International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education
2016, Vol. 1, Issue 1
Impact of Frustration Tolerance on the Method of Balancing Conflicting needs in Athletes and Non-Athletes School going student
The current study considered method of balancing conflicting needs i.e. modification in adolescent athletes and non-athlete’s student studying in secondary school in the light of their aptitude to tolerate frustration. To perform the study, 30 student athletes and 30 student non-athletes were selected as sample. The age ranged between 13 – 17 years. The sample was purposively collected from higher secondary schools effective in the district Rohtak, Haryana. Frustration tolerance of the selected subjects was measured by Frustration Tolerance (FRTO) test constructed and standardized by S.N. Rai (1984) while five dimensional adjustment inventory organized by Singh and Sen Gupta (2007) was used to assess adjustment of selected subjects. 2x2 factorial design was used to analyse the data. Result indicates that students with high frustration tolerance were established to be better adjusted as compared to students with low frustration tolerance. The adjustment of student athletes was found to be significantly superior as compared to student non-athletes.
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Mastram. Impact of Frustration Tolerance on the Method of Balancing Conflicting needs in Athletes and Non-Athletes School going student. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2016; 1(1): 95-97.