Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Physical Education, Sport, and Health (ACPES 2019)

Perception of Success in Sports Engagement among Athletes in Mindanao, Philippines (Region IX and X)

Authors
Hannah Joy S. Batucan, Noralie B. Morales, Rebecca M. Alcuizar
Corresponding Author
Hannah Joy S. Batucan
Available Online November 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/acpes-19.2019.12How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Sports engagement, perception of success, perceived control of internal state
Abstract
The role of sports engagement and perception of success has been known to be very important in the performance of athletes. This study seeks to examine the mediating role of thoughts and emotions in the relationship between sports engagement and perception of success. A sample of 1138 athletes answered perception of success questionnaire, sports engagement scale, and perceived control of internal state questionnaire. The results showed that the athletes with high dedication (commitment, enthusiasm) on sports engagement are likely to increase perception of success due to high perceived thought, and high emotion. Additionally, athletes with high absorption (interest) on sports engagement are likely to increase perception of success due to high perceived thought, and emotion. On the other hand, athletes with higher vigor (drive, force, energy) in sports engagement are likely to have high perception of success due to low perceived thought and low emotion. Furthermore, the result suggest the importance of how sports engagement affect athletes’ perception of success through the differential effects of perceived control of internal state namely thoughts and emotions among athletes.
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