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Relationship between locus of control and satisfaction with intercollegiate volleyball teams at different levels of competition

Journal of Sport Behavior 16(4): 221-228
Relationship between locus of control and satisfaction with intercollegiate volleyball teams at different levels of competition
This study assessed the relationship between locus of control and player satisfaction. Participants were 91 female, intercollegiate volleyball players from eight San Francisco Bay Area colleges representing Division I, II, III, and Community College level teams. Players were administered the Levenson Internal, Powerful Others, and Chance scale to measure locus of control. Satisfaction was assessed with the Sport Satisfaction Scale, a measure devised for the purposes of this study.

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