Self-regulation and cognitive strategies in sport participation

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Title translated into German:Selbstregulation und kognitive Strategien bei der Sportteilnahme
Author:Chen, Dapeng; Singer, Robert N.
Published in:International journal of sport psychology
Published:23 (1992), 4 , S. 277-300, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:0047-0767, 1147-0767
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Identification number:PU199305064791
Source:BISp

Abstract

Various cognitive strategies are being more widely used to enhance the acquisition and performance of sport skills. Nonetheless, there still exists a misconception that once strategies are learned they can be self-initiated in appropriate situations. The purpose of this article is to emphasize that individuals generally lack the ability to self-regulate; therefore, self-regulation techniques should be promoted through training. Concerns are raised about possible problems in traditional approaches to strategy training and research. Also examined is the relationship between self-regulation and the effective use and training of cognitive strategies. Finally implications for future research and training are suggested. Verf.-Referat