THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE DEPENDENCE LEVELS OF FACULTY OF SPORTS SCIENCES STUDENTS ON THEIR SPORTS-SPECIFIC ACHIEVEMENT

Mihriay Musa, Abdurrahman Kepoğlu, Fatma Selçuk

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The aim of our study is to determine the effect of exercise dependence levels of sports science faculty students on their sport-specific achievement motivation. This descriptive research is in the general survey model. The universe of the study was formed by the students studying at the Faculty of Sport Sciences of Uşak University in the 2020-2021 academic year. The sample of the study is 200 students. The aim of the study was explained to 200 students who accepted the study. First, the subjects were administered the Willis Sports-Specific Achievement Motivation Scale. Later, the Exercise dependence Scale was applied. Kruskal Wallis and Mann Whitney-U tests were used at the significance level of 0.05 for the mean differences. In order to determine the relationship between variables, Pearson correlation analysis was performed at the significance level of 0.05. Regression analysis at the significance level of 0.01 was performed to determine the effect on the sport-specific motivation for success. In the light of the data obtained from the study, 27.5% of the students are in the addicted group in terms of exercise dependence. On the other hand, 46% was in the risk group and only 6.5% was in the normal group. Students’ exercise dependence levels have a weak negative effect on their specific achievement motivation levels in sports. As the exercise dependence levels of the students increase, their level of achievement motivation specific to the sport decreases. This effect level is 37.4%. Exercise dependence should be directed to education, psychotherapy, and alternative treatment methods in order to increase sportive success, as exercise dependence has a negative effect of 34.7% on sport-specific achievement motivation.

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