Term of Award
Master of Science
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Thesis (open access)
Charles J. Hardy
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Committee Member 2
The purpose of this study was to examine the predictive utility of competitive trait anxiety, using a multidimensional measure (Sport Anxiety Scale, Smith, Smoll, & Schutz, 1990) with an added directional component (Jones & Swain, 1992), social support (Social Provisions Scale, Russell & Cutrona, 1984), daily hassles (Daily Hassles Scale, Kanner, Coyne, Schaefer, & Lazarus, 1981), and gender for athletic injury frequency and severity. Questionnaires were administered to 10 male and female high school basketball teams (N= 103) at the beginning of the 2000 - 2001 season, and injury data was collected from that point throughout the regular season. No significant results emerged in the predictive analyses, possibly because participants were not particularly stressed. Explanations for these results and considerations for improving the quality of this research within the high school population are discussed. v
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Mannion, Joseph M., "The Predictive Utility of Competitive Trait Anxiety, Social Support, and Daily Hassles for Athletic Injury" (2003). Legacy ETDs. 1134.