Year of Publication
Date of Thesis
Master of Science
Exercise and Sport Sciences
Track and field athletes -- Psychology; Self-confidence -- Sex differences; Goal-setting
This study examined the relationship of three psychological variables--explanatory style, sport confidence, and reactions to mistakes--on the consistency of performance and the achievement of established goals in track and field athletes.
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Dillon, Kerry, "Relationship of explanatory style, trait sport confidence, and reactions to mistakes in goal achievement and performance consistency in track and field athletes" (1997). Ithaca College Theses. 72.