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Investigating Intraindividual Variability of Psychological Needs Satisfaction and Relations With Subsequent Physical Activity

Erin J. Reifsteck, Derek J. Hevel, Shelby N. Anderson, Amanda L. Rebar, and Jaclyn P. Maher

needs of autonomy, competence, and relatedness fosters optimal motivation and well-being ( Standage & Ryan, 2020 ). The extent to which these psychological needs are satisfied during PA engagement is theorized to be a key facilitator of future PA behavior through enhancing self-determined motivation

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Basic Psychological Needs, Motivation, Engagement, and Disaffection in Mexican Students During Physical Education Classes

Jorge Zamarripa, René Rodríguez-Medellín, and Fernándo Otero-Saborido

psychological needs theory ( Deci & Ryan, 2002 ; Ryan & Deci, 2017 ), one of the six subtheories that currently compose the SDT, indicates that individuals who develop a motivation driving them to a certain activity (e.g., actively participating during class) rely on the perceived quality of their

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Teachers’ Verbal and Nonverbal Communication, Students’ Psychological Needs, and Positive and Negative Outcomes in Physical Education

Héctor Moreno-Casado, Francisco M. Leo, Miguel A. López-Gajardo, Tomás García-Calvo, and Juan J. Pulido

message to their students can be essential to satisfying students’ psychological needs ( Koka & Hagger, 2010 ; Nicaise et al., 2006 ), and in turn, positive outcomes (e.g., engagement and willingness to learn; King & Witt, 2009 ; Vasconcellos et al., 2020 ). Teachers’ Communication and Students

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A Test of Basic Psychological Needs Theory in a Physical-Activity-Based Program for Underserved Youth

Lindley McDavid, Meghan H. McDonough, Bonnie T. Blankenship, and James M. LeBreton

( Ford & Lerner, 1992 ; Larson, 2006 ; Weiss et al., 2008 ). Basic psychological needs theory ( Deci & Ryan, 2000 ), a subtheory of self-determination theory, provides a well-supported framework that explains how social relationships can support well-being. Social relationships are situated as

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Preservice Teachers’ Mindfulness and Attitudes Toward Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Role of Basic Psychological Needs Satisfaction

Chunxiao Li, Ngai Kiu Wong, Raymond K.W. Sum, and Chung Wah Yu

investigating the relationship between mindfulness and attitudes toward the inclusion of students with ASD. The Role of Basic Psychological Needs Satisfaction It is important to understand the underlying process between mindfulness and attitudes toward students with ASD. One possible and promising approach is

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The Antecedents of Coaches’ Interpersonal Behaviors: The Role of the Coaching Context, Coaches’ Psychological Needs, and Coaches’ Motivation

Meredith Rocchi and Luc G. Pelletier

result of contextual factors, as well as the extent to which the three basic psychological needs are satisfied or not in that activity ( Deci & Ryan, 1985 ). Contextual factors include the structure of the environment (i.e., conflict between domains, organizational structure, etc.) and the people within

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An Examination of Dweck’s Psychological Needs Model in Relation to Exercise-Related Well-Being

Colin M. Wierts, Bruno D. Zumbo, Ryan E. Rhodes, Guy Faulkner, and Mark R. Beauchamp

Just as humans have physical needs for food and water to maintain physiological functioning ( Hull, 1943 ), humans have psychological needs that maintain the integrity and functioning of the psyche ( Baumeister & Leary, 1995 ; Deci & Ryan, 2000 ; Dweck, 2017 ; Sheldon, 2011 ). The study of

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Longitudinal Associations Between Athletes’ Psychological Needs and Burnout Across a Competitive Season: A Latent Difference Score Analysis

Stephen Shannon, Garry Prentice, Noel Brick, Gerard Leavey, and Gavin Breslin

experience the satisfaction of autonomy (i.e., provision of choice, volitional behavior); competence (i.e., feelings of effectiveness); and relatedness (i.e., sense of belongingness) (see basic psychological needs theory; Ryan & Deci, 2008 ). Importantly, psychological needs receive varied levels of support

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Athletes’ Psychological Needs and Coaches’ Interpersonal Behaviors: A Within-Person Latent Profile Analysis

Stephen Shannon, Garry Prentice, and Gavin Breslin

). The SDT is a metatheory of human behavior and health, encompassing several mini-theories that are unified by the position that humans have three innate psychological needs essential to mental health ( Ryan & Deci, 2017 ). Specifically, within basic psychological needs theory (BPNT; Ryan & Deci, 2008

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Predictive Strengths of Basic Psychological Needs in Physical Education Among Hispanic Children: A Gender-Based Approach

Tsz Lun (Alan) Chu, Tao Zhang, Katherine T. Thomas, Xiaoxia Zhang, and Xiangli Gu

in different psychosocial and motivational processes in PE across gender, especially among minority children, would inform PE teachers about practical strategies that can enhance boys’ and girls’ motivation more effectively. Basic Psychological Needs Self-determination theory (SDT; Deci & Ryan, 1985