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Wednesday, April 17 • 9:00am - 10:30am
The Effects of Service Learning on Self-Efficacy and Anxiety in Athletes and Non-Athletes

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Service Learning is a tool used by educators to give their students hands-on experience while offering them a chance to learn more about themselves and process their experience. It’s shown that self-efficacy and anxiety levels have been improved by involvement in service learning projects for the public. The purpose of this study is to look at how the levels of self-efficacy and anxiety are affected in athletes and non-athletes through service learning, acting as a pilot study for this topic. Participants will complete a survey before and after the Daemen College service learning project to measure their self-efficacy and anxiety levels. It is hypothesized that self-efficacy levels will increase in athletes and non-athletes. It is also hypothesized that anxiety levels will increase in athletes and decrease in non-athletes. A Mann-Whitney U test will be used to analyze the data collected from this research project.


Wednesday April 17, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Lumsden Gym
  • Moderator Lynn Matthews

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