Peers and teachers as sources of relatedness perceptions, motivation, and affective responses in physical education.

@article{Cox2009PeersAT,
  title={Peers and teachers as sources of relatedness perceptions, motivation, and affective responses in physical education.},
  author={Anne E. Cox and Nicole Duncheon and Lindley McDavid},
  journal={Research quarterly for exercise and sport},
  year={2009},
  volume={80 4},
  pages={765-73}
}
Research has demonstrated the importance of relatedness perceptions to self-determined motivation in physical education. Therefore, studies have begun to examine the social factors contributing to feelings of relatedness. The purpose of this study was to examine teacher (perceived emotional support) and peer (acceptance, friendship quality) relationship variables to feelings of relatedness, motivation, and affective responses in junior high physical education students (N = 411). Results… CONTINUE READING
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