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    题名: Mechanisms of mindfulness for professional golfers: the mediating role of basic psychological needs
    作者: Hsin-Yun Chuang;Fong-Jia Wang;Li-Kang Chi
    关键词: Basic psychological needs theory;Mindfulness;Professional golf
    日期: 2021-05-26
    上传时间: 2021-06-11 12:10:47 (UTC+8)
    出版者: Springer Nature
    摘要: The relationship between mindfulness and well-being and ill-being has been demonstrated to a great extent. In sports, the
    fulfillment of individuals’ basic psychological needs depends mostly on support from others, such as that from a coach in a
    sports team context. However, a possible way for individuals to fulfill their basic psychological needs is by enhancing mindfulness rather than depending on others. Therefore, building on SDT and mindfulness, this study examines the mediating effect of
    basic psychological needs on mindfulness to predict subjective vitality and athlete burnout in professional golfers. The participants were 120 golfers (47% females), with a mean age and golf experience of 22.28 and 9.48 years, respectively. The
    association between mindfulness and subjective vitality was partially mediated by the need for autonomy and relatedness. By
    contrast, the association between mindfulness and burnout was partially mediated by the need for competence and relatedness,
    thus supporting our mediation analysis. Overall, the study highlights mindfulness as a potential mechanism to ensure the
    fulfillment of basic psychological needs in golf training, which could enhance golfers’ subjective vitality and reduce the
    occurrence of burnout.
    關聯: Current Psychology (2021)
    DOI: 10.1007/s12144-021-01877-3
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