Student Thoughts During Tennis Instruction

Lee, Amelia M.; Landin, Dennis K.; Carter, Jo A.
April 1992
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr1992, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p256
Academic Journal
The article presents a study of student thoughts during tennis instruction. A survey of thirty fourth-grade students who watched an hour of videotaped tennis lessons revealed that there was a significant positive relationship between skill-related thoughts and successful performance during sports instruction.


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