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GENDER DIFFERENCES IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' GYMNASTICS SPECIFIC SELF-EFFICACY AND PERFORMANCE
Science of gymnastics journal
The aim of the study was to examine differences between male and female university students and their gymnastics specific self-efficacy and performance in gymnastics. In the study, 201 male and 160 female students and their 7 teachers participated voluntarily. The students attended the second year in the School of Physical Education and Sport Science (SPESS) and were obliged to take the course "Teaching of Gymnastics" for two semesters. Students' self-efficacy was evaluated by suitabledoi:10.52165/sgj.14.3.401-420 fatcat:ytkdt4bvfvb4vijobcygm6dufm