2015, Vol. 1, Issue 6, Part A
Comparison of competitive state anxiety among senior boys and senior girls Archery players in IndiaAuthor(s):
Nisha Tomor and Mohammad Muzamil ShahAbstract:
The present study analysed the Competitive state anxiety among senior boys and senior girls Archery players of India who have been constantly playing from the last 5 to 15 years. N=30 competitors (15 Senior boys Archery players and 15senior girls Archery players of India) were chosen as subjects of the study. The age of the subject were 19 to 30 years with the mean age (M= 25.76). For the appraisal of focused state anxiety "Competitive State Anxiety Inventory-2" (CSAI-2) was utilized as standard measure and t-test was used as factual apparatus for investigating information. Result shown that that the level of focused state anxiety among the senior boys and non-senior boys Archery players in India was not noteworthy (P ≥0.05). There was no huge contrast between the level of somatic anxiety, cognitive anxiety and self-confidence among senior boys and non-senior boys Archery Players in India (P ≥0.05). On the complexity there was a noteworthy contrast between the level of somatic anxiety and preparing background of senior boys and non-senior boys archery players in India (p<0.05).Pages: 43-45 | 907 Views 16 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Nisha Tomor, Mohammad Muzamil Shah. Comparison of competitive state anxiety among senior boys and senior girls Archery players in India. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2015;1(6):43-45.