Do multidimensional intrinsic and extrinsic motivation profiles discriminate between athlete scholarship status and gender?
Official journal of the European College of Sport Science
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This cross-sectional study aimed to clarify incongruent findings within the literature regarding the effects of athletic scholarships on motivation. Discriminant analysis suggested that sport scholarship and non-scholarship students were effectively discriminated based on their motives for engagement. Specifically, those student athletes with scholarships had less self-determined profiles compared to their non-scholarship counterparts. Practitioners therefore need to consider carefully the potentially motivation debilitating effects of low levels of self-determination when administering athletic scholarships. Kingston designed the study, analysed the data, and wrote and edited the manuscript.
European Journal of Sport Science
Kingston, K.M., Horrocks, C.S. and Hanton, S. (2006) 'Do multidimensional intrinsic and extrinsic motivation profiles discriminate between athlete scholarship status and gender?', European Journal of Sport Science, 6(01), pp.53-63.
This article was published in European Journal of Sport Science on 21 August 2006 (online), available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17461390500440889
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