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Autori: Basevitch, Itay; Prosoli, Rebeka; Budnik-Przybylska, Dagmara; Swain, Patrick; Challis, Bob; McDonald, Katrina
Naslov: The relationship between imagery ability, experience and perceived coaching ability among judo coaches
Izvornik: Sport Psychology: Linking theory to practice / Gangyan, S., Cruz, J., i Jaenes, J.C (ur.). - Sevilla :
Skup: ISSP 14th World Congress in Sport Psychology
Mjesto i datum: Sevilla, Španjolska, 10.-14.7.2017.
Ključne riječi: imagery, coaches, judo, anticipation, instruction
Sažetak:
The use of imagery among athletes has been studied extensively (e.g., Bhasavanija et al., 2011). Findings pertaining to differences among skill level indicate that higher level athletes have better imagery ability skills than lower level athletes (Williams & Cumming, 2011). Surprisingly, scant research has been conducted on imagery use among coaches even though coaches have reported imagery use across sports such as basketball and gymnastics (Short et al., 2005). Furthermore, in many sports coaches need to provide instructions to players by understanding what happened and predicting what will happen next (Ford et al., 2009 ; Grundel et al., 2013). Thus, the purpose of the current study was to examine imagery ability (e.g., vividness, duration) and use (e.g., perspective) among judo coaches of various experience and perceived coaching ability. Sixty five judo coaches from a European country who have been coaching from 1 – 39 years (M = 11.74, SD = 10.27) and have competed for 1 – 45 years (M = 13.57, SD = 7.73) participated in the study. Coaches reported imagery use and ability during coaching on a 7 item imagery questionnaire (Razon et el., 2010). In addition, coaches reported their subjective coaching ability and anticipation ability. Findings indicated experience was not related to imagery ability and use. However, perceived coaching ability was significantly positively correlated with vividness (r = .43, p <.001), control (r = .47, p <.001) and engagement (r = .42, p<.001). Furthermore, anticipation ability was significantly correlated with vividness (r = .42, p <.001), control (r = .47, p <.001), engagement (r = .35, p <.01), ease (r = -.28, p <.05), and duration (r = -.28, p <.05). Findings indicate that coaches’ subjective perception is a better predictor of imagery ability compared to experience. Future studies should examine the relationship between objective coaching abilities and imagery use.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija,Pedagogija
Upisao u CROSBI: Rebeka Prosoli (rebeka.tandaric@kif.hr), 3. Lis. 2017. u 12:39 sati



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