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The Relationship between Motivational Climate and Player’s Satisfaction in Tehran Futsal Primer League. JRSM 2014; 4 (8) :135-148
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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between motivational climate and athletes' satisfaction. Population included all the adult players participating in futsal premier league of Tehran (N= 196) 153 people were selected by simple random sampling. Perceived motivational climate in sport questionnaire (PMCSQ) with 21 questions and athletes' satisfaction questionnaire (ASQ) with 14 questions were used as a data. The validity of Questionnaires confirmed by 6 specialists. The reliability coefficient of the questionnaires in a guide study was estimated respectively 0/82 and 0/89. Data were analyzed by using the ANOVA with repeated measures, Bonferroni post hoc test, depended t-test, and Pearson's correlation coefficient at p&le 0/05. The results showed that motivational mastery climate have higher average than motivational mastery climate. Also, there were significant differences between four aspects of the athletes' satisfaction, and players were more satisfied with coach treatment in comparison to other aspects. The results of Bonfferoni post hoc tests showed that the team performance satisfaction was significantly less than other satisfaction aspects. In addition, there was a positive and meaningful relationship between motivational mastery climate of the team with team performance satisfaction, individual performance satisfaction, coach treatment satisfaction, and coach training and instruction satisfaction. Meanwhile, there was a positive and meaningful relationship between motivational performance climate of the team and individual performance satisfaction. Therefore, the coaches can supply players' satisfaction through creating motivational mastery climate.
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Accepted: 2022/03/31 | Published: 2015/03/15

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