Self-concept organisation and mental toughness in sport

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Title translated into German:Selbstkonzept und mentale Stärke im Sport
Author:Meggs, Jennifer; Ditzfeld, Christopher; Golby, Jim
Published in:Journal of sports sciences
Published:32 (2014), 2, S. 101-109, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:0264-0414, 1466-447X
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Identification number:PU201407006404
Source:BISp
TY  - JOUR
AU  - Meggs, Jennifer
A2  - Meggs, Jennifer
A2  - Ditzfeld, Christopher
A2  - Golby, Jim
DB  - BISp
DP  - BISp
KW  - Analyse
KW  - Integration
KW  - Integration, soziale
KW  - Leistungsfähigkeit
KW  - Leistungsfähigkeit, sportartspezifische
KW  - Profisport
KW  - Psychologie
KW  - Selbstkonzept
KW  - Sportpsychologie
KW  - Sportwissenschaft
KW  - Training, mentales
KW  - Trainingswissenschaft
KW  - Willensstärke
LA  - eng
TI  - Self-concept organisation and mental toughness in sport
TT  - Selbstkonzept und mentale Stärke im Sport
PY  - 2014
N2  - The present study examines the relationship between individual differences in evaluative self-organisation and mental toughness in sport, proposing that motivation and emotional resiliency (facets of mental toughness) stem from differences in core self. A cross-sectional assessment of 105 athletes competing at a range of performance levels took part in an online study including measures of self-reported mental toughness (Sport Mental Toughness Questionnaire; Sheard, M., Golby, J., & van Wersch, A. (2009). Progress towards construct validation of the Sports Mental Toughness Questionnaire (SMTQ). European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 25(3), 186–193. doi:10.1027/1015-5759.25.3.186) and self-organisation (self-descriptive attribute task; Showers, C. J. (2002). Integration and compartmentalisation: A model of self-structure and self-change. In D. Cervone & W. Mischel (Eds.), Advances in personality science (pp. 271–291). New York, NY: Guilford Press). As predicted, global mental toughness was associated with self-concept positivity, which was particularly high in individuals with positive-integrative self-organisation (individuals who distribute positive and negative self-attributes evenly across multiple selves). Specifically, positive integration was associated with constancy (commitment to goal achievement despite obstacles and the potential for failure), which extends presumably from positive integratives’ emotional stability and drive to resolve negative self-beliefs. Verf.-Referat
L2  - http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/02640414.2013.812230
L2  - https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02640414.2013.812230
DO  - 10.1080/02640414.2013.812230
SP  - S. 101-109
SN  - 0264-0414
JO  - Journal of sports sciences
IS  - 2
VL  - 32
M3  - Elektronische Ressource (online)
M3  - Gedruckte Ressource
ID  - PU201407006404
ER  -