The relationship between the sources of confidence and re-injury anxiety
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship between the sources of confidence and re-injury anxiety. Athletes (N= 50) who sustained an injury within the last 5 months and required a minimum of 5 weeks physical rehabilitation completed the Modified Sources of Sport-Confidence Questionnaire (M-SSCQ; Magyar & Duda, 2000) and Reinjury anxiety inventory (RIAI; Walker et al., 2010). A multiple regression analysis was conducted to determine the relationship between predictor variables (sources of confidence) and outcome variables (re-injury anxiety) across the whole sample. The results of the multiple regression analysis revealed that vicarious experience (p<.01), situational favourableness (p<.05), demonstration of ability (p<.05) and physical selfpresentation (p<.05) were the most significant contributors in predicting re-injury anxiety. In contrast, mastery (p>.05), environmental comfort (p>.05), coach/physio leadership (p>.05) and mental/physical preparation (p>.05) were reported to be the least important contributors in predicting re-injury anxiety. These findings suggest that specific sources of confidence are predictors of re-injury anxiety during both rehabilitation and return to competition phases of the injury process. Further qualitative research should be conducted to examine these findings within re-injury anxiety research.
DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) SPORT AND EXERCISE SCIENCE
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The relationship between sources of confidence and re-injury anxiety in athletes returning to sport from injury. Beal, James (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2015)Previous research has focussed mainly on the psychological responses of injury onset and rehabilitation opposed to what sources of confidence are more salient for an athlete when returning to sport and how this influences ...
Wright-Hamilton, Amy (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2014)Despite the importance afforded to re-injury anxiety in an injured athlete’s return to sport and the suggestion that confidence may off-set this, there has been a lack of focused research into the relationship between ...
Sandel, Josh (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2015)The aim of the present study was to identify if sources of confidence and levels of robust confidence could predict levels and frequencies of re-injury anxiety during rehabilitation and on the return to sport. Athletes ...