The Relationship with Self Esteem Between Self Monitoring Levels of Sub Elite In-Door Soccer Players


4th International Conference on Science Culture and Sport, Ohrid, Macedonia, 22 - 26 July 2015, vol.3, no.11, pp.148

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Summary Text
  • Volume: 3
  • City: Ohrid
  • Country: Macedonia
  • Page Numbers: pp.148
  • Erciyes University Affiliated: Yes


The Relationship with Self Esteem Between Self Monitoring Levels of Sub Elite In-Door Soccer Players
At this study, it was aimed to investigate the relationship with self-esteem between self monitoring levels of sub-elite in-door soccer players. For this aim, 18–28 aged, 86 male and 91 female athletes studying 7 universities which joined in-door soccer championship of Turkish University Sport Federation was participated to study volunteerly. Socio-demographic data form, Self-monitoring Scale and Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventory were performed by participants. Data were analyzed by using IBM SPSS (version 20.0). Spearman Correlation parameter calculated in order to comment the relationship with data, Multiple regretion analysis was performed for the predictive power of self-esteem for self monitoring levels of participants. According to analysis, a negative relationship was found among self-esteem, self-monitoring total score and extraversion levels and it was found that self-esteem levels predictived self monitoring levels substantially. Self-monitoring and extraversion effects self-esteem negatively, it was thought that highly self-esteemed athletes, seems themselves superior than other athletes, ignore the extraneous criticism. No matter what self-esteem levels is that extraversion and acting altitute has not change. Consequently, self-esteem has reverse relationship with self-monitoring properties since trainers and teachers both is raised self-esteem and is helped self-monitoring themselves.
Keywords: Self-monitoring, Self-esteem, In-door Soccer, Extraversion