The effects of learning imagery under different motivational conditions on the psychomotor performance and well-being of novice dart-throwers: A self-determination perspective.

James W. Adie, C. J. Wakefield, Luke Sage

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Abstract

The self-determination theory (SDT; Deci & Ryan, 2000) has relevance to understanding the self-regulation of psychological skill use in the physical domain (Duda, Balaguer & Cummings, 2007), with much emphasis on goal pursuits (Healy, Ntoumanis, Stewart & Duda, 2015).
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventInternational Conference on Self-Determination Theory - Victoria, Canada
Duration: 2 Jun 20165 Jun 2016

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Self-Determination Theory
CountryCanada
CityVictoria
Period2/06/165/06/16

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self-regulation
self-determination
well-being
learning
performance

Bibliographical note

Accepted for oral presentation at tbe 6th international SDT conference

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Adie, J. W., Wakefield, C. J., & Sage, L. (2016). The effects of learning imagery under different motivational conditions on the psychomotor performance and well-being of novice dart-throwers: A self-determination perspective.. International Conference on Self-Determination Theory, Victoria, Canada.

The effects of learning imagery under different motivational conditions on the psychomotor performance and well-being of novice dart-throwers: A self-determination perspective. / Adie, James W.; Wakefield, C. J.; Sage, Luke.

2016. International Conference on Self-Determination Theory, Victoria, Canada.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

Adie, JW, Wakefield, CJ & Sage, L 2016, 'The effects of learning imagery under different motivational conditions on the psychomotor performance and well-being of novice dart-throwers: A self-determination perspective.' International Conference on Self-Determination Theory, Victoria, Canada, 2/06/16 - 5/06/16, .
Adie, James W. ; Wakefield, C. J. ; Sage, Luke. / The effects of learning imagery under different motivational conditions on the psychomotor performance and well-being of novice dart-throwers: A self-determination perspective. International Conference on Self-Determination Theory, Victoria, Canada.
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