Self-Efficacy Moderates But Collective Efficacy Mediates Between Motivational Climate and Athletes’ Well-Being
Jan Blecharz , Aleksandra Łuszczyńska , Gershon Tenenbaum , U. Scholz , Roman Cieślak
AbstractBackground: The relationship between perceived motivational climate and athletes’ well-being may depend on personal resource factors such as self-efficacy beliefs which are expected to shield individuals from negative outcomes when environmental factors may not suffice to secure positive outcomes. We explored the roles of self-efficacy and collective efficacy by investigating whether they operated either as moderators or as mediators within this relationship. Methods: Study 1 was carried out among 56 athletes (basketball, volleyball, or soccer players), with a two-week follow-up, whereas Study 2 was conducted among 113 soccer players, with three measurement points (baseline, two-month follow-up, and nine-month follow-up). Their satisfaction with sport skills and performance served as an index of well-being. Results: The findings of Study 1 indicated that general self-efficacy moderated the relationship between taskoriented motivational climate and satisfaction. Task-oriented climate predicted satisfaction only among athletes with low self-efficacy. Study 2 showed that self-efficacy moderated the link between task-oriented motivational climate and satisfaction at nine-month follow-up. In contrast, collective efficacy at twomonth follow-up mediated the relationship between perceived motivational climate at baseline and satisfaction at nine-month follow-up. Conclusions: Athletes are at risk for lower well-being if they perceive a negative task-involving climate and if they harbor either low general self-efficacy or low personalbarrier self-efficacy.
|Journal series||Applied Psychology-Health and Well Being, ISSN 1758-0846, (A 30 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0|
|Keywords in English||collective efficacy, motivational climate, performance satisfaction, self-efficacy, sport, well-being|
|Publication indicators||: 2014 = 1.692; : 2014 = 1.757 (2) - 2014=2.5 (5)|
|Citation count*||20 (2020-06-19)|
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