The effects of a goal-setting training program on free-throw self-efficacy and performance

by Miller, John T.

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  • Goal (Psychology),
  • Self-perception,
  • Basketball -- Training,
  • Basketball -- Psychological aspects

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Statementby John T. Miller.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 70 leaves
Number of Pages70
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  The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of working in groups, goal-setting, and a control condition on the self-regulated performance of subjects at high, middle, and low levels of self-efficacy. A self-regulated performance task called Voluntary Homework System or VHS offered subjects the opportunity to write different types of Cited by: In contrast, the effects of performance orientation were contingent on both individuals' level of cognitive ability and the outcome examined. The implications of these results for future research on goal orientation are discussed. Keywords. Goal, orientation, ability, cognition, performance, learning, self-efficacy, knowledge, individual Cited by:   This study examined the effects of self-efficacy training on training task performance. Managers who received a training intervention consisting of mastery with positive feedback developed higher self-efficacy perceptions and performance than those who received traditional training. Learning and attitude towards training failed to explain these by: College students (n=, males n=, females n=) who ranged in age from 18 to 38 and who were enrolled in 1 of 15 beginning bowling classes took part in a survey to investigate the effect of three goal setting groups (self-set, assigned, and control) and three levels of self-efficacy (SE) (low, medium and high) on bowling performance. The results reveal a significant main effect Cited by:

  The aim of the current study was to utilize a goal-setting intervention to examine the impact upon motivation for, and adherence to, a six-week exercise program. This research was underpinned by Self-Determination Theory (Deci, , Deci & Ryan, , ). Effects of a Goal-Setting Training Program on Basketball Free-Throw Self-Efficacy and Performance By: J. Ted Miller and Edward McAuley Pages: – Goal Management Training in Undergraduate Students: The Effects on Executive Functioning Skills and Academic Self-Efficacy by Jenny Carstens APPROVED BY: _____ N. Anderson, Ph.D., External Examiner University of Toronto _____ E. Kustra, by: 1.   Exercise programmes can be administered successfully as therapeutic agents to patients with a number of chronic diseases and help to improve physical functioning in older adults. Usually, such programmes target either healthy and mobile community-dwelling seniors or elderly individuals living in nursing institutions or special residences. Chronically ill or mobility Cited by:

Through an understanding of the effect of goal setting on individual performance, organizations are able to use goal setting to benefit organizational performance. In addition, another aspect that goes with goal commitment is also goal acceptance. This is an individuals willingness to pursue their specific goal. 7. Additive Effects of Task Difficulty and Goal Setting on Subsequent Task Performance, 8. The Relationship of Procrastination With a Mastery Goal Versus an Avoidance Goal, 9. Joint Effect of Feedback and Goal Setting on Performance: A Field Study of Residential Energy Conservation, The Effects of Goal Setting and Self. PIM training program is one of the imagery interventions employed by athletes to improve golf skills performance. This study attempted to measure the effects of Practice in Mind (PIM) training program on anxiety level and the right side of 22 meter place kick performance of rugby players. This study was a double blind experimental design research. The purpose of this study is to examine the effects a goal setting program has on the exercise commitment and fitness levels of university students. Hypotheses. A total of three hypotheses were tested in this study. First, there will be no difference between the experimental and control groups score on the eight different components of exercise.

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The Effects of Goal-Setting and Imagery Training Programs on the Free-Throw Performance of Female Collegiate Basketball Players Bart S. Lerner The Citadel Andrew C.

Ostrow, Michael T. Yura, and Edward F. Etzel West Virginia University The purposes of this study were to investigate the effects of goal-setting andFile Size: 5MB.

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Miller. THE EFFECTS OF A GOAL-SETTING TRAINING PROGRAM ON FREE-THROW SELF-EFFICACY AND PERFORMANCE by JOHN T. MILLER B.S., Bradley University A MASTER'S THESIS submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree MASTER OF SCIENCE Department of Physical Education, Dance, and Leisure Studies KANSAS STATE.

The present field experiment examined the effects of training in verbal self-guidance (VSG) and a motivational intervention, goal setting, on the performance effectiveness of students in. Appelbaum, S. H., & Hare, A. Self-efficacy as a mediator of goal setting and performance: Some human resource applications.

Journal of Managerial Psychology, 11(3), Almarashdeh, I. Sharing instructors experience of learning management system: A technology perspective of user satisfaction in distance learning : Anastasia Krampah-Nkoom. The purposes of this study were to investigate the effects of goal-setting and imagery programs, as well as a combined goal-setting and imagery training program, on the free-throw performance.

Schunk, ). A model highlighting goal setting and self-efficacy is portrayed in Figure 1. Students enter learning activities with such goals as acquiring knowledge, solving problems, and finishing workbook pages.

Self-efficacy for goal attainment is influenced by abilities, prior experiences, attitudes toward learning. According to research on coaching efficacy, coaches higher in self-efficacy (compared to those lower in self-efficacy) a and c (were better able to control their emotions and had higher winning percentages) Research has indicated that live and filmed modeling increases self-efficacy in muscular-endurance tasks.

Though improved performance as a result of goal setting has been reported in organizational psychology studies, little research in sport settings has demonstrated these effects. This study was designed to examine the effects of a goalsetting training program on basketball free-throw performance, perceptions of success, and by: Effects of Different Types of Goals on Processes That Support Performance.

Empirical studies attesting to the effectiveness of goal setting in sport have been plagued by equivocation. Inconsistencies may relate to task/goal complexity and the types of goals that participants are asked to use (Hardy, Jones, & Gould, ).

This research examined the effects of mastery vs. performance training goals and learning and performance goal orientation traits on multidimensional outcomes of training. Training outcomes included declarative knowledge, knowledge structure coherence, training performance, and self-efficacy.

self-efficacy, and this vicarious increase can motivate observers to perform the task (Schunk, ). Research shows that models can have profound effects on self-efficacy, motivation, and achievement.

In the context of a long-division instructional program, Schunk () provided low-achieving children with eitherFile Size: KB. The results showed that executive coaching had significant positive effect on self-efficacy.

The findings are discussed from the perspective of the effect of coadhing on the executives' self-consciousness and their abilities to analyse tasks to evaluate their own capacities regarding these tasks. Native North Americans (n = 35) received training in verbal self-guidance (VSG) designed to increase self-efficacy in a selection the end of the training program, the trainees who acquired skills in VSG had higher self-efficacy than the participants in the control group (n = 31) regarding their interview also performed better in the selection Cited by: The study was conducted to investigate the effect of self-efficacy on the performance of athletes.

Material & Method. The subjects consisted of male and female athletes ranging between 13 to 19 yrs from the schools of state of Punjab and Chandigarh.

The athletes were from the disciplines of Cricket, Kho-kho.File Size: KB. T1 - Effects of goal setting and strategy use on the writing performance and self-efficacy of students with writing and learning problems.

AU - Page-Voth, Victoria. AU - Graham, Steve. PY - /6. Y1 - /6. N2 - This study examined the effects of goal setting on the essays of 7th- and Sth-grade students with writing and learning by: Get this from a library. The effects of goal setting and imagery training programs on the free-throw performance of female basketball players.

[Bart Lerner]. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of self-regulation learning strategies training on the academic motivation and self-efficacy of students. Therefore, two twenty-three classes of female elementary students were selected as the by: Consequently, the aim of this study is to determine the effect of SMART goal setting on learners’ self-efficacy beliefs in listening.

It also advocates for an innovative integration of setting SMART goals into the school curriculum and classroom activities. Going Deeper Into SMART Goal Setting and Self-Efficacy. Goal SettingCited by: 1. Start studying PSY Exam 3.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Burton () found that after a five-month goal-setting program, swimmers.

goal setting enhanced performance more for low-complexity tasks when compared to high-complexity tasks. Thus the purpose of this study was twofold: (a) to evaluate whether a goal setting training (GST) program could teach athletes to set appropriate PGs, and (b) to assess the impact of the GST program on the perceived ability, competitive cognitions, and performance of collegiate swimmers.

Background Leadership training programs by experiential learning among adolescents are very popular worldwide and in particular developed countries, but there exists few studies which formally assessed their impact on the psychological well-being of program participants.

This study evaluated the effectiveness of leadership training programs on self-esteem and self. A fitness instructor suggests using positive self-statements to enhance self-esteem with an overweight client. A physical education teacher uses relaxation training to help students calm down before going on to their next class.

A therapist uses behavior modification techniques to help a person quit smoking. According to goal setting theory (Locke & Latham, ), goal progress feedback informs individuals about how to attain their goals and motivates them to work on the task by denoting progress and conveying that goals are attainable.

Self-efficacy theory postulates that goal progress feedback, as a persuasive form of self-efficacy. Objective. The aim of the study was to determine the effects of a simulated communication training course on nurses’ communication competence, self-efficacy, communication performance, myocardial infarction knowledge, and general satisfaction with Cited by:   Kolovelonis, A., Goudas, M., & Dermitzaki, I.

The Effects of Self-talk and Goal Setting on Self-regulation of Learning a New Motor Skill. Lerner, B.S., & Locke, E.A. The effects of goal setting, self-efficacy, competition and personal traits on the performance of an endurance task.

International Journal of Sport Psychology, 17, [3]. Miller, J., & Mc Auley, E. Effects of goal setting training program on basketball free throw self-efficacy and performance. >Self-efficacy provides a model for studying the effects of self-confidence on sport performance, persistence, and behavior.

>Self-efficacy is important when one has the requisite skills and sufficient motivation. >Self-efficacy affects an athlete's choice. The results of the study indicate there is a statistically significant relationship between self-efficacy and goal-setting (Hypothesis 1), self-efficacy and achievement motivation (Hypothesis 2), achievement motivation and goalsetting among students in their final year of study -.

Goal setting is the first step toward applying mental training skills to performance enhancement or recovery from sports injury. The importance of goal setting and striving for goals has long been recognized in sports9, 33 and rehabilitation, 16 Sports injury research has shown that fast healers practiced significantly more goal setting than did the slower healers.

24 In general Cited by:   The effects of a mental training program on junior’s pre-competitive anxiety, self-confidence, and tennis performance. Journal of Applied Sport Psychol ; Ming S., Martin G.L.

() Single-subject evaluation of a self-talk package for improving figure skating performance. The Sport Psycholog Cited by: This study examined the effect of self-efficacy, goals, and task strategies on goal choice and task performance.

Self-efficacy and task strategies were manipulated through training. It was found that ability, past performance, and self-efficacy were the major predictors of goal choice.