The Role of Marx's Theory of Belief Psychological Identification in Improving Sports Efficiency


  • Zhanyong Qi Art college (China Bodybuilding college), Wuhan Sports University, Wuhan, 430079, China
  • Yaowu Liu School of Martial Arts and Arts, Nanjing Sport Institute, Nanjing, 210014, China
  • Chen Chen Moscow state academy of physical education, Moscow, 140032, Russia


Marxian theory; psychological identification; sports efficiency, sports performance


China has entered a new phase of constructing a peaceful communist society, and the role of sports is also evolving. Sports are becoming increasingly integrated into daily life. This study examines the significance of Marx's theory of psychological identification in enhancing sports performance. The articles are sorted using the literature approach and the mathematical statistics method, and an empirical examination of the status of Marxism belief in sports universities is undertaken. This research examines the influence of psychological identity intervention on athletes' Marxist theory beliefs and sports performance using two athletes as volunteers. The results indicate that the two athletes' level of psychological identification with Marxian theory beliefs has increased. The dimensions of observation, non-evaluation, and non-response are enhanced, while the dimensions of description and conscious performance remain relatively unchanged. Athletes' self-evaluations also verify the intervention's effectiveness. It is determined that enhancing the education of Marxist views in sports student groups is a major component of the civic education of college sports students, which is intimately tied to the development of the national socialist cause and the nation's future.




How to Cite

Zhanyong Qi, Yaowu Liu, & Chen Chen. (2023). The Role of Marx’s Theory of Belief Psychological Identification in Improving Sports Efficiency. Revista De Psicología Del Deporte (Journal of Sport Psychology), 32(1), 120–128. Retrieved from