"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2015, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part E
A study of aggressive behaviour and adjustment in Individual and team women players in relation to their performanceAuthor(s):
The purpose of the study was to study the psychological parameters (Aggression and Adjustment), which influence the performance of women athlete considerable in positive or negative way. The sample subjects had been delimited to the population confined to the All India Inter University and Zonal Inter University women participants in Individual Sports viz. Judo, Gymnastics, Athletics and Team Sports viz. Hockey Basketball and Cricket. (n = 140 each game randomly selected) The Aggression Questionnaire (AQ) by Dr. G.C. Patti (English and Hindi version) was used for measuring aggressive behaviour. The Adjustment Inventory for College Students (AICS) by Dr. AKP Singh and Dr. R.P. Singh (English and Hindi version) was used to measure Home, Health, Social, Emotional and Educational as well as Total Adjustment. Analysis of variance technique was used to study the effect of various independent variables on aggression and adjustment. Whenever the F-ratio was significant in ANOVA; t-test was applied after F-test. The whole statistical work deals with study of independent and interaction effects as well as mean difference in aggression and adjustment of individual (Judo, Gymnastic and Athletic) and team (Hockey, Cricket and Basketball) women players in relation to their performance i.e. winners and defeaters of said tournaments. The result revealed significant difference in aggressive behaviour and adjustment level in individual and team players as well as between winners and defeaters. Whereas there was no significance found in certain adjustment variables between individual and team women players.Pages: 268-276 | 1032 Views 16 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Ajay Kumar. A study of aggressive behaviour and adjustment in Individual and team women players in relation to their performance. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2015;2(1):268-276.