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International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education

Impact Factor: RJIF 5.43

ISSN: 2456-0057

International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education

2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Construction of psychological tool on pre-competition anxiety in intercollegiate players
Author(s): T Nambi Sundarajan and Dr. STN Rajeswaran
Abstract:
The philosophy of psychology would benefit from a more precise analytical conception of what constitutes explanation in psychology. This method measures user’s subjective feelings, although users are often reluctant to disclose their inner feelings to researchers in order to avoid embarrassment (Wong, 2006). They cannot be easily used in parallel with the user task, only in very specific cases where mannequins and imaginaries are used for quick and short answers. The sports community now recognizes that mental factors such as confidence, composure, focus, and motivation are highly significant to athletic performance. As a result, over the year’s performance enhancement has become an emerging career track within the field sport psychology. Sport psychology is the study of the psychological factors that affect participation and performance in sports. Sport psychology professionals who focus on performance enhancement aim to increase athletic performance by minimizing the psychological effects of poor performance and instilling the mental skill needed to attain peak performance. In order for the field of sport psychology to advance professionals must educate the sports community on the value and benefits of mental training. To fulfil the purpose of the study, the inter collegiate players from affiliated to madras university were asked to assemble in a hall. The Researcher explained the proposed research work, nature of the study and subjects involved. All the players volunteered to serve as subjects out of which 1000 (N=1000) inter collegiate players were selected at random and their age ranged between 18-25. To assess the change as a result of psychological tool in anxiety. The data collected from the four groups on the selected variable criteria were factor analysis and cluster analysis to find out the significant improvement if any, due to the influence of the selected training means. The concept was also used to find out the percentage of the improvement of each criterion variable due to the influence of independent variables. In somatic anxiety it was observed that the all intercollegiate players are not differ significantly. In somatic anxiety winning team has more self-confidence as compared to third and fourth place, whereas winning team is not differ from team secured second place significantly.
Pages: 2152-2154  |  107 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
T Nambi Sundarajan, Dr. STN Rajeswaran. Construction of psychological tool on pre-competition anxiety in intercollegiate players. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2019;4(1):2152-2154.
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