2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
Emotional intelligence and aggression among the female basketball players of Northern India
Author(s): Dhada Navneet and Dr. Das Prasanta Kumar
Mental aspect of training is very important as far as high performance sports are concerned. In order to attain high level performance, mental aspect of performance should be given due importance. In this study an effort has been made to assess two very important psychological dimensions namely emotional intelligence, aggression and their contribution in the basketball player. Optimum performance is achieved when there is harmony between your physical ability and emotional intelligence. The purpose of the study was to compare the level of Emotional Intelligence and Aggression of the North-Zone Basketball female players. To solve the purpose of the study sample was collected from North-Zone Inter Universities of Basketball Championship held at Kanpur University 2014-15. To measure Emotional Intelligence of the students Emotional Intelligence scale constructed by Hyde, Dethe and Dhar (2001) were used. To measure Aggression, the Aggression scale constructed by Dr. Roma Pal and Dr. Tasleem Nqaqvi (1980) was administered. To analyze the differences of the groups Analysis of variance used. Where the F value was found significant LSD post hoc test was used. The result of the study have shown that female Basketball Players of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar have the highest Emotional Intelligence among the Six Universities and the female Players Kurukeshtra University Kurukeshtra, Haryana female have highest Aggression among the Six Universities.
Pages: 372-377 | 217 Views 7 Downloads
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Dhada Navneet and Dr. Das Prasanta Kumar. Emotional intelligence and aggression among the female basketball players of Northern India. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2018; 3(1): 372-377.