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Tsuchiya, H. (2012). So-sharu sapo-to wo katsuyou shita supo-tsu kaunnserinngu.ba-n autoyobou no tame no chi-mu birudhinngu [Sport Counselling Utilising Social Support: Team Building for Burnout Prevention]. Tokyo: Kazama shobo. (In Japanese)

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  • TITLE: Effects of Social Support on Athletes’ Psychological Well-Being: The Correlations among Received Support, Perceived Support, and Personality

    AUTHORS: Eriko Katagami, Hironobu Tsuchiya

    KEYWORDS: Social Support, Psychological Well-Being, Athletes, Personality, Schema

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.7 No.13, November 24, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The current study aimed to examine the impact of received support and perceived support on athletes’ psychological well-being. Furthermore, correlations between received support, perceived support, and personality were investigated. Two hundred and thirty-nine Japanese university student athletes (M age = 19.69 ± 1.01 years) completed the questionnaires regarding social support, psychological well-being, and personality. The results indicated that received support was positively correlated with athletes’ psychological well-being, while perceived support was not found to be a predictor of psychological well-being. Furthermore, it was demonstrated that received support and perceived support were positively correlated with each other. In addition, the results indicated that there was no relationship between received support and positive self-schema, whereas perceived support was positively correlated with positive self-schema. In conclusion, received support can be a salient predictor of athletes’ psychological well-being.