2017, Vol. 2, Issue 2
Comparative study of the personality traits among Individual and dual sports
Author(s): Kulwinder Singh
This study aims to investigate the personality traits of athletes in individual and dual sports. Total 250 intervarsity level male players (mean age 21.80 ± 2.13 years) were taken as subjects in the study. Further they were divided into 2 groups: A (Individual Game) and B (dual Game). T-test was implemented to assess the between-group differences. The level of p≤0.05 was considered significant. Significant between-group differences were found for factors A (t=1.76*), factors B (t=5.47*), factors C (t=3.38*), factors E(t=1.82*), factors F (t=1.95*), factors G (t=4.48*), factors H (t=3.00*), factors I (t=4.49*), factors L (t=5.16*), factors O (t=4.57*), factors Q3 (t=3.37*), factors Q4 (t=3.49*) whereas no significant between-group differences were found for factors M (t=1.63), factors N (t=1.36), factors Q1 (t=1.61) and factors Q2 (t=1.39). Thus it may be concluded that personality traits of athletes in individual and dual sports found to be statistically significant in factors A, factors B, factors C, factors E, factors F, factors G, factors H, factors I, factors L, factors O, factors Q3, factors Q4 whereas no significant between-group differences were found for factors M, factors N, factors Q1 and factors Q2.
Pages: 269-271 | 474 Views 8 Downloads
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Kulwinder Singh. Comparative study of the personality traits among Individual and dual sports. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2017; 2(2): 269-271.