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dc.contributor.authorStander, Frederick W.
dc.contributor.authorRothmann, Sebastiaan
dc.contributor.authorBotha, Elrie
dc.identifier.citationStander, F.W. et al 2015. The role of teammate relationships, communication and self–efficacy in predicting athlete flow experience. Journal Of Psychology In Africa, 25(6):494-503. []
dc.identifier.issn1815-5626 (Online)
dc.description.abstractThis study aimed at testing a structural model of athlete flow in a sample of South African students. A quantitative, cross–sectional research design was implemented. Participants completed self–report measures at pre–arranged times that were in close proximity to the completion of athletic activity. Student athletes (n = 235) participating in South Africa s two major sports, football and rugby, were surveyed. The instruments utilised in this study included the Short Flow State Scale–2, the Questionnaire on Experience and Assessment of Work, and the Generalised Self–Efficacy Scale. The results indicated positive relationships between the variables and established predictor paths. Teammate relationships and self–efficacy were established to as the best predictors of flow experiences of athletes.
dc.publisherTaylor & Francis
dc.subjectJob resources
dc.subjectTeammate relationships
dc.subjectPersonal resources
dc.subjectAthlete flow
dc.titleThe role of teammate relationships, communication and self-efficacy in predicting athlete flow experience
dc.contributor.researchID10084932 - Botha, Elrie
dc.contributor.researchID10064699 - Rothmann, Sebastiaan
dc.contributor.researchID20562594 - Stander, Frederick Wilhelm

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