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This study's purpose was to investigate any possible relationship between the goal perspectives (task and ego orientation) and volitional competences (persistence, expedience, and purposefulness) in physical activities settings. Participants were 134 people with a physical disability (103 men and 31 women) with age ranging from 14 to 67 years. All participants participated in physical activities. Participants filled out the Measure Athletes' Volition – Short (MAV-S), and Task and Egodoi:10.2478/pcssr-2020-0004 fatcat:jpgdexiirzf5pob34pp6abserq