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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2016, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Part D

Aggression, emotional intelligence and well-being among judo players: A comparative study


Author(s): Mastram and Jaswant

Abstract: Aggression, emotional intelligence and well being are the important factors that significantly effects the performance of an individual specially sports persons. These variables can affect or enhance the overall performance of a sports person. With the importance of these variables, the present study was conducted to analyze the aggression, emotional intelligence and well being among judo players. A purposive survey method was used for the study. A sample of total 200 judo players (players who won position at Haryana senior state championship and M.D.U., Rohtak, K.U., Kurukshetra and C.D.L.U. Sirsa) was selected. For assessing the variables of the study, the Aggression Scale developed by Km. Roma Pal, Sports Emotional intelligence test by Agashe and Helode and PGI General Well being Measure by was developed by Dr. Santosh K. Verma and Ms. Amita Verma was used. The analysis was done by using independent sample t test. Results shows there was significant difference on aggression between male and females. Thus it can be concluded that male judo players are found more aggressive than their counterpart female judo players and no significant difference on Emotional Intelligence and well being between male and female Judo Players. Further it can be suggested that in future there should be a study which compare players who secured first position with those who secured second and third position.

Pages: 190-193  |  800 Views  37 Downloads

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How to cite this article:
Mastram and Jaswant. Aggression, emotional intelligence and well-being among judo players: A comparative study. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(4): 190-193.
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