The relationships of selected psycho-social variables associated with achievement to the performance of male and female intercollegiate basketball players

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James E. Lidstone (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Pearl Berlin

Abstract: A total of 54 male and 53 female athletes completed the Work and Family Orientation Questionnaire and Gordon's Survey of Interpersonal Values. Scales measured were WORK, MASTERY, COMPETITIVENESS, PERSONAL UNCONCERN, SUPPORT, CONFORMITY, RECOGNITION, INDEPENDENCE, BENEVOLENCE, and LEADERSHIP. The head coach of each participating team ranked all team members from "most valuable" to "least valuable" based on 1981-82 performance. Also, 13 skill-related indices were obtained for each player from 1981-82 cumulative statistics; (a) percentage of games played, (b) field goals made, (c) field goals attempted, (d) field goal percentage, (e) free throws made, (f) free throws attempted, (g) free throw percentage, (h) total rebounds, (i) rebounds per game, (3) total points, (k) points per game, (1) total assists, and (m) assists per game.

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Language: English
Date: 1982
Basketball players $x Attitudes
Women basketball players $x Attitudes
College athletes

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