Can athletes’ reports of self-regulated learning distinguish deliberate practice from physical preparation activity?

@article{Bartulovi2018CanAR,
  title={Can athletes’ reports of self-regulated learning distinguish deliberate practice from physical preparation activity?},
  author={Dora Bartulovi{\'c} and Bradley W. Young and Lindsay McCardle and Joseph Baker},
  journal={Journal of Sports Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={36},
  pages={2340 - 2348}
}
ABSTRACT Sustained persistence in deliberate practice (DP) could be aided by engagement in adaptive motivational and metacognitive types of self-regulated learning (SRL) processes. We examined relationships between SRL and each of DP and physical preparation (PP; e.g., cross-training) in supervised, unsupervised, social and non-social practice contexts. 272 individual-sport athletes (from city to international level; M sport activity = 13.54 hrs/wk; 200 males, ages 18–35) completed the Self… 

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