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THE EFFECT OF THE FREQUENCY OF INSTRUCTIONAL AND MOTIVATIONAL SELF-TALK ON PERFORMANCE OF DART THROWING SKILL

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 Start Page 71 | End Page 80

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 The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of the frequency of instructional and MOTIVATIONAL SELF-TALK on motor performance in DART THROWING SKILL.38 non-athlete male students of Islamic Azad University with Average Age of 23.3 participate in the study voluntarily and were assigned into instructional and MOTIVATIONAL SELF-TALK groups with one and three repetitions based on pre-test scores in dart throwing. Results showed that instructional and MOTIVATIONAL SELF-TALK with one repetition caused a significant improve on dart throwing performance. However, instructional and MOTIVATIONAL SELF-TALK with three repetitions significantly deteriorated dart throwing. In other word, repetitions of self-talk had a negative effect on dart throwing performance that could be probably due to the paralysis of analysis and apparent use of the rules.

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