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      Creating an Optimal Motivational Team Climate to Help Collegiate Athletes Thrive during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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          Examination of the psychometric properties of the perceived motivational climate in sport questionnaire-2 in a sample of female athletes.

          We undertook two studies to determine the validity and reliability of the revised Perceived Motivational Climate in Sport Questionnaire (PMCSQ-2). In Study 1, 201 female athletes (mean age 16.4 years) were administered the initial version of the PMCSQ-2 and a measure of reported tension and pressure experienced in sport. Exploratory principal component analysis suggested that the PMCSQ-2 contained two higher-order scales (Task-Involving and Ego-Involving climates), each with three subscales (Task: Cooperative Learning, Effort/ Improvement, Important Role; Ego: Intra-Team Member Rivalry, Unequal Recognition, Punishment for Mistakes). In Study 2, 385 female volleyball players (mean age 15.2 years) completed the PMCSQ-2, the Intrinsic Motivation Inventory and a measure of Team Satisfaction. Confirmatory factor analysis was applied to six competing models. The oblique six-factor model and oblique hierarchical model provided comparable fit to the data. Acceptable fit was reached based on model respecification. Across Studies 1 and 2, internal consistency was found to be acceptable for the higher-order scales and subscales (with the exception of the Intra-Team Member Rivalry subscale). We found evidence for the concurrent validity of the instrument.
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            Sport psychology services to high performance athletes during COVID-19

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              A systematic review of the intrapersonal correlates of motivational climate perceptions in sport and physical activity

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                Journal
                Journal of Sport Psychology in Action
                Journal of Sport Psychology in Action
                Informa UK Limited
                2152-0704
                2152-0712
                April 03 2021
                April 23 2021
                April 03 2021
                : 12
                : 2
                : 127-141
                Affiliations
                [1 ]The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, USA
                [2 ]Fort Lewis College, Durango, Colorado, USA
                Article
                10.1080/21520704.2021.1876194
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                © 2021
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