Testing self-determined motivation as a mediator of the relationship between psychological needs and affective and behavioral outcomes.

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Self-determination theory suggests that when psychological needs for autonomy, competence, and relatedness are met, participants experience more self-determined types of motivation and more positive outcomes. Limited research has examined this mediational role of self-determined motivation in adult physical activity participants, and very few studies have… (More)

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