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۱Goal Orientations, Role Conflict and Ambiguity: Predictors of Competitive Anxiety in Athletes (انگلیسی)
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اطلاعات انتشار: نشريه بين المللي روانشناسي، اول،شماره۲، ۲۰۰۷، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۱۷
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the relationships of goal orientations, role conflict and ambiguity to competitive anxiety of athletes. The sample consisted of 224 male volleyball players of Iran Universities. The athletes representing 20 different teams participated in the study. Three instruments were used: Goal Orientations in Sport Questionnaire, Role Conflict and Ambiguity Scales, and Competitive State Anxiety Inventory–2. Role ambiguity, role conflict, and ego orientation had positive and significant correlations with competitive anxiety of athletes, 0.25, 0.26, and 0.24, respectively; while the correlation of task orientation with competitive anxiety was significant and negative, –0.23. The multiple regression analyses showed that role conflict, role ambiguity, ego orientation and task orientation were the best predictors for competitive anxiety.

۲Machiavellianism and Perfectionism as Predictors of life satisfaction (انگلیسی)
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اطلاعات انتشار: نشريه بين المللي روانشناسي، دوم،شماره۲(پياپي ۴)، ۲۰۰۸، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۱۱
This study examined the relationship between the predictive variables of Machiavellianism and perfectionism, and the criterion variable of life satisfaction through a sample of 472 university students (230 men and 242 women). Three instruments were used: Machiavellianism Scale, Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale and The Satisfaction with Life Scale. According to the results, Both Machiavellianism and Perfectionism were negatively correlated with life satisfaction. Furthermore, the multiple regression analyses showed that for students the socially prescribed perfectionism, Machiavellianism and other–oriented perfectionism were the best predictors of life satisfaction. The results of this study support previous findings suggesting that Machiavellianism and perfectionism are associated with life satisfaction. In addition, it is specified that Machiavellianism and perfectionism are the factors that significantly predict reported levels of life satisfaction.
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