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dc.contributor.authorValenzuela, Rafael-
dc.contributor.authorCodina, Núria (Codina Mata)-
dc.contributor.authorPestana, José Vicente-
dc.coverage.temporalstart=17-09-2018; end=14-12-2018-
dc.descriptionDades primàries associades a un article pendent de publicació a la revista Plos ONEca
dc.description.abstractRaw data from a study about Gender-differences in music practice, which takes into account contextual goals, psychological needs satisfaction and amotivation. The present study is one of the first to assess gender-differences in amotivation in conservatoire instrument practice, linking these with musicians’ psychological need satisfaction, showing that women musicians may be perceiving the need for autonomy more closely linked with amotivation than their men
dc.rightscc-by (c) Valenzuela, Rafael et al., 2020-
dc.subject.classificationDiferències entre sexes (Psicologia)cat
dc.subject.classificationConservatoris de músicacat
dc.subject.classificationAutonomia (Psicologia)cat
dc.subject.otherSex differences (Psychology)eng
dc.subject.otherConservatories of musiceng
dc.subject.otherAutonomy (Psychology)eng
dc.titleGender-differences in conservatoire music practice maladjustment. Can contextual professional goals and context-derived psychological needs satisfaction account for amotivation variations? [Raw Data]ca
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