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The "Russian roulette" of soccer?: Perceived control and anxiety in a major tournament penalty shootout

(2006) Jordet, G.; Elferink-Gemser, T.; Lemmink, K.A.P.M.; Visscher, C.

Kicks from the penalty mark (official term for the "penalty shootout") are regularly featured in major soccer tournaments to determine the outcome of tied games. Based on the contingency-competence-control (CCC) model (Weisz & Stipek, 1982), this study provides an examination of the control beliefs and anxiety experienced by 10 elite soccer players in the context of a major tournament penalty shootout. Measures included interview questions and CSAI-2R (Cox, Martens, & Russell 2003) with direction instructions (Jones & Swain, 1992). The results gave some support to the model's predictions. The quantitative analyses demonstrated that perceived contingency and competence correlated with anxiety. For example, believing that outcome is based on luck was associated with debilitative interpretation Of somatic anxiety symptoms. Most findings were supported by the qualitative analyses. The CCC-model can be useful for researchers endeavouring to learn more about perceived control in competitive sport




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Digital ID 4b59833d597b0
Journall INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT PSYCHOLOGY
Volume number 37
Series number 2
Title The "Russian roulette" of soccer?: Perceived control and anxiety in a major tournament penalty shootout
Title order "Russian roulette" of soccer?: Perceived control and anxiety in a major tournament penalty shootout
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Page start 281
Page end 298
Year issued 2006
Language en_US
Type Article / Letter to editor
Description Kicks from the penalty mark (official term for the "penalty shootout") are regularly featured in major soccer tournaments to determine the outcome of tied games. Based on the contingency-competence-control (CCC) model (Weisz & Stipek, 1982), this study provides an examination of the control beliefs and anxiety experienced by 10 elite soccer players in the context of a major tournament penalty shootout. Measures included interview questions and CSAI-2R (Cox, Martens, & Russell 2003) with direction instructions (Jones & Swain, 1992). The results gave some support to the model's predictions. The quantitative analyses demonstrated that perceived contingency and competence correlated with anxiety. For example, believing that outcome is based on luck was associated with debilitative interpretation Of somatic anxiety symptoms. Most findings were supported by the qualitative analyses. The CCC-model can be useful for researchers endeavouring to learn more about perceived control in competitive sport
Rights UMCG
ISI number ISI:000241600700012
Departments BEW
ISSN 0047-0767
Keywords anxiety; anxiety; control; competence; contingency; football; soccer; article; competence; CONTROL-RELATED BELIEFS; COMPETITIVE STATE ANXIETY; CLINIC-REFERRED CHILDREN; ADOLESCENTS; PERFORMANCE; CONTINGENCY; SYMPTOMS; INVENTORY-2; DEPRESSION; COMPETENCE; examination; human; interview; MODEL; Netherlands; prediction; sport; symptom
Author(s) Jordet, G.; Elferink-Gemser, T.; Lemmink, K.A.P.M.; Visscher, C.


 
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