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Teacher, peer, and parent autonomy support in physical education and leisure-time physical activity: A trans-contextual model of motivation in four nations

Autorid: Hagger M , Chatzisarantis N , Hein V , Soós I , Lintunen T , Karsai I , Leemans S
Väljaandja/tellija: Psychology and Health
Märksõnad: füüsiline aktiivsus, Euroopa, õpetajad, õpilased, hoiakud, hinnangud
Välja antud: 2009
Tüüp: Teaduslik artikkel/kogumik
Viide: Hagger M, Chatzisarantis N, Hein V. Teacher, peer, and parent autonomy support in physical education and leisure-time physical activity: A trans-contextual model of motivation in four nations. Psychology and Health 2009;24(6):689-711.
Link: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/1350881472-90334544/content~db=all~content=a794511391~tab=content
Alamvaldkonnad:Füüsiline aktiivsus
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Kirjeldus: An extended trans-contextual model of motivation for health-related physical activity was tested in samples from four nations. The model proposes a motivational sequence in which perceived autonomy support from teachers in a physical education (PE) context and from peers and parents in a leisure-time physical activity context predict autonomous motivation, intentions and physical activity behaviour in a leisure-time context. A three-wave prospective correlational design was employed. High-school pupils from Britain, Estonia, Finland and Hungary completed measures of perceived autonomy support from PE teachers, autonomous motivation in both contexts, perceived autonomy support from peers and parents, attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioural control and intentions from the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB), and measures of behaviour and past behaviour in a leisure-time context. Path-analyses controlling for past behaviour supported trans-contextual model hypotheses across all samples. Effects of perceived autonomy support from peers and parents on leisure-time autonomous motivation were small and inconsistent, while effects on TPB variables were stronger. There was a unique effect of perceived autonomy support from PE teachers on leisure-time autonomous motivation. Findings support the model, which provides an explanation of the processes by which perceived autonomy support from different sources affects health-related physical activity motivation across these contexts.