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12. Effekt av feedback på kollektiv mestringstro og sosial loffing i et sykkeleksperiment (Book chapter)

Book title: Trender for idrettspsykologisk forskning i Skandinavia

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ISBN: 9788202596903 9788202596903 Year: Pages: 17 DOI: 10.23865/noasp.39.ch12 Language: Norwegian
Publisher: Cappelen Damm Akademisk/NOASP (Nordic Open Access Scholarly Publishing)
Subject: Psychology
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"The aim of the study was to examine the extent in which verbal feedback (positive
and negative) affected the collective efficacy, and to what extent an increase in collective efficacy
would affect the propensity to social loafing in a sport group context where individual
effort is not perceived as identifiable. 66 sports students conducted an interval of one-minute
maximum effort on the bike ergometer under individual conditions. Participants were then
randomized into teams in which half of them received positive feedback, while the others
received negative feedback, before they then carried out three trials under collective conditions.
The participants’ belief in the team’s victory chance was reported ahead of the second
and third attempt. The results show that feedback affected the collective efficacy, but there was
a non-significant difference in performance between the groups."

11. Prinsipper ved test–retest-reliabilitet (Book chapter)

Book title: Trender for idrettspsykologisk forskning i Skandinavia

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ISBN: 9788202596903 9788202596903 Year: Pages: 14 DOI: 10.23865/noasp.39.ch11 Language: Norwegian
Publisher: Cappelen Damm Akademisk/NOASP (Nordic Open Access Scholarly Publishing)
Subject: Psychology
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"The study aim was twofold: 1) Review basic principles of test-retest reliability,
and 2) investigate the reliability of a test procedure of a one-minute time trial on an ergometer
bicycle in relatively well-trained young adults. The subjects (N = 12) completed three “all-out”
intervals on the bicycle ergometers where average watt produced was recorded. The results
of the experiments showed no significant mean differences across tests, high ICC (.996), low
CV, TE, and SEM. The findings suggested that the ergometer test had the ability to produce
accurate and stable measurements. It also indicated that measurement biases that affected the
results did not seem to occur."

7. Hva sier de til seg selv? (Book chapter)

Book title: Trender for idrettspsykologisk forskning i Skandinavia

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ISBN: 9788202596903 9788202596903 Year: Pages: 18 DOI: 10.23865/noasp.39.ch7 Language: Norwegian
Publisher: Cappelen Damm Akademisk/NOASP (Nordic Open Access Scholarly Publishing)
Subject: Psychology
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"The purpose of this study was to examine the self-talk of elite triathletes during a
competition. Furthermore, we wanted to investigate possible differences in content and frequency
in self-talk during a triathlon competition among elite and club triathletes. Participants
were ten members of the Norwegian triathlon national team as well as ten triathletes
competing at Norwegian club level. The competition consisted of an indoor sprint-distance triathlon (a 750 m pool swim leg, a 20 km ergometer cycling leg, and a 5 km treadmill run leg).
Self-talk content and frequency were measured using a Norwegian version of the Automatic
Self-Talk Questionnaire for Sports (ASTQS). Overall, results showed that all athletes reported
more positive than negative self-talk during competition. Moreover, elite athletes reported
more confidence-inducing self-talk compared to the club level athletes during the swim. The
findings also indicated that elite athletes were more able than club athletes to maintain higher
levels of positive self-talk during the latter stages of the competition (5 km run). This tendency
was reversed regarding negative self-talk. Elite athletes reported less negative self-talk compared
to club level athletes towards the end of the competition."

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