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Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

MOTIVATIONAL CLIMATE IN INDIVIDUAL SPORTS AND SET IN MEXICAN YOUTH ATHLETES

Abstract

Josテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつゥ Francisco Galvテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつ。n Mata, Jeanette M. Lテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつウpez-Walle, Josテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつゥ Alberto Pテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつゥrez Garcテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつュa, Josテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつゥ L. Tristテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつ。n Rodrテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつュguez y Rosa Elena Medina Rodrテδεツ津δテ「ツツ凖δε「ツツ堙δづつュguez

The questionnaire PMCSQ-2 is based on the Theory of
Achievement Goal, refers to the individual’s goals are to strive to demonstrate
competence and ability in achievement contexts, these being the main factor
in determining achieving success or failure. It has two variants in which athletes
perceive the coach creating a climate of involvement in the task or ego. The
aim of this study is to investigate the motivational climate created by the coach
to athletes. Participants, 474 men and 365 women, aged between 9-23 years. The
instruments used were: PMSCQ- singles of 24 items, and set PMSCQ-2 29 item.
The procedure was applied to athletes during the OlimpiadaNacionalJuvenil.
The results confirm that the psychometric properties of the questionnaire
PMCSQ-2 are reliable and valid.

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