Strategie di self-handicapping: un confronto tra dominio sportivo e dominio scolastico

Titolo Rivista: PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE
Autori/Curatori: Marianna Alesi, Gaetano Rappo, Annamaria Pepi
Anno di pubblicazione: 2007 Fascicolo: 3 Lingua: English
Numero pagine: 13 P. 45-57 Dimensione file: 189 KB
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<em>Self-handicapping strategies: a comparison between sport domain and school domain</em> ABSTRACT: A growing body of studies focuses on the cross-domain analysis of cognitive and emotional-motivational factors. The aim of this research is to study the relationship between the self-handicapping strategies and motivational beliefs such as the personal conceptions of abilities and the achievement goals and in school and sport domains. Four hundred eighty five subjects, from both sexes and from medium socio-economic status, were administered a questionnaire on self-handicapping strategies (Midgley, Arunkumar and Urdan, 1996), the Personal Conceptions of Intelligence Scale (Faria and Fontaine, 1997) and a questionnaire on achievement goals (Duda and Nicholls, 1992). Results indicate differences in the use of self-handicapping strategies and goals of achievement according to domain and gender. Firstly, athletes used self-handicapping strategies significantly more often than students. In particular, we observe the existence of significant interaction effects between the domain and the gender for self-handicapping strategies, showing that athletes women used more frequently above-mentioned strategies than other groups. Moreover, the study highlights the existence of positive significant correlations between the self-handicapping strategies, the static conception of abilities and the performance goals both in school domain and sport domain. In summary the research emphasizes the importance of analyzing properties of school and sport domains in depth in order to better understand the use of self-handicapping strategies.

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Marianna Alesi, Gaetano Rappo, Annamaria Pepi, Strategie di self-handicapping: un confronto tra dominio sportivo e dominio scolastico in "PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE" 3/2007, pp 45-57, DOI: