Self-regulation and performance level of elite and non-elite youth soccer players.

  title={Self-regulation and performance level of elite and non-elite youth soccer players.},
  author={Tynke T Toering and Marije Titia Elferink-Gemser and Geir Jordet and Chris Visscher},
  journal={Journal of sports sciences},
  volume={27 14},
In learning and development, self-regulation can be described as the extent to which individuals are metacognitively, motivationally, and behaviourally proactive participants in their learning process (Zimmerman, 1989, 2006). We examined the relationship between self-regulation and performance level in elite (n = 159) and non-elite (n = 285) youth soccer players aged 11-17 years (mean 14.5 years, s = 1.4). The players completed a questionnaire that assessed planning, self-monitoring, evaluation… CONTINUE READING

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