2015, Vol. 1, Issue 6, Part C
Studies on Adjustment Pattern of School Going Athletes and Non-AthletesAuthor(s):
Manisha Mondal, Santanu PatarAbstract:
The concept of adjustment originated in biology. In biology the term usually employed in “adaptation” a concept which was a corner stone in darwin’s theory of evaluation. The biological concept of adaptation has been borrowed by the psychologist and renamed as adjustment. In psychology, behavior is interpreted as adjustment to demands or pressures. In psychological analysis these demands are of two kinds; one is primarily social or interpersonal and other is primarily internal. In this study adjustment pattern was measured by “Cowell social adjustment index”, questionnaire and the total number of subjects were athletes – twenty boys and twenty girls, and non- athletes twenty boys and twenty girls. For analyzing the data, statistical method was applied, result showed that the athlete boys and girls were superior in adjustment pattern to the non-athlete boys and girls respectively but not at significant level.Pages: 148-151 | 1317 Views 13 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Manisha Mondal, Santanu Patar. Studies on Adjustment Pattern of School Going Athletes and Non-Athletes. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2015;1(6):148-151.