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スポーツにおける「あがり」の要因と要因間の関係性

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  • Factors related to choking under pressure in sports and the relationships among them
  • スポーツ ニ オケル 「 アガリ 」 ノ ヨウイン ト ヨウイン カン ノ カンケイセイ

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Factors related to choking under pressure during sports were investigated through a questionnaire survey, and the relationships among them were examined. A questionnaire survey of choking was conducted among university students in sports-oriented school clubs (n=535). Exploratory factor analysis extracted 11 factors: changes in motor control and vicious circles, abnormal physical sensations, cognitive and perceptual confusion, introversion, self-consciousness, feelings of physical heaviness and weakness, conscious processing (attention to movements), passivity, feelings of physical fatigue, safety-oriented strategies, and heat sensations. An analytical model with nine factors (excluding feelings of physical fatigue and heat sensations) as latent variables was constructed, and covariance structure analysis was performed. The results indicated the validity of the mechanistic model of choking, consisting of nine latent variables. According to the model, when self-consciousness, or abnormal physical sensations, had a high profile, conscious processing increased. Furthermore, it was confirmed that conscious processing affected changes in motor control and vicious circles, which led directly to a decline in motor performance. It was also indicated that abnormal physical sensations determined cognitive and perceptual confusion, or feelings of physical heaviness and weakness. On the other hand, when cognitive and perceptual confusion and feelings of physical heaviness and weakness had a high profile, passivity increased. High passivity caused changes in motor control and vicious circles. Moreover, increased passivity led to the adoption of a safety-oriented strategy that often caused changes in motor control and vicious circles. While previous studies have tried to explain choking only from the perspective of changes in attention, the above results suggest the following mechanistic model of choking, indicative of another perspective: changes in psychological, physiological, and behavioral variables cause a decline in performance. Especially interactions between emotions and cognition and the adoption of a strategy with a low risk of failure determine changes in motor control.<br>

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  • 体育学研究

    体育学研究 57 (2), 595-611, 2012

    一般社団法人 日本体育・スポーツ・健康学会

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