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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2018, Vol. 5, Issue 4, Part A

Mood and emotions experienced by the physical education students during the studies


Author(s): Tadeusz Leszek Jasiński and Aleksander Sztejnberg

Abstract: This study aimed at acquaintance of mood and emotions and their source seen in the students during their study. It was assumed that the students’ mood may determine emotions experienced in the various spaces of the university. The study included 126 students of the Physical Education Faculty at the Academy of Physical Education and Sport in Gdańsk (APhES). This group included 62 male and 64 female students aged between 19 years and 30 years. Two questionnaires (scales) were used in this study. The first, the UMACL University Mood Adjective Check List served to evaluate the general emotional state of the examined students during their university studies, while the second ‒ EEL questionnaire enabled to describe emotions experienced by the students and their sources. An analysis of the obtained data showed that the students more frequently experienced positive emotions than the negative ones. They usually showed high tense arousal, medium hedonic tense, and moderate energetic arousal. Such a distribution of the emotions indicates well-being during the university studies.

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How to cite this article:
Tadeusz Leszek Jasiński and Aleksander Sztejnberg. Mood and emotions experienced by the physical education students during the studies. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2018; 5(4): 37-41.
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