2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Analysis of mental skills among university level cricket players
Author(s): Ahammed Jaseer M, Muhamed Ameen V and Muhammed Jamshad KC
The purpose of the study was to analyse the difference on psychological variables among the university level cricket players. For this purpose sixty (60) University level cricket players were selected from 4 universities in Kerala, fifteen (15) subjects in each Universities. Their age ranged between 18 to 25. Mental skills and their sub-domains of imaginary ability, mental preparation, self-confidence, anxiety and worry management, concentration ability, relaxation ability and motivation are selected as the variables of this study. Bull, Albison and sham book-1996 (Mental Skills Questionnaire) and Personal data sheet were used as a tool for the study. For measuring mental skill, descriptive statistics such as mean, standard deviation, skewness and kurtosis, were used, and the level of significant was fixed 0.05. The collected data were analysed by using analysing variance (ANOVA) test. The finding of the study reviles that, there is a slight statistical difference and there is a significant difference in study on mental skill among university level cricket players of Kerala. Finally concluded that there is significant difference in the score of mental skill among university level cricket players of Kerala, significant difference between Kannur and M.G Universities, and Kannur and Kerala universities in Imagery ability, and There is no significant difference between universities in mental preparation, self-confidence, anxiety, concentration abilities, relaxation abilities and motivation among the university players.
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Ahammed Jaseer M, Muhamed Ameen V and Muhammed Jamshad KC. Analysis of mental skills among university level cricket players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 1926-1930.