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The Relationship Between Perceived Coaching Behaviours, Motivation and Self-Efficacy in Wrestlers

and take pleasure from them ( Altintaş et al., 2013 ). In extrinsic motivation, behaviours are performed in order to attain a certain result ( Morsünbül, 2012 ). People playing sports in order to have a career may be considered as an example of extrinsic motivation. In addition, feeling of lack of motivation is defined as amotivation. When people are unable to perceive the correlation between their actions and the results of these actions, amotivation occurs. These people are motivated neither intrinsically nor extrinsically. Those who are amotivated experience

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The Effects of Personal and Organizational Resources on Work and Well-Being Outcomes among Turkish Nurses

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Cognitive and emotional determinants for destructive coping strategies by junior high school students in a social conflict situation

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Conforming and nonconforming personality and stress coping styles in combat athletes

require and adhere to schedules with precision and perfectionism of a bureaucrat, and in this they resemble conformists. This duality in nonconformists’ behaviour, i.e. the flexibility and rigidity sometimes may be perceived by other athletes as surprising and incomprehensible. Situational changes initiate adaptive flexibility in nonconformist’s behaviour ( Schmitt and Pilchner, 2004 ). A nonconformist with his/her task-oriented emotional and motivational energy and stress coping style aims for sport-related achievement, which is understood as a combined result of a

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Basic personality traits and coping strategies in relation to health and burnout among members of Slovenian Armed Forces

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Quality of Life Indicators of University Students in Hungary

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Woman’s Face of City Beauty, or How Tourists are Feeling in a Tourist Destination

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Survey-Based Research on Patients' Knowledge About Endodontic Treatment

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Effect of Training Mode on Post-Exercise Heart Rate Recovery of Trained Cyclists

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Marital quality and religiousness of couples parenting children with autism

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