AT Research and Catalyst Senior Thani Greco, explored the implications of negative feedback on five female touch rugby players' self efficacy and performance rate. The Physical Self Efficacy and Perceived Physical Ability scales were used to measure self-efficacy of individuals and error rates (number of dropped balls) were surveyed before each of the three reported games.
Thani's research found a negative correlation between self-efficacy and performance, further supporting prior studies indicating a link between the two.
Feel free to join Thani's presentation on Tuesday, April 23rd, from 12:15-12:45.
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