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Alternative TitleRelationship Between Group Cohesiveness and Athletic Results--Reasons for Inconsistence of Research Results
马红宇; 王二平
Source Publication北京体育大学学报
Other AbstractThe definition of group cohesiveness in physical education and sport and its measurement were summed up and correlative studies between group cohesiveness and athletic results were analyzed. It was shown that the relationship between group cohesiveness and athletic results is complex . Most of the studies showed that group cohesiveness was positively correlated to the athletic results. A few studies showed that there were not any relation between them or both of them were correlated negatively. It was considered that the reasons for the inconsistence of the studies relate mainly to the measurement and task of the group cohesiveness as well as the group target setup. In addition, in studying the relation between group cohesiveness and athletic results the choice of performance measurement should also be considered.
Keyword运动训练 群体凝聚力 运动成绩 测量
Subject Area运动心理学
Indexed ByCSCD
Funding Organization中国博士后科学基金资助项目
Funding Project中国博士后科学基金资助项目
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马红宇,王二平. 群体凝聚力与运动成绩关系:研究结果不一致的原因[J]. 北京体育大学学报,2002,25(6):834-836.
APA 马红宇,&王二平.(2002).群体凝聚力与运动成绩关系:研究结果不一致的原因.北京体育大学学报,25(6),834-836.
MLA 马红宇,et al."群体凝聚力与运动成绩关系:研究结果不一致的原因".北京体育大学学报 25.6(2002):834-836.
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