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Self-determination moderates the effects of perceived competence on intrinsic motivation in an exercise setting

Self-determination moderates the effects of perceived competence on intrinsic motivation in an exercise setting

Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 21(4): 351-361

Women aerobics participants (n=146, location, date not specified) completed measures of self-determination, perceived competence, and intrinsic motivation for exercise to determine whether self-determination moderates the effects of perceived competence on intrinsic motivation for participating in the classes. Moderated hierarchical regression revealed a significant interactive effect of self-determination and perceived competence.

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DOI: 10.1123/jsep.21.4.351

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