Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Abstract

Francisco Daniel Martínez-Martínez, Alfonso Valero-Valenzuela

The aim of this study is to do a systematic review of the main characteristics and results of the papers published from 2010 about emotional experiences percieved by Physical Education university students. Under this premise, 17 papers have been chosen from WOS, Scopus, Google Scholar, Dialnet, REDIB, SciELO y DOAJ databases. The results show that positive emotions are perceived with higher intensity than negative or ambiguous ones, in all motor skilled activities, especially in cooperative games. To conclude, it is clear how important it is for Physical Education teachers to recognise the emotional experience built by the games they suggest to their students, within their teaching-learning process.

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