Miltiadis Proios

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The present study investigated aspects of moral development in sport, according to the form of participation, type of sport, and sport experience. 510 participants, 14 to 49 years of age (M=24.9, SD=8.3) who came from organized competitive sports included athletes (n=327), referees (n=138), and coaches (n=45) in football (n = 161), handball (n = 198), and(More)
The present study investigated the range of eating attitudes and social adjustment abilities of a normal population in relation to BMI, age and gender. The study consisted of 482 university and secondary education students ranging from 12 to 45 years of age (mean 20.57 ± 5.03 years). Mean B-WISE scale and EAT-26 subscale scores were compared among age, BMI(More)
Achievement goals and achievement emotions are elements developed during participation in sport activities. The present study aims to investigate the relationship between achievement goals and discrete emotions in sport and whether emotions vary with gender and type of sport. Males (n = 179), and females (n = 184) athletes were asked to participate in this(More)
The Measure Athletes’ Volition consists of 23 items that measure six elements of volitional competences. The purpose of the present study was to examine whether a subset of these items could form a short version of the scale; to provide evidence for the structural validity and internal consistency of the short version; and to test validity issues of the new(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate differences in moral reasoning between the two genders. The research sought to examine the development of moral reasoning according to the age, education level, training experience, sport type and the form of participation in sport for men and women separately. The participants were 441 persons (n = 315 men and n =(More)
The present aim was to investigate the effect of age and education on the moral reasoning of the same 535 individuals in sports for whom nature of sport experience was reported. All 535 participants (M age = 24.9 yr., SD = 8.3) were involved in sports at the time of the study as athletes (n = 342), referees (n = 145), or coaches (n = 48), and had a wide(More)
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effect of experiences of active membership and participation in decision-making processes and age on moral reasoning and goal orientations of referees in sport. The sample consisted of 148 referees of whom 56 judged soccer, 55 basketball, and 37 handball. Their ages ranged from 17 to 50 years (M=36.6,(More)
To examine the influence of form of athletic exercise, school environment, and sex in the sportsmanship of high school students, 158 boys and 197 girls, ages 15 to 18 years (M = 16.0, SD = .7) in physical education at school, recreational sports, and competitive sports at three schools were examined. Analysis of students' responses on the Multidimensional(More)
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