alexa Abstract | Relationship between Task Orientation and perceived ability with motivation of participation in physical activity

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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The main purpose of the study is to evaluate the relationship between motivational agents of participation with idealism and the ability of personal feeling in girl students of guidance school in Qods city and physical training setting. The research method was descriptive and correlations way. About 367 of guidance school students of Qods city were randomly participated in self- based task motivation (TEO SQ) and then filled the (PMQ) questionnaires out in this regard. The results of bilateral multi- variables correlation showed that there is a significant relationship between the ability of task orientation and motivational patterns (P £ 0.05).The idealism and perceived abilities were considered as the predictor agents of the participation motivation in physical activities of schools, perhaps the participation motivation is increased with the development of perceived ability.

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Author(s): Sara Bagheri Abbas Bahram and Masoumeh Shojaei

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