"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2016, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
Comparative study of eating disorders among different age group people of BilaspurAuthor(s):
Kunvar Singh, Dr. Ratnesh SinghAbstract: Purpose:
Purpose of the study was to compare the Eating disorders among different age group people of Bilaspur.
Methods: For the purpose of present study total 150 people selected of different age category. The subjects were divided in three category 50 male age ranges 13-19, 20-35 and 36-50. Age range 13-19 50 male were selected from DAV Bilaspur and CMD College first year students of Bilaspur. Age range 20-35 50 adult selected from Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, Bilaspur and Age range 36-50 male selected from GGV Bilaspur C.G. working at different post).
Statistical Technique:- To know the nature of data and status of subjects in relation to selected variables descriptive statistics mean, Standard Deviation, Standard Error) was used. One way analysis of variance was applied to compare the degree of Eating Attitude level among different age group male. The level of Significance was set at 0.05.rnFindings and conclusions: The mean value of 13-19 age range was found to be12.53, the mean value of 20-35 age range was found to be 14.44 and the mean value of 36-50 age range people was found to be 13.41. Standard deviation of 13-19 age range was found to be .87807, 20-35 age range was found to be .87459 and standard deviation of 36-50 age range people was found to be .80265. The F-value testing the significance of mean difference came out to be 63.053*, which is significant at 0.05 level according to the table value. Hence it may be interpreted that eating disorders in different age group people is significantly different. Pages: 04-06 | 973 Views 41 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Kunvar Singh, Dr. Ratnesh Singh. Comparative study of eating disorders among different age group people of Bilaspur. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(1): 04-06.