2019, Vol. 4, Issue 2
Effect of autogenic training on selected psychological variable of football players
Author(s): Dr. Jackson Sutharsingh
This research was undertaken to analyze the effect of autogenic training on selected psychological variables of football players. It had the purpose of comparing and analyzing the data collected from each variable. For the purpose of the study, thirty players of 18 to 25years old were selected as subjects for the investigation. These students were started Autogenic training in college gymnasium. The pre-test was administrated by researcher during their first day of training and post-test were administrated after eight weeks of training. The selected variables for the study were Stress, Anxiety and Depression. The data were collected from the subject by the standard questionnaire. The test was about the effect of autogenic training for eight weeks. A pre-test and post-test score of the experimental group and controlled group were analyzed by employing the t-test. To find out the significance of difference between pre-test and post-test score of the experimental group and controlled group, the t-ratio was employed.
Pages: 66-67 | 81 Views 2 Downloads
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Dr. Jackson Sutharsingh. Effect of autogenic training on selected psychological variable of football players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(2): 66-67.