study investigates the impact on self-concept of a 9-month physical activity intervention among sedentary adolescent by: According to Sonstroem and Morgan's () extension of this model to sport practice, the associations between physical self-concept components follow bottom-up directions.
In other words, the relations go from the subdomains (e.g., sport competence, physical appearance), themselves predicted by sport participation, to the more global domains (i.e., global self-worth and physical self Cited by: 6.
A person’s self-image is based on how they see themselves, while self-concept is a more comprehensive evaluation of the self, largely based on how a person sees themselves, values themselves, thinks about themselves, and feels about themselves.
Carl Rogers posited that self-image is a component of self-concept. Marsh H.W. () Age and Gender Effects in Physical Self-Concept for Adolescent Elite Athletes and Nonathletes: A Multicohort-Multioccasion Design.
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology; Maiano C., Ninot G., Bilard J. () Age and gender effects on global self-esteem and physical self-perception in adolescents Cited by: 2.
Measures of multidimensional self-concepts, masculinity (M), and femininity (F) were completed by high-school women athletes and nonathletes, and by young-adult women athletes and nonathletes.
Women athletes in both age groups had substantially higher scores in M and in self-concept of physical ability, but did not differ substantially from nonathletes in F and in other areas of by: Snyder AR, Martinez JC, Bay RC, Parsons JT, Sauers EL, McLeod TC.
Health-related quality of life differs between adolescent athletes and adolescent nonathletes. J Sport Rehab ; Hansen DM, Larson RW, Dworkin JB. What adolescents learn in organized youth activities: a survey of self-reported developmental : Petra Dolenc. completed the same physical self-concept instrument four times over a 2-year period (multiple waves).
Analyzed through new and evolving statistical models, these results provide a unique opportunity to assess stability/change in male and female athletes and nonathletes over the adolescent period. We also evaluate predictions from the big-fish Cited by: 3.
Background: Adolescence is a period of rapid biological and behavioral changes that may expand the risk of mental health ive: This study aimed to compare the mental health of male and female athletes and non-athletes among a high school student ology: On this base students (50 athletes and 50 non-athletes, M age =.
Examines differences in self-concept and body image satisfaction and the relation between self-concept and body image among high school athletes (n=) and nonathletes (n=). Results suggest that those exhibiting a positive body image were more confident in school, athletic events, and general life than those with a negative body image.
(RJM)Cited by: locus of control - People's belief, or lack thereof, of being in control of events occurring in their lives. self-concept - The image of the self that is constructed from the beliefs one holds about oneself. Discuss the relationship between an athlete's self-concept and the risk of sports injury.
Self-esteem is defined as the extent to which a person values, approves, and appreciates himself or herself 15 and is a stronger predictor of body satisfaction than actual body fat levels.
16 In Cited by: 4. OBJECTIVE The authors compared collegiate athletes and nonathletes to see whether there were significant differences in the perceived levels of social connectedness, self-esteem, and depression and if an interaction among the variables of athlete status, gender, GPA, BMI, and levels of weekly exercise and sleep were associated with depression symptomatology.
Journal of Education and Practice ISSN (Paper) ISSN X (Online) Vol.5, No, Legrand () carried out a study in which exercise was used on some female.
Female student–athletes face the same emotional issues as other students (depression, anxiety, addiction, and self-doubt), but they also experience concerns about body image.
29 It is important to have trained professionals in place to identify these concerns and provide appropriate counseling and support services.The basic social process emerged as physicality with a basic structural process of physical awareness, which serves to organize the student’s self-concept or identity as an athlete.
A high level of physical awareness may account for student athletes’ increased awareness of TC and affinity for testicular by: 1.Self-esteem also becomes more __, but overall self-esteem declines in early adolescence before rising in late adolescence and emerging adulthood complex One aspect of the complexity of adolescents' self-conceptions is that they can distinguish between an __ and ___ ___.