The effects of mood status and competitive anxiety in elite basketball players
Lukins, Joann, and Leicht, Anthony S. (2004) The effects of mood status and competitive anxiety in elite basketball players. In: Proceedings of the Inaugural Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science National Conference, p. 1. From: Inaugural Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science National Conference, 14-16 April, 2004, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
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Interest has developed in studying the relationship between pre-competitive mood and anxiety with athletic performance (eg. Beedie, Terry & Lane, 2000; Morgan, Ellickson, O'Connor & Bradley, 1992). The most commonly used instrument for measuring mood states in sport psychology is the Profile of Mood States (POMS). A weak to moderate relationship exists between pre-competitive mood and the performance of similarly skilled athletes (Cox, 2002). The current study examined the relationship between pre-game mood status (POMS), competitive-anxiety (SCAT), task-ego orientation (TEOSQ) and game statistics during the season of an elite basketball competition.
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|Keywords:||psychology, sport, athlete|
|Date Deposited:||21 Aug 2012 06:16|
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