Building the Causal Attribution Scale of Winning and Losing for Basketball Coaches
Keywords:Scale, Causal Attribution, Winning, Basketball, Losing
Sports psychology is concerned with studying human behavior as a living being that seeks to adapt to the
stimulation and the sports coach is one of the samples to which this applies, as he has to follow a certain
behavior to deal with his players, which requires him to form his own philosophy and this philosophy
appears clearly through his training profession As the work in training aims to gain more respect and selfesteem and good social status.
All of this appears through the sporting competition that ends either with winning or losing, and here comes
to the coach’s mind the evaluation of many justifications and the reasons behind the gain or loss, including
personal and external or administrative reasons, and here the issue of causal attribution emerges, and there
is no study that has identified this topic and for this This study aimed to build a measure of the causal
attribution of victory and loss for basketball coaches.
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