Social Psychology of Exercise and Sport
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Jun 1, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 279 pages
This new textbook examines the role that social psychology has in the explanation of exercise and sport behaviour. It devotes considerable attention to key social psychological issues within the two disciplines; health-related exercise behaviour and the behaviour of competitive sport participants and the spectators of elite sport.
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Page 105 - People's beliefs about their capabilities to produce effects. Self-regulation 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 designated levels of performance that exercise influence over events that affect their lives.