2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
Effect of psychoticism on frustration tolerance capacity of male intercollegiate sportsperson
Author(s): Dr. Yogesh Kumar Agrawal
The aim of the present study is to find out the effect of psychoticism on frustration tolerance capacity of intercollegiate sportsperson. To conduct the study 200 male intercollegiate sportsperson (Ave. age 21.11 years) were selected as sample. The selection of male intercollegiate sportsperson was done from colleges coming under the jurisdiction of Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (C.G.). The psychological data on frustration tolerance was collected by Frustration to Reaction Scale prepared by Dixit and Shrivastava (2011) while psychoticism dimension of personality was assessed by Hindi version of Eysenck’s PEN inventory prepared by Menon et al. (1978) . The demarcation of high, average and low psychoticism was done with the help of quartile method. In this way 40 subjects each were selected exhibiting high, average and low level of psychoticism. Results indicate that frustration tolerance capacity was found to be significant higher in sportsperson belonging to low psychotic group as compared to sportsperson placed in average and high psychoticism group. It was concluded that psychoticism is significantly related to frustration tolerance capacity of male sportsperson.
Pages: 572-574 | 205 Views 2 Downloads
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Dr. Yogesh Kumar Agrawal. Effect of psychoticism on frustration tolerance capacity of male intercollegiate sportsperson. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2018; 3(2): 572-574.