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dc.contributor.authorFranco Álvarez, Eveliaes-ES
dc.contributor.authorCoterón López, Javieres-ES
dc.contributor.authorHuéscar, Elisaes-ES
dc.contributor.authorMoreno-Murcia, Juan Antonioes-ES
dc.descriptionArtículos en revistases_ES
dc.description.abstractEl objetivo de este estudio fue testar una secuencia motivacional que explicara la intención de ser físicamente activo entre estudiantes de educación física poco
dc.description.abstractThe purpose of this study was to offer a motivational sequence that explains physical activity intentions among low-motivated students. Participants included 1872 students (Mage = 15.01; SDage = .83) from three countries. Cluster analysis, i.e., a person-centred approach, and a multi-group structural equation model, i.e., dimensional approach, were used. The existence of three motivational profiles, namely high motivation, high motivation with low ego and low-moderate motivation, was revealed. A first tested model, based on previous research findings, was found not to be invariant across the different profiles. A new model was tested and it was determined to be suitable for the low-moderate motivation profile. The results revealed that widely accepted motivational sequences to explain intention to be physically active in the future may be inapplicable for the least motivated students. Findings suggest that dispositional flow may play an especially important role for low-motivated students to engage in future physical activity.en-GB
dc.sourceRevista: Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, Periodo: 3, Volumen: 38, Número: 4, Página inicial: 1, Página final: 10es_ES
dc.subject.otherInnovación educativa para una formación integral en diferentes etapas y contextoses_ES
dc.titleA person-centered approach in physical education to better understand low-motivation studentses_ES
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dc.keywordsperfiles motivacionales, estudiantes poco motivados, flow disposicional, intención de ser físicamente activoes-ES
dc.keywordsmotivational profiles, low-motivated students, dispositional flow, intention to be physically activeen-GB

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