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Curran, Thomas; Hill, A. P.; Jowett, G.E.; Mallinson, S. H. (2014)
Publisher: EDIZIONI LUIGI POZZI
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: BF, GV557_Sports
Research suggests that self-oriented perfectionism and socially prescribed perfectionism have unique and distinct motivational properties that are evident among junior athletes. Likewise, harmonious and obsessive passions encompass distinctive patterns of motivation. Based on suggestions that different dimensions of perfectionism may be associated with varying types of passion, the aim of the current study was to test the possibility that self-oriented and socially prescribed perfectionism could be distinguished based on their relationship with harmonious and obsessive passion in junior athletes. Two hundred and forty-nine athletes (M age = 16.07, SD = 2.22) competing in various youth sports completed measures of perfectionism and passion. Multiple regression and canonical correlation analyses indicated that self-oriented perfectionism predicted higher levels of both types of passion. In contrast, socially prescribed perfectionism predicted only obsessive passion. The findings provide an initial indication that the motivational differences between self-oriented and socially prescribed perfectionism extend to the types of passion they engender. The findings also provide additional insight into the patterns of motivation that are likely to arise from the two dimensions of perfectionism in junior athletes.
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    • Table 1. Descriptive statistics and bivariate correlations. M SD
    • 1. Self-oriented perfectionism 4.75 0.65 2. Socially prescribed perfectionism 4.15 0.68 3. Harmonious passion 5.00 0.84 4. Obsessive passion 4.02 1.09
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