TITLE

EFFECT OF MANIPULATING POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE FEEDBACK ON GOAL ORIENTATIONS, PERCEIVED MOTIVATIONAL CLIMATE, SATISFACTION, TASK CHOICE, PERCEPTION OF ABILITY, AND ATTITUDE TOWARD PHYSICAL EDUCATION LESSONS

AUTHOR(S)
Viciana, J.; Cervelló, E. M.; Ramírez-Lechuga, J.
PUB. DATE
August 2007
SOURCE
Perceptual & Motor Skills;Aug2007, Vol. 105 Issue 1, p67
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study examined the effect of different types of feedback on goal orientation, perception of motivational climate, satisfaction, and boredom in physical education (PE) classes, pupils' preferences for challenging versus easy tasks, pupils' attitudes towards PE lessons, and perception of gymnastic ability. 95 subjects in three treatment conditions (positive feedback, negative feedback, and both feedback types) participated in 14 lessons and completed pre- and postintervention measures. Results showed that subjects in the positive feedback group had significantly higher scores on learning-oriented motivational climate and enjoyment than the subjects of the negative feedback group. The negative feedback group reported higher scores on performance-oriented motivational climate than the positive feedback group. Results also showed that subjects in the group receiving both types of feedback had lower scores on learning-oriented motivational climate, higher scores on enjoyment than the negative feedback group, and lower scores on boredom than the positive feedback group. The effects of feedback on physical education students' motivation are discussed.
ACCESSION #
26646605

 

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