Sports Psychology: goal orientation and sportspersonship

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How do goal orientation and sportspersonship relate to each other? Specifically, which type of orientation (ego versus mastery) would tend to foster better sportspersonship? Thinking back over your life, please write a one-page, double-spaced essay explaining your perspective regarding this question

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Running head: SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY
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Sports Psychology
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Sports Psychology
Goal orientation refers to the basic attitude, and beliefs towards a given goal to be
achieved. Goal orientation also would mean the motivation to attain a given goal in sports. In the
sportspersonship, goal orientation is very significant in that it helps in ensuring that you achieve
set goals. Sportspersonship and goal orientation are related in that in order to be successful in
sportsmanship it is important to be goal oriented. Goal orientation will help in ensuring the right
track or path is kept towards reaching the goals which have already been set. Goal orientation
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